You’ll Love This Acrylic Painting Video Download If:
- You love painting in acrylic & want to try something new
- You love learning new acrylic painting techniques visually
- You’re ready to explore new avenues of acrylic painting
In this video download from expert artist Charles Harrington you’ll learn great new acrylic painting techniques and tips for creating watercolor-like effects on your canvas. Throughout the course of two complete, and very different, landscape painting demonstrations, Charles shows you how to create transparent, translucent and opaque effects using various acrylic painting techniques.
Learn how to paint a landscape that goes way beyond the ordinary with this approach to acrylic painting. This alternative is fun and opens up a whole new world of acrylic painting to you, the artist. In addition to great landscape painting tips you’ll also learn how to use additives to enhance the application of acrylic colors and much more. This medium may be popular, but it’s a lot more versatile than many assume! This video download makes learning to paint easy, simply download the compatible MP4 file right to your desktop or laptop.
In Acrylics: The Watercolor Alternative With Charles Harrington You’ll Learn:
- Tips & techniques for creating watercolor-like effects using acrylic paints
- How to paint transparent, translucent and opaque colors in acrylic
- How to paint two different acrylic landscapes from start to finish
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About the Artist: Charles Harrington
Charles Harrington has more than 20 years of experience teaching fine art at the university level and he is also a Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society and The National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylics. His work has been featured in American Artist Magazine
, The Complete Painter’s Handbook
, and American Artist’s Workshop Magazine