Intermediate to Advanced
with Eric Dull
Learn to paint realistic wildlife using drybrush watercolor. Drybrush is known for its’ ability to create fine detail and rich textures. Participants will create an 8x10 drybrush watercolor of a red fox on illustration board.
SATURDAY 10:00 AM-4:00 PM
MAR 4 (1 day)
Registration begins at 9 am on October 25. Register on or before November 8 and receive 10% off your class fee.
Eric DullEric Dull grew up and currently lives in Grafton, Ohio. He is a 1997 graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in Illustration. He has worked as a illustrator, graphic and product designer as well as a production artist for a variety of Cleveland area companies. Working in such varied environments, he has become skilled in a wide range of mediums and techniques, both traditional and digital. In 2007 he began working his own projects with a concentration in his life long love of nature through realistic, detailed paintings and drawings. This has expanded to Broken Road Creative Studios, studio and gallery space in Grafton were he works and conducts classes and workshops.
Ultra Marine Blue
- Optional additional colors:
1" Flat brush
1/2" Flat brush
#6 Round brush
#3 Round brush
#000 or 00 Round synthetic acrylic brush. Recommend is Winsor & Newton University Series
- Miscellaneous watercolor supplies:
2 water containers
- Painting surface will be supplied by the instructor
(List updated 3/12/16)