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  • A Brush with Wildlife Video with Pip McGarry in Oil
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    On location at Marwell Zoo, Pip McGarry visits the Meerkat enclosure, where he demonstrates how to compose a quick sketch using live models! Continuing his search for a subject, Pip meets the keeper of the rhino area who introduces him to Kiri, a willing participant for Pip’s first painting. Using oils, Pip explains how to begin painting and what to consider when painting wildlife.
    Finishing a painting of two giraffes which he had previously painted, Pip introduces backgrounds, explaining why he leaves them until after the main picture has been completed. This valuable resource contains everything you need to know about painting a successful wildlife picture, a joy to watch!

    $12.95
  • Autumn in Vermont: An Oil Painting Workshop Without Fumes with Sean Dye
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    Sean Dye will lead you through a complete oil landscape painting. He will show his unique, exciting approach to capturing the outside world. The whole painting is created with non-toxic, yet permanent pigments, as well as low odor solvent and painting medium. You will learn everything you need to know about sketching the composition, under-painting, mixing color and using layers of color.

    $12.95
  • Capturing the Beauty of Irises with Jane Jones
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    Irises are majestic flowers that command attention in any painting and on this DVD you will learn strategies for painting the light on the billowy upper petals, and discover the anatomy of the lower petals so you can create their dramatic arc and flow.  You will discover how to paint the flutters and ruffles on the petal edges that are so much a part of these flowers’ attraction.  
     
    Some topics included are:
    Create dimension and realism with edges that dance
    Strategies for painting complex areas and how to simplify for clarity and beauty.
    Going beyond the information in your reference photos: what to look for and how to add it.
    Capturing the effect of light in the delicate petals
    Paying attention to the small details for realism
    Simplify for clarity and beauty

    $12.95
  • Capturing the Beauty of Roses with Jane Jones
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    Roses are so beautiful and can seem intimidating to paint.  In this DVD you will learn how to break them down into manageable steps so that you can successfully add these exquisite flowers to your paintings.  I share strategies for controlling the information in your reference material so that the painting process is filled with small victories that add up to roses that feel like you can reach in and savor their perfume.  Some of the topics included are:
     
     
    How light interacts with the petals, inside and out.
    Details that add life and dimension 
    Simplifying for beauty and clarity
    Bringing your roses to life with light and shadows
    Interpreting edges and light
    Evaluating and emphasizing the dimensionality of roses
    Patience and Victories
    Improving on your reference material
    Adjusting your drawing to create more beauty than in your reference material.  

    $12.95
  • Capturing the Beauty of Tulips with Jane Jones
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    Learn to paint tulips that are infused with sunlight.  As light interacts with the petals, they come alive and learning what to look for and how to translate it into paint can have you creating flowers that are dancing with life.  The details in each flower are what make each blossom uniquely beautiful and with this DVD you will learn how to analyze your reference material so that you can take your tulips to the next level of realism and beauty.
     
    Topics presented include:
     
    Learn to create dimension and light in your tulips so that the flowers are so realistic that they reach out of the painting.  
    Mixing colors for the painting so that they all work together to create harmony and interest.  
    Look for those details that make your flower paintings extraordinary.  
    Strategies for painting complicated areas of your flowers.
    Knowing what to look for will assist you in seeing the details that will take your flower painting to the next level of beauty.   
    You will know what details to look for in your reference material so that you can use those to create flowers at the next level.  
    How to analyze tulips so that you can confidently add them to your paintings.

    $12.95
  • Capturing the Seasons in Oils with Tim Deibler
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    The natural world is a source of constant inspiration and amazement for many artists. Learning to paint natural representations of each of the four seasons can be quite a challenge for beginning and intermediate students, which is why this oil painting workshop with Tim Deibler is a must-watch for all landscape painters.
    Many artists find it difficult to know exactly where to start an oil painting, especially when working from a photo reference or painting in plein air. Deibler starts this workshop with a discussion of four different approaches to start the painting, and demonstrates how to create focal points in a loose, spontaneous style.
    Through Deibler’s step-by-step approach, you’ll learn a straightforward method for creating a scene by using simple, geometric shapes. Deibler will also teach you how to build paint layers to create definition and shape elements so that your paintings will produce great effects with minimum effort.
    The oil painting workshop continues with an essential introduction to the four key elements of painting: shapes, values, color and edges. Students will learn the importance of capturing seasonal changes and the effect of light and reflection on the land. You’ll also learn how to pick out simple geometric shapes in the landscape for easier composition of your paintings.
    During the course of this easy to remember instructional video, you’ll be inspired to get out and experience nature and paint what you see, no matter what season it is.

