Liz Haywood-Sullivan is an exceptional teacher. For those aspiring to paint skies and clouds in pastel you need to look no further. Her lesson highlights the need to get the essentials right: the drawing and composition must get the clouds receding: the tonal differences in the sky and clouds must be established; and seeing the colours in the sky and clouds is crucial. Liz takes us through this generous (90 minutes) session from the very start of her drawing and planning of her composition. Particularly valuable are her warnings about potential pitfalls in the act of creating. Throughout the lesson Liz shares her thought processes. I have painted skies successfully before, but I still learned a lot from this valuable product.
(Posted on 6/1/14)
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