Live Lessons: Blueberries with Acrylics
About This Lesson Series...
In this lesson series, we'll use acrylic paints to develop an interesting still life painting of blueberries.
Lesson 1 (1:03:05)
In lesson one, we discuss the materials and strategy for this painting. We begin drawing the blueberries with a graphite pencil using a grid for accuracy.
Lesson 2 (1:15:34)
In lesson two, we begin with acrylic paint, addressing two of the blueberries.
Lesson 3 (1:06:08)
In lesson three, we change the background and continue work on the top row of blueberries.
Lesson 4 (1:08:17)
In lesson four, we work down to the second row of blueberries and attempt to speed up the process by addressing several blueberries at once.
Lesson 5 (1:03:43)
In lesson five, we continue to develop the blueberries, concentrating on giving each blueberry its own "personality".
Lesson 6 (1:11:53)
In lesson six, we add more blueberries and touches of Burnt Sienna to the existing blueberries.
Lesson 7 (1:33:00)
In lesson seven, we complete the painting by addressing the last row of blueberries and the background.
Resources for this Lesson...
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Here's what you'll need...
- Acrylic Paint
- Nylon Brushes
- Graphite Pencil
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what kind of paper are we using?
Hi from Palma Mallorca
I use a palette called a Majello palette,put a wet paper towel in the middle and it stays wet for over a month as long as the paper towel stays wet! Sometimes they mold!
You are missing a blueberrie