Clownfish & Sea Anemone Acrylic Painting LIVE Tutorial

Learn how to paint in this free step by step acrylic painting tutorial by Angela Anderson. Easy to follow instructions guide you through creating your own beautiful canvas artwork.

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9″ x 12″ Fredrix Canvas Board
Heavy Body Acrylic Paints
Carbon Black
Burnt Sienna
Quinacridone Burnt Orange
Cadmium Orange
Indian Yellow Hue
Cadmium Yellow Light
Cadmium Yellow Medium
Phthalo Green (Yellow Shade)
Cobalt Teal or Teal
Phthalo Blue (Green Shade)
Ultramarine Blue
Dioxazine Purple
Quinacridone Magenta
Cadmium Red Light
Titanium White
Zinc White

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Princeton 6100 Bright #12, #10, #8, #6, #4, #2
Princeton 6100 Flat #2
Princeton 6100 Filbert #4, #6
Princeton 6100 Round #1, #2, #2/0
Princeton Select Bristle Fan #10/0
Princeton Select Deerfoot Stippler 3/8″
Princeton VelvetTouch Round #1, 18/0 Short Liner
Princeton VelvetTouch 1/4″, 3/8″ Blender
Princeton VelvetTouch Angle Shader 1/4″, 3/8″

Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid (Satin or Gloss)
Paper Towels (Viva or Scott Shop)
Spray Bottle
Strathmore Visual Journal Mixed Media Pad (for practice)
Chalk or Scribe-All Pencils
Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens or Sakura Pigma FB Brush Pens
Grey Matters Palette Paper or Masterson Stay Wet Palette
Creative Color Wheel or Color Mixing Color Wheel

For Traceable Transfer:
Tracing Paper
Saral Graphite Transfer Paper
Saral White Transfer Paper
Stylus Set
Bleach Wipes (optional)

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INK SOLDIERS TATTOO SHOW – Capítulo 2

El Reality Show de #tatuadores​ en #México​ conducido por #ErikFarjeat​ y una enmascarada muy interesante.

Búscanos en redes sociales como Ink Soldiers Tattoo Show y entérate de detalles que no ves en pantalla 😉

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Learn How to Paint MYSTICAL FAIRY CASTLE with Acrylic – Paint & Sip at Home – Step by Step Tutorial

VIDEO DESCRIPTION This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this realistic fantasy image of “MYSTICAL FAIRY CASTLE” with acrylic paint. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to develop a realistic landscape with mountains, a lake and an island with a magical castle emerging from the fog. This landscape is being sprinkled with a bit of dust being blown by a beautiful flying fairy with long hair, large wings and a flowing dress. Visualize the sky to be a sunrise or sunset, morning or evening, dawn or dusk… your imagination will steer the evolution of this painting. With the dramatic light from the sky casting highlights and shadows onto the castle walls and the body of the fairy, the painting will come to life with the shimmering reflections in the water. You’ll learn how to add dimension in the landscape and castle with the use of properly placed highlights and shadows, and in the misty fog with a layering technique. You’ll also learn how to paint a reflection in the water using a repetitive process technique. Despite the painting being unrealistic in nature, it will look 3d with the realistic elements, and certain pieces will appear to pop out of the canvas with a real photo quality. With perfectly proportioned features in the fairy body and realistic movement in the wings and clothing being blown by the wind, the feminine person will look like she’s casting a spell onto the building with her spirited dust that she is blowing toward the fortress. The brilliant color in the sky, with the moody clouds, lets you know that the weather is perfect for this adventure. With the construction of the composition you’ll learn to paint this realistic looking outdoor dreamy image with a floating goddess and a castle fit for a king. Creativity is always encouraged, just have fun with it! This painting is sure to impress the viewer and compliment the décor of any room. Using only 2 brushes and 7 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece with a magnificent lively landscape and a charming fairy who’s excited about the day in front of her. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!

