Watercolour Zoom ​Online Workshop​s and Tutorials with artist David Harvey
every Tuesday

How it works : click the  Zoom link or the image  to buy a Ticket for the zoom meeting,
to Join me LIVE online every Tuesday for a 2 hour Watercolour Workshop.

10:30am -11:00am (GMT) : Welcome chat & Technique based on our subject Painting
11:00-12:30pm: Main Lesson -

The cost of the 120 minute lesson is just £5 (plus £1.60p fee covering the online ticketing ).
I've added a  list of recommended materials below,
I'll send you the subject reference pictures asap prior to start

Post-lesson: free every Friday  inspiration session relaxed feedback to coffee chat. ✅
you'll recieve a link for the Friday morning 10.30am - 11.30am (GMT) session

and the Video link of the latest Tuesday Zoom Watercolour session 
I look forward to painting with you! 

shortcut to Box Office Link click here

Further Zoom Details
* Latest Zoom Demo Video *

Current Online Art workshop projects

If you'd like to join in, here are some items I'll be using - don't worry if you don't have these, it's just a guide for your reference:

Paper & Brushes

Paper -
Personally I don't have a favourite brand, but I do use mostly a "Not" finished paper and buy the heaviest weight I can afford at the time. names / brands that come to mind are Seawhites/Jacksons/Bockingford/Saunders Waterford/Lanfgton just so many - steer clear of £1 land watercolour pads that are like blotting papr.
I tend to stretch my paper to a board, it's really easy watch my video here.
Brushes -
I surpisingly use few brushes - favourites / most used revolve around Terry Harrison brushes available online -
Medium/Large Mop Brush - perfect for big areas such as sky and foregrond. Squirell hair is best as it holds the most water.Rigger Brush - a longer thin brush, perfect for branches, railings and long thin lines - the most important brush of all used to tighten and finalise our painting - invaluable.

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Paint - a good starting out set and my favourite are the St Petersburg lasts for years simply top up from tubes as you need to.
but a good pallette should contin
Cobalt Blue
Ultramarine Blue
Yellow Ochre
Burnt Sienna
Raw Sienna
Raw Umber
Sap Green
Alazarin Crimson
Any Red you fancy.
Chinese WhiteOther Equipment -Water Pot - I usually use two used large yogurt tubs.Atomiser - a fine mist water sprayRoll of Tissue - helps to dry a brush if needed, mop up dripsHairdryer - to speed up the drying processPencil - for preliminary sketchMasking Fluid -Palette - with several large wells to ensure enough space for mixing

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Full zoom ticket workshop listing.