Join me into a reboot of my very popular Primitive Portraits class series! This class is all about getting back to the basics and allowing ourselves to enjoy the process of painting faces quickly and applauding that they are primitive, raw, and undone. I have overworked my portraits many times and wish I would have let them be more raw. There is an innocence and beauty in the simplicity of expression and emotion. The viewer is left with to interpret on their own. I like to say, "you don't always have to give the viewer every little detail." Sometimes things get lost when it's all given. Let's leave some room for mystery and beauty....and primitiveness.
Do I need to take the previous Primitive Portraits 1, 2, or 3 to sign up for this class?
No. This is a stand alone class.
Supply list: (keep in mind, there may be a few additional supplies added to the list as I finish up filming)
muted turquoise - liquitex ink
Caran d'ache - neocolor ii's (set of 30 would be perfect or pick a few muted tones in blue, green, purple, red, pink that you like) don't worry about specific colors.
tag pad - Julie Nutting
mop brush (my favorite brush!! Great for dry brushing)
Bamboo brush - size 16 (to work with inks and/or watercolor)
catalyst wedge - no 6 (the gray one)
eraser and or stick eraser
prismacolor colored pencils - red, green, blue, purple
daniel smith dot sheet - 66 dots (a great way to see if you like watercolors and to test many colors)
FW ink - paynes gray (or you can also use black)
3x6 wood panel - pick up a couple
wood Kokeshi dolls - 2 -- or you could work on peg dolls.
quin. nickel azo gold - golden heavy body or fluid
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