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Brush & Line: The Watercolor & Ink Workshop with Ohn Mar Win

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Brush & Line: The Watercolor & Ink Workshop with Ohn Mar Win

$69

Description

Be bold with your brush, then add focus and detail with pen and ink. Learn Ohn Mar Win’s technique to make everyday items come alive in your sketchbook!

In this workshop, illustrator and sketchbook artist Ohn Mar Win will teach you to make expressive images that really pop. You can use the approach to draw just about anything — but we’ll start with everyday kitchen objects.

You’ll work quickly with wet-on-wet watercolor, then learn to use a dip pen or fine liner to add focus and clarity. It’s a gorgeous technique that will transform your pages! Includes many examples, instruction, live Q&A, chat, and lifetime access to the recorded workshop.

Date & Time

Friday, May 16th from 12 - 1:30pm ET

Topics Included

• Adding focus and dimension to watercolorsM

• Choosing the perfect subject matter

• Bold, loose wet-on-wet watercolor techniques

• Capturing textures, glass and lettering

• Basic ink line skills and techniques

• Knowing when to add more and when to hold back

Sample Artwork

Supplies

• Large mixed-media sketchbook or watercolor paper

• Watercolor set (pans) and brush (e.g. round #10)

• Dip pen with India ink (black or brown) or Fineliner technical pen

About the Instructor

Ohn Mar Win

Ware, United Kingdom

Ohn Mar is a professional illustrator based in England. When she arrived in the United Kingdom from Burma as a child, it took her a while to learn to read and write English, but art was a universal language. Her focus on drawing and painting intensified when, as a teenager, she discovered that illustrating could become a career. Her plan: become great with paints, brushes, pencils, and stacks of paper. It worked—she graduated with a degree in Advertising and Design, created greeting cards, and then pursued a career in editorial illustration. Three years ago, she returned to full-time illustration after taking a break to be with her two small children.