h2Oh! Botanical Watercolor Classes for Copic Colorers- Chinese Lanterns

"Chinese Lanterns" a watercolor class for intermediate marker colorers. Learning to use Copic skills with watercolor paint. | VanillaArts.com

Underpainting? With Watercolor?

"Chinese Lanterns (physalis)" a watercolor lesson for intermediate Copic colorers. Learning to use your marker skills with watercolor paint. | VanillaArts.com

Yes! Watercolor is beautiful but it has one major drawback.

You can mix the most vibrant watercolor colors imaginable on your palette. Gorgeous, wet, and amazing color! But once they go onto the paper and dry, the color will fade.

It's the nature of the beast. Watercolor looses its potency as it dries.

But there are ways to keep your paintings from washing out and looking pale. It's called underpainting. Join us for a great lesson on preserving vibrancy!

Wednesday, October 26th from 6 to 8:30pm

"Chinese Lanterns (physalis)" a watercolor lesson for intermediate Copic colorers. Learning to use your marker skills with watercolor paint. | VanillaArts.com

Remember When Scrapbooking is in Macomb Township, Michigan. Seats are limited so call to RSVP at 586.598.1810.

Watercolor Lesson: Underpainting & Basecoating

Color Theory Lesson: Wheel determined color palettes

Image: "Chinese Lanterns (physalis)" by Vanilla Arts Co.

No drawing skills required! 

Join us, we laugh while we learn. It's great fun.

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