Painting the Landscape
This class is intended for the beginning painter. Those who are looking to start with the right materials, paints, brushes, etc. The focal point of the class is a recording of me painting a landscape start to finish.
- Starting with right materials
- Using a "limited" palette
- Demonstration on getting started
- Explanation of certain design principles
Suggested MaterialsYou can buy suggested materials here: www.utrechart.com or www.cheapjoes.com
I also can recommend student grade materials, even if you are a "beginner," the quality of student grade materials can be tricky, but gamblin makes a great student grade paint and its called their 1980 line. Highly Recommend!
List of colors and good brands:
Gamblin Titanium White
Gamblin Hansa Yellow
Gamblin Yellow Ochre
Gamblin Raw Sienna
Gamblin Ivory Black
Gamblin Permanent Green Light
Gamblin Alizarin Crimson
Gamblin Ultramarin Blue
M. Graham & Co. Transparent Red Iron Oxide
A good variety of hog bristle Brushes various sizes from these brands:
Rosemary & Co.
Connoisseur (Hog Bristle Filbert)
and a good fan brush from Princeton Art & Brush Co. 5100FN number 6
(explanation of brushes in video as well.)