Painting An Oil Portrait

Beginner, Intermediate, Oils, Painting | 01 Sep, 2012

This is a step by step oil painting demonstration by Sheldon Art’s Academy. If you are a beginner to intermediate artist then this video will be a great tool to learn from. As well as learning oil paints in portraiture you can also benefit from learning the correct techniques for using coloring crayons within the painting. Sheldon Art’s Academy are a well established company in the world of arts and their videos act as a great resource to learn from and improve your artistic capabilties. Be sure to venture through their establish range of tutorials including, watercolors, pencils, oils,inks and many many more. Have fun and learn something today.

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    1. You are so patient with your art, do you always work like that, or only in tutorials? I have a problem with pacing myself, I keep working so fast to the point where I can’t go on anymore. I wish I had patience with my art.

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    2. Yes, slow and steady! I can work fast, but generally when and I work I am going at this pace. Its about keeping focused and relaxed, this is what i enjoy doing! Take your time and think before you put the pen down.Thanks for the question.

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    3. Hi, Sheldon. I like the way you tackle your paintings, it’s very relaxing to watch and I’d like to paint like you some day. But, I’d really like to see you start and finish a painting all in one video. If you could do that it would help a lot, and it would be very cool as well. Ruben

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    4. Thank you, sir, for your wonderful techniques. They were truly helpful. But I must confess that it is your beautiful personality and your breathtaking love of painting that truly took my breath away. This is how I want to speak when I am painting; this is how I want to play around with my paint and brushes; this is how I want to feel. This is my first time, I believe, watching one of your videos, but I already feel like I have changed as a painter. Thank you, sir, for your inspiration. – Hanan

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    5. He won’t answer. I did ask some time ago too. And I agree that the right thing to do is work from the whole to the detail..it’s how Titian, Velasquez , Cezanne etc did it. Of course everyone can do whatever they want but in the end the work lacks unity.

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    6. Hay sheldon my youn bother thing am crazy be couse the way i talk to my safe when m paint but i don’t pay him any mind at all. but your painting skill has improve a hole lot from the last time i watch your video. wow keep it up.this shadrack from the bahamas say seeyou soon.

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