July 27, 2012

Learning Zbukvic

Some time ago here, at Wet Canvas, I read and copy/pasted the interesting info about Zbukvic's book "Mastering Mood and Atmosphere in watercolor" and his painting method.
Here are my attempts to show mood and to control watercolor, based on and inspired by the book.
Long road of learning is still ahead.



15 comments:

  1. Wonderful artworks, I love the colors!

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  2. Zbukvic is one of the greatest watercolorists in the world, he is one of my points of reference. I have learned a lot from him. Your exercise are beautiful Irina. Have a good week end! Ciao!

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  3. ah, but you are the traveler for whom that road was made.

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  4. Those are really beautiful and interesting exercises, Irina! I could use Zbukvic's teachings very much, and I'll try to find the book. Thanks for sharing, and have a great weekend!

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  5. These are beautiful!! You learned a lot from the information, Irina :) He truly is a living master watercolorist.

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  6. Irina your practice and learning pieces are amazing; your art is fantastic!

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  7. Just lovely! Beautiful color.

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  8. Your work is lovely - and atmospheric. Watercolor has a mind of its own but you handle it very well!

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  9. Lovely practice sessions you had, the results are amazing to look at!

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  10. These are beautiful. I love how you put your color scheme on the side of each.

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  11. Your trees are amazing, Irina! I love them.

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  12. Great work, beautiful tonalities, these blues and reds are superb, love the impression of depth and life! Cheers

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  13. I love the colors and your practice sessions are beautiful! I like how you put the colors next to the little sketches :)

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  14. These are really nice--I admire your work. I'll have to look up Zbukvic too.

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  15. I like the colors used in the one with trees above. I must lookup Zbukvic. I love atmospheric watercolors.

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