Join me in the studio and learn how to use photographs, knowledge and your artistic licence to create a great painting quickly and easily.
Here's what I'll teach you:
The Pros and Cons of studio painting.
Making an area glow with light.
The importance of tonal preparatory sketches.
Limiting values for strong compositions.
Designing with planes of depth.
Using a reduced palette effectively.
Finding the real horizon.
How reflections work.
Creating vibrancy with warm and cool colours.
The versatility of large brushes.
and HEAPS more - all in 60 minutes.
Running Time:60 minutes Level:Beginner to Advanced Includes:Lesson Notes (12 page pdf document)
with lesson transcript, resource photos, photo
of the finished painting, colour wheel and cutout
value scale tool.
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"...I think the video is terrific. I would compare it to an in-depth article in a magazine or the chapter of a book in the way it feels to take in the information and the condensation of material. Obviously, because there's so much in the episode, I'll view it again and again because I'm sure I'll pick up new things each time.
I'd also add that I'm a very experienced painter, and there was actually some new stuff here for me, especially about how to view a scene (not looking into shadows and light, etc.).
The pdf is also very helpful and really adds value to the package as a reference tool. Oh, and by the way, I liked the finished painting a lot. It really captures the feeling and spirit of the place. Anyway, I'll look forward to more.
All the best, Tom" U.S. More Painting Lesson Comments >