The second session of the Summer Roses Workshop will be here on:
Monday August 9th
6PM Uk time (1PM Eastern, 10AM Pacific) Check your timezone here
What we’ll be doing
In this session, we’ll taking our subject from last week and translating it into colour.
This is where Munsell comes in!
First, I’ll be taking you through how I chose the min colours we’ll using for this session.
Then we’ll be going through the same steps we did in the first session – exactly the same process – but this time in colour.
What you’ll need
Surface: A fresh10 x 8 inch Ampersand gesobord panel, or similar surface.
Brushes: have the selection from the materials list ready. We’ll mostly be using synthetic flats. And yes, you’ll need that nice big synthetic brush for blending!
- titanium white
- flake white (if you have it)
- cadmium yellow lemon
- bright yellow lake
- yellow ochre
- quinacridone rose
- green gold (possibly)
- transparent red oxide
- raw umber
- ivory black
The mixing video will be following soon. Please have the colours mixed and ready before we start.
Medium: Linseed oil and a solvent (turps or gamsol or similar)
Having it up on a screen will probably be best, but you can also print it. It will print out at the correct size (10 x 8 inches) if you select “actual size” or “100%” in the options when you print. Your software may call it something else!