IMAGE LINK FOR PRINTING:
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MATERIALS:
Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle (large), #6 round synthetic (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, mars black, deep yellow, burnt umber (brown), purple violet, fluorescent orange, ultramarine blue
Other: #2 pencil, palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes

PURCHASE FULL DIY KIT FOR THIS PAINTING HERE: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/paint-supplies

STEPS:
1. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the sky with black, purple, blue, orange, yellow and white
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the sky with black, purple, blue, orange, yellow and white
3. pencil – Draw outline of mountains
4. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the base coat for the mountains with brown, purple and orange
5. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Finish the mountains with white, yellow, orange, brown and purple
6. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the land silhouette with black
7. #6 round brush – Paint base coat of castle with purple, brown, orange, yellow and white
8. #6 round brush – Paint base coat for fairy body with purple, orange and black
9. #6 round brush – Paint 1st step to fair reflection with fairy color (made in step 8)
10. #6 round brush – Finish castle and it’s reflection with fairy color, black, orange, yellow and white
11. #6 round brush – Finish fairy and her reflection with fairy color, black, yellow, orange and white
12. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint fog with black, blue and white
13. #6 round brush – sign with black

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Email: mliglesias@ymail.com
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How to Bodypaint INSANE Special FX Makeup Cyborg Body Art

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I will go step by step on how to Bodypaint a cyborg on anyone! Please like this video and subscribe to my channel and my other art channel at DROSOL.

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Trent’s Toolbox EP 3 – How To Paint The Male Body

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In this series, Trent Kaniuga showcases techniques for illustration, and how to do body studies. Learn to draw the easy way. Drawing exercises, and techniques to improve your ability to illustrate form and anatomy in this series of Drawing lessons. In this particular study, we take a close look at how to draw pecks, or is it peks, or pex? I’m not sure. But we’re going to look at how to draw some muscles in the chestal region, abs, ribs, bicepts or is it biceps? I need to figure out how to spell these things. There are also subtle rim lighting techniques, all done in photoshop. Learn about subsurface scattering, sub surface scattering and sub-surface scattering, and how to make your muscles shine like they are all oiled up in studio light.

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HOW TO PAINT DARKSKIN & LOCKS 1

It’s really exciting when you finally get dark skin right. I made this video to help you do just that. Here are some tips:
Tip 1) simplify what you are seeing
what I do is break down the image into four main colors to start. The objective here is to fill the canvas with paint the easiest way you can. I do this by choosing 4 colors. I use 1 dark, 2 mediums, and a highlight (see video). I use 8 different colors in all to finish the skin tone and they are pre-mixed. Using 4 keeps you from having to wonder where every color should go.
Tip 2) add more color
After I lay out the 4 colors and cover the canvas, I add 2 more colors. So that brings the total to 6 colors. I don’t add the highlight 2 or dark 2 (see video) because they’re not need at this stage. I build up the color until it’s opaque.
Tip 3) blend the paints
when I begin to blend I add a little water to the paints. It makes it easier to control plus the paint doesn’t get muddy. We have to guard against over painting because the paint is too thin to stick so you’ll end up swirling paint around the canvas or you’ll lift up other layers. The first blend layer looks really rough but just let it dry and start over. At this stage in the game I begin to add dark 2 (see video) because we are getting closer to the finish line. The only color I haven’t added is highlight 2 ( see video) because highlights are the last thing I add in the final stage of the painting.
I hope this helps. Peace

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How to Paint a Skeleton. Learn the bones of the body!

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Bleeding Heart on an old Book Page (acrylic painting tutorial)

Today I will show you how to paint a bleeding heart flower in acrylics on an old book page. You can see my Book Safe tutorial here: http://youtu.be/a8WmL5WNLpU
That is where the old book pages came from!

More flower painting tutorilas: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNxvOHHWCjFiHWh-mU32bLng01pXrc1wO

I sealed the book pages with mod-podge and let them dry before painting. If you make a mistake in your painting you can wipe it off with a damp paper towel. You will need acrylic paints in red, yellow, green and white for this project as well as a 1/2″ flat brush and a #5 round.

Have fun painting this quick project then use it to decorate cards or other projects!

