Spring painting tutorial

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SIMPLE DAISY Beginners Step by Step Real time learn to paint full acrylic art lesson. Amazingly Easy Starter Spring floral Painting for New Acrylic Artists LIVE. #lovespringart2017To see more spring themed Videos by the CAC Search the Hashtag #LoveSpringArt2017for a free video art festival


Below is a list of recommended materials. This includes the 'Amazon Affiliate' program, and you support The Art Sherpa when using it. It is linked here to make things convienient and easy for you.

Paint Colors


Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid Gloss
Golden Cadmium Yellow, Medium Shade
Golden Dioxazine Purple
Golden Phthalo Green (Blue Shade)
Golden Titanium White
Golden Ultramarine Blue

Surfaces


11X14 Primed Smooth Artist Panel : 27.94 X 35.56 cm

Paint Brushes


The Art Sherpa® AS-4101 3 Piece “Beginning and End” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4102 6 Piece “The Beginner” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4103—6 Piece “The Explorer” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4104 4 Piece “Portrait” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4105 6 Piece “Detail” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4106 4 Piece “Galaxy™” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4107—3 Piece “Cloud™” Brush Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4108—3 Piece “Stencil Mini™” Set
The Art Sherpa® AS-4109 3 Piece “Pounce” Set
The Art Sherpa® SS-119 3 Piece Sweet Deals™ Set
Art Sherpa® Open Stock Brushes
4002 Series Bright Long Handle Size 10 - Goldilocks™ Brush
4006 Series Angle Long Handle Size ½
1900 Bristlon®
2100 Cambridge™
2500 Ruby Satin®
6400 Black Pearl™

Other Materials


Arteza watercolor pencils
Artist Tape
Brush soap
Chalk
Lavender Spike Oil Brush Soap
Paper Peel Paint Pallet
Saral Paper
Sharpener
Tracing Paper 9x12
T Square Ruler
Easels
Best European Easel *OS3
Jack Richeson La Vara Easel, Table Top
Books
How to Mix Skin color
Victoria Finlay History of Color


For Brush Care use, cleaning and for a list of Retailers that carry them GO TO the links below to find out more about them and where to buy http://www.silverbrush.com/the-art-sherpareg.htmlFind your favorite or closest retailer here http://www.silverbrush.com/where-to-buy1.htmlGo online http://www.silverbrush.com/online-resellers.htmlWe love to see pictures of you with your brushes. You can share your new treasures with us online on any social website #ArtSherpaBrushes#silverbrushlimited

Have fun Live with The Art Sherpa during this BEGINNER HOW TO PAINT art lesson in acrylic art tutorial. This is an easy, fun, social art lesson for canvas. We talk about art and other fun subjects. With help and guidance, anyone can paint. You can paint!

Want to see something? Just comment! Tell me what you'd like to paint, or what you want to know about art. This is YOUR art journey. Open your heart and access your art.

HEART MAIL:
Art Sherpa 204
9490 fm 1960 RD W
suite 200
Humble tx 77338

Artwork is the property of Cinnamon Cooney and The Art Sherpa LLC. and is intended for the personal enjoyment of the student. Did you sell a painting of my original design via private sale? Congratulations and big art high fives!

For commercial use or licensing in the painting party, social painting, or other venues; please visit our business website:

https://theartsherpa.com/labs

If you’d like to share our tutorial/original painting design with a church group, skilled nursing facility or other nonprofit interest, do get in touch. We have ideas, guides and a few fun little extras to make bringing the Art Sherpa to your community one big party. Let’s collaborate!
This artwork is under copyright and is intended for the viewer’s personal enjoyment.

If your paintings of my original design are offered for sale in a retail setting of any kind, please attribute ‘Original design by Cinnamon Cooney, The Art Sherpa. www.theartsherpa.com’

Please, create no prints or mechanical reproductions of your paintings of my original design.