    $12.95
  • Confidence With Color Mixing with Jane Jones – Part 1 of 3
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    In this set of three DVDs, Jane Jones presents all of the color mixing information that you will ever need to mix the color that you want EVERY TIME. You will learn to use the qualities of color: hue, value, temperature and intensity so that your color mixing time will be FUN and more efficient. Jane Jones presents and demonstrates four different projects, and if you complete them, you will find that your color sensitivity increases as you learn how to mix the colors that YOU WANT, not just what you got from your paint.
    The most important part of learning to mix color is learning how to THINK about it. The camera is stationary above Jane’s palette, so you will see how she very carefully mixes colors, as she talks about the color mixing thought process that she is using; the same thought process that she uses while she is creating her paintings. Some of the topics that are presented include:
    • How to mix a series of values or intensities easily
    • Using your palette to your advantage
    • Utilizing value, temperature and intensity to define your colors so you can mix and adjust your colors confidently
    • How to THINK about color and make it work for you
    Menu: Disk 1
    Introduction
    Chapter 1 – Color Wheel Basics
    Chapter 2 – Color Chart Pages – Making Friends with Your Paint

    $12.95
  • Confidence With Color Mixing with Jane Jones – Part 2 of 3
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    This set of three DVDs has all of the color mixing information that you will ever need to mix the color that you want EVERY TIME. You will learn to use the qualities of color: hue, value, temperature and intensity so that your color mixing time will be FUN and more efficient. Four different projects are presented and demonstrated, and if you complete them, you will find that your color sensitivity increases as you learn how to mix the colors that YOU WANT, not just what you got from your paint.
    The most important part of learning to mix color is learning how to THINK about it. The camera is stationary above my palette, so you will see how I very carefully mix colors, as I talk about the color mixing thought process that I am using; the same thought process that I use while I am creating my paintings. Some of the topics that are presented include:
    • How to mix a series of values or intensities easily
    • Using your palette to your advantage
    • Utilizing value, temperature and intensity to define your colors so you can mix and adjust your colors confidently
    • How to THINK about color and make it work for you
    Disk 2
    Chapter 3 – Value Studies
    Chapter 4 – Color Temperature and Temperature Bias Studies

    $12.95
  • Confidence With Color Mixing with Jane Jones – Part 3 of 3
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    This set of three DVDs has all of the color mixing information that you will ever need to mix the color that you want EVERY TIME. You will learn to use the qualities of color: hue, value, temperature and intensity so that your color mixing time will be FUN and more efficient. Four different projects are presented and demonstrated, and if you complete them, you will find that your color sensitivity increases as you learn how to mix the colors that YOU WANT, not just what you got from your paint.
    The most important part of learning to mix color is learning how to THINK about it. The camera is stationary above my palette, so you will see how I very carefully mix colors, as I talk about the color mixing thought process that I am using; the same thought process that I use while I am creating my paintings. Some of the topics that are presented include:
    • How to mix a series of values or intensities easily
    • Using your palette to your advantage
    • Utilizing value, temperature and intensity to define your colors so you can mix and adjust your colors confidently
    • How to THINK about color and make it work for you
    Disk 3
    Chapter 5 – Color Complements and Intensity Color Wheel
    Chapter 6 – How to THINK about Mixing the Right Color Every Time
    Other DVDs, book and credits

