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  • Basic Painting Tips: Arnold Lowrey Oil Part 4 of 5

    Painting Lessons

    To continue with the Arnold Lowery five-part painting lessons series, this is part 4. This video is 9:18 Minutes long. Enjoy!

  • Basic Painting Tips: Arnold Lowrey Oil Part 3 of 5

    Some Painting Tips

    Here is part 3 of this video series done by Arnold Lowrey.
    I hope you are enjoying the videos.
    Have a wonderful day everyone.

     

  • Basic Painting Tips: Arnold Lowrey Oil Part 2 of 5

    Basic Oil Painting Tips

    Today we continue with part two of a video series that we posted yesterday titled "basic painting tips". This is an oil painting demonstration by an artist named Arnold Lowrey.

  • Basic Painting Tips: Arnold Lowrey Oil Part 1 of 5

    Oil Demonstration by Arnold Lowrey
    Part 1 or 5

    This is a tutorial video where Arnold is going to walk you through painting and ocean scene. This first video is just over nine minutes long and it seems as if the artist is not only the video recording is session but also has students watching and participating. You will hear them asking questions throughout the video.

    I intend on posting all five videos of this series.

     

  • Painting Tips: A 6 Minute Quickie by Irv Rudley

    A Quick 6 Minute video by Irv Rudley

    Here Mr Rudley goes through painting a face focusing on shapes and shades.  Its more of an exercise than a lesson.  It takes you away from the details and teaches you to pay more attention on the shapes.  It kind of neat to look at if your a beginner.

    Enjoy the video.

  • Modern original painting techniques by Petes Original Art

    The silence of a painting video

    Time for another video.  This time is a quiet video (basically no sound through most of the video) where the artist paints a simple abstract of a building.  Also just to let you know the video is highly edited so you do not have to sit through every stroke this guy does. Give it a view and then posts any comments you might have below.

     

  • Speed Painting : Heavy Heart (watercolor) by Lena Danya

    Speed Painting

    Here's another great video I found on YouTube.

    This one is called speed painting:Heavy Heart.  The artist name is Lena Danya. This girl has some mad watercolor painting talents. She is absolutely amazing. This particular video is a speed painting of her doing a portrait of a girls face. It's so nice to see how she can get such detail with watercolors, and the blending of the colors around the face produces a rainbow like canvas.

    I watch her paint in awe and ask myself "man why can I paint like this"?

     

  • Basic Painting Tips: Collaging with Poured Acrylic Skins

    Liquid Fabric

    Wow now this is really neat.  I personally have never seen this before.  This artist is basically pouring different Liquitex Acrylic Mediums and Golden Fluid Acrylic paints together and making a “skin” or “fabric Like” material.

    I don’t want to give to much away so take a look at this video.  Also note that this video is the final process of what she does with the product, so I will find the first part and post it ASAP.

    Enjoy!

     

  • Basic Painting Tips: Abstract Art painting by Peter Dranitsin

    Learn Abstract Art

    I came across this painting video and thought I would share it with everyone here as he has some great tips and tricks.  Here is what the Mr. Peter Dranitsin said himself:

    Acrylic paintings and techniques have the advantage over other media in that they are long-lasting, yet less costly than oil paintings. Oil and pastels for paintings have drawbacks, pastels being more ephemeral and possibly giving rise to breathing issues due to their chalk residue, and oils for the length of time needed to dry being quite lengthy, perhaps up to months' worth of drying time, as well as the turpentine fumes being bothersome to many. Acrylic paintings are synthetic paint made from pigments blended with synthetic materials. They are water-soluble and can be used on a large range of surfaces; they can be mixed as can oil paints and they clean up easily. In an indoor studio, their smell is less overwhelming than is an oil-based paint.

    While many artists choose oils because of their opacity, the translucent quality of arcrylic paintings and techniques lend themselves to underpainting, that is, applying a monotone of sorts as a primer. Some artists prefer umber with a touch of black, or even umber mixed with ultramarine blue, after which primary mixing all are mixed with white. Generally, the underpainting is applied in glazes or very thin brushstrokes; when the artist feels comfortable with the underpainting, then the 'fun part' begins, the detailing of the final look of the painting. Why do underpainting? Because the depth and luminosity of color is increased, bringing an inner glow to the finished product. Any self-respecting artist will want the optimal outcome for his hard work.

     

    I hope you can actually get some value out of this as I always like to see other techniques.  Let me know what you think.

  • Basic Painting Tips: art lesson and tutorial by Peter Dranitsin "Count On You"

    Can you do Abstract Art?

    In this abstract art lesson called "Count on You", Peter creates a  mermaid that is pointing to a mysterious map. Observe him as he demonstrates and explains each step of the way in this fantasy painting creation process.

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