An essential reference for the practising artist by Marylin Scott
Watercolour is a wonderful medium, but it does sometimes seem to have a "mind of its own," refusing to do quite what is required. The keys to success are good planning, constant practice and a thorough understanding of your materials, so if you are new to painting, start by trying out some of the techniques and projects in this book as well as experimenting with different colour mixes and types of paper.
Master the art of watercolour painting with this comprehensive and compact take-anywhere guidebook Over 100 step-by-step sequences demonstrate how to paint a wide range of subjects, from landscapes to buildings, people, and still life Learn key techniques of the watercolour artist, from composition, brushwork and blending, to special effects like stippling and adding lustre Includes hints on presenting your finished work in a professional way, building a portfolio, and getting it seen.
192 page paperback.
So useful for reference and learning techniques. I think this will support my development as a novice. LBB (Bristol, United Kingdom) on 20 Jan 2019
I've learned a lot from this book and my paintings is still being better. Ole Hynkemejer Nielsen (Vejen, Denmark) on 26 Aug 2016
I like these books because they are small and easy to carry around with you and give's me great tips. James Menhams (Cumnock, United Kingdom) on 1 Jun 2019