NEW ONLINE COURSE BY IGOR KHAIKOV

Four Seasons

We will learn the peculiarities of painting in the wet-on-wet technique and create fabulous watercolor landscapes

LIFETIME ACCESS

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NEW ONLINE COURSE BY IGOR KHAIKOV

Four Seasons

We will learn the peculiarities of painting in the wet-on-wet technique and create fabulous watercolor landscapes

LIFETIME ACCESS

Language: Translated into English


The wet-on-wet watercolor technique perfectly suits for painting magical landscapes: endless sky and airy clouds, mysterious fog, or a stormy autumn day.


In this course, you will learn how to use water and manage watercolor, get the techniques and methods of working on a wet surface, see how to control the humidity of paper while painting, and avoid stains and drips.


You will learn how to blur the background, make accents in the foreground, convey beautiful morning light, and paint nature in different seasons.

The author of the course

Igor Khaikov

  • Watercolor artist from the Republic of Belarus, the city of Gomel
  • 25 years of painting experience
  • 14 personal exhibitions
  • Numerous "live" workshops
  • Participant of more than 20 national and international exhibitions
  • His paintings decorate private and corporate collections in Europe, Russia, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Asia, and America
  • His favorite subjects are lyrical and urban landscapes
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Certificate of completion

The certificate could be used as proof of your qualification's upgrade at work (if it is related to arts) and for your private affairs as a recognition of your mastery in watercolor. 

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Premium plan - our curator

Prasad Beaven

  • Prasad is a practicing artist mainly interested in the medium of watercolor and ink. 
  • His childhood spent in the foothills of the Himalayas has made a big impression on his character and interests.
  • A recent graduate of the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.
  • He was exposed to a range of art forms and cultures including Indian Miniature, Persian painting, Geometry, Icon painting, and Chinese Landscape painting.
  • Through this course, Prasad had the opportunity to meet Prince Charles where they discussed their shared interest in watercolor.
  • Prasad also won the Ciclitira Prize, through which his works will be hung in the prestigious Saatchi Gallery.

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Which materials do you need 
for the course?



  • Watercolor paper (preferably cotton)
  • Color mixing palette
  • Paper towel
  • Watercolor brushes 
  • Bristle brush
  • Two containers of water
  • Hairdryer (if available)
  • White gouache
  • Watercolors
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