Will Kemp: Time Lapse Painting Of Still Life In Acrylics

Another acrylic painting demo by artist Will Kemp with him painting a selected still life composition of ceramics and fruit.

Personally I absolutely love the style in which Kemp paints his objects. He is very fluid and deliberate at the same time and as a result his paintings are often more like a traditional rendering of the subject more than trying to capture the exact qualities of what’s in front of him. Using flat paint brushes and at some points his finger to blend with you can clearly see his acrylic creation coming together. Golden Heavy Body branded paints have been used here for professional pigmentation and color blending. I hope you enjoy the end result as much as I do.

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    1. That was beautiful…..and a great job.I work with pencils…and i get no problem in casting shadow,but when it comes to acrylic,I find my self in a big mess and disappointed,Is there any rules that goes for shadows.I think, particular colour cast a particular shadow,so how would we decide,what will be the shade(colour) of the shadow for a particular colour ?take care. have a great day.

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    2. Hi Kevin,As a rule of thumb a warm light source, eg: orange/yellow light, will cast a cool shadow and a cool light source eg: blue North light, would cast a warm shadow.For the shadow colour if you use burnt umber for the warms then add ultramarine blue to cool it down for the cools.Some classical painters used to work with a warm black and a cool black so they could tweak the shadow colours easily.Hope this helpsWill

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    3. I use golden paints and Winsor & Newton, Liquitex is also a good brand. These are the artist quality paints.I’ve written a post on my site about the pros and cons of artist quality paint that you might find of interest.Will

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    4. Hey KofykatKashyap, I’ve just had a look on the Pebeo website and they do an artist quality range which would be a great choice. if you don’t want the expensive of all artist quality then definitely buy artist quality white and student grade colours. It will make a big difference in your paintings and make it easier to cover over any mistakes!Will

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    5. wow, that was very sweet of you, thanks a lot. 😀 Pebeo is very affordable here so I don’t think it’s be an issue of the money spent. Windsor and Newton on the other hand sells for a really high price (just checked an online site)

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    6. I’m viewing your videos in chronological order starting with the oldest ones, and I am completely amazed seeing you work in each one. You are a master of your craft, you have a great personality suitable for teaching, and you’re very handsome too… :o) Thank you so much for sharing these videos with us!

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