Clark’s Nutcracker – A DVD Acrylic Painting Lesson
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THIS LESSON WILL BEGIN SHIPPING ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 11TH, THIS IS A PRE-ORDER
In this lesson I will show you how to paint “Clark’s Nutcracker” in acrylics. We start out with a basic drawing to get proportions accurate, and then layer in a limited palette of colors to create a subtle yet colorful painting.
Learn how to create a lightly varied color background that creates a nice hazy atmospheric effect to your painting.
A Clark’s Nutcracker is a bird located in the Western part of Canada and the United States. I first encountered one in Banff National Park.
Canvas Size: 18×24
Lesson length: 2.5 hours
Lesson colors: Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna, Ultramarine Blue, Brilliant Blue, Titanium White, Titan Buff, Yellow Ochre
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