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Drawing with Ink and Watercolours with Kalliopi Lyviaki

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Online Art Class

What the class covers

This topic will cover the fundamentals of drawing with ink and watercolours and shows you how to progress and combine the two. Drawing with ink can be particularly challenging as it is difficult to correct mistakes, but Kalliopi will show you some great ink work techniques using our pigment liners for stress-free drawing. She will share with you her trademark style of combining pigment liners with metallic markers to accentuate and beautify your work. And finally, Kalliopi will also demonstrate how to effectively use watercolours to create simple yet eye-catchingly impressive artwork.

Over the next 7 weeks, join STAEDTLER and Kalliopi and start your own Design Journey




What you will learn

  • Drawing techniques with black ink: dot shading, line shading, and negative space drawing
  • Using metallic highlights as eye-catchers in your drawings
  • Old school tattoo drawing style and children’s book illustration style
  • Usage and mixing of earthy, natural colours with watercolour paints
  • Different effects with watercolour mediums: a misty effect with watercolour paints, colour gradients with watercolour brush pens, and textures with watercolour pencils



About the artist

Creative genius Kalliopi Lyviaki

HI I’m Kalliopi, an artist and YouTuber from Greece! I’ve been a creative person since high school. I loved creating realistic pencil drawings, especially portraits. It gave me the basic knowledge I needed to explore and experiment with other materials. Nowadays, I mainly use watercolours and inks, as well as creating digital illustrations. Two years ago, I started my YouTube channel where I give watercolour tutorials and share anything else that makes my creative heartbeat just that little bit faster. My art is often inspired by fashion, tattoos, illustrations and also more traditional mediums, such as watercolours. I find that studying classic tattoos is the perfect way to learn how to draw because of their simple designs and clean lines.

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How It Works

- Choose your class
- Sign up using our sign up below
- Each week, we'll send you a reminder email with access to the latest episode


It's as simple as that. We have product bundles available for each section or if you just want to get stuck in, we have the full class bundle available too


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