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Starting with a winter tree profile, I demonstrate the evolution of spring, summer and then fall foliage on the same painting.
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Have you ever wondered why the sky is blue? Or why a blue sky is lighter at the horizon? Watch this video for why this important to know as a landscape artist, and how it makes for better paintings.
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The first step is to break down your reference image into easily understood shapes and values, giving you the opportunity to learn the “language” of your potential painting.
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Learning how to edit is a lifetime skill. The more practice you do, the stronger your compositions get. So how do you choose the best composition from a photo reference?
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Pulling together all the Good Bones steps in the previous videos, Liz shows how they work together to provide a solid start to any representational painting.
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Check out this fail proof technique to scale up your image (without using math!). A good way to find the best cropping to fit on your paper.
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Liz’s first demonstration with Epiphany has her painting the coastline of New England in the USA where she lives. Liz is known for her skies and water, the subject of her 2013 book “Painting Brilliant Skies and Water in Pastel”. Join us as she ...
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This short demonstration shows the proper use of a viewfinder outdoors, and how it will help you find the best composition.
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How you can use cropmarks to help get perspective right (even if you don’t know perspective).
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever gotten lost in painting clouds! Let me show you how to work with big shapes to develop a pleasing composition in a cloudy sky.
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Learn how to work with translucency and edge management to create wispy, ethereal clouds with light and movement, not heavy and dense like mashed potatoes..
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