SIMPLE DAISY Beginners Step by Step Real time learn to paint full acrylic art lesson. Amazingly Easy Starter Spring floral Painting for New Acrylic Artists LIVE. #lovespringart2017 To see more spring themed Videos by the CAC Search the Hashtag #LoveSpringArt2017 for a free video art festival

Below are a list of materials. The links go through our Amazon Affiliate program, and you support The Art Sherpa when using them. These are link to make thing easy and convenient. *** Acrylic Paint Colors ***

Cadmium Yellow, Medium Shade: http://amzn.to/1Xqmwhb Quinacridone Magenta: http://amzn.to/1P8CRkB Titanium White: http://amzn.to/1XqooGI Ultramarine Blue: http://amzn.to/1TKWl6W Yellow Ocher: http://amzn.to/1Xqnvhm Phthalo Green Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid Gloss : http://amzn.to/2hjuE5T *** Recommended Canvas Size *** 11X14 Canvas board: http://amzn.to/2l0QJqF

MY EASEL Best European Easel *OS3 http://amzn.to/1Xm9Ieu Jack Richeson La Vara Easel, Table Top http://amzn.to/2audtKw

*** Assorted Brushes for Acrylic Painting *** Medium flick resistance, synthetic or natural fiber. Short Bristles and Short handle. Acrylic handle over wood and Synthetic fiber over natural . www.thebrushguys.com Use The Code " theartsherpa" for 5% off your ENTIRE order Bristlon® AS-4049 1902 Bright long handle size 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 1900 Round size 4 1414S size 2” Cutter wide short handle 9503 Petite Round Tote Red Detail Round AS-4066S Sterling Studio® 6000S 3/0 Sterling Studio Round size 3/0, 0, 1 6002S Bright size 0, 2 6007S Script Liner 2/0 Black Pearl® AS-4046 6400 Round size 4 6402 Bright size 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 Stencil Mini® AS-1703S Stencil Mini size 2, 4, 6 Sweet Deals™ brush sets SS-119 Flat Stiff White Synthetic paddle handle 3pc set size 1, 2, 3” Bulletin Cutter 1414S size 2” wide short handle *** Other Supplies ***

Paper towels Water cup Chalk, a few colors Ruler Sharpie Table easel Delicious snack or beverage A smile! *** Other Supplies *** Paper towels Water cup Chalk, a few colors Ruler Sharpie Table easel Delicious snack or beverage A smile!

Have fun Live with The Art Sherpa during this BEGINNER HOW TO PAINT art lesson in acrylic art tutorial. This is an easy, fun, social art lesson for canvas. We talk about art and other fun subjects. With help and guidance, anyone can paint. You can paint!

Want to see something? Just comment! Tell me what you'd like to paint, or what you want to know about art. This is YOUR art journey. Open your heart and access your art.

HEART MAIL: Art Sherpa 204 9490 fm 1960 RD W suite 200 Humble tx 77338 Artwork is the property of Hart Party and The Art Sherpa it is intended for the personal enjoyment of the student and not commercial use. Contact us for commercial use policies. For-profit businesses in the Painting Party industry may not use our tutorial/original painting design without a licensed or signed-use deal with Hart Party. If you’d like to share our tutorial/original painting design with a church group, skilled nursing facility or other nonprofit interest, do get in touch. We have ideas, guides and a few fun little extras to make bringing the Art Sherpa to your community one big party. Let’s collaborate! This artwork is under copyright and is intended for the viewer’s personal enjoyment. If your paintings of my original design are offered for sale in a retail setting of any kind, please attribute ‘Original design by Hart Party. www.theartsherpa.com’ Did you sell a painting of my original design via private sale? Congratulations and big art high fives! Please, create no prints or mechanical reproductions of your paintings of my original design.

Sours: https://theartsherpa.com/videos/235/easy-spring-flowers-acrylic-painting-on-canvas-for-beginners-lovespringart2017

Spring Painting Tutorial

Here are some spring painting tutorials you might have missed from my YouTube Channel -Jackie Partridge Art. See photos and descriptions below and click on the spring painting tutorial you would like to try painting.

To subscribe to my YouTube channel -please click the button below - so you don’t miss new acrylic painting tutorials! Make sure to hit the bell to receive notifications for when new tutorials are being released!

