2018 WORKSHOP #3: 9/21-22-23/2018

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2018 WORKSHOP #3: 9/21-22-23/2018

350.00

In this exciting workshop, you’ll learn how to paint a portrait in oil using age-old and modern techniques from a reference photo. You can expect hands-on instruction and lots of tips and tricks along the way. We’ll jump right in on the first day briefly discussing Adobe Photoshop and printing out a color reference. We’ll then apply the drawing onto the toned canvas by either tracing or projection and ink-in the lines. After a review of color and mixing skin tones we’ll block-in the first thin layer of color then paint the portrait with subsequent thicker layers and finalize the subtle details. Students can expect to walk away from this class with a basic knowledge needed to paint a portrait from a photo to achieve likeness, skin-tones, and detail.

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SUPPLY LIST (Jerry's Artorama is my favorite)

Canvas:
16 x20 Deluxe Professional Oil Primed Linen Stretched Canvas Centurion (OP DLX) or equivalent grade

Windsor & Newton Artists Oil Colors: 
Alizarin Crimson, Yellow Ochre, Cerulean Blue, Burnt Sienna, Raw umber, Titanium white, Ultramarine blue, and Ivory Black.

Brushes:
3 Windsor & Newton Monarch filbert brushes sizes 2-3-4
Windsor & Newton series 7 sable brush size 2

Other:
Palette knife
2 small glass containers
Roll of blue shop towels
Glass or wood palette (no palette paper please)