Have you ever wanted to try your hand at Oil painting but didn't know where to begin. I think if you are a watercolorist, mixed media, or acrylic painter then water-mixable oils is the perfect way to try your hand at oil painting. I love that it cleans up nicely with water. This is definitely a way for you to experiment with oil paint without breaking the bank. Guys, this oil paint is super inexpensive and we'll only be using 5 colors. I'll show you how to mix color and thin it out so it brushes on and moves over your substrate.
The things I love about water mixable oils:
the Weber brand I use is nice and rich and thick.... AND it's inexpensive
it mixes with water, so no messy solvents and fumes!
it pairs nicely with acrylic mediums
it dries WAY faster!
it acts just like regular oil paint as far as consistency goes
Class begins August 7th, 2017
Early bird registration through July 23rd - $40
Regular registration begins July 24 - $55
Class content details:
2 videos about mixing color
create a large bouquet with palette knife and brushes
create oil sketch thumbnail practice sketches of little faces
paint a coffee mug still life with thick paint application
paint a small portrait on wood
an hour and a half worth of real time video content
6 total videos
we will be working with only 5 colors
Weber oil colors - Pthalo Blue, Cadmium Yellow medium hue, Cadmium Red Medidum hue, Van dyke brown , permanent white
palette knife - any will work. I just use a cheapie plastic one
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