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Dynamic Human Anatomy – Book by Roberto Osti (2021) – Video Carousel

Dynamic Human Anatomy – Book by Roberto Osti (2021) – Video Carousel
For more information about the book and my courses follow the link: https://www.robertoosti.com/my-courses/)

Dynamic Human Anatomy picks up where Basic Human Anatomy leaves off and offers artists and art students a deeper understanding of anatomy, including anatomy in motion, and how that essential skill is applied to the creation of fine figurative art.

For a figurative artist, a sure sign of accomplishment is the ability to achieve a transcendent artwork—a work of art that conveys a sense of life or expresses psychological character. Such expertise is cultivated not only by mastering drawing techniques and practicing drawing the human form from life, but also by learning to read the many languages and intentions the human body speaks: movement, power, tension or relaxation, friendliness or aggression, and all the rest.

In my teaching, I aim to give students knowledge of the body’s anatomy and mechanics in as accurate and neutral a way as possible, without influencing their artwork stylistically or aesthetically.

Developing style and aesthetics is each artist’s own personal artistic quest. In my figure anatomy and figure drawing classes, students learn to draw with “informed” lines that result from an analysis of the subject as opposed to a passive, imitative approach.

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Materials suggested:
– Strathmore drawing paper, 11” by 14” https://amzn.to/2H323mp

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Learn How to Paint VINEYARD ALLEYWAY with Acrylic – Fun Paint & Sip at Home – Step by Step Tutorial

VIDEO DESCRIPTION – This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this lovely landscape image of “VINEYARD ALLEYWAY” with acrylic paint. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to develop a realistic natural looking landscape of grape farm with traveling vines, foliage, and brilliant shadows pulling the viewer down the path into a warm summer day. Maybe the time of year is spring, summer, or early fall… you can use your imagination! You’ll learn how to add atmospheric dimension in the sky with an easy blending technique and in the canopy draped field using a stippling brush stroke creating an impressionistic display of leaves. You’ll also learn how to paint grape clusters that look 3d with a layering process giving a real photo quality. With perfectly proportioned size variations in the wooded plant vines and posts, you’ll create a painting full of depth and perspective. Using strategically placed shadows and highlights the ground will come to life with small mounds of dirt beneath the canopy. The bright afternoon sunshine makes it’s way through the delicious fruit that’s ready to be picked and crushed into a fine wine. With the construction of the composition you’ll learn to paint this realistic looking outdoor oasis with purple and blue influencing the color palette and sunlight igniting the energy of it. You can customize it to be the representation people walking down the path, changing the purple grapes to white ones, or a wine barrel resting on the ground… just have fun with it! This painting is sure to impress the viewer and compliment the décor of any room. Using only 3 brushes and 8 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece with a magnificent lively sky in a charming tranquil setting. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!

IMAGE LINK FOR PRINTING:
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a30281990bade409dfa356b/t/606c979a7e899061020c0739/1617729435410/Vineyard+Alleyway-print.jpg

MATERIALS:
Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle (large), #8 round synthetic brush (medium), #4 round synthetic (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, mars black, deep yellow, burnt umber (brown), green oxide, burnt sienna (rust), cobalt blue, violet purple
Other: palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes

PURCHASE FULL DIY KIT FOR THIS PAINTING HERE: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/paint-supplies

STEPS:
1. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the sky with blue and white
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint 1st layer of ground with brown, white and yellow
3. #8 round brush – Paint 1st layer of posts with brown and black
4. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint 1st layer of greenery with black, brown and green
5. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Finish ground with black, brown, rust, tan (made in step 2), yellow and white
6. #8 round brush – Paint 1st layer of grapes with violet purple, black and white
7. #4 round brush – Finish posts with white, yellow, rust, brown and black
8. #4 round brush – Paint 2nd step of grapes with white, violet and lavender/plum (made in step 6)
9. #4 round brush – Paint shadows on grapes with black, violet and lavender
10. #4 round brush – Finish grapes with with and violet
11. #4 round brush – Paint highlights in greenery with white, yellow and green
12. #4 round brush – Paint vines with rust and black
13. #4 round brush – Sign with rust

LINKS AND CONTACT INFO:
Michelle’s Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/michellethepainter
Paint and Sip at Home: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/paint-and-sip-at-home-1/
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Email: mliglesias@ymail.com
Phone: (413) 205-8346

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