Kyle Buckland Plein Air Oil Painting Demonstration demo Beginner Art Lesson #3

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#101 How To Paint Realistic Trees in 3 Easy Steps | Oil Painting Tutorial

In this oil painting tutorial I'll show you how to paint realistic trees using three easy steps. You'll learn what brushes to use to paint trees, and how to mix realistic oil colours for trees in a landscape scene. I'm a professional landscape artist with over 20 years of experience in oil painting. My YouTube Channel is dedicated to helping people learn how to paint in oils. I really believe that everyone can learn how to paint! Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MJSpaintings Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mikejds1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjspaintings/ Category: How-to & Style Licence: Standard YouTube Licence YOU CAN SEE MY WORK AT: Jones & Terwilliger Galleries Palm Desert CA USA Jones & Terwilliger Galleries Carmel CA USA York Fine Arts, York UK Daryl Davies Fine Art UK ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Facebook: www.facebook.com/MJSpaintings Twitter:@ArtofMJS instagram:mjspaintings ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MY BRUSHES Professional Set: http://www.rosemaryandco.com/michael-james-smith-professional-set?filter_name=michael%20james Top Up Set: http://www.rosemaryandco.com/gift-sets/michael-james-smith-top-up-set MY PAINTS - http://www.winsornewton.com/uk/discover/resources/colour-charts/griffin-fast-drying-oil-colour THANKS FOR WATCHING!

Kyle Buckland Plein Air Still life Oil Painting Demonstration Beginner Art Lesson #6

http://www.kylebuckland.com http://www.patreon.com/kylebuckland Want to learn the basics of plein air oil painting? The term plein air comes from the french for in the open and describes the concept of taking your paints and easel outside and painting the landscape on location. Join me in my series of free informative beginner level videos, where I will teach you about the essential materials and techniques required to successfully paint the landscape en plein air! Material List: Gloves Oil Paint: Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Light, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre, Ivory Black, Titanium White(200ml tubes) French Easel Paint Thinner: Gamsol or Oderless Mineral Spirits Medium: Galkyd or Linseed Oil Metal Brush Washer Brushes:White Bristle Flat no.6,8,10,12 Filbert no.8, 10,12 Quality Paper Towels Canvas: Stretched Canvas or Canvas Panel Palette Palette Knife

BobBlast 214 "Quick and Simple Figures - Part One."

BB#214 Welcome back to another BobBlast. In this BobBlast I show you some fun exercises I will do as part of a short Landscape Workshop at the upcoming Trade Shows - Artisan Expo and Art of the Carolinas. The links are below. This BobBlast is all about how to quickly suggest the figure in your landscape painting. The addition of figures is a simple way to help heighten interest. It helps to suggest the narrative and may also explain the title of the painting. As you can see in this week’s video, I practice a whole row of sketchy “figures” that may have started out as “carrots” - I practice in black and white. I start off with a small, round dot (the head) then move the brush down to the bottom of the carrot, giving yourself creative freedom to wiggle the brush a little to suggest shoulders or hips. The last stroke anchors the carrot figure to the ground and gives it a shadow. Use a large brush - no skinny handled two-hair brushes - ever! Besides, you’ll poke your eye out with that thing. Practice these carrot figures for several rows. The full sheet (22x30 inches) looks like a crowd of people. Don’t spend a long time on each, or make them perfect - they are sketches at this point. Next - add clothes to these figures! Use color to give them different combinations - top of the carrot may appear as a colorful shirt, the bottom could be pants… you might even have a row of golfers! You can also use Rembrandt-style lighting technique for your carrot exercises - remember with this style of lighting the top of the background is gradated dark at the top, to light at the bottom. The figure is light at the top, at the head and dark towards the bottom, at the feet. The mantra you hear me saying constantly is "Dark against Light... Dark against Light…" These carrot people are ready to make an appearance in your landscapes! Pretty soon you’ll start seeing figures in all your loose abstracts! Add a Figure. It adds life to your work!

Painting Arles with Peter Brown

**OFFICIAL TRAILER** You can buy the FULL DVD & VOD here... DVD - http://www.apvfilms.com/show_product.asp?id=746 VOD - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/pb2 In this film Peter “Pete the Street” Brown takes his oils to southern France. He is happiest painting en plein air, whatever the weather and in Arles he finds plenty of sunshine and some great subjects. In the narrow streets and squares surrounding the Arles amphitheatre, Pete captures the hustle and bustle of street life whilst seizing the stunning light when it is at its best.

Sketchbook Painting Outdoors - My Process

Full Workshops Available! http://bit.ly/2DUFXQp How I paint outside with watercolor and a sketchbook. Plein air setup you can take anywhere. I typically spend 30 minutes per painting. See pinned comment for a complete list of colours on my palette. -- LINKS -- Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/marcobucci My Website: http://www.marcobucci.com Custom sketchbook: https://marcobucciartstore.com/collections/books/products/custom-travel-sketchbook Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bucciblog Music by Audio Jungle (used under license)

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Want to learn the basics of plein air oil painting? The term plein air comes from the french for in the open and describes the concept of taking your paints and easel outside and painting the landscape on location. Join me in my series of free informative beginner level videos, where I will teach you about the essential materials and techniques required to successfully paint the landscape en plein air!

Material List:
Gloves
Oil Paint: Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Light, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre, Ivory Black, Titanium White(200ml tubes)
French Easel
Paint Thinner: Gamsol or Oderless Mineral Spirits
Medium: Galkyd or Linseed Oil
Metal Brush Washer
Brushes:White Bristle Flat no.6,8,10,12 Filbert no.8, 10,12
Quality Paper Towels
Canvas: Stretched Canvas or Canvas Panel
Palette
Palette Knife

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