Ever popular artist William Gelvin introduces beginners and intermediates to join him in the video playlist where he creates a stunning landscape from start to finish. His step by step approach and expert knowledge of oils and the required tools allows for a very successful and easy to learn from video tutorial. Everything is covered including some advanced techniques and tips for making your painting as successful as possible. Have fun and enjoy.
In this video, artistic TV giant Bob Ross, shows the viewer how to capture the essence of a cloud. Whilst Ross is an expert in his field, the approach he adopts is easy to follow and his techniques allow the aspiring artist to paint like him in seemingly no time at all. A very worthwhile artist to follow for the novice painter. Check him out now and get panting.
In this episode Bob Ross shows the viewer how to create a simple lake using a large flat horse hair brush. He then goes on to add some dark rocks within his waterfall to add finer detailing to the overall picture. New brush techniques are introduced and good quality narrating allows the viewer to easily understand Ross’ applications.
This tutorial is part of an 8 part series taught by Rod Moore, a professional oils instructor and artist from Australia who runs Moore art school also in Australia. He teaches beginners the famous wet on wet techniques applied by the likes of Bob Ross and Bill Alexander. He is also the artist for a very popular Australian Artist’s show called Plein Air. In this 8 part series you will learn how to successfully accomplish a beautiful seascape from which you can stand back and be proud. A cracking little series showing you how it’s done by the masters.
Bob Ross uses the paint brush to put basic movement in his seascape. He paints a horizon line as well as a beach line and then simply makes a ‘z’ shape using the brush within the two likes to capture the desired amounts of movement from the waves. A frequently asked question over the years for Ross was ‘Why is my water so flat looking?’, so this episode offers a resolution for this question. See what you think.
Using some blue mixed in with generous amounts of titanium white, Ross teaches the viewer how to paint very convincing waterfalls. In this first installment of the 19 part series you will learn about the use of the ‘fan brush’ and how it is applied to create the waterfall itself, alongside the splashes and foaming created. This is a very worthwhile series to explore if you want to become better and more confident with the brush and heavy loading of paint. As you would expect from Ross, his narrative is very full on and covers all the bases to guide you through to your finished masterpiece. Enjoy.