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Develop the right approach, attitude and techniques for painting expressive artwork.

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Brushes should be chosen carefully if you want to paint loose. The goal with this lesson is for you to select the right brush for the job. By doing so you will eliminate some of the errors many artist ...

Believe it or not, choosing the right size paper/canvas can help you paint loose. Everyone has their own sweet spot for the perfect size canvas so it’s important to know this information before you ...

You palette needs to be large enough for your largest brushes to mix. If the palette is too small it will be difficult to mix a large volume of paint.If you don’t have a large enough palette you can ...

How you approach your art has a great deal with painting loose. Much of this was instilled in us as kids. If you remember coloring in a coloring book as a child we were told to stay in the lines. It w ...

Non-objective art is completely abstract. It lacks an object, or something literal. It’s a style of its own.Abstract-representational is a style where you are simplifying your subjects in various wa ...

In this lesson we will take a close look at abstract versus realism. The subject is simple but it does have a lot of details.It would be easy to get absorbed with all the features and many artists do. ...

In this lesson we will begin our journey to creating the first loose painting.Keep this in mind!The goal is to start simple by using only pencil and paper.Approach your subject with the idea in mind o ...

The goal with this painting is to put to use some of what we have learned to this point. TA great way to do this is creating a quick, loose painting using a simple subject; Tabasco sauce. In the demo ...

In this version I will create a similar painting but this time without a drawing. In addition to that I will employ two layers.The approach is still the same. Thought is put into how I will execute th ...

In this lesson I will cover how to get started with a complex scene. In most cases it comes down eliminating details and zeroing in on a focal point and/or story.The struggle is always learning to avo ...

In this demo I will use watercolor but it can be done with any medium.A value study is an incredible tool for connecting shapes, reducing clutter and planning how you will approach color.Here are a fe ...

Materials Used In This DemoSquirrel mop #8, #5Large pointed round #12Needle brush, or liner22 x 15 inches 140 lb. cold press paperGator board for firm backingLeakproof paletteSpongePaper towelsTwo res ...

I will use a #2 pencil to add the design.Keep in mind I'm employing many of the ideas and techniques covered in previous lessons.So, a nice relaxed grip, working quickly and avoiding unnecessary ...

Here are some key points from the tutorial;Starting with the largest brush I will begin the add the first wash.With watercolor you need to plan where, if any, you want to reserve white space. This is ...

Here are a few points from the demo;As the painting progresses shapes will get smaller.However be sure to choose the largest brush possible that will get the job done with less strokes.Be sure to put ...

You know the drill! The painting is progressing which means brushes will get smaller but I will stick to the plan. Work quick and stay in control.

The painting will be completed with as few strokes as possible.At this stage it's easy to become engrossed into the imperfections.Your brain will try to convince you to correct every single detai ...

In this demo I will use acrylic but it can be done with any medium.A value study is an incredible tool for connecting shapes, reducing clutter and planning how you will approach color.Here are a few g ...

Here are a few points from the video;All material were selected based on the size of the final painting.Brushes chosen are suitable for a 22 x 15 surface area.Palette size is large enough to accommoda ...

It's time to block-in the main shapes. Below are a few points from the lesson;I tend to not color match and focus more on value and tone.It's always wise to reduce palette to six or seven hu ...

Here are a few points from the video;At this stage I've allowed the block-in to completely dry.I avoid color matching the photo and focus more on getting values and tones correct.Work quickly and ...
 

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