This great educational video shows an excerpt from a painting DVD by Tamara Geddes. With nice narration Geddes guides you through the techniques needed to apply a glazing medium to your oil painting. This particular video tutorial shows a portrait in it’s final stages ready for the finishing touches. Artist’s Mediums are renowned for their versatility and their range of applications, so be sure to master as many as you can to bring life and excitement to your oil and acrylic paintings. A lovely little video to learn from for all levels of artist.
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.
Darrell crow continues the series with this episode where he teaches the viewer how to capture the reflections of magnificent mountains in a still lake. He uses large and flat brushes and a variety of techniques which have been touched upon earlier in the series. These include the dry brush technique combined with an almost stippled style. Good fun and I’m sure your end result won’t be too bad either.