David bellamys winter landscapes in watercolour

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David Bellamys Winter Landscapes: in Watercolour by David Bellamy

Watercolour landscape expert and renowned author, David Bellamy, has a particular liking for winter subjects, since the landscape at this time is not overwhelmed with green. Here he shares his expertise in capturing winter scenes, from how to wrap up and do rapid outdoor sketches to capturing mist, late autumn colours, bare tree trunks and various types of snow, through using rogue colours, making the most of low lighting and introducing early spring elements. There are four sections: late autumn, winter, deep mid-winter and early spring, and four beautiful step-by-step projects.
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David Bellamy's Winter Landscapes in Watercolour

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David Bellamy's Winter Landscapes In Watercolour: In Watercolour

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December Watercolor is the most accessible and convenient medium for leisure artists, yet it requires great dexterity and expertise. Trusted and admired British watercolor artist and teacher Bellamy has authored many outstanding how-to books explicating watercolor skills, from his Complete Guide to Watercolor Painting to titles focusing on various types of landscapes and "skies, light and atmosphere. Bellamy discusses how to use photographs and the importance of studio sketches. His step-by-step instructions, illustrated with his own superb work, are exceptionally detailed in their presentation of brush techniques and recommended colors for painting certain landscape elements trees, water and ice, mountains, birds and animals in the differently nuanced atmospheres of late autumn, winter without and with snow ah, the many shades of white , and early spring. Watercolorists will want all of Bellamy's books.

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4 thoughts on “David Bellamys Winter Landscapes: in Watercolour by David Bellamy

  1. We have a lot of mud in Wales, and this winter it has excelled itself, making hiking something of a messy process, so it would be a pleasant change to see some good clean snow for a change.

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