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Tag: Color Mixing & The Art of Tone Value & Scheme
An old friend of Tomie’s, Will Hillenbrand, the author and illustrator of award-winning books like What a Treasure!, Traveling to Tondo, Spring Is Here, and Louie!, first met Tomie 27 years ago when Will and his wife, Jane, attended the opening reception for a show of dePaola’s work in Nashua, New Hampshire. The next day they took dePaola’s workshop, “So You Want To Write a Children’s Book.” In November 2012, Will and Tomie chatted in dePaola’s 200-year-old barn studio in New Hampshire.
One of the most common things I hear about why artists use acrylic is that it’s versatile. You can use it in many different ways, including blending it as you would oil paint. See what I mean in this lesson from Acrylic Revolution by Nancy Reyner.
In the November 2013 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, Sadie Valeri teaches you how to draw a value sphere from start to finish by using a controlled graphite shading technique to render light shining on a three-dimensional object.
When you’re passionate about something, it feels good to have something tangible in your hands to browse in your spare time, because while it doesn’t feel like work, it’s still honoring what you love: cooking, for example, and of course, art…
What can an attendee expect to learn about Albert Munsell’s color theory at Graydon Parrish’s workshop at the the Greand Central Academy of Art? Artist and attendee Louise B. Hafesh describes her experience.
I apply a tonal wash of warm and cool colors on the canvas with a No. 9 Robert Simmons flat bristle brush. To make the paint fluid for the wash, I use a combination of pure gum turpentine and Maroger medium. This mixture allows me to move the paint around in a loose manner. I then use a rag to wipe out the large shapes of light patterns that I see on the model’s face.
Intro to Hi Fi Digital Coloring with Brian Miller If you’ve ever wanted to explore the digital coloring techniques used by comic book and sci-fi artists to create vibrant characters, this is a great tutorial to get started. Expert comic …