Painting a sea shore with crashing waves – Chuck Black Art

In this video Artist Chuck Black explains and shows how to paint a seascape with all the classic elements of this genre: a blue sky with dramatic  clouds and a crashing wave on the shore. 


Seascape painting tutorial with Golden fluid acrylics. Acrylic painting techniques for waves and clouds.

In this video art lesson I cover acrylic techniques on how to paint the large storm clouds in the sky. I also show how to paint the details and textures in the waves and water. I used various paint brushes which I cover throughout the video lesson.

If you have any questions about this painting, how to paint any aspect of this painting, or the acrylic painting techniques used, leave it in the comments below and I’m happy to answer! Thanks for watching this weeks art lesson!

Materials used:
– Golden fluid acrylic paint (titanium white, carbon black, prussian blue, primary yellow, primary cyan)
– Liquitex soft body acrylic paint (cad red, cadmium orange)
– Water for mixing into the paints (thinning) and washing brushes
– Round brushes are either Artist Loft or Princeton brand (round blender/scumbling)
– 16×20″ stretched canvas

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