Lessons in Gouache: Shooting Stars

Few experiences in life are more memorable than sitting by a lake and watching the stars twinkle not only in the sky but also in the reflection of the lake. Join Sharon Hofer as she guides you step by step in creating this enchanting nighttime scene. This project is made with Gouache. Gouache is often described as an opaque watercolor. Gouache can easily be wiped back to your white Gesso board. This takes the pressure off of the student because of the easy way mistakes can be fixed. It has an entirely different look than transparent watercolors.

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