Exploring Watercolor Washes – A Mini Watercolor Workshop

May 4, 2019

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Learn the importance of watercolor washes and water control | taught by Carrie Luc (Watercolor Misfit)

NOT YOUR AVERAGE WORKSHOP…

I’m proud to announce! This is the second course in a series of mini workshops – I will be releasing over the next couple of months. These workshops target key skills that you have to know in order to succeed at watercolor. I feel so strongly about these skills – that I’ve created an entire workshop dedicated to just one topic – in this workshop we will be discussing water to watercolor washes and how paint make-up (such as transparent and opaque paint colors) can affect your wash. This is a skill that I had to learn the hard way and developed over years of trial and error. But now I get to share all my knowledge with you – in a short and fun video workshop – breaking down this topic and making it as easy as possible to understand. This workshop is basically the training wheels to starting watercolor and if you’ve struggled with paint mixtures – this workshop is for you!

THIS WORKSHOP IS DESIGNED TO ALLOW YOU TO GO AT YOUR OWN PACE

THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES…

SNAPSHOTS FROM INSIDE THE WORKSHOP

NO DRAWING SKILLS NEEDED…

Once again I’ve included templates and charts to help those who find drawing challenging!

“BUT WHAT IF I’M NOT A BEGINNER…?”

No worries, just think of this course as a review course for the basics. Remember you can always learn something new as long as you have an open mind about it. 


FOLLOW ALONG WITH MY WORKSHEETS…

I’ve also included a packet of worksheets & Informational charts to help you follow along with me during the workshop. I created these to make learning as easy and simple as possible all while having fun!

I DON’T HAVE ALL THE SUPPLIES…

HOW DO I KNOW MY PAINTS ARE TRANSPARENT OR OPAQUE…

DURING THE COURSE – WE WILL BE EXPLORING HOW OPAQUE PAINTS & TRANSPARENT PAINTS CAN HELP US OR HINDER US WHEN PAINTING WATERCOLOR WASHES.

Click here to take the class

THE SUPPLIES I WILL BE USING…

Click here to take the class @ 50% Off (Prelaunch week only)

43 responses to “Exploring Watercolor Washes – A Mini Watercolor Workshop”

  1. Sheila Bergner-Landry says:

    Hi, Carrie! This looks to be an excellent tutorial! I am really interested in this. Can you let us know the cost please so I can plan? Thank you so much!

    • Misfit says:

      Hi Shelia! The course full price will be $27. However, for the launch, we will be running a special discount of 50% off :) Hope that helps! Can’t wait for you to take the course!

      • Sheila A Bergner-Landry says:

        You are so wonderfully generous! Yes! I just can’t wait! I have just purchased the ‘pure pigment’ set of the Mission Gold watercolors by Mijello. I have the other set(s) and some extra colors. But I am hoping to learn to mix and glaze using the single pigment colors and improve my theory a bit. This class will be another great step for me. PURR-fect timing, Carrie! I can’t wait and will be one of the first in line to join! <3 Thank you!

    • Chelsea says:

      Course looks great! How do I sign up? I can’t find a link to sign up…

  2. Beth says:

    Sounds wonderful! Other than a few brands of pan watercolors, ranging from super cheap (but loved) to decent, i have Qor “gel’ tube watercolors. Will they work? If not I can hightail it to an artist supply store, though was hoping to use Qor or possibly the others.

    And are your templates for watercolor paper? If so, my printer balks at anything over 80 lb. cardstock, and sometimes refuses that, so any suggestions?

  3. Wencke Turner says:

    Hi, I would love to sign up for this course during the pre-launch. Where can I do so? Wencke (Vickie) Turner, Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada

  4. Alejandra says:

    Hi! where and when can I pay?
    Saludos from Mexico!

  5. Rosy says:

    Hello Carrie. This couse sounds interesting. How can I sign up? I’ve gone to the course page and this workshop doesn’t show up as an option. Am I missing something from my end? Thank you.

    Rosy

  6. Daisy says:

    Hi, Carrie, I would ? to join this class. I’m all in. I can’t wait for the launch ?

  7. Catherine says:

    Will the 50% discount be here or sent in email?

    I am also super excited, this is literally been the thing I have been working hard to understand lately!

  8. Joy says:

    Hi Carrie. I want to take this class and am happy there’s a discount! How do I purchase? Thank you :)

  9. Gemma Sampson says:

    Hello Carrie, I am pretty time poor in the coming month and unfortunately do not think I will have time to complete this course in the short term. Will this course be available at a later time as a link on your webpage? As it something that i would love to do.

  10. Dar says:

    I want to sign up

  11. Carolyn says:

    Where do I sign up?

  12. Isabel Patchett says:

    Hi Carrie,
    Nice to catch up with you once again. I too am very interested in taking this course, when will you be letting us know when we have to pay you?
    I think your web page looks so lovely Carrie, it is a pleasure to see all the beautiful colours you use. Take care.
    Isabel

  13. Fiona Brown says:

    How do I sign up and pay for this tutorial also I won’t be able to watch it live on Thursday

    • Misfit says:

      Hi Fiona, The purchase link has been added to the blog post above :) You can access the tutorial at a later time whenever is convenient for you as it has been pre-recorded.

  14. Joan Canning says:

    Good morning Carrie! Course sounds great an your wonderful discount, yes I’ll be joining you. Will you be offering a preregistration purchase in case I miss the date. I live in Eastern Canada an assume the times are the same. Also, this will be my first time purchasing, what method of payment do you take.
    Have a wonderful day.

    • Misfit says:

      Hi Joan, The purchase link has been added to the blog post above – we use teachable, so they accept credit cards and Paypal. :)

  15. Devin says:

    I’ve watched a lot of youtube videos, but I keep coming back to your content… it’s the best, seriously. THANK YOU!!

    Very excited for this course!

  16. Helen McMaster says:

    Hi! Where do I sign up?

  17. Beth says:

    Can Winsor & Newton (opaque) be used with Qor (transparent/semi-transparent) for class exercises? Or will the different binders mess that up? I have 24 Qor colors, none opaque, and their opaque colors are not harmonious with the colors I have. But I could buy two opaque Windsor & Newton or Daniel Smith tubes. (Hoping you’ll see this since emailed you after my comment didn’t show up, so trying again since will be heading to the art store today to also get a 1.5” brush.) Thanks! Posted on a forum about the class – it sounds great.

    • Misfit says:

      Yeah – That shouldn’t be a problem. Mixing brands shouldn’t cause an issue :) I have several different brands that I use but winsor tends to be more accessible – so I tend to use it more in courses :D

      • Beth says:

        Thank you, then I’m set! I was concerned since Qor doesn’t use the same type of binder that any of the others do. They’re holding a 1.5” flat wash brush for me at the art supply store!

  18. Jo says:

    Where do I register for this course?

  19. Hanre says:

    Hi tried to enroll in the class it says pay 32 not 27 and is the 50% offer gone? is there another link

    • Misfit says:

      Yes – the 50% off was only available during the launch week of the course. Make sure to sign up for the newsletter to stay in the know for upcoming launchings and special discounts.

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