    $12.95
  • Creating Luscious Colors by Using Colored Underpaintings with Jane Jones
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    Jane Jones shows you how to create these dazzling colors with underpainting and glazing. The difference here is that the underpainting has color. Opaque colors can be beautiful, but the brightest ones are transparent and are best used as glazes. To create the brightest color, Jane Jones shows you how to create a colored underpainting that will create colors that glow with life and light. The keys to a successful underpainting are presented along with how to create glazes that add glorious depth and richness to your painting.
    Some of the topics that are presented include:
    Create luminous colors by using a colored underpainting
    and glazes on top
    Making changes to the photo for a better composition
    Tips for successful underpaintings
    Advantages of underpainting and glazing
    Why underpainting and glazing is so beautiful
    Creating a glass-like painting surface
    Illusion of light in the underpainting
    Analyzing your underpainting
    Controlling value and intensity of glazes
    Applying beautiful and successful glazes
    Menu
    Introduction
    Chapter 1 – Working Photo and Toning Layer
    Chapter 2 – Background and Drapery Underpainting
    Chapter 3 – Underpainting the Yellow and Red Tulip
    Chapter 4 – Underpainting the Orange Tulips
    Chapter 5 – Underpainting of the Leaves and First Layer of Glaze
    Chapter 6 – Second Layer of Glaze
    Chapter 7 – Third Layer of Glaze and Completed Painting
    Other DVDs, book and credits
    Approximately: 2 hours

    $12.95
  • Drawing & Painting People with John Raynes – Part 2 of 2
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    Drawing and Painting People offers the unique opportunity to see John Raynes in action and for his instruction to be brought to life through video for the first time ever.
    Part 1 – Approaching Portraits with Confidence
    An in-depth look at the head and face, John explores and explains the relationship of the face to the head and the positioning of our features. After learning to master the eyes, ears, nose and mouth, you’ll be shown how to bring them all together in a head and shoulders portrait.
    Part 2 – Understanding the Anatomy of the Body
    Taking you through demonstrations of reclining and full standing portraits by drawing from Life, John Raynes explains the anatomy and the behavior of male and female bodies with the principles you need to remember when painting your subjects.
    Part 3 – Capture the Nature of Hair and Skin.
    Painting from photographs, John helps you develop your portraiture skills by guiding you through Asian, White and African skin colours and different hair types.

    $12.95
  • Elegant Drapery with Jane Jones
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    This video workshop, with oil painter, Jane Jones presents the thought and painting processes for
    creating successful rolls, folds and wrinkles in drapery. Fabric
    can be a wonderful addition to so many compositions, but can
    be intimidating to draw and paint. Jane Jones shows you how, by paying attention to three simple elements you will learn how to confidently paint the forms and movements of fabric; from simple rolls and wrinkles to areas that are more complex. Although the painting was done in oils, the ideas and techniques can be used in any media.
    Some topics that are presented include:
    Painting a background with subtle gradations
    Brush technique for blending
    Three simple elements for creating folds
    Glazing the shadows
    Mixing “whites”
    How flower petals are like drapery folds
    Contents (Menu)
    Introduction or start of video
    Chapter 1 – Drawing
    Chapter 2 – Why’s and how’s of a toning layer
    Chapter 3 – Background
    Chapter 4 – Creating simple rolls in drapery
    Chapter 5 – Three simple elements for creating folds
    Chapter 6 – Analysis of painted drapery and hanging folds
    Chapter 7 – Glazing the drapery, mixing whites and
    painting the flower
    Chapter 8 – Reinforcing the darks in the flower
    Chapter 9 – Details in the flower and completed painting
    Other DVDs, Books and Credits
    Approximately 2 hours

    $12.95
  • Foamburst Video with Roy Lang
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    If you enjoy painting striking pictures in oils then this video is a must!
    In this inspiring video, award winning seascape artist Roy Lang reveals the secrets of painting the sea. He demonstrates how to create a breathtaking foamburst as it dramatically smashes over a rock.
    Roy will help you conquer all the different textures of the sea, create a sense of movement, capture reflections and catch the light as it hits the spray.
    In just 20 minutes, Roy will take you on a journey in oils from a basic sketch through to the finished foamburst, truly capturing the mood of the sea.

    $12.95
  • Go Big-A lesson in creating large art with Nicole Kennedy
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    Nicole Kennedy, artist, art instructor, and gallery owner, demonstrates the methods and techniques used by artists to take their art to a larger scale. Nicole will teach you how to break down the painting into steps, making the process of “going big” a breeze. Creating large paintings increases the value of your art and helps you get noticed! When it comes to large scale painting, there is no better teacher than Nicole. Her gallery experience has given her extensive insight into what works and what doesn’t. Get a front row seat for “Go Big!”, Nicole Kennedy’s new workshop on large scale art!

