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Artist S Painting Techniques

Author : Hashim Akib
ISBN : 9780241428894
Genre : Art
File Size : 90.29 MB
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Whether you're trying your hand at painting for the first time or honing your artistic ability, Artist's Painting Techniques is the handiest guide to teach you how to paint. Starting with the basics such as observational skills and learning how to draw, Artist's Painting Techniques will guide you into working with watercolours, acrylics, and oil paints. Discover everything you need to know about tone, colour, pattern, brushwork, and composition to create your own masterpieces with confidence. Learn a range of key watercolour, acryllic, and oil painting techniques, including laying a flat wash, painting fur, and creating impasto sculptural effects. Embark on exciting artistic exercises and projects to discover your style and grow as an artist. Follow the fully illustrated step-by-step guides and get inspiring advice and encouragement from practising artists. Kickstart your creativity and develop your own style with Artist's Painting Techniques.
Category: Art

Tate Master Oils

Author : Selwyn Leamy
ISBN : 9781781577653
Genre : Art
File Size : 74.73 MB
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Learn how to paint in the fantastic medium of oil. Taking inspiration from iconic paintings in the Tate Collection, discover the techniques of the masters and improve your own painting skills with 30 guided projects. Master brushwork and form with Cézanne; thin and blend with Turner and Whistler; and play with texture with Richter and Riley.
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The Art Of Impressionism

Author : Anthea Callen
ISBN : 9780300084023
Genre : Art
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This magnificent book is the first full-scale exploration of Impressionist technique. Focusing on the easel-painted work of Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Cézanne, Cassatt, Morisot, Caillebotte, Sisley, and Degas in the period before 1900, it places their methods and materials in a historical perspective and evaluates their origins, novelty, and meanings within the visual formation of urban modernity. Drawing on scientific studies of pigments and materials, artists’ treatises, colormens’ archives, and contemporary and modern accounts, Anthea Callen demonstrates how raw materials and paintings are profoundly interdependent. She analyzes the material constituents of oil painting and the complex processes of “making” entailed in all aspects of artistic production, discussing in particular oil painting methods for landscapists and the impact of plein air light on figure painting, studio practice, and display. Insisting that the meanings of paintings are constituted by and within the cultural matrices that produced them, Callen argues that the real “modernity” of the Impressionist enterprise lies in the painters’ material practices. Bold brushwork, unpolished, sketchy surfaces, and bright, “primitive” colors were combined with their subject matter—the effects of light, the individual sensation made visible—to establish the modern as visual.
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The Art Of Watercolor Painting

Author : Thomas Needham
ISBN : 9781600583384
Genre : Art
File Size : 71.35 MB
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An inclusive how-to-paint book, The Art of Watercolor Painting features simple step-by-step projects, as well as instruction for employing a variety of watercolor techniques, including creating washes and working wet into wet.
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Digital Painting Techniques

Author : (Firm)
ISBN : 9780240521749
Genre : Computers
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"User level: intermediate to advanced 2D artists, concept artists, illustrators and matte painters"--P. [4] of cover.
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Master The Art Of Speed Painting

Author : 3dtotal Publishing
ISBN : 1909414344
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Explore the process of creating digital art in no time at all with this comprehensive guide to speed painting.

