鲍威尔湖崖水彩画示范

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核心提要:水彩绘画技术鲍威尔湖崖一步一步的水彩画示范了罗兰•李鲍威尔湖我喜欢绘画,但我爱画红色的砂岩峭壁,似乎无处不在在犹他州南部。鲍威尔湖提供大量的岩石漆,以及美妙的倒影。1。每个人都似乎着迷于波纹状的水

水彩绘画技术鲍威尔湖崖
一步一步的水彩画示范了罗兰•李

鲍威尔湖我喜欢绘画,但我爱画红色的砂岩峭壁,似乎无处不在在犹他州南部。鲍威尔湖提供大量的岩石漆,以及美妙的倒影。

1。每个人都似乎着迷于波纹状的水倒影在我的鲍威尔湖绘画。这是一个技术我学会了从主本人,大卫•德拉蒙德。但是在我将展示我是序列方法来画红色的砂岩峭壁。

2。躺在天空后,使用湿到湿水彩技术,我直接移动到下面的岩石。我的目标是创建中等和较轻的价值观和发展一些纹理感以及微妙的色彩变化。我使用一个# 8轮合成刷和把它放在它的一边。这不仅涵盖了一个更广泛的区域,但它允许刷跳过(渐淡)在本文对肌理效果。我使用黄色赭石和二氢喹吖啶珊瑚从丹尼尔·史密斯有限公司。我让颜料自由交往我去。

3。在应用基本underglazes我让他们干完全启动之前我的黑暗阴影。

通知我已经带来了一些岩石颜色入水中反射区。

悬崖上的左边就是阴影,所以我使用深色颜料。随着涂料开始设置,我将电影一些清水表面上添加纹理。

4。现在我搬到悬崖上的权利和开始建立黑暗的阴影。记住,阴影在砂岩通常温暖由于反射光。我在这里使用二氢喹吖啶黄土,带着些许的Cad红光,冷却与二氢喹吖啶洋红。因为纸是干我可以得到不错的硬边。然而,我立即软化一些边缘通过触摸左侧边缘用清水和让它轻轻地混合。

5。在完成画你可以看到我是如何建立结构通过移动来逐步暗漆应用程序。注意,在右边悬崖阴影更蓝和黑暗,而核心阴影回升反射光和更橙色。

6。完成的画。

“深蓝,橙色-鲍威尔湖”
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原文如下:

I enjoy painting Lake Powell, but I love painting the red sandstone cliffs that seem to be everywhere in southern Utah. Lake Powell provides plenty of rocks to paint, as well as wonderful reflections.

1. Everyone seems fascinated by the ripply water reflections in my Lake Powell paintings. This is a technique I learned from the master himself, David Drummond. But in the is sequence I will demonstrate my approach to painting the red sandstone cliffs.


2. After laying in the sky, using the wet into wet watercolor technique, I move directly to the rocks below. My objective is to create the medium and lighter values and develop some sense of texture as well as subtle color variations. I am using a #8 round synthetic brush and lay it on its side. This not only covers a broader area, but it allows the brush to skip (scumble) over the paper for a textural effect. I am using yellow ochre and Quinacridone Coral from Daniel Smith Co. I let the pigments mingle freely as I go.


3. After applying the basic underglazes I let them dry completely before starting my darker shadows.

Notice I have already brought some of the rock color into the water reflection area.

The cliff face on the left is in shadow, so I use darker pigments. As the paint starts to set up, I will flick some clear water on the surface to add texture.




4. Now I move to the cliffs on the right and begin to establish the dark shadows. Remember that the shadows on sandstone are often warm due to reflected light. Here I am using Quinacridone Sienna, with a touch of Cad Red light, and cooling it with Quinacridone Magenta. Since the paper is dry I can get nice hard edges. However, I immediately soften some of the edges on the left side by touching the edge with clear water and letting it blend softly.


5. In the completed painting you can see how I built up texture by moving to progressively darker paint applications. Notice that the cast shadows in the right-hand cliffs are bluer and darker, while the core shadow picks up reflected light and is much more orange.


6. The finished painting.

"Deep Blue and Orange - Lake Powell"
8" x 12" watercolor by Roland Lee


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