Daniel Marshall Watercolor Webinar
1HR 28MIN RUNTIME
Daniel is an award winning watercolor painter and tattoo artist with an international clientele. He has been tattooing nearly 20 years, working at prestigious shops such as Shahn Anderson's Electric Dragonland, Paul Booth's Last Rites and forming his own shop with Liorcifer and Tim Kern, Tribulation Tattoo. He is currently working out of Live Once Ink in Orange, Ca.
Daniel has become completely obsessed and very proficient as a watercolor artist, finding a second calling as such, after tattooing. Studying with world renowned master Joseph Zbukvic, he has been able to develop rapidly following Zbukvic's techniques and is now growing into his own way of representing the world. He often focuses on the quieter aspects of life and enjoys the calm in a world that gets louder by the day. He has shown works in a number of juried exhibitions with the American Watercolor Society and the Rhode Island Watercolor Society. Winning the Fujie Wright Memorial Award in the 2014 RIWS regional exhibition.
When not tattooing, Daniel can be found on site, painting en plain air, all over the world. His favorite locations are the countryside in France, Wyoming, Osaka Japan and the streets of NYC and his new hometown, Huntington Beach.
But none of that matters at all. The only thing that matters is how much Dan loves to paint and he hopes to send you home with the same obsession.
-1/4 sheet or 1/2 sheet size high quality watercolor paper (watercolor block is also acceptable)
Preferably Saunders Waterford 140lb rough. Any rough paper will do ie. Arches etc.
-masonite/drawing board to tape your paper down to. slightly larger than your paper size
-A large mop brush for washes is a must and an assortment of other sizes.
-the tube kind of any high quality brand. Dan uses some from Daniel Smith, Windsor Newton and Holbein
recommended colors: the Cadmiums (red,orange,yellow) the siennas (burnt, raw) raw umber, perm alizarin crimson, cobalt blue, french ultramarine, mineral violet, cobalt turquoise and neutral tint
1" width masking tape, watercolor palette, water container, 7mm mechanical pencil,watercolor easel if you have one, Dan works at around a 45 degree angle.