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Richard Musgrave-Evans paints with a palette knife - in real time - on the cliffs of the Murray River and explains his technique along the way!
Richard Musgrave-Evans Paints Plein Air on the Coast in South Australia
Color and Its Complement - An oil painting lesson by Helen Van Wyk. This lesson helps you understand complementary color and how it is used when creating body and cast shadows.
Fancy giving me a challenge for a watercolor demo? I welcome any subscribers to send me a photo or two to use for a future video. Here I am using a photo kindly sent to me by Luciano and it's a lovely scene from Pizzo Calabria in Italy - a ruin on the coast and some boats. I love painting boats! More paintings at http://www.timwilmot.com/ In this demo I will be covering... 1) Choice of Subject. What makes a good watercolor subject. How to simplify the scene. 2) Materials I use such as the paper. I will also cover the paints I use and the palette, plus how I hold the different brushes for different techniques. 3) Doing the outline sketch as the first step. How to draw boat shapes. 4) Doing the sky and the first wash of the background and then the foreground. 5) Shadows and details of the figures and boats. More information on watercolour demos, lessons and recent paintings by Tim Wilmot can be found at: http://www.timwilmot.com/ Would you like to send me a photo for a future painting? Make sure it's your own photo and email it to me at email@example.com The paper I use and recommend is Saunders Waterford. More information at: http://www.stcuthbertsmill.com/st-cuthberts-mill-paper/saunders-waterford-watercolour/ http://stcuthbertsmill.blogspot.co.uk/
Richard Musgrave-Evans shows how he cooks breakfast in the Camp Oven on a Murray River Plein Air painting trip.
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!