£45.00 GBP

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This course, Fabulous Fish, and the associated videos show Esté MacLeod's trademark Creative Leap method of teaching, where handwriting is used as anchor points. This course is intended for personal development only.

  • I agree not to teach Creative Leap processes demonstrated in my own courses, workshops or demos whether online, in print or in-person.
  • I agree not to share the processes used online or on social media.

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Fabulous Fish

Prepare to be inspired. Fabulous Fish consists of nine projects.

Esté will demonstrate ways to help you to create dynamic fish drawings using her Creative Leap method, these will be turned into interesting artworks in watercolour and acrylic inks.

Suitable for all levels of experience, this course is just the ticket to get your creative juices flowing.

What you'll get:

  • Nine projects each with a specific goal.
  • Over three hours of video instruction.
  • Amazing outcomes using Esté's unique method of teaching.
  • Access to the content for one year from date of signup.

Material List

Please note that specific materials are required to get the most out of this course. Please take a looks at the list below. Esté will her personal favourites in one of the video lessons.

  • Sketchbook (or sheets of paper) suitable for basic drawings with pen and pencil.
  • A watercolour paper sketchbook (or sheets of paper) suitable for water-based mixed media.
  • Black Fineliner
  • Watercolour paints. Esté uses Golden High Croma Colours in all lessons.
  • Disposable paper palette or something else for for mixing paint.
  • Black acrylic ink or paint.
  • Masking fluid + applicator
  • Dip pen.
  • Pointed paintbrush, Size 8 or 10.
  • Flat or angled paintbrush, Size 1/2" to 3/4".
  • Magazine for cutting up. Fashion or interior magazines or even clothing catalogues are ideal.
  • Glue stick.
  • Craft knife and scissors.