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John Baxter: How To Paint A Seascape In Watercolors

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This video features watercolor artist John Baxter painting a scene including an estuary, boats, trees and houses. It is a time lapse video which shows how Baxter takes on difficult yet popular themes within watercolor painting. He goes through a whole spectrum of colors and uses many techniques to achieve this very realistic watercolor painting. Fine brushes, large brushes and a variety of washes all constitute this cracking landscape/seascape. Learn from what he has to offer and have a go yourself.

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  1. John Baxter says:

    Generally shading on water or sky would be done by spraying area lightly with fine mist water, making sure to take off any excess with paper towel and then add the shading or colour as desired, this makes sure there are no hard edges and the blend is softer. hope this helps. If you wet the paper with brush it will drag colour and make the whole painting messy.

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  2. johnbaxter10 says:

    Generally shading on water or sky would be done by spraying area lightly with fine mist water, making sure to take off any excess with paper towel and then add the shading or colour as desired, this makes sure there are no hard edges and the blend is softer. hope this helps. If you wet the paper with brush it will drag colour and make the whole painting messy.

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  3. John Baxter says:

    I am sorry I don’t offer workshops, not quite sure how I would go about this on line, however if you have any questions please feel free to email and I will try to help if I can. You will find e mail address on my web site mentioned on the video.

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  4. johnbaxter10 says:

    I am sorry I don’t offer workshops, not quite sure how I would go about this on line, however if you have any questions please feel free to email and I will try to help if I can. You will find e mail address on my web site mentioned on the video.

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  5. John Baxter says:

    Hello Redsoxfan, My work sells in a gallery for about £250, but I sell on line for quite a bit less as the gallery impose their charges. Thanks for the comment, one other point I can help with is, I tend to finish a painting within an hour at the most, as I find it gives a fresher finish and makes sure you don’t over work, if you plan it well, it is achievable.

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  6. johnbaxter10 says:

    Hello Redsoxfan, My work sells in a gallery for about £250, but I sell on line for quite a bit less as the gallery impose their charges. Thanks for the comment, one other point I can help with is, I tend to finish a painting within an hour at the most, as I find it gives a fresher finish and makes sure you don’t over work, if you plan it well, it is achievable.

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  7. Joraines says:

    Thank you for such a kind reply. I actually frittered away my artistic talents, lo these many years after private lessons and group lessons throughout my teen years and an art minor–(I lacked the confidence to ever declare myself an ‘artist’). Now, at 48, I want to get back into it. I’m starting with an art journal and hoping it leads to finding my artistic merit somewhere.

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