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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(150-200ml 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
http://www.patreon.com/kylebuckland http://www.kylebuckland.com Want to learn the great master's secrets to easy design and composition? Check out this new series on design stems where I talk about and demonstrate how to implement these simple principles in your work! This is a time-tested method to greatly improve your artwork!
Monet first moved to the enchanting village of Giverny, 45 miles northwest of Paris, in 1883 at the age of 43. He lived in a specially designed home with gardens until the end of his life in 1926. In this video, artist David Dunlop discusses and loosely demonstrates Monet’s painting techniques, drawing on Monet’s carefully developed and cultivated water-lily garden for inspiration.
This painting uses only 3 colours (Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Cobalt Blue) plus black and white. There is no medium used, only White Spirits. http://liamrainsford.com/ for more info on this painting and others.
Richard Musgrave-Evans paints a nice little cove on Sydney Harbour, Plein Air. He demonstrates and explains his technique with oil and palette knifes as he goes!
Had some technical issues with my commentary audio clip for this week's video so I'm going to re-record it and republish this full demo with commentary next week. In the meantime, I thought you might enjoy this dramatic time lapse video! Thanks for watching!