Alwyn Crawshaw is one of Britain's best loved artists and his many books, TV series and videos have taught millions of people around the world how to paint.
In his latest book, Alwyn includes an introduction to his basic painting kit and then features outdoor painting with ideas such as distant rain against a lowering sky, trees in different seasons and white water tumbling over ragged rocks. The book is divided sensibly by subject areas: skies, trees, water, people in the landscape, boats and foregrounds, and each section contains a wealth of both ideas and instruction.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert, you can't fail to find something here to challenge and thrill you!
Book: Search Press . Hardback . 96 Pages . Colour throughout
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The compact A5 size and spiral-bound nature of Search Press's series of 'Top Tips' books make them the perfect companion for the studio or outdoors, with easy-to-follow stages explaining each step of the way. Alwyn has taught millions of people around the world to paint and in his Top Tips he shares with us just some of the techniques he uses to create his renowned paintings. In his clear and concise way and with over 50 years' experience, Alwyn eliminates the information he feels is unnecessary, concentrating instead on the subjects he knows are important for beginners.-Leisure PainterReseña del editor:
Renowned artist Alwyn Crawshaw's books, videos and television series have taught millions of people around the world how to paint. Joining forces with Search Press for the first time, he shares his expertise in this book packed full of tips for watercolour painters. Learn all you need to know, from the materials you need to mastering techniques such as washes, lifting out, dry brush and lost and found, to how to paint skies, water, trees, people and boats. The tips are clearly explained and illustrated, and many of Alwyn's beautiful paintings are analysed in detail.
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