You’ll Love This Acrylic Animal Painting eBook If:
- You love to paint animals & want to learn more about creating realistic features
- You want to learn new techniques for working with acrylic paints
- You want to create special portraits of your pet & love the teaching style of Lee Hammond
Starting with basic materials, techniques & approaches, Lee Hammond guides you through the entire process of how to paint animals with acrylics in this exciting eBook. Download this PDF to your computer or tablet and you’ll get instant access to great acrylic painting tips and techniques for how to paint animals from start to finish. If you want to know how to paint birds, horses, dogs, cats and more, this eBook is for you. This eBook is also great for acrylic artists of all skill levels, from beginner to master you’ll find something to love in Painting Realistic Animals in Acrylics with Lee Hammond.
By breaking down key animal features into several demonstrations, Lee Hammond shows you how you can create more detailed, realistic & lifelike animal portraits. Learn how to paint fur, feathers, faces and natural poses in this detailed guide to painting animals in acrylics. Learn how to paint in acrylics like never before, and you can start today!
In the Paint Realistic Animals in Acrylic with Lee Hammond eBook You’ll Learn:
- How to paint fur, features, ears, mouths and eyes that are realistic
- Acrylic painting techniques for how to paint cats, dogs, horses, cows, rabbits, squirrels, lions, tigers, iguanas, turtles, swans and cockatoos
- Tips and techniques for breaking down & painting in several start to finish demonstrations
A Word From the Author:
"This book is a collection of colorful projects designed to give you the opportunity to learn how to paint various animals with acrylics. Use the grid method to help with the preliminary sketches. This technique is an easy way to obtain accuracy in your drawings.When I create my books, I often use the illustrations I am working on as demonstrations in my art classes. My students watch me work and ask questions, which I use to guide me as I write.Most of the projects have three or four steps to follow. Alothough many of the projects may look complex, painting with acrylic is all about layers. The paint dries quickly, so it’s easy to add details or cover up previous applications. Acrylic is a very forgiving medium." — Lee Hammond
Check Out This Excerpt From Paint Realistic Animals in Acrylic with Lee Hammond:
Each form of paint—jar, tube or squeeze bottle—has different characteristics. Once you’ve selected the paint you prefer, you will find that individual colors have their own properties as well.Opacity:
Some colors cover surfaces better than others, appearing more opaque, while some will be more transparent. Some colors completely cover the canvas, while others seem streaky. With time and practice, you’ll get to know your paints. Play and experiment first by creating some color swatches like the ones on this page. This will give you a better understanding of how each color on your palette behaves.Permanence:
Certain colors are more prone to fading over time than others. Most brands have a permanency to let you know what to expect. A color with an "excellent" rating is a durable color that will hold its original color for a long time. A color rated as "good" or "moderate" with experience some fading, but not a huge difference over time. A color rated as "fugitive" will fade significantly. You can see this most often with yellows and certain reds. Try to avoid fugitive colors. Regardless of a color’s permanence rating, never hang a painting in direct sunlight. Ultraviolet rays in sunlight are the primary cause of fading.Toxicity:
Good-quality paint brands will include some toxic colors. Some of the natural pigments that produce vivid colors are toxic, such as the cadmium pigments and some blues. Never swallow or inhale these colors. Certain colors should never be applied by spraying; check the label. If you’re working with children, always find a brand that substitutes synthetic pigments for the toxic ones.
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