Oil & Acrylic
Waterscapes: Learn to paint beautiful water scenes step by step (How to Draw & Paint)
Master the art of painting beautiful waterscapes in oil & acrylic.
As part of Walter Foster's core How to Draw & Paint series, Oil & Acrylic: Waterscapes offers a unique perspective on something never before covered in other Walter Foster landscape or seascape titles.
Beginning with an introduction to the necessary tools and materials, this book also covers basic color theory and painting techniques, such as creating washes, scumbling, and painting wet-into-wet, among others.
Following the comprehensive step-by-step instructions, artists learn to paint a variety of beautiful waterscapes, including a breathtaking waterfall, a serene pond, a stunning lake, a rushing river, and more--from start to finish.
Along the way, professional tips and tricks from an expert artist help beginning-to-intermediate artists learn how to paint reflections, suggest mood and time of day, and render a variety of natural textures, such as stone, bark, foliage, and more. Oil & Acrylic: Waterscapes is the perfect book for any aspiring oil or acrylic landscape artist.
Walter Foster Publishing, 9781633220140, 40pp.
Publication Date: December 15, 2015
About the Author
Joan Darflinger is a nationally known Master artist, art teacher, author, and national art TV personality. After more than 30 years of teaching thousands of students at the Joan Darflinger School of Fine Art in St. Charles, Illinois, Joan is now enjoying the next chapter in her life as she focuses on painting for pleasure, part-time teaching, and conducting painting retreats. Joan offers art classes at the Quinlan Visual Art Center in Gainesville, Georgia, as well as traveling workshops all over the country. She also conducts World Wide Artists' Adventures, which are en plein air painting retreats all over the world for fellow artists and non-artists. Joan has conducted these painting retreats in Monet's Garden, Giverny, France, as well as many beautiful locations throughout the United States, Italy, the British West Indies, Switzerland, and Germany.