Gouache paint continues to grow in popularity. Many beginners over recent years have taken up gouache paint as a friendly opaque medium. Also many experienced artists are getting out their gouache paint for a fresh approach to familiar subjects. Gouache paint is popular because it combines the opaque nature of acrylics and oils without the issues of solvents in oil paint and the permanent drying nature of acrylic paint.
But gouache brings its own technical issues. These hurdles can be a problem for beginners to deal with.
In this article I want to look at a powerful process for learning how to use the paint quickly and effectively.
How would you like to create landscapes in acrylics that are vibrant and compelling? The sort of landscape painting that grabs attention the moment you walk into a room? Of course we all want to do that. Sadly acrylic paintings often look flat and chalky. Overworked. Lacking the zing that acrylics should be giving you. Well I have experienced those issues myself. That journey resulted in my course Acrylic Painting for Beginners. But there was more to explore. The result? How to Paint Beautiful Landscape Paintings in Acrylics, the Master Series.
Find out more about it below.
Gouache Painting for Beginners, the course, is now live. After many months of filming and editing I have finally been able to publish this gouache painting course. Now is a perfect time to start learning how to use this fantastic painting medium. Gouache is a versatile, pigment rich medium that incorporates the best of watercolor and opaque mediums like acrylics and oils into one unique painting medium.
Find out more about what is in this course and how you can start today (PS. There are a few bonus options as well).