You'll Love This Pastel Painting DVD If:
- You want to create realistic skies in your pastel landscape paintings
- You want to learn how to create a variety of sky blues in pastel
- You’re looking for a new trick to creating clouds in your pieces
In this DVD workshop, Liz Haywood-Sullivan shares her tips & tricks for painting clouds & skies in pastel. Each pastel painting exercise uncovers a new approach to creating different types of skies. Liz Haywood-Sullivan is a two time Academic Artists Association award winner and two time Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod award winner.
Exercises in This Pastel Painting Video Includes:
- How to master aerial perspective is pastel
- How to introduce the right values & colors to your canvas
- How to paint lost and found edges
Instantly stream the full version of Painting Realistic Landscapes in Pastel: Skies with Liz Haywood-Sullivan on your computer at ArtistsNetwork.TV now!
About the Author: Liz Haywood-Sullivan
Liz Haywood-Sullivan loves to share her love of pastel painting, and in this step-by-step pastel lesson she’ll introduce you to the elements needed to paint a believable sky. In addition to practical & applicable exercise Liz Haywood-Sullivan demonstrates her pastel painting tips & techniques as she uses pastel to paint a colorful, cloud-filled sky from start to finish. She focuses on contrasts, atmospheric perspective and general painting techniques, so you can create your own beautiful sky paintings in pastel with Painting Realistic Landscapes in Pastel: Skies.
Jennifer Lepore, Online Content Development Manager for ArtistsNetwork.TV, has to say:
The sky fascinates us all; from the time we are small children we are marveling at the stars or turning the clouds into our favorite characters. Skies are always changing, but with Liz’s pastel techniques you can be sure to always capture that moment that took your breath away, that shimmer and glow. As Liz says, “The beauty of the pastel medium is that when you layer color over color you get a wonderful vibration that only pastel can achieve.”