An Introduction to Alcohol Markers featuring Jimmy Leslie and the new Promarker sets!
September 24, 2020
Join Winsor & Newton Resident Artist Jimmy Leslie for an introduction to the wonderful world of alcohol markers! In this fun demo, Jimmy will delve into essential alcohol marker techniques using the newly launched Winsor & Newton Promarker sets. All in the context of marker art, Jimmy will discuss colour choices, the importance of temperature and value, layering, and working from light to dark. He will also introduce attendees to the magic of using greys to both modulate overall colour and the beauty of underlay sketches. This will be a wonderful demonstration for anyone looking to try alcohol markers for the first time, refine their knowledge, or experience Jimmy’s inspiring teaching style themselves!
Jimmy primarily uses the Promarker colours found in the newest Architectural Tones set of 24 Promarkers, but will take the time to introduce all the new promarker sets to show participants ways of building your own library of alcohol markers!
- Architectural Tones
- Tattoo Tones
- Green Tones
- Yellow Tones
- Red Tones
- Earth Tones
- Manga Romance
- Promarker Marker Paper 9X12” pad
- Winsor & Newton Fineliners in Black (Sizes: 00.5, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.8, and 1.0) and Sepia (Size: 0.1)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Jimmy Leslie is a painter, former college art professor and currently Resident Artist for the fine art brands Winsor & Newton and Liquitex. Jimmy directs their education program, The Fine Art Collective, and works with the W&N team on new product development. Of his personal work Jimmy says, “I am constantly trying to achieve simplicity in my paintings which continues to be a lifelong challenge”. When teaching, Jimmy enjoys sharing the processes surrounding this challenge and seeks ways to convey information to students in a clear and concise manner which helps them overcome stumbling blocks.