I would love to see a live lesson using prismacolor markers. I have not seen anything like that on your fabulous website. Thanks in advance - Kyle
Hi Matt,I too would love to see something on markers. I've seen a few videos recently where markers have been used with coloured pencils and other media to create very realistic and great looking drawings. Thanks,D
how about alla prima oil painting videos tutorial
I have a couple different suggestions for you, Matt. How about something on caricature or cartooning, and something on signing your artwork.Cartooning is a lot of fun, it's very freeform, and I think it's the way many people get into drawing when they are kids. I certainly did. Some Technics and pointers would be great!Q I sometimes find that after I create a piece in oil pastel or colored pencil or other media that it is so dark or heavily layered that qit is difficult to sign. Signing on the edges is not an option because I want to mat and frame the piece
Hi Matt. I have a rather strange request, so feel free to give it a funny look and ignore it ;-)I'm British, so I am a big fan of art that depicts rain really well. Strange as that may seem. I am often found in the conservatory when it's raining, simply because I like the sound.Leonid Afremov's ability to paint rainy parks and urban landscapes is amazing. I would love to learn how to create rainy scenes in different mediums. My current mediums of choice are coloured pencil and soft pastel, but I am more than happy to pick up new ones. I am looking into watercolour as well, having just re-discovered my old watercolour set. And I have a new Faber Castell oil pastel set...
Hi Matt, is there a clear way of planning watercolour washes i.e. a set of rules to work to when planning a watercolour painting?Regards,Jim