The nice thing about YouTube is all of the painting tutorials are free! You can adjust the speed in the settings and pause anytime you need or rewind if necessary! Take a look at my spring painting tutorials below!

Paint a Sunset Easy Painting tutorial by Jackie Partridge

How to Paint a Sunset- Easy

Description: In this spring painting tutorial, I show you step by step how to paint a simple sunset that is easy to do for beginners and anyone new to acrylic painting. In this acrylic painting tutorial, I explain colour mixing and how to paint water and reflections.

Time Length: 19 min. and 2 sec.

Click here to watch how to paint a sunset-easy!

How to Paint a Simple Bee

Description: In this acrylic painting lesson, I show you how to paint an abstract beehive and a simple bee. This spring painting tutorial is ideal for children or art students ages 8 and up! You will learn colour mixing, how to create abstract texture and how to paint fine details like a bumble bee!

Time Length: 16 min. and 39 sec.

Click here to watch how to paint a simple bee!

Cactus painting tutorial for beginners or art lesson for kids

Cactus Painting Tutorial

Description: In this spring painting tutorial, I show you how to paint cacti and paint details like their prickles. This painting lesson is for beginners and is intended for children or art students ages 8 and up!

Time Length: 40 min and 20 sec.

Click here to watch the cactus painting tutorial!

Galaxy Night Sky Acrylic painting by Jackie Partridge

Night Sky Painting Tutorial

Description: In this night sky painting tutorial I show you with step by step instruction how to paint a galaxy sky and stars. You will also learn how to paint an abstract tree line at the bottom of the canvas. This spring painting tutorial is great for beginner or intermediate acrylic painters. You can also learn how to paint the moon here!

Time Length: 29 min and 15 sec.

Click here to watch the night sky painting tutorial!

How to Paint a River with a Palette Knife

Description: In this spring painting tutorial, I show you how to use a palette knife to paint this river scene. This painting lesson is challenging for beginners and is intended for a more intermediate painter. You can gain palette knife painting experience by checking out my palette knife painting playlist on YouTube.

Time Length: 23 min and 7 sec.

Click here to watch how to paint a river with a palette knife!

Here are some other helpful palette knife painting videos:

Choosing the right palette knife for you/how to use a palette knife

Palette knife painted clouds

How to Paint an Easy Sunset with a Palette Knife

Description: Learn how to paint an easy sunset painting with a palette knife. You can check out other palette knife painting tutorials in my palette knife painting playlist on YouTube! In this tutorial, I show you how to mix colours, how to create an abstract texture with a palette knife, how to paint clouds and how to paint water/reflections. This acrylic painting lesson is intended for intermediate painters. Please watch my other palette knife painting videos - before trying this!

Time Length: 22 min and 20 sec.

Click here to watch how to paint an easy sunset with a palette knife!

If you love these acrylic painting tutorials and have found them helpful - please like the videos and subscribe to my channel to show your support! Just click the button below!

Sours: http://www.jackiepartridge.com/news/tag/spring+painting+tutorial
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Tutorial: Painting a spring landscape with early morning shadows using acrylic paint

Paul Weaver is a full-time artist, tutor and demonstrator based in Bristol, UK. Today he takes us through his process for capturing a spring landscape with shadows from the early morning sunshine using acrylic paint.

This is a view I pass on my bike ride each morning and I have been promising myself to paint it for years. When the sun shines, the light on the cottage and shadows across the road are irresistible!

Materials

Materials used were Winsor and Newton Galeria Acrylic Paints in colours: Naples Yellow, Cadmium Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Alizarin Crimson, Cobalt Blue, French Ultramarine and Titanium White. Daler Rowney System 3 Acrylic Brushes in head shapes and sizes: Bright No.10, Filbert No.8, Flat No.2 and Round No.6. The spring landscape was painted on a 10′ x 14′ Loxley Canvas Board.

