Learn how to create colorful, whimsical, and loose landscape paintings from photos on my visit to Japan. The landscapes we will be exploring and painting are images taken from the beautiful places and hidden gems in encountered in Kyoto and Tokyo. From climbing Mount Inari, to walking through the Imperial Palace and spotted endless amounts of Koi Fish Ponds, there was an endless amount of inspiration.
In this course you can expect the following:
1. Step by Step tutorials on creating proportionate landscape paintings
2. Tutorial on materials for painting landscapes
3. A printable worksheet on landscape paintings
4. How to mix water based mediums properly to create new exciting colors
This course will be published Saturday April 7, 2018 at 9am. After this date, the course will return to the price of $67. After the course is published, you will have a lifetime access to take the course and practice at your own pace.
Japanese Landscape in Color is a course that helps artists to explore ways of enhancing their create practice from a unique perspective.
I'm Kris Keys, an American fashion illustrator and textile designer now based in London, England. I specialize in fluid mediums of watercolor and ink drawings gaining inspiration from women throughout the world. I credit my style of painting to the places I've lived and traveled along my journey. I was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee where I credit my vibrant yet gritty style of painting. I moved to New York and worked in visual merchandising in 2008. That's also the year that I fell in love with fashion illustration. I took a course at the Fashion Institute of Technology to perfect my style and moved to London in 2011 to pursue womenswear design. I've illustrated for beauty campaigns, in store visuals, stationary, web designs, and prints throughout my career. Since moving to London, I've illustrated with brands such as NARS Cosmetics, Highline Park New York, Spectrum Cosmetics, and WGSN to name a few.