I've now booked us a room at the Aachen Youth Hostel. [link]
To keep the organization from short-circuiting my messy brain, I'd like to ask all participants to do the following:
Send me an eMail with the subject line Watercolour Workshop + [your real name]
In the Email, please state again the following information: Name
nickname on dA
language(s) spoken: English/German?
lunch at youth hostel: y/n
The price, I'm happy to say, has dropped a little, as the room is cheaper than last time. Yay for recession! It's only 35 Euros now, not 40.
I'd like to ask you to pay in advance (since I need to pay for the room in advance, too); if you can't come, please let me now as soon as you can. In that case, you'll get your money back, of course. Still, I ask you to be pretty sure you can come when you book.
Payment is easiest with PayPal if you're outside Germany, or Überweisung if you're in Germany. My PayPal is jenny(at)goldseven.de; you'll get my Überweisungsdaten in my return email if you prefer to pay via bank transfer.
In Aachen, Western Germany. We had some people from the Netherlands, England, even southern France last year, and several from Germany.
people who'd like to learn to colour in watercolours. Mostly lineart based, though painting tips will be elemental. "Repeat offenders" from the last workshop are very welcome (a couple of you had already said you were interested).
35 Euros for the workshop, plus accomodation and travel. The course will be held at the Youth Hostel again, so accomodation nearby is easy. You can contact the youth hostel at [link]
Last time, I think I did the course in English most of the time, since that was what everyone spoke. I'd probably do that again, unless everyone speaks German.
What to bring:
You'll need your own watercolour paper, paint, and brushes, plus a water container and maybe some tissues I'll bring tissues, but it's always better have some more in stock.
It's a good idea to bring a few uncoloured linearts as well, of the sort you'd like to learn to colour. These linearts should be on watercolor paper to get the best results. You can get them on there by having them printed on it at a copy shop, or print them yourself if you have an Epson (or HP) printer with original (!!) ink cartridges. Canon ink isn't waterproof, I'm afraid.
Watercolour Tutorial Part 1: Materials [link]
Watercolour Tutorial Part 2: Painting Basics [link]
Watercolour Tutorial Part 3: Tricks of the Trade [link]
Not a watercolour tutorial [link]
Watercolour steps [link]
Chainmail tutorial [link]
NEW Photoshop tutorial [link]
OLD Photoshop tutorial [link]
My OLD Watercolour/Photoshop technique [link]
Pimp my sketch! (Parchment technique) [link]
COMMISSIONS: Mostly closed.
PRINTS: If you'd like something that's not in my Prints section here at dA, drop me an email!