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A master self taught artist from Nagpur, India, lovingly called as the ‘Trainman’ for his trademark works on Indian railways. His expertise in drawing, cartoon and portraits are equally and sometimes even more skillful than his well known works. His love for art is more so an addiction than an aptitude.
Watercolors
1:40:04
PRIME

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Bijay Biswal, a well renowned watercolor artist who has even been appreciated by the Prime Minister of India for his trademark ‘Indian Railways’ paintings.

He demonstrates his process and techniques in this course while he works on one such masterpiece. Technique of wet on wet technique is effectively explained. Other aspects covered in the course include:

  • Drawing a scene from the first few lines and in perspective.
  • Basic wash and how to show a magic sunlight feel in a painting through color selection.
  • Working on details and how to evolve ideas in the work while you paint.
  • Best practises in watercolor painting and why to use them.

Materials used:

  1. Saunders watercolor paper
  2. Camlin watercolor paint and Winsor and Newton watercolor paint
  3. Palette
  4. Watercolor brushes

Coming Soon: A full length course by the Master, Biswaal on drawing and painting and a course in Acrylic Painting.

Section 1
Lecture 1Composition & Drawing 22:22
Lecture 2Color Preparation & Basic Wash 20:02
Lecture 3Adding Tones & Details 26:17
Lecture 4Working on the background 09:50
Lecture 5Working on details 21:36

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9140 course views
A master self taught artist from Nagpur, India, lovingly called as the ‘Trainman’ for his trademark works on Indian railways. His expertise in drawing, cartoon and portraits are equally and sometimes even more skillful than his well known works. His love for art is more so an addiction than an aptitude.
Watercolors
1:40:04
PRIME
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