Tonal Sketch

This is an essential part of my creative process and is highly recommended. I know a lot of painters avoid doing tonal sketches as they want to cut to the chase and get on with the painting, but it can avoid a lot of heartache later. By exploring the subject with a sketch before painting, I become aware of what’s there in visual terms. This helps me plan the composition and most importantly, what is going to be light or dark. My tonal sketch was rendered in pen and charcoal.

I wanted the sunlit cottage to be the focal point, placing it on the top right third. 

The shadows across the road are a key feature, as they help accentuate the morning light. The large tree on the left balances and frames the house, while the road makes an effective lead into the scene. I now felt focused and ready to paint!


Get yourfree printable sketch here and use Transfer Paper to trace it on to your canvas or paper.


Step 1

I first prepared the board with a foundation wash of Burnt Sienna to get rid of the white surface. Unlike watercolour, we don’t have to reserve the white of the painting surface and working on a tinted ground helps one to judge tones more accurately. Once dry, I sketched out the composition with a mix of Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine Blue with the edge of the flat brush.

Step 2

Referring to my initial tonal sketch, I then blocked in the main tones using Burnt Sienna and a little Ultramarine. This creates a tonal foundation, or underpainting. I don’t worry about using the correct colours at this stage. By working in monochrome, it’s easier to focus on getting the composition correct and what will be light or dark. The underpainting is my guide to where the final colours are placed with thicker paint. This working process is known as ‘fat over lean’ and works just as well with oils if you wish to try it.

Step 3

The sky was painted first, using Naples Yellow and Titanium White for the bright sunlit area on the right and at the horizon. Once dry, a mix of Cobalt Blue and Titanium White was dry brushed over the top left, feathering the edges out. The distant hills were painted with Cobalt Blue, Alizarin Crimson and a little Naples Yellow. 

The dark foliage along the roadside was added with a mix of Ultramarine and Yellow Ochre. The shaded part of the wall was achieved with Ultramarine and Burnt Sienna. 

The roof of the cottage was roughed in with Burnt Sienna and a little Naples Yellow, using diagonal brush strokes to suggest the tiles. The shaded wall was painted with Cobalt Blue and Alizarin Crimson, using Naples Yellow to lighten it and add warmth at the base. The sunlit wall was Titanium White. The underpainting helped me place colour cleanly and accurately and added subtle warmth to the colours going on top.

Step 4 

I continued to block in the rest of the painting, avoiding the temptation to add any detail or modelling yet. Everything looks a little rough and basic at this stage, but it’s important to get the basic shapes and tones working as a whole. No amount of detail will improve things if the foundation is weak!

The shadows over the road were added with Cobalt Blue, Alizarin Crimson and Naples Yellow. Note how I allowed the underpainting to show through in places, creating warmth. The sunlit road was added with Yellow Ochre and Titanium White. 

The sunlit grass on the left was blocked in with Cadmium Yellow, a little Cobalt Blue and White. For the shadows on the grass I used Cadmium Yellow, Ultramarine and a little Burnt Sienna. I used energetic, direct brush work for this, aiming to keep it loose and expressive. 

The foliage on the tree was roughed in using the same green as for the foreground shadows. The trunk was Burnt Sienna and Naples Yellow, the darker branches and shadows were added with Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine.

Step 5

Now the detailing can commence! The tree and foliage on the right were painted with the same colours I used for the larger tree on the left. The windows and edges of the roof of the cottage are dry brushed with Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine. 

The shadows under the eves and along the edge of the telegraph pole were painted using Cobalt Blue, Alizarin Crimson and Naples Yellow. The telegraph pole was then highlighted with Titanium White and Naples Yellow.

The grass along the edge of the wall was modelled with lighter greens and dark shadows beneath. It is a dry stone wall, so I added a few marks here and there to suggest texture with Cobalt Blue, Alizarin Crimson and Naples Yellow. The stones along the top were defined with Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine.

I defined the distant cottage further by darkening the trees behind it. I also added more weight to the foliage on the left hand tree with Cadmium Yellow, Cobalt Blue and a little Titanium White. When painting foliage like this in a landscape, think of the mass rather than individual leaves.

