Snowy St. Osyth with Tim Fisher

Snowy St. Osyth with Tim Fisher

Learn how to judge the correct perspective for your subject, before exploring how to create a snow scene by adding light and shadows to create impact, in this live webinar with Tim Fisher

Snowy St. Osyth webinar

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Artistic inspiration close to the sea in line and wash with Tim Fisher

Snowy St. Osyth

Tuesday 22 November at 11am (GMT)

Tickets: £15

A prolific sketcher, Tim enjoys teaching a technique that combines a line drawing with watercolour. This is a great way to introduce anyone to painting, as a lot of the structure of the painting is established by the line itself. Often all that is needed is a few washes of colour to create a successful line and wash painting.

In this live webinar, Tim Fisher will advise on judging the correct perspective for a painting subject. He will explore how to create a snow scene by adding light and shadows to create impact to your subject, using a simplified palette of colours.

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Snowy St. Osyth

Snowy St. Osyth in watercolour

Webinar information

  • The webinar will take place on Zoom and will last for approximately 1 hour including a Q&A session (these are approximate timings and may vary slightly).
  • Once you have registered for the webinar, you'll receive an email confirmation containing your link to join the webinar on the day, plus Tim's suggested materials list and reference photograph.
  • During the webinar, you'll have the opportunity to submit your questions and chat with fellow attendees using the Q&A and 'chat' buttons at the bottom of your screen. 
  • The webinar will be recorded and will be made available to all registered attendees the day after the live session, for a one month following the live webinar. 

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About Tim Fisher

Tim Fisher

Tim Fisher is a leading artist, author and popular art tutor. He became a professional artist in 2000, following a successful career doing research for an international US company. Since the launch of his career, Tim has won numerous national art awards. He was shortlisted from 12,000 entrants for the first Daily Mail Not the Turner Prize competition. His pastel painting of hydrangeas was displayed in the Mall Galleries, London and Leicester University.

Whenever possible, Tim collects his own reference material by observation, field sketches and photographs. He loves “the language of line” and much of his artwork features his sensitive ink drawings. Tim is also a successful author with three books in publication and is currently working on book number four. He is also one of the Editorial Consultants for Leisure Painter, and demonstrates annually at the Patchings Festival for The Artist and Leisure Painter magazines. See more from Tim over at his website.

Enjoy a comprehensive guide to mastering perspective in your drawing with Tim's simple and straightforward book, Drawing Perspective.

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