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Video Download: Understanding Values in Skin Tones Digital Download with Sharon Sprung

By Sharon Sprung

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SKU# Z6065

Renowned painter Sharon Sprung imparts incomparable lessons in creating the illusion of life. Working with a light box, she explains how light illumines form; she defines basic terms like mid-tone, highlight, cast shadow, etc, as well as chroma, value, temperature, and hue. Showing you how to see in values, she imparts helpful tips so that you can readily translate value into color. Setting out her palette, Sprung then describes the properties of each color. Finally, she shows you exactly how she mixes colors in order to create a vast range of lifelike flesh tones.
SKU Z6065
Author/Speaker/Editor Sharon Sprung
File/Trim Size 2 GB
File Type M4V
Format Download
ISBN 13 9781600619427
Runtime 45 minutes, 1 second

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Exceptional Review by Doris
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This is really what I am looking for when I select portraiture lessons. Sharon Sprung knows exactly what she is discussing, and her demos are the clearest. Unlike some instructors, she does not treat her lessons as her own painting ability, but rather considers that there are students taking in her demos and instructions.
My only complaint is that there is too little time to absorb all of the information, everything goes too fast, and one must watch the video over and over if they are to absorb the information for their own use, or take extensive notes.
I loved every minute!

(Posted on 5/21/2014)

Informative, but poorly edited Review by Glenda
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The instructor knows her material very well, and her technique is skillful. However, when she misspeaks, she says "I'm sorry..." and repeats the entire phrase, obviously expecting that the misspoken words will be edited out -- and they are not. Overall, the impression is one of good information but poor production. Glad I got this on sale.

(Posted on 4/19/2013)

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