Today we will be finishing up the underpainting for the portrait. The goal is to set ourselves up for the next stage: the first color pass. What we want out of this underpainting is to make sure the drawing and values are well established. By well established I mean that the outlines and tones convey form convincingly.
Tomorrow we will begin the first color pass!
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The materials used in this video are listed below,
Winsor & Newton- Titanium White
Winsor & Newton- Burnt Umber
Thinner/Brush Cleaner: Chelsea Classical Studio Citrus Essence
Panel: 12×12” Mdf panel gessoed with Liquiex Professional Acrylic Gesso (2 coats) and toned with a mixture of gesso and burnt umber acrylic paint.
Princeton Summit 2 Round 6100R
Master’s Touch size 1 round
Princeton Select 2 Fan brush