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Video Download: Painting Light: The Cape School Method with Camille Przewodek

By Camille Przewodek

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Capture the brilliance of light as it washes over your subjects

Take a master oil painting workshop with renowned colorist and instructor Camille Przewodek—transform your artwork as you learn to enhance your color knowledge and begin to see the world in terms of color and light.

Join Camille in the studio for an essential color study and learn her best tips, including how she uses exaggerated color notes to paint the true light effect.

Discover the eye-opening color study:

  • Achieve your desired tone and color value—explore Camille’s palette as she reveals how to adjust each hue with a color-mixing demo.
  • Reach a deeper understanding of light effects—it can be as simple as making color comparisons with essential block studies.
  • See more than just shadows—unlock your sight and discover color in even seemingly gray, black, or white areas.
  • And more!

Download your copy of Painting Light: The Cape School Method with Camille Przewodek today!

SKU EP3691
Author/Speaker/Editor Camille Przewodek
File Type MP4
Format Download
Runtime 67 minutes
$14.95

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Helps you to see color in subjects accurately, but it requires application and patience to gain that insight. Review by Tim
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This dvd might be of interest if, as you create your art, you are not confident in seeing color, especially in landscapes. The presentation is in a fairly static format, and at times is like a lecture. Camille Przewodek recognizes that her approach to color, which is based on traditions of the “Colorists”, is not easy to comprehend at first. You need to stay with her as she works on a full color study of a still life set up. Gradually you will gain insight into how to observe carefully to really see colors as the effects of light. This dvd is really an introduction to an interesting way of seeing and painting color accurately. It is probably most suitable for those who paint in oils, acrylics and pastels.

(Posted on 2/21/14)

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