|Sergio 6/08/15 Short 03 , 9"x12", Ink on Paper.|
I just bought some new watercolor brushes and was really desperate to try them out. So I was using Burnt Umber and Cobalt Blue watercolor for these. I like these two colors because they create a nice range of warms and cool tones and they cancel each other out very nicely to create a chromatic gray.
I really like these three short poses. So much so its that I wanted to make a separate post for them on the blog.
Above is the 10 minute pose. It was a pretty straight forward watercolor technique. I did a quick contour line drawing of the figure then added the watercolors starting from light then working to the darks.
The left hand is a little big. But other then that I really like this painting.
|Sergio 6/08/15 Short 01 , 9"x12", Ink on Paper.|
This painting shows a lot of what I like about using the burnt umber and the Cobalt blue. The warm of the figures shoulder and face contrast nicely against the cool of the cobalt blue shadows. The chromatic gray that is created when the mix really makes for interesting shadowed tones.
|Sergio 6/08/15 Short 02 , 9"x12", Ink on Paper.|
The Honolulu Museum of Art Figure Drawing class is every Monday at 7 PM. It is located at 1111 Victoria Street. There is a $10 class fee.