Step 6

I modelled the foreground grass using mixes of Cadmium Yellow, Naples Yellow, Cobalt Blue and Titanium White to create highlights on the sunlit areas. A few wild flowers were also dotted in with thick Cadmium Yellow and Titanium White. This little corner really illustrates the benefit of an opaque medium, working from dark to light. 

Finally I added highlights on the tree trunks with Burnt Sienna and Naples Yellow, along with a few tractor marks on the road. Note how these marks narrow as they recede. It’s also important to remember that a shadow is transparent and colours change in tone as they go in and out of it. I therefore make these marks darker in the shadows on the road using Burnt Sienna and Ultramarine and brighter in the sunlit area, using Burnt Sienna on its own.

Paul Weaver is a full-time artist, tutor and demonstrator. His primary inspirations are light and atmospheric effects. Townscapes, markets and the bustle of the city are favourite subjects, as well as landscape, marine and coastal scenes. He currently specialises in watercolour, but also enjoys working in oil, acrylic and line and wash. 

He is a demonstrator for St Cuthbert’s Mill and a regular contributor for ‘The Artist’ magazine. He is an elected member of the Pure Watercolour Society. 

For further examples of Paul’s work and details of his painting courses and holidays, please visit his website at www.paulweaverart.co.uk  

All work ©2020 Paul Weaver

Sours: https://www.artsupplies.co.uk/blog/tutorial-painting-a-spring-landscape-with-early-morning-shadows-using-acrylic-paint/
Acrylic painting for beginners/ SPRING Season Landscape Painting Tutorial

This week on our Youtube channel I posted a beginner tutorial –  Loose Watercolour Spring Flowers. If you follow my blog and youtube already you will see I love to paint flowers so I wanted to create this tutorial on how to paint my favourites in a loose watercolour technique.  To watch the tutorial please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9LkCUF4tZM

If you are a beginner then you’ll be pleased to know that we upload tutorials twice a week on Youtube so why not grab your paints and try this one with me?

Brush sizes for loose watercolour paintings

If you are new to loose watercolour painting, I suggest you start painting with a small brush as you have slightly more control and can use either the belly of the brush or tip to create wonderful shapes. I like to use a smaller brush as it also gives a realistic/characterful feel and they are very adaptable to your style.

I love to use a size 2 brush – Pro Arte size 4/0, 2, 4, – https://bit.ly/2LCtli6​

Painting in a loose watercolour style might look easy and it is very popular but I think it is harder than it seems sometimes which is why a composition piece can help you to try different shapes and colours first.

Painting loose watercolour flowers

Painting loose watercolours as a beginner

As mentioned previously I love painting in the loose watercolour style and even though it is loose I think it is so beautiful! This style is great for floral paintings as they don’t have to be symmetrical and perfect so if you apply too much pressure (or too little) the petals don’t look irregular.

A simple way to explain loose watercolour painting is that you use single brush strokes to create beautiful shapes that come together to form the picture and in this case a flower.

You can simply add detail in the same style by waiting for the page to dry and then adding additional strokes – easy right?

beginner loose watercolour

If you enjoyed this tutorial then I will be releasing a new video every Friday on our youtube channel called ‘The Watercolour Quickfix’ They are 5 minutes long and I will be covering a wide variety of subjects.

Let me know how you found this tutorial – Beginner Tutorial: Loose Watercolour Spring Flowers. I’d love to see your take on them, did you give it a go? Do you have any questions? You can comment on our youtube video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9LkCUF4tZM or follow us on Instagram – @dewintonpaperco. 

The materials I used in this tutorial were:

Paint: Winsor and Newton Artist Quality – https://bit.ly/3dJHarN​

Brushes: Pro Arte size 4/0, 2, 4, – https://bit.ly/2LCtli6​

Paper Daler Rowney Aquafine cold-pressed paper – https://bit.ly/3cmQSzn​

You will also need some kitchen roll.

Thanks for taking the time to read about our beginner tutorial this week and until next time, happy painting!🌸

 

Sours: https://dewintonpaperco.com/beginner-tutorial-loose-watercolour-spring-flowers/

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