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Figure Oil Painting Lesson – How to Paint a Female figure with Roses
HYPERLINKS💖 Introduction 00:00
Part 1 How to sketch the Face 03:16
Part 2 How to sketch the Face Part 2 33:19
Part 3 How to sketch the Face Part 3 48:19
Part 4 How to sketch the body and room 57:48
Part 5 How to sketch the body and room Part 2 1:19:56
Part 6 How to sketch the body and room Part 3 1:49:28
Part 7 How to Sketch the Flowers and Hands – close up 2:13:17
Part 8 How to How to Paint Skin colors and Skin tones – close up 2:52:18
Part 9 How to use the Palette and Oil painting Brushes 3:02:49
Part 10 How to How to Paint Skin colors and Skin tones – close up -part 2 3:17:10
Part 11 How to How to Paint Skin colors and Skin tones – close up -part 3 3:25:06
Part 12 How to Paint Details in the Room 3:43:19
Part 13 How to Glaze and add a new Oil paint Lear 3:57:11
Part 14 How to How to Paint Skin colors and Skin tones – close up 4:28:54
Part 15 How to Sketch the Flowers and Hands – close up 4:45:07
Part 16 How to Paint Skin tones and Details in the Face 4:51:21
Part 17 How to Glaze and adding a new Oil paint Lear 5:12:07
Part 18 How to Paint more details in the Flowers and Hands – close up 5:42:11
Part 19 How to How to Paint Skin colors Skin tones and details – close up 6:20:16
Part 20 How to focused Glaze and add more Details 6:38:59
Part 21 How to Paint more details in the Flowers Leafs and Hands – close up 6:57:03
Part 22 How to think and avoid symbols while Painting Details 7:17:53
Part 23 How to Paint small Details and Textures in the Room 7:29:42
Part 24 How to Remove and clean up Textures with a sharp knife 7:48:36
Part 25 How to Paint small Textures and Details in the Room 8:16:05
Part 26 How to soften up lines edge’s and Details in the Room 8:46:09
Part 27 how to paint small lines edge has and Details – close up 9:02:31
Part 28 How to add retouching Varnish Glaze and add more Details 9:22:27
Part 29 Painting the last small Textures and Details in the Room 9:45:56
Part 30 How to Sign the Painting 10:21:45
Part 31 The finished Work of Art 10:36:06
In this figure Oil painting Lesson I paint A small 40-40 cm painting in oil colors. In the video, you can see the full painting process step by step from rough sketch to the finished painting. In the video, I have also put it in to segments and as you see, you find hyperlinks to all the 31 segments so you with ease can jump to the segments that should answer your questions about oil painting. In the segments you find : How to sketch a female figure, How to paint the face and how to Paint Skin colors and Skin tones, How to use the Palette and Oil painting Brushes, How to Glaze and add a new Oil paint Lear, How to Paint more details in the Flowers and Hands, How to soften up lines edge’s and Details in the Room, How to add retouching Varnish Glaze, How to Remove and clean up Textures with a sharp knife and more.
In the painting lesson you see me get frustrated over my own skill wall, you get to experience my struggle with the paint , struggle with getting the skin tones right and I am sure many of you will feel some sympathy and even empathy with this struggle, as you probable experience this yourself in your own Painting process and struggles.
In this critique, I go through several student examples and talk about the importance of constructing the forms instead of copying from the photo. I’ll show you how to analyze the simple forms, understand the layers of structure, apply the hierarchy of primary, secondary, and tertiary forms and how to show 3 dimensionality linearly and tonally.
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How to Draw the Lower Leg – Anatomy for Artists – https://youtu.be/cSKiEVWg5VY
Sketching and Shading the Lower Leg – Anterolateral Assignment – https://youtu.be/0e7-HHww8Xo
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SullenTV covered the first annual South Coast Tattoo Expo in Costa Mesa, CA this year. Host Bernadette Macias caught up with a few of the attending artists such as Flaks, Jacob Doney, Q and Tim Shelton! Check it out!
Music by: Matt Casket
Mr Flaks is a respected artist in the “New School” of tattooing, pushing the envelope of lettering and black and grey genres with edgy visuals and G-ed out fontography. Closing in on one decade of experience, Mr Flaks has earned his stripes tattooing household names and underground personalities alike, including Strong Arm Steady artist Mitchy Slick, Wrongkind Records Ise B, Gangsta E, Ryan McNeil of the San Diego Chargers, Ryan Smith of Sullen World Famous Tattoo Artist Big Gus, Johnny Quintana, Skateboard legends Jay Adams and Dennis Martinez just to name a few. Mr Flaks is also making inroads into the clothing industry, applying his unique style to a wide array of clothing by brands such as Sullen, Tribal and Osiris. Be on the lookout for his upcoming lettering book, “West Coast Guide to Lettering and Lifestyle” Available soon. Flaks C/S
Jacob Doney owns and operates Paragon Tattoo Shop is located just outside of Riverside, CA in the city of Grand Terrace. Specializing in traditional tattooing
Q: The ability to create art, be it on canvas, with your voice, or as in this case, using fire and metal, is not easily learned. It is gift you are born with. What is learned is the skill with which you use the tools at your disposal. Ironboneyard is a product of the creative mind and physical skills of Eric Quezada – also known as “Q”, the owner and creative force behind the company. Eric was born the middle sibling of three brothers in Ventura California in 1971. As a child hespent hour after hour drawing and sculpting. His father had an art background and would always encourage him to use the talent he was given. His father had a lot of tools in the garage so his imagination would go wild creating latex masks, wood carvings, leather tooling and eventually airbrushing. He continued to paint and sculpt, but it had to take a back seat due to the economic conditions he found himself in. After graduation he enlisted in the army for two years and when he got out he moved to Phoenix. From there he moved around a lot, always trying to make a living by using his god given talents. From airbrushing cars to painting murals in Scottsdale, he had finally found a career that would support him. He got the chance to study marble carving in Italy and toured Europe for a few months – truly an unforgettable experience. As a very versatile artist he taught himself to weld and sculpt metal. He found a market in artsy restaurants and commercial building owners who were eager to buy his work. In June of 2011 he started his own company and is now the driving creative force behind Ironboneyard.