The Art Of Basic Oil Painting

Author : Marcia Baldwin
ISBN : 1600583628
Genre : Art
File Size : 89.5 MB
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From the days of the early Masters, oil painting has inspired and intrigued artists of all skill levels. In The Art of Basic Oil Painting, artists interested in learning how to work with this complex and multifaceted medium will find inspiration through clear, step-by-step painting lessons covering a variety of approachable subjects. First, artists will be guided through the tools and materials required for oil painting, including brushes, supports, mediums, palettes, and paint. This inclusive book also has sections on basic drawing techniques and color theory, as well as brief overviews of perspective, composition, lighting, and painting from photographs. Expert oil painters then guide artists along the way by outlining basic painting techniques, demonstrating how to work with various mediums, teaching the intricacies of color mixing, and much more in an easy-to-digest format. Artists will enjoy working their way through step-by-step projects spanning a wide range of appealing subjects--including portraits, landscapes, seascapes, still lifes, and florals. Full of inspiring and beautiful works of art, The Art of Basic Oil Painting also features techniques for rendering light and shadow, creating textures, and achieving lifelike results. With its fresh approach and plethora of tips and techniques, this book provides contemporary instructions for rendering realistic works of art in a long-standing, timeless medium. Whether you are a beginning artist looking to get started in oil painting or an experienced painter looking to improve your breadth of knowledge, The Art of Basic Oil Painting offers a comprehensive guide that no fine oil artist should be without.
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Watercolor Painting Techniques

Author : David Lewis
ISBN : 0823056694
Genre : Art
File Size : 40.67 MB
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Learn how to master watercolor working techniques to create your own successful paintings.
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Painting Techniques Of The Masters

Author : Hereward Lester Cooke
ISBN : UOM:39015033429443
Genre : Art
File Size : 90.27 MB
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Reproductions of masterpieces accompanied by concise descriptions provide insight into the techniques and styles of the great artists who have emerged since the Renaissance
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How To Master Airbrush Painting Techniques

Author : JoAnn Bortles
ISBN : 0760323992
Genre : Art
File Size : 58.11 MB
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Clear, step-by-step lessons from the master in the technology and techniques of airbrush art for any vehicle or surface.
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Digital Painting Techniques

Author : 3dtotal.Com,
ISBN : 9781136135811
Genre : Art
File Size : 41.38 MB
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Discover the tips, tricks and techniques that really work for concept artists, matte painters and animators. Compiled by the team at, Digital Painting Techniques, Volume 1 offers digital inspiration with hands-on insight and techniques from professional digital artists. More than just a gallery book - within Digital Painting Techniques each artist has written a breakdown overview, with supporting imagery of how they made their piece of work. Beginner and intermediate digital artists will be inspired by the gallery style collection of the finest examples of digital painting from world renowned digital artists. Start your mentorship into the world of digital painting today with some of the greatest digital artists in the world and delve into professional digital painting techiques, such as speed painting, custom brush creation and matte painting. Develop your digital painting skills beyond the variety of free online digital painting tutorials and apply the most up to date techniques to your digital canvas with Digital Painting Techniques for Animators.
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The Art Of Oil Painting

Author : Walter Foster Creative Team
ISBN : 9781560107514
Genre : Art
File Size : 52.95 MB
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"Discover all the techniques you need to know to create beautiful oil paintings"--Cover.
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The Complete Artist S Manual

Author : Simon Jennings
ISBN : 9781452137223
Genre : Art
File Size : 47.48 MB
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The practical, accessible painting and drawing guidance that made The Artist's Manual and The New Artist's Manual beloved classics now returns in a new ebook. With the same breadth of content as the originals, this updated version is packed with easy to follow instructions, including comprehensive information about all varieties of materials and tools, along with hundreds of critical techniques for mastering composition, color, line, tone, and more. Copiously illustrated in 1,300 color photos and examples from working artists, this new edition is the definitive guide for artists of every skill level looking to begin, develop, and perfect their skills. The Complete Artist's Manual is today's essential studio companion.
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Acrylic Color Explorations

Author : Chris Cozen
ISBN : 9781440340871
Genre : Art
File Size : 31.15 MB
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Discover your true color voice! Acrylic Color Explorations will have you seeing the world around you in a new way as color theory becomes engaging, easy-to-understand and fun. Not only will you achieve a basic understanding of color and pigments, but author Chris Cozen will also guide you through a personal exploration of color in 30 exercises using acrylic paint. Go beyond the red-yellow-blue understanding of the color wheel by exploring the work of several artists who work with color in unique ways. Determining when to introduce a calming color or when to turn the color volume up is a skill that can be developed through practice and intention, and with Acrylic Color Explorations you will learn how to do both! • Learn 33 techniques for incorporating and developing color in your paintings. • Explore practical color basics with exercises and color challenges that will help you determine your color "voice." • Discover secrets to mastering any creative color situation with 9 contributing artists! Embrace your true color voice today!
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Just Add Watercolor

