I am now offering my Basic Landscape Fundamentals series on DVD.
The New Basic Landscape Fundamentals – An Acrylic Painting Lesson Experience
This painting lesson series is more than just lessons. It is a painting learning experience. There are 16 basic lessons included in this series that cover everything from basic clouds to water and grass. You will learn everything you need to know to create amazing paintings. You will learn what brushes to use, what paint colors to mix and how to apply the paint!
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An Always Growing, Changing Series of Lessons
Here is the best part to this series. It will ALWAYS be added to and changing. The 12 basic lessons will show you how to create landscapes, but as an artist I am always developing new techniques. As I create these new techniques I will continue to add new lessons to this series FOREVER. Not only do you receive the first 15 lessons on DVD you’ll have access to any new lessons ONLINE as they are added. As long as I am painting… when I learn a new technique that pertains to how I approach the landscape, I will create a new lesson and add it to the series. You only need to buy this series once, and you will always have access to it. Even when I update and add new techniques.
What the Basic Landscape Fundamentals Includes:
Lessons 1 – 6 Skies and Clouds
Lessons 6 – 10 Hills, Trees and Grass
Lessons 11 – 12 Water
Lessons 13 – 15 Paintings from Start To Finish
Lessons 15 + To be added as I develop new techniques
Critique Corner – You will gain access to the Facebook critique and discussion page. Here you can discuss your progress, get help and critique with others who are taking the same course. This will help you get the most out of your lessons because you will be able to get multiple opinions and a variety of tips from hundreds of other people.
Recommended Colors: Cerulean Blue, Brilliant Blue (liquitex), Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Sap Green, Terre Verte, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Yellow Medium, Cadmium Red Medium (it is always good to build up a variety of blues, reds and yellows. You can make every color from those three colors). Ultramarine Blue can be used in place of Prussian Blue. Those two colors are used very slightly in the lessons.