The Watercolour Sourcebook brings together four titles from the popular 'What to Paint' series into a compendium of 60 watercolour painting exercises. Ideal for watercolour artists who struggle to decide upon a subject matter, this title illustrates a wide range of subjects and scenes that are sure to inspire.
This title includes the work of four master watercolourists - Geoff Kersey, Terry Harrison, Peter Woolley and Wendy Tait - compiled into four sections each exploring a particular subject matter. The 60 included projects cover all kinds of subjects including landscapes, flowers, mountains, trees, woodlands and forests. Each project includes basic instruction as well as a suggested colour palettes, and is accompanied by a full page, colour illustration of the final piece. Traceable outlines are also included for each project.
The Watercolour Sourcebook is sure to provide any watercolourist with inspiration and is particularly suited to artists who are unsure which subject matter to paint. It will arm you with everything you need to know about what to paint, colour palettes and useful techniques.
264 page Paperback. 216 x 285mm.