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You’ll Love this Pastel Painting Value Pack If:
- You want to learn how to paint in pastel with an experienced artist
- You love pastel painting & you love to save!
- You’re looking for new pastel tips & inspiration
Learn alongside Richard McKinley as he shares his top pastel painting tips & techniques
in this pastel painting value pack! Learn from experienced artist Richard McKinley as he takes you step-by-step through pastel painting techniques, and then apply them to your own pastel canvas. Richard McKinley has more than 35 years of experience teaching beginner & experienced pastel artists. He is also a 2010 Hall of Fame inductee of the Pastel Society of America as well as a Signature Distinguished Pastelist with the Pastel Society of the West Coast.
In this Pastel Value Pack You’ll Find:
Instantly stream the full version of Three Stages for Successful Pastel Painting with Richard McKinley on your computer at ArtistsNetwork.TV now!
- Pastel Pointers: This book covers everything from the fundamentals to get you going (how to lay out your palette, create an underpainting, evoke luminous effects) to inspirations that will keep you growing. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced painter, this is your guide to making the most of pastels.
- Three Stages for Successful Pastel Paintings DVD Break up your paintings into three stages—sensitivity (concept), serendipity (underpainting) and solve (response and resolution)—for beautiful results. Richard takes you through the three stages as he paints a lush canal scene. 115 minutes.
- Bold Underpaintings for Lively Pastel Landscapes DVD Learn how to use underpainting techniques to set up a pastel painting with exciting results! Watch as Richard demonstrates a wide variety of methods, then follow along as he applies a watercolor underpainting with pastels to create a landscape scene. 120 minutes.
A Word From the Author:
”Teaching has allowed me to become more analytical, something that comes naturally to my personality. By attempting to communicate the concepts of why we do what we do when painting, I have had to spend considerable time researching the theories of representational painting. This research is evident in the concepts expounded in the Pastel Pointers columns, blogs and now within the covers of this book. Thus many are not my original ideas or concepts, but retold through my experience. What I hope to share within the pages of this book is not the formula of how to paint a pastel painting, but a pool of information that may provide some tips to help you make your paintings better, the process easier, and inspire you to enjoy all of the diversity that is pastel” — Richard McKinley
Check out This Exclusive Tip from Richard McKinley
How I Separate My Palette: I use the layout of my palette to help me control the value and color in my paintings. I start by separating pastels into color families. Yellow begins on the far left, followed by orange, red, violet, blue and green. Then I further divide the pastels according to value. The lightest value pastels are at the top; the darkest at the bottom. I also separate the grayed, more neutral colors from their color families and relegate them to one side. Thus I’ll have gray-yellow, gray-red, gray-blue and so on. Finally, I segregate pastels according to their physical makeup; i.e., harder and softer varieties.