This week, I try a mixed media experiment to draw a friesian cow using watercolour marker pens, then take a clean wet brush to move the paint around, spray the paint with water to create effects, then use interactive acrylic paint to fill in the background and put some highlights on the cow. See you next week, for the next episode of the Sunday Art Show.
In this week's episode of the Sunday Art Show, I use Atelier Interactive acrylics to paint a sheep lying down in the English countryside. Inspired by a flock on the edge of Exeter in Devon, thin washes are used to suggest background hills and hedgerows, then thicker paint is used for the foreground grass and sheep that includes a wider range of colours and textures. See you next Sunday for the next episode of the Sunday Art Show! :-)
In this episode of the Sunday Art Show, I spend about ten minutes experimenting with a combination of alcohol based marker pen, acrylic paint and acrylic paint markers to create a painting (or drawing) of a sheep in bright sun light.
In this week's episode of the Sunday Art Show, I work on a quick ten minute painting to capture some hills, trees and hedges in acrylic. Really enjoying the challenge of these quick ten minute studies, I hope to use a more considered version of this composition in the near future for a landscape painting based on the countryside near Exeter, maybe with a few sheep in the bottom left of frame and a few up on the distant hill.
In this week's the Sunday Art Show, I demonstrate how to paint an oak tree using acrylic paint. This oak tree painting tutorial uses conventional acrylic paint first, then this is over-painted with atelier interactive acrylic paint and a variety of brush strokes, mark making and blending techniques. You can also see some close-ups of the painting here.
In this week's episode of the Sunday Art Show, I use acrylic paint to capture a typical English countryside scene in this ten minute painting demonstration. Vibrant colours and gestural brush strokes are used to capture the hills, fields, hedges and trees of the Devon countryside in this real time landscape tutorial. Hope to see you next Sunday, for the next episode of the Sunday Art Show:
Today, I paint a real time ten minute landscape painting that is inspired by the view of the River Exe from the end of Dawlish Warren beach. I sketched in a few lines while standing on the Devon sand and enjoying the sunshine. Then, back at the studio and working from memory, I use Atelier interactive acrylics to quickly create a scene of a boat on calm blue water with rolling hills in the distance. See you next Sunday for the next episode of the Sunday Art Show.
The Sunday Art Show: In this real time animal painting video tutorial, I begin with a blob of blue interactive acrylic paint in the middle of the paper and then, with a spray of water and a flat brush, start to move this around on the page to demonstrate how to paint a pig. This is another ten minute painting challenge, a really good way to emphasise efficiency of painting technique and an opportunity to experiment with new colours and techniques. See more of my work athttp://www..mikejory.co.uk
In this episode of the Sunday Art Show: A real time ten minute acrylic sheep painting tutorial. I begin with some loose line drawing of the sheep using a big acrylic paint marker pen and then complete the painting using atelier interactive acrylics and expressive, impressionist style brush work. This video demonstrates how to paint a sheep in just a few minutes but you can check out more detailed sheep paintings and drawings here: https://mike-jory.pixels.com/collections/sheep+paintings See you next Sunday for the next episode of the Sunday Art Show!