Mark W. McGinnis' approach to Watercolor Sketching. The book discusses materials, design, techniques, content, style, and the sketch.From the conclusion:I wish I had discovered watercolor sketching long ago, but I am thankful I have it now. It has added such a wonderful balance to the â€œseriousâ€ work I do in my studio. I receive great pleasure from sketching and it provides quiet relief from a sometimes too busy life.I firmly believe that watercolor sketching can be pursued on any level of experience and professionalism. From the accomplished artist, to the serious student, to the amateur artist, to the novice, all levels can benefit from the experience.It is my hope that this book can encourage people on a course of sketching that they can build on for a lifetime.
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by on October 22, 2016
- FastPencil, Inc., April 2011
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