In the rendering of coloured gemstones for advanced students, you will learn how to paint all different coloured gemstones and cuts.
This course has been designed to challenge students with making their own shades of colour specific for certain types of gemstones and to challenge their painting techniques.
This 45 part video series will explore some of the most popular coloured gemstones you will have to render as a designer. It ranges from the classic sapphire, ruby and emerald to the modern kunzite, garnets, tourmalines and many more.
I have created this series with both easy to follow step by step voiceover and subtitled instructions.
-2H lead pencil (standard pencil or mechanical pencil)
-Eraser/ Kneadable eraser
-Clear/ see through ruler
-Two water pots. (One for cleaning the brushes in and the other to add clean water to paints)
-Tissue/ paper towel
-Plastic or ceramic plate to mix paints on
-Grey scale paper (I use liviano colour card A4 smooth surface 180gsm) You can use any toned watercolour paper. It’s easier to render on grey scale paper and helps make colours pop and diamonds easier to paint. Another brand I use is Canson Mi Teintes Pastel Paper grey tones.
-Brushes- size 0 or 00, size 1 or 2 natural hair round brushes.
WINSOR AND NEWTON WATERCOLOUR PAINT:
-Opera rose watercolour
WINSOR AND NEWTON DESIGNERS GOUACHE:
-Permanent green deep designers gouache
-Cobalt turquoise light
WINSOR AND NEWTON HALF PAN WATERCOLOURS:
-Cad red deep hue
-Cad orange hue
-Cad yellow hue
Schmincke red watercolour (any primary red watercolour)
Koh-I-noor watercolour sets.
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