Author : Helen Birch
ISBN : 160774757X
Genre : Art
File Size : 85.28 MB
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A beautifully illustrated, easy-to-navigate guide to creating contemporary watercolors, pairing full-page paintings with insights and tips for artists. Featuring 200 of the best works of young, modern watercolor painters, paired with bite-sized painting tips and art instruction, Just Add Watercolor gives aspiring artists access to information about--and examples of--top work in the medium. Artist and instructor Helen Birch breaks down each painting by techniques, subject matter, and tools, providing art enthusiasts and painters with a one-stop resource and gallery of the best that modern watercolor has to offer. Its small trim size with one painting per spread provides a bold, but user-friendly alternative to traditional, process-heavy painting instruction texts. Just Add Watercolor shines the spotlight on featured paintings, while still giving readers all the insights needed to get started painting in this popular medium.
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The Art Of Painting Sea Life In Watercolor

Author : Maury Aaseng
ISBN : 9781633220881
Genre : Art
File Size : 73.25 MB
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With helpful tips and easy-to-follow lessons, The Art of Painting Sea Life in Watercolor will teach readers everything they need to know to create beautiful works of art in watercolor. The Art of Painting Sea Life in Watercolor opens with a guide to essential information on the necessary tools and materials for both sketching and painting, including pencils, paints and brushes, palettes, supports, and mediums. In addition to learning about basic drawing and painting techniques and color theory, readers will learn how to create compelling compositions, achieve depth, and render realistic textures.This new title in the Collector's Series features a large variety of stunning sea life, from an adorable sea otter to an magnificent whale. With a fresh, modern spin on this majestic subject, The Art of Painting Sea Life in Watercolor is a comprehensive and indispensable resource, packed with beautiful illustrations and expert instruction, for all artists smitten with the animal kingdom.
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Scenic Art For The Theatre

Author : Susan Crabtree
ISBN : 9780240804620
Genre : Performing Arts
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This new full color edition is significantly up-dated to new interviews with "old masters" and successful "divas" of the industry, up-dated safety tips, and additional insights into the business of scenic design. Expanded to include a new chapter dedicated to painting techniques, the book will now feature detailed step-by-step descriptions of common two-dimensional painting techniques. Wood graining, marble and stone, and brick painting are few examples of the new techniques to be covered. *New interviews with "old masters" and successful "divas" of the industry * Insights into the business of scenic design * A new chapter dedicated to painting techniques and detailed step-by-step descriptions of common two-dimensional painting techniques
Category: Performing Arts

Painting Masterclass

Author : Susie Hodge
ISBN : 9780711241251
Genre : Art
File Size : 39.81 MB
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The tradition of painting is extraordinarily rich in imagination, invention, and skill and long after its advent, it still lies at the heart of art practice, inspiring generations of artists and enthusiasts alike. This book examines 100 of the most fascinating of such paintings by the world’s greatest artists: the way they were made, what they do well, and how and what we can learn from them. With detailed analyses and instructive creative tips sections, you can learn how to convey movement like Degas, apply acrylic like Twombly, and command colour like Matisse. The book explores the act of vision in each artwork, describing how the images were created and including practical tips and advice, allowing you to weave some of this magic into your own work. The paintings are organized into chapters which cover the important genres: nudes, figures, landscapes, still life, heads, fantasy, and abstraction. Selected masterpieces serve as perfect examples of a particular quality in painting; light and shade, rhythm, form, space, contour, and composition are all covered in detail. Perfect for students as well as professional painters, and with a broad historical and global reach, this book is an indispensable introduction to the rich history and practice of painting.
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