Tim Shelton: I’m a tattoo artist, painter, husband, reader, thinker and a wrestler of arms. I have lived in CA for most of my life and have been drawing since I was a child. I attended The Laguna College of Art and Design and graduated with a BA in Illustration. If you are inquiring about commissioned artwork please email me as well. “A Day in Negativity is 2 Days Wasted” – HOLSTEINtm
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Body painting tips for professionals.
April-Anna is a freelance fine-artist with 14 years experience in professional body painting. She makes video-journals of her adventures in life and career. In this video journal she talks about glitter and what you need to know if you plan to do professional face painting or professional body painting. She also gives advice about where to buy your glitter and what the difference is between crafter’s glitter and glitter for cosmetic use.
April-Anna is based out of Montreal, Canada.
SullenTV covered the first annual South Coast Tattoo Expo in Costa Mesa, CA this year. Host Bernadette Macias caught up with a few of the attending artists such as Rich Pineda, Roman Abrego, Carl Grace and Poch! Check it out!
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Rich Pineda BIO:
I got my start in tattooing through my friend Jeff Cooper in March of 2010. So I have been tattooing a relatively short time. I absolutely am in love with this art form over any I have done in the past. I have been getting tattooed since I was 15 and have loved it since then. I had a few friends that tattooed when I was growing up and one of them was my good friend Todd Townsend who was like a big brother to me. I always admired what a great artist he was as I was an artist myself and appreciated good work. I never thought that years later I would be an tattoo artist as well. I did the music thing most my life as well. I was in many bands last being Heart of Eros with my good friend Matt Ainsworth and still continue to make music today as well as Engineering and Recording at my home studio “The Underground Studio” Although I have been an artist as long as I can remember, and worked as an artist for many years working on custom automotive pain jobs as well as bikes, helmets, custom wood and metal works, and most art related fields. Making custom one off pieces is my favorite thing to do, I also love photography. If you would like to get some work get in touch with me through my contact page. R.
Roman Abrego is a seasoned tattoo artist specializing in portraits and color realism, Roman was introduced to tattooing at a young age when his uncle Jerry gave him his first tattoo machine. He features his talents worldwide and does guest spots at tattoo shops around the world. Family is central to Roman’s life, as he has two daughters. His unique experiences, professionally and personally, have more than prepared him for anything and everything that will come his way. He loves to do color portraits and bio mechanical or whatever else pops into his head. His shop is called Artistic Element (Yucaipa, CA) because “Before we were tattoo artists we were all artists and we bring that element into our tattoos.” He also owns Artistic Element 2 in Los Angeles, CA. Roman was honored with the Tattoo Society’s Artist of the Year Award in 2009 and 2010 and was featured on Best Ink.
Carl Grace is originally from LA. His artistic style was influenced early by a youth spent in placement homes, camps, jail, and prison. He began tattooing in 1998 with a tattoo apprenticeship under Boston John at Skin Grafix in Arcadia, California. Since 2009, Carl has attended over 100 tattoo conventions as an artist and has been a featured guest artist in many tattoo shops around the country. He won his first award at the Tucson Tattoo Exposition in 2010.
Poch: A world renowned artist known throughout the industry for his captivating images that immerse the mind, body, and soul in a fusion of unparalleled realism creates an unsurpassed visual presentation that takes hold of the imagination and leaves the viewer demanding for more. His keen eye for detail exemplifies the true meaning of talent; each work of art produced pushes the envelope and challenges others to match his skill. Poch excels in color, black & grey, pinup, and portrait. However, realism is the art form that Poch genuinely loves and incorporates in all of his pieces. His talent truly shines when he is allowed to tattoo without any constraints, transforming a basic idea into a realistic materpiece. Dedicating his life to his artwork, Poch has cemented his name in the industry as one of the frontrunners in realism as he constantly tests new approaches to advance his skills. Poch’s primary inspirations are his drive to make it in the tattoo industry and to create a name for himself. Artists that have committed themselves to the industry and constantly push art to the next level gives Poch a sense of determination and inspiration that far exceeds the norm. Tattooing is more than a profession for Poch, every image that he creates is an extension of himself. His devotion, permanently etched into the pieces he creates, resounds through every line. With his skills, dedication, and focus Poch will continue to strive for more and accept nothing but the best while he leaves the world wondering what stroke of genius he will achieve next.