Using the Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Set, professional artist and illustrator Judith Selcuk will be demonstrating what makes Derwent Inktense so special.
Judith will be creating vibrant sea life designs on both fabric and paper surfaces to show how the unique Inktense formulation is different from traditional watercolour media.
This workshop is suitable for adults and teenagers.
What you will need for the workshop:
- Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Set
- Derwent Inktense Paper, Derwent A4 Watercolour Paper, or any high weight paper (we recommend at least 300gsm)
- Any light colour cotton fabric (Judith will be using a tote bag)
- Any graphite pencil
- Cup of water
- Kitchen towels
OPTIONAL additional equipment/materials required:
- Derwent Push-Button Waterbrushes
- Derwent Inktense Pencil 12 Set
- Derwent Inktense Blocks 12 Set (these products will be featured in part of the workshop but are not essential)
Level: Beginner - suitable for adults and teenagers with no prior art experience.
Preparation before the workshop:
- To enjoy the full benefits of this workshop it is recommended you use Derwent Inktense specifically, as no other product on the market will allow you to achieve the same techniques.
- A sea horse reference image will be provided ahead of the workshop so you can print out and have to the side during the workshop.
- You will receive a link to download the reference image in your Reminder Emails in advance of the workshop. If you do not receive this by 2pm, Monday 15 February, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please ensure that your light weight cotton fabric is not creased as this will affect the quality of your design.
- You may also wish to know ahead of the workshop that Derwent Inktense is permanent once dry.
- Ensure you purchase any relevant products and materials in advance of the event.
- Ensure you have all your equipment, materials and assets ready to go as there is no preparation time in the workshop.
What you will learn and make in the workshop:
- How to use Derwent Inktense on paper and fabric.
- The difference between Derwent Inktense and traditional watercolour media.
- Other features and benefits of Derwent Inktense.
- You will finish the workshop having drawn sea life designs on paper and fabric. If you do not finish, you should have the skills to continue with the project following the session.
Joining a virtual experience: Our Virtual Experiences will take place via Zoom. We’d recommend using a laptop or desktop if possible to make it easier for you to take part. Before your Virtual Experience we’ll send you full details on how to join, but if you have any questions please contact email@example.com
Please note this workshop might be recorded for training and monitoring purposes. Please see T&Cs for more information.