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Janet Rogers-Expressive Watercolor Portraits

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Published on Mar 28, 2011

A clip from Janet's DVD, Expressive Watercolor Potraits

Maybe darken that flesh tone in here just a bit and pull that shape over more and that will help define her chin.
Certain things happen along the way and you want to just let it happen. Let's get a little touch of her hair connecting. I want to think about connections. A little orange in the hair over here. Want ot leave some whites. That might be a little too much splatter so let's lift that out. OK I'm just going to lift that wash out of there and re-state it later. For blonde hair you don't necessarily want to put yellow in so you have to be careful. While I'm here let's try to pull some of the shadow shape in the side of her shoulder in there and also to pick up some of the flesh tone. I'm trying to get as much done in that first wash as I can so we'll pull in the shadow shape here, that's the shadow side of her arm and let it fade to white. That's a little darker value where the shadow side of her dress hits the light side of her arm. I want to get the rest of that ribbon in. I have to keep telling myself, don't pull too much. I want to pull it together. I don't want it to be to distracting. Let your photograph tell you of certain ways to go but then just let things happen, keep watching and let things happen.
So let's let this dry and when we come back we are ready for our second application.

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