Horiyoshi III, given name Yoshihito Nakano, is one of the world’s most legendary full-body-tattoo artists.The controversial history of Japanese tattooing, or irezumi, can be traced back to around 10,000 BC, in the Jomon period. The Japanese government banned tattoos in 1872, as while the practice had risen as an art form, tattooed marks were still used as a punishment. The ban wasn’t lifted until 1948, but the practice has retained its image of criminality. For many years, traditional Japanese tattoos were associated with the yakuza, Japan’s mafia, and some businesses in Japan and public baths still ban tattooed customers.
Yoshihito’s most devoted clientele are covered in full-body designs. Until 30 years ago, Yoshihito did his tattoos entirely by hand using the tebori technique, where a needle-tipped wooden or metal stick inserts ink into the skin. Nowadays, due to health and time constraints he completes them freehand using an electric needle. His clientele is now mostly westerners, attracted by his popular Instagram.
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VIDEO DESCRIPTION This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this aquatic bird portrait of “MOM AND BABY SWAN” with a sentimental maternal message of sincere nurturing and protection as the mother swan provides shelter, comfort and a nice ride as they travel through the water during a beautiful sunny day. You can imagine this to be a pond, lake, stream, or the inlet of an ocean or sea. You’ll provide a natural setting for the swans with the reflective ripples implying that they are swimming near the lands edge in a secluded quiet cove or serene lake. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to create this realistic piece of art with a majestic large white bird coddling her baby cod or pen as they drift through the water. With a graceful posture securing it’s child under it’s neck, the tall imposing feathered goose type bird will give the painting a tender feel. You’ll learn to paint these realistic looking birds with dimension, texture and lifelike expressions. With a dry brush technique you’ll learn how to create shadows in and around the bird bodies and in the feathers providing shape and form. Inspired by mother’s day, the maternal bond we share, motherhood, and the influence of mothers in our society, this painting will bring a powerful message to the viewer. You’ll learn to paint this realistic waterscape animal portrait with depth, contrast and natural colors, creating an image that will have your imagination running wild with this majestic stately bird’s delicate white feathers and strong mom love. Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece inspired by family, nature, spring and new beginnings, that is sure to bring lively energy on the wall of any home. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!
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1. pencil – Draw outline of swans
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint water with black, green and yellow
3. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Paint base coat of baby swan with brown, black and white
4. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint base coat for momma swan with brown, black and white
5. #1 round brush – Paint black areas of faces with black
6. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Paint shadows with black, brown and light gray (created in step 4)
7. #1 round brush – Finish facial features with white, light gray, black, brown, yellow, orange and dark gray (created in step 3)
8. 1/4 bristle brush – Finish baby swan feathers with white, light gray and brown
9. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Finish head and neck of momma swan with light gray, brown and white
10. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Finish momma’s wings with white, brown and light gray
11. #1 round brush – Sign with black
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This is the first of 3 videos to be released in the “Beginner Painting Lessons” for acrylic paint. After the “Beginner” videos, we’ll move on to intermediate and then more advanced. Each week, for the remainder of the series, a new lesson will be published! This lesson shows the materials that I use for the lessons and compares (sort of review) these materials.
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