Dan Marshall - Plein Air Watercolor

Download Individual Videos:
Introduction
Part1 | Part2
Part3 | Part4
Part5 | Part6
Part7 | Part8

Materials

  • Watercolors – artist grade, tube type (buy 5ml to save $ when trying colors)
  • Dan’s Colors used – cad yellow, yellow ochre, raw umber, burnt umber, burnt sienna, cad orange, cad red, perm aliz crimson, mineral violet, French ultramarine, cobalt blue, cobalt turquoise, neutral tint
  • Watercolor Palette – rectangle type- must have at least 3 large mixing areas (not small round type)
  • Watercolor Paper – Saunders Waterford 140lb rough paper or (Arches 140lb cold press)
  • Brushes – large & smaller mops, (natural squirrel or synthetic see Raphael) #10, #14 pointed synthetic round brushes(see Escoda Perla) assortment of other rounds (nothing smaller than #8)
  • Board to tape paper onto (unless using watercolor block, though loose sheets of paper are preferred)
  • A light portable easel that you can adjust to about a 45° angle (if not available you may work sitting down, an adjustable table top easel or your lap may be used)
  • Pencil 7mm mechanical, Small container for rinse water, 1″ masking tape, small spray bottle, small water container
Dan Marshall Watercolor Workshop

Dan Marshall Watercolor Workshop