Ready To Paint: Watercolour Flowers
Publisher Search Press
Format BC Paperback
Dimensions 216mm x 292mm
Page Extent 72
Pub Date February 2008
Pull-out outlines on tracing paper are provided for five beautiful paintings, along with full step-by-step instructions for how to bring the flowers to life with watercolours. A clear guide on how to transfer the outlines on to watercolour paper is included, along with a helpful section on what materials to use. Wendy Tait's book makes painting flowers simple and accessible, and offers guidance on how to develop your new painting skills.
Keen to paint but your drawing skills let you down? This book provides pull-out tracings for five beautiful floral paintings, along with full step-by-step instructions for how to bring them to life with watercolour paint.
A clear guide on how to transfer the tracings to your watercolour paper is included, along with a helpful section on what materials to use. Wendy Tait's new book makes painting flowers simple and accessible, and offers guidance on how you can develop your new painting skills.
- All of the paintings in the book are provided as tracings in the centre pages for you to pull out and use to learn how to paint beautiful pictures with Wendy Tait.
- Go straight into painting: no need to draw!
- Five easy to follow demonstrations
- Step-by-step photographs and clear instructions
- Nine reusable tracings to pull out
About the Author
Wendy Tait was born in Derby and attended the Joseph Wright School of Art. As her four children grew up she began exhibiting both locally in the Midlands and further afield, always supported by her husband Harry. For many years, Wendy gave demonstrations and taught classes to art clubs and societies. Although she no longer teaches, she remains as busy as ever, enjoying writing and illustrating books and painting in several different media. Wendy has won various awards for her work, and has painted a set of stamps for the Government of Jersey depicting the four seasons.
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Arches Watercolour paper is made the traditional way, using a cylinder mould. This method ensures that the fibres are evenly distributed which makes the paper extremely stable, so it will not warp or stretch when water is applied to it.
A frame easel suitable for home or class studios
Jasart Byron is a medium bodied acrylic. The colours are bright, intense and permanent after they have dried.