Today I’m going to walk you through everything from the supplies I use, to how I blend my paint and even show you how to complete your first oil painting using glazing techniques!
Oil painting has this reputation for being a more advanced medium to work in. People think it’s going to be too hard and everyone’s heard about the trouble with muddy colors. I will let you in on a little secret; Oil painting is one of the easier mediums to work in IF you know how to use mixing medium and when to let your paint dry between layers.
Todays materials (amazon affiliate links):
Fredrix Belgian linen paint board 8×10
Webers permalba black http://goo.gl/pl0jQZ
Weber permalba white http://goo.gl/C6eSDm
Winsor & Newton:
winton color: light red, terre verte, cadmium yellow pale hue
artist color: naples yellow, raw umber, phthalo turquoise, zinc white, olive green
Winsor and newton set http://goo.gl/K6NULa (I’m not using the set but it is enough to get you started, remember, it’s more important to have your values correct than the perfect color!)
Mona Lisa Odorless paint thinner: http://goo.gl/CNe35Q
Mona Lisa brush tank http://goo.gl/InHC6o
Masterson Artist Palette http://goo.gl/JTRWoU
Viva Paper Towels http://goo.gl/ELODT4
Mop Brush I recommend the 12 pack on these http://goo.gl/CiWgfD I also used a #4 liner brush and two #8 filberts, both synthetic hog hair and a few stiff round brushes.
My reference photo comes from photographter Viacheslav at http://pmp-art.com/viacheslav/gallery/144784/apple
New painting videos Wednesdays at 3pm CST
Lachri Fine Art official website: http://www.lachri.com
Lachri Prints: http://lachri.artistwebsites.com/
Time lapse and speed painting tutorials and demonstrations by award winning artist Lachri. Learn how to paint portraits, surreal landscapes, pets, lions, tigers, and birds…pretty sure a Wizard of OZ reference should be made right about now. Get tips and watch techniques for working in acrylic and oil paint, carbon pencil, graphite and colored pencil.
The background music is me playing violin.
This video was shot using the Canon VIXIA HF G20 HD camcorder.