Glass And Pear – Acrylic Painting Lesson

US $20.00

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Glass And Pear Colors: Titan Pale Green (or any light gray or light buff color), cerulean blue, prussian blue, cadmium yellow medium, yellow oxide, titanium white, raw umber Brushes: 2 Inch Background Brush, No. 10 or 12 Flat Brush, Small filbert no. 1 or 2, Small Angle Brush No. 4 or 6, Small Liner No. 1 In this 1.5 hour lesson, I’ll show you how I paint a still life painting of a drinking glass with water and a pear. You’ll learn how to mix colors and apply paint using easy-to-learn brushstroke techniques to create reflections and highlights in the glass and on the pear. If you prefer the DVD version of this lesson, click here.

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Tim Gagnon is the creator of online and DVD-based instructional art lessons for over 17,500 students in over 30 countries. In 2012, he was voted as one of the Top 50 Emerging Artists by Art Business News. His easy-to-learn instruction and unique, modern style has propelled him to one of the most followed artists in the United States.