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ISBN:0715327895
Author: Brian Ryder
ISBN13: 978-0715327890
Title: Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Confidence
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Language: English
Category: Painting
Publisher: David & Charles; Revised edition (October 1, 2007)
Pages: 128

Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Confidence by Brian Ryder



Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Confidences is, bar none, the best book I've read on the topic of painting watercolors, and not just landscapes. After spending over one year dedicated to just the watercolor technique and ignoring my main medium, acrylics, I have gained confidence and skill. But even with lessons, I have felt like I've had to re-invent the wheel.

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Book the secrets behind confident, successful painting of watercolor landscapes -Readers will be able to apply techniques to their own work immediately -Landscapes are the most popular painting subject amongst artists; watercolor the most popular medium Within the pages of this guide, readers will find a unique opportunity to learn from renowned artist Brian Ryder as he demonstrates his approaches and. Techniques for painting great watercolor landscapes with complete confidence.

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There is probably no better painting medium that watercolour for capturing the English landscapes in all its complex moods. For Yorkshire based artists Robert Brindley it's something of a passion. In this DVD he reveals his secrets for creating watercolour paintings that are full of atmosphere and light. There are four full demonstrations on this DVD with subjects including a Yorkshire coastal scene and boats moored in the picturesque harbour of Staithes near Whitby. Robert Brindley is a member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and the author of several books on painting

Artist Brian Ryder demonstrates oil painting can be quick and easy to do in this video DVD by Town House Films. In this DVD he shows you how to produce atmospheric oil landscapes that are both quick and easy to do. This is a DVD for those who want to loosen up their oil painting or who are perhaps new to the medium and want to give it a go. Brian shows in five full demonstrations how straightforward and rewarding oil painting can be. Town House Films, Run Time 1 hr 55 min. NTSC for North America. Brian exhibited at the Royal institute of Oil Painters annual exhibition and teaches and demonstrates widely. He has also written a number of painting books.

Location painting in Edward Seago's Norfolk, Brian Ryder's passion is creating truly atmospheric oil paintings from subjects than many artists would walk right past. In this film he visits the wetland landscape of the Norfolk Broads near the home of one of England's best loved landscape painters, Edward Seago. Brian shows how he interprets the flat landscapes and big open skies of Seago-land and shows you how to create an exciting landscape painting out of virtually nothing.

About Brian Ryder ROI. Artist details wrap. For Brian painting is about trying to re create atmosphere within the landscape. On Location Brian nowadays uses pen with a watercolour wash on heavy duty cartridge paper, maintaining his love of drawing; "Drawing is essential and everything in Art" Although in the past pure watercolours and oil painting on location were more important. Brian now works mainly in the studio with oils on his preferred Italian canvas covered boards. Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Confidence, David and Charles. Creative and Abstract Painting Techniques, David and Charles. Painting Atmosheric Landscapes, Norfolk and Beyond, Halstar.

In this practical guide, renowned artist and tutor Brian Ryder offers a unique opportunity to learn from his no-nonsense teaching methods, and discover the secrets that lie behind painting confident, successful watercolour landscapes.He introduces materials and equipment, then explains core drawing and watercolour techniques, providing readers with a thorough grounding that can be applied to all subject matter.10 step-by-step projects demonstrate a range of landscape styles and treatments, with tips on everything from choosing paints to adding the final details.A stunning gallery of the author's paintings offers inspiration for beginners and improvers alike.
Reviews: 5
MisterQweene
A very good book for beginning artists. Contains basic techniques.
Thetalas
Has some useful information but is not my painting style. Put it with my reference books because I'm sure there is something I may find helpful in the future.
Kitaxe
Brian Ryder is a super painter...wish he wrote more books!
Whitebinder
Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Confidences is, bar none, the best book I've read on the topic of painting watercolors, and not just landscapes. After spending over one year dedicated to just the watercolor technique and ignoring my main medium, acrylics, I have gained confidence and skill. But even with lessons, I have felt like I've had to re-invent the wheel. Ryder has put a lot of effort into explaining and demonstrating how choose an outdoor location, plan a composition, draw (with an easy to understand description on 2 point perspective), mix colors, and apply paint. He pares down equipment to 4 or 5 round brushes, pointing out, and he's correct here, that with the versatile round brush one can make the most variety of expressive strokes. His preference is for sable, but brushes are your most important tools. Like me, you may prefer a different brush style. Ryder is trying to simplify matters and make the painting experience a successful one. He explains why he uses a limited palette of colors and why that will help improve a painting. Transparency and opacity of pigments are discussed - so important in making a picture lively and bright. An artist doesn't need or use a lot of colors to make a successful painting. Ryder includes how and when to use opaque white. This is very important especially since there is a lot of nonsense and confusion over applying white paint in watercolors. And finally the author briefly enters the area of expressive and abstract painting techniques particularly as they relate to adding texture and interest to a landscape, thus adding to a lively, interesting picture. Only in the section on choosing paint did I feel he hit a sour note. While I agree with a limited palette and think his color choices are good ones, his statement that he removed colors because of their potential to make mud, grated. It's not the color choices and mixing that makes mud, but going back into a WET PAINTING TO MAKE CHANGES that does so - basically fussing around after applying color.

The author's paint along sessions are broken down into complete sections that make sense and are well written. They are colorful and complex looking, but he explains the process of layering paint and adding details in a confidence building manner.

I highly recommend this book. It's worth two months of expensive lessons.
crazy mashine
Looking forward to learning how to paint watercolor landscapes