The Full Moon Goddess
Do you love all things mystical and magical?
For as long as I remember I have been drawn to the moon and it’s magical beauty.
There is so much we can learn and manifest when we work with the power of the full moon.
In this workshop I will share some Full moon practices, rituals and meditations you can do to connect with her energy. You don’t necessarily have to do this project on the full moon, as you will feel all the energy and magic from the first full moon of 2020 while I created it.
In this mini workshop I combine my love for the moon with watercolor, one of my favorite mediums.
I will take you step by step through my process on first connecting with a meditation, then painting our Full Moon Goddess together.
There are a total of seven videos including the intro, plus my Guided Full Moon meditation, & a printable drawing of the project.
All the videos are downloadable and you have immediate and lifetime access.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN THIS CLASS:
- Getting familiar with our watercolors
- Choosing a color palette for our painting
- Color mixing
- Layering with watercolors in a loose and spontaneous way
- Connecting with the Full Moon energy to activate our intuition and creativity
- Combining watercolor with color pencil to create depth and detail
- Keeping your watercolors loose and playful
- Adding Gold ink and white gouache to final layers of watercolor to add contrast & interest
- Using various brush strokes to create different effects
- Painting a Full Moon
- Painting hair and feathers with layers of watercolor
- Achieving intense dark areas with watercolor
- Listening to our intuition when painting & letting go of perfection
WHAT KIND OF SUPPLIES TO I NEED FOR THIS WORKSHOP?
YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO BUYING EVERYTHING ON THE LIST, MANY THINGS MIGHT BE SUBSTITUTED FOR MATERIALS YOU ALREADY HAVE! BELOW IS A LIST OF TOOLS I WILL BE USING, ALONG WITH LINKS. DON’T HESITATE TO ASK IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
- Watercolor paper (I used Arches, 9×12″ Hotpress, 140 ib)
- pencil & eraser
- Watercolors. You can totally use what you have! (I used mostly Daniel Smiths: Lunar black, moonglow, pthalo blue, Rose of ultramarine, Imperial purple, gold, Quinacridone rose; plus pthalo turquoise & cobalt teal of W&N)
- Watercolor paintbrushes: I used a large, medium and fine round for details, plus an aquabrush.
- White gouache or white ink
- Gold ink (I used copper gold calligraphy ink from Dr. PH Martin)
- Aquapasto watercolor medium from W&N (optional)
- Small sheet of watercolor for testing colors and brush techniques (or your journal)
- Palette for mixing, water jar, napkins
- Fine acrylic brush for applying ink (or a dip pen)
- Circle template ruler or compass for drawing the small moons (optional)