Fruity Persimmon - Step by Step Watercolor Illustration

Learn how to paint a Stylisch Illustration with Watercolor
What you'll learn
  • How to quickly paint a sketch in your own style from nature or from a photo.
  • How to make a composition interesting - what details to pay attention to and what to skip.
  • How to draw with a fineliner 
  • Peculiarities of using granulating watercolor paints
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Course description

In this class, our talented teacher Irina Lupyna, will show you how to create a stylish illustration of persimmion fruits with granulating watercolors - step by step. 

In the process, you'll learn to translate three-dimensionality into illustrations and paint pictures with vibrant characters.

This is a recording of a live course.

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Please prepare the sketch before the class.

- Watercolor paper - 100% cotton, fine-grained or coarse-grained, density 300 g/m².
- Pencil and erasers (regular and kneaded)
- masking tape
- Black fineliner with waterproof ink 0,2 -0,3 thick
- Black fineliner with waterproof ink 1mm thick
- Wooden or plastic board. You can use any plastic/wood/cardboard board you have
- Watercolor brush medium size
-A synthetic brush small with a sharp tip
- paper towels
- Mixing palette (ceramic or plastic)

Watercolor paints in tubes or pans.
- Bloodstone Genuine (Daniel Smith)
- Lunar Black Pbk11 (Daniel Smith)
- Yellow Ochre 
- Cadmium Orange 
- Pyrrol Orange 
- Aqua Green
- Perylene Green
- Siena burnt
- Umbra natural
- Alizarin Crimson
- White Gouache

These colors can be replaced with others. You can choose your own basic palette with other colors. Just check first which colors blend with each other.

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Irina Lupyna
Irina Lupyna
Artist and book author
Irina Lupyna is a freelance artist and book author. Modern big city and authentic old town - these two different counterparts represent her environment, to which the artist is exposed daily and is influenced by it. Contrasts are fundamental to her visual perception. She always experiments with new techniques, styles and painting media such as
markers, ink and watercolor. 
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  • Content :
    5 lessons
  • Duration :
    2h 24m
  • Level :
    All levels
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