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Video Download: Linda Kemp's Negative Painting Techniques: Acrylic

By Linda Kemp

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Take advantage of the nature of acrylic as your create a painting from start to finish along with Linda Kemp. Working in multiple layers of transparency and opacity, Linda teaches using a negative painting approach (painting around an object). Along the way, learn acrylic painting tips for brushwork, edges, color mixing and characteristics, and value contrasts for a powerful end result!

Preview Linda Kemp’s Negative Painting Techniques - Acrylic here now!

SKU U6637
Author/Speaker/Editor Linda Kemp
File/Trim Size 865 MB
File Type MP4
Format Download
Runtime 1 hour, 32 minutes
$19.99

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Fascinating Review by Lynette
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I'm a little surprised at the other 4 star ratings. I found this to be fascinating and have watched it at least four times. I've tried it a little in my paintings that I'm working on now with very satisfactory results. She uses Zinc White more than Titanium White, so don't understand that confusion either. I have yet to do a entire painting with the steps clearly outlined, but plan on it over the next couple of weeks--looking forward to trying. Linda is obviously a very accomplished artist, so I'm not expecting the stunning results that she does, but I figure practice, practice, practice-that's part of the fun for me.

(Posted on 2/11/14)

Know your paints for transparency Review by Susan
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I have worked with Linda Kemp's Negative painting techniques with watercolours and taken her workshop. I LOVE what she accomplishes. She gave me a new way of seeing shapes and colours. So I was anxious to try it with acrylics and I can see now that it is possible, but much more challenging. The results of Linda's methods can produce spectacular images. But it is the artist's responsibility to know the paints you want to use, to understand their transparencies and to follow the instructions carefully. Your paints must be transparent and it is worthwhile to experiment first on old papers to know their qualities. Adding Titanium White makes the paints opaque and that changes the ballgame - so I think it must be Zinc White that is used - but have not tried that yet. With these cautions, Linda Kemp's method can give you amazing results.

(Posted on 12/21/13)

Very good Review by Sonia
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Clear and concise demonstration; a different approach to acrylic and an inspiring finished painting.

(Posted on 12/21/13)

SKILFUL Review by SHYAMALI
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BEAUTIFUL

(Posted on 12/20/13)

SKILFUL Review by SHYAMALI
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BEAUTIFUL

(Posted on 12/20/13)

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