Learn The Art Of Kitsune Ukiyo-e Watercolor Painting
About The Workshop
Hey there, Learners! Ukiyo-e is Japanese woodblock printing that flourished during the Edo period. The term ukiyo-e (浮世絵, /u.ki.yo.e/) translates as “picture[s] of the floating world” – with artwork that often depicted kabuki actors, scenes from folk tales, flora, and fauna. In this workshop, you can learn how to create ukiyo-e style painting with Kitsune (fox) as the main characters.
What will you learn?
- Pencil sketch and inking techniques.
- Watercolor techniques.
Schedule & other dates
ABOUT THE TEACHER(S)
My first encounter with illustration was during childhood, through bedtime story books filled with colorful creatures and marvelous sceneries that felt more real than life itself. This fascination about the make-believe realm continues to inspire me to this day – my illustration often depicts animals in a fantasized form and fictional characters from films and books. An Industrial Engineer graduate who currently work as Brand Manager, I always turn into art – specifically illustration – as a reminder that not everything has to make sense. I aspire to be an open book that add values to others by sharing knowledge and sparking ideas.
What is the price inclusive of?
- 1 set of watercolor paint & brush.
- 1 drawing pen.
- 1 gold gel pen.
- 1 pencil.
- Watercolor paper
- Lunch and Refreshments.
What do you need to bring?