This week, I return to the banks of the River Exe to paint the scene that featured in a previous video in a looser style. If you would like to compare the 2 landscape paintings, then the previous version can be seen coming to life in this video: https://youtu.be/U7e4Ta9NLaE For both paintings I use Atelier interactive acrylic but for this one I also use watercolour markers for a couple of finishing touches.
Starting out with an outline of the pig in watercolour marker pen, I used large and small round brushes to add thin layers of watercolour paint to create, form, light and shadow on this pig. Finally, I add a few details to the face and head in this ten minute watercolour painting of a pig.
Posting this a day late due to a visit to Buckingham Palace, but the video did go up on Sunday (just) as usual :-) This week I paint an impressionism style flock of sheep and lambs using Atelier interactive acrylic paint in real time.
This week, I do a quick en plein air painting of a misty morning at the beach. Using Atelier interactive acrylics, working in the open air, I watch the waves roll in at Fistral Beach and paint the subtle colours in the morning mist over the water. This is just a quick study but captures some of the atmosphere of being at Fistral beach when there's a sea fret. See the hi-res pic here
This week, I go through a real-time acrylic painting of a sheep looking straight at you, mainly focusing on the head of the sheep. This time, I painted using a textural, impressionist style and also included a background landscape. If you want to get a closer look at the brush work, you can see the hi-res version of the painting here.
This week, I'm sat on the bank of the River Exe in Devon for a real time en plein air acrylic painting. Lots of different things to paint in this spot, hills, water, trees, reeds etc. Great fun being outside painting landscapes or riverscapes.
In this real time acrylic painting video I create a painting of a black cow lying down in amongst the heather and gorse up on Dartmoor in Devon. This landscape animal painting features impressionist style distant hills and plants along with a precisely painted cow. Using Atelier interactive acrylics throughout, this video has no soundtrack, so you can just sit back and enjoy the painting of this black cow come to life. This video acts as a tutorial for both landscape and animal paintings.
This week, I'm back down at Fistral beach in Cornwall to do some en plein air paintings using acrylic. In this video, I go through a painting from start to finish in real time while sat on the beach and also chat about the other paintings I created on the same day. Had a brilliant time in the sunshine taking in the sea air! Hope you enjoy this week's episode of the Sunday Art Show.