Discover The “Laurin System” To Creating Hyper-Realistic Watercolor Paintings That Mesmerize Viewers
You’re about to experience a painting system that has been refined over the past 8 decades. Now perfected and streamlined, simply watch and apply the system and you too will start painting highly detailed and accurate watercolor paintings in just a few weeks.
This best-selling video is one of a kind.
The brilliant award-winning artist Laurin McCracken devised a step-by-step system to help artists of all levels create fascinating hyper-realistic watercolor paintings.
Watercolor is NOT easy to manipulate, so if your goal is to have maximum control - this is the video to watch.
No matter your level of experience, this system will give you the proper foundation and principles realism requires.
You’ll discover insights and strategies to improve your photo realism even further,turning your art into a masterpiece that transfixes art lovers.
Only a handful of artists out there know about the techniques in this video. This is an opportunity for you to learn skills that could easily set you apart.
Laurin is well-known to be an amazing and articulate instructor. You’ll love his step-by-step guidance on how to use the tools and techniques to produce a high degree of realism that captivates viewers and collectors.
He’ll demonstrate his award-winning realism techniques by showing you how to paint a still life of silver and crystal with pears on fabric, plus key strategies on how to mix a deep black, and how to apply it successfully.
Adapt them to your style of realism, and you’ll see an almost immediate improvement to your paintings.
This video is NOT just about painting silver and crystal accurately… It's an in-depth tutorial on Laurin McCracken’s brilliant system.
You only have to learn this once. After that, you can apply his system to any painting. Truly a gem to have in your library!
What You’ll Discover Inside:
Meet Your Instructor, Laurin McCracken!
Laurin McCracken combines many of the skills he learned as an architect with his experiences of studying art history, drawing, taking photographs and visiting many of the world’s leading museums to use as a watercolorist.
Born in Meridian, Mississippi, he studied at Auburn University and holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Architecture from Rice University and a Masters in Architecture and Urban Planning from Princeton University. He currently lives and paints in Fort Worth, Texas.
He’s a signature member of more than a dozen watercolor societies including the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Southern Watercolor Society, Watercolor West, and Watercolor USA Honor Society. And he’s an Elected Member of the Allied Artists of America in their Watermedia Category.
His paintings have been included in multiple shows in China: Shanghai Zhujiajiao International Watercolor Biennial Exhibition 2010 & 2012, the Beijing International Art Biennale 2010; 2012 and 2015; the Shenzhen International Watercolor Biennial 2013 and 2015; and the Qingdao International Watercolour Salon, 2014.
His paintings are included in the permanent collections of the National Museum of China; of the Asian Museum of Watercolor Art in Haikou City, Hainan Province, China; and The Watercolor Museum in Fabriano, Italy.
His work has been published in many national and international magazines and books including: Watercolor, Watercolor Artist, Artist’s, Drawing, American Artist, International Artist and Southwest Art. His work has been included in books such as Splash 9-20; Strokes of Genius 2 & 3, Secrets of International Watercolor Masters, Volume #1 published in China, Masters of Realistic Imagery published in Germany and Masters of Watercolor published in St. Petersburg, Russia.
His work is represented by Southside Gallery in Oxford, Mississippi, and Cassidy Bayou Gallery in Sumner, Mississippi.
02- Paper & Brushes
03- Set Up & Photograph Your Still Life
04- Create the Drawing
05- Mask the Painting Surface
06- Prep the Paints
07- Paint the Crystal Bowl
08- The Pears, Part 1
09- The Pears, Part 2
10- Touch Up the Pears & Bowl
11- Paint the Fabric
12- Paint the Silver Teapot, Part 1
13- Paint the Silver Teapot, Part 2
14- Paint the Background, Part 1
15- Paint the Background, Part 2
16- Final Adjustments