You'll Love This Painting Video Lesson If:
- You want to explore the exciting medium of acrylic
- You love painting landscapes & want to learn more
- You want to watch as Jerry Yarnell shares his favorite acrylic painting tips
Beginning artists will find a lot to love in the first book in this series from Jerry Yarnell. Learn how to paint a landscape in acrylic
with these acrylic painting basics. In this book Jerry Yarnell takes you step-by-step through basic painting techniques so you won't miss a beat.
Don't think you have artistic talent? Want to paint but you have no experience? Then Paint Along with Jerry Yarnell Volume One: Painting Basics is perfect for you. All you have to do is follow along with Jerry and soon you'll create a beautiful acrylic landscape painting.
Learn how to produce 10 breath-taking landscape paintings for beginners and learn all about color mixing, applications, composition, value studues and depth perception.
In Paint Along with Jerry Yarnell Volume One: Painting Basics You'll Learn:
- How to select the right paints & tools for your
- You want to build a strong foundation for successful landscape painting
- You love painting landscapes & want to learn how to use reference photos
About the Artist: Jerry Yarnell
Johannes Vloothuis is a world-renowned and award winning artist. He is dedicated to sharing his experience with students around the world. He teaches popular landscape workshops in person and over the Internet. His work can be found in galleries around the world including the Glenhyrst Gallery in Brantford, Ontario. Considered a master painter in many mediums, Johannes focuses on positive reinforcement, encouring artists to try new things & improve their art.
Check out This Excerpt from Paint Along with Jerry Yarnell Volume One: Painting BasicsDabbing:
Dabbing is mostly used to create leaves, ground cover, flowers, etc. You use a bristle brush and dab it on your table or palette to spread out the ends of the bristles like a fan. Then you load the brush with an appropriate color and gently dab on that color to create the desired effect.
Double Load or Triple Load: When you double or triple load your brush you put two or more colors on different parts of your brush. The colors are mixed on the canvas instead of your palette. This is used for wet-on-wet techniques, such as sky or water.
Dry Brush: The dry brush technique is achieved by loading your brush with very little paint and lightly skimming the suface of the canvas to add color, blend a color or soften a color. You use a very light touch for this technique.
Feathering: Feathering is a technique for blending to create very soft edges. You achieve this effect by using a very light tough and barely skimming the surface of the canvas with your brush. Feathering works great for highlighting and glazing.
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