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Look over my shoulder as I do an on-location oil painting of a gum tree growing by the roadside.
My go to technique I have for painting realistic grass, leaves, and foliage in both acrylics and oils. In this video I show you how to paint the sagebrush and how to paint the grass in this landscape painting. I show you how to layer the colors to build up to the end result we are always looking for in our realistic art. THE MATERIALS I USE: http://bit.ly/2t5ftGV Win a free art print: http://www.wildlifeandart.com/fpf MY ART: My website: http://www.wildlifeandart.com My eBay auctions: http://www.ebay.com/usr/wildlifeandart SOCIAL: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wildlifeandart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chuckblackart/ Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chuckblackart If you have any questions about something I covered or maybe something I didn't cover in this painting tutorial I am more than happy to answer. Chuck Black is an artist currently residing near Bozeman, MT. I work primarily in acrylics and oils on canvas. I paint landscapes, wildlife, and anything to do with outdoor living or Mother Nature. My work simply reflects my love for the outdoors.
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
Buy now: https://lilipubsorders.com/products/john-pototschnik-limited-palette-landscapes Click to download or request a free catalog: https://lilipubsorders.com/pages/catalog-request Discover one of the most powerful techniques for dramatically improving your painting skills right now! DVD Length: 15 Hours, 15 Minutes Sometimes the most simple painting techniques can unlock a world of possibility… Has this ever happened to you? - Your tones don’t complement each other or intermix well… - The elements in your work seem disjointed or flat… - The structure and values of your composition feel wrong… Your paintings don’t make an emotional connection… and all of this creates disharmony in your work and makes makes things appear “off” to the viewer. If so, the acclaimed landscape painter John Pototschnik has a surprising solution: Limit your palette!
Painting En Plein Air is challenging! In this video Andrew Tischler goes outside to paint, striving to loosen up his brushwork and improve his colour mixing whilst trying to capture the light in the scene. Setting out the create works of the stunning New Zealand countryside Andrew faces limitations that cause him to stretch and grow as a painter. Working on four demonstrations this video covers many techniques! Check Out Andrew Tischler's FULL TUTORIALS: www.andrewtischler.com/shop SUBSCRIBE to Andrew Tischler's WEBSITE and get these videos 24 hours ahead of the rest: www.andrewtischler.com/subscribe Andrew Tischler uses LANGRIDGE HANDMADE OIL COLOURS: http://langridgecolours.com/stockists/ Check out the BRUSHES Andrew Tischler uses: https://www.rosemaryandco.com/oil-brushes/chungking-bristle-oils?filter_name=tischler&product_id=526 Follow Andrew Tischler on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/andrew_tischler_artist/ Follow Andrew Tischler on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewTischlerArtist/ For more information on the John Crump Easel: https://youtu.be/dYpFXTDVWFg Check out John Crump's incredible En Plein Air Paintings: http://www.johncrump.co.nz
I discuss focusing on the fundamentals, while painting en plein air in the Western Australian wheatbelt.