    $12.95
  • Illusions of Light and Shadow with Jane Jones
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    In this oil painting class with Jane Jones you will learn the basic forms of cube, cylinder, cone and sphere. You will see how light affects the communication and mood of
    a painting. You will also learn how to analyze forms and construct them in your paintings to create the illusions of dimension and light. Jane Jones shows you the limitations of the information in photographs so that you can
    take control of the images and create a good representation of reality based on what you know. Although oil is used in the demonstrations, the information is good for all media, and subject matter.
    Some topics that are presented include:
    Analysis of basic forms: cube, cylinder, cone, sphere
    Overcoming the limitations of the information in your photographs
    Constructing convincing illusions of form in your paintings
    Lighting and surroundings determine the mood and
    communication of your painting
    Be the stage director of your paintings
    Great basic information for artists in all media and subject matter
    How to analyze the forms in your subject matter
    Creating a painting using the information in photographs
    Contents (Menu)
    Introduction or start of video
    Introduction
    Chapter 1 – Basic Forms in Light
    Chapter 2 – Painting the Basic Forms
    Chapter 3 – Analyzing the Vase and Painting It
    Chapter 4 – Analyzing the Drapery and Painting It
    Chapter 5 – Finished Drapery and Beginning the Tulip
    Chapter 6 – Glazing the Darkest Darks and the Leaves
    Chapter 7 – Darker Background and the Finished Painting
    Other DVDs, Books and Credits
    Approximately 2 hours

    $12.95
  • Introduction to Painting Clear Glass with Jane Jones
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    This oil painting instructional video with Jane Jones will show you, step-by-step, how to paint a piece of simple clear glass. You will learn how to paint this piece, but also how to think about the process so that you can paint a simple piece of clear glass in your still life. The illusion of clear glass can be intimidating, but Jane Jones breaks it into small, easy steps. Once you create your own illusion of glass, you will be hooked! Although the demonstration is done with oils, the process can be done in any media.
    Also included is how to paint pansies that glow with color and personality.
    Some topics that are presented include:
    The color of clear glass
    Three things that create the illusion of clear glass
    Creating bright highlights on glass
    Glass with dimension
    Construct believable illusions of transparency
    Troubleshooting glass that doesn’t quite work
    Using underpainting and glazing to create luminous pansies
    Subtle changes to shadows on flower petals create softness
    Painting simple flower petals
    Simple line work in the “whiskers” of the pansy face
    Contents (Menu)
    Introduction or start of video
    Chapter 1 – Background and shelf
    Chapter 2 – Beginning the pansies
    Chapter 3 – Details and glazing on the pansies
    Chapter 4 – Beginning the glass
    Chapter 5 – More of the glass and finishing the pansies
    Chapter 6 – Finishing touches
    Other DVDs, Book and Credits
    Approximately 2 hours

    $12.95
  • Luminous Color with Underpainting and Glazing: Hard and Shiny Fruits with Brass with Jane Jones
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    This DVD will show you how to create an underpainting in oils with enough white in it so that when the transparent glaze colors are painted on top of it, the glaze colors will glow with light. I love this technique for several reasons, but the qualities that I love most about it are the luminosity and beauty of the colors.
    Some of the topics that are presented include:
    Using mop brushes to smooth out your paint
    Mixing colors for the underpainting
    Brush techniques for blending the paint
    Color choices for glazing
    How to apply glazes for maximum luminosity
    Confidently building the dark areas of a painting
    Creating the illusion of “shine” and reflections
    Contents (Menu)
    Introduction or start of video
    Chapter 1 – Drawing and Composition
    Chapter 2 – Toning Layer
    Chapter 3 – Background and Tabletop
    Chapter 4 – Background Analysis, 2nd Layer for Background,
    Brush Cleaning and Drying Time
    Chapter 5 – Underpainting and Blending
    Chapter 6 – First Layer of Glaze
    Chapter 7 – Second Layer of Glaze and Blushes
    Chapter 8 – More Glazes, Leaves and Highlights
    Chapter 9 – Finishing Touches
    Other DVDs, books and credits
    Approximately 2 hours
    All rights to images and content are reserved by Jane Jones
    Copyright 2006
    www.janejonesartist.com

    $12.95
  • Moonlight Breaker Video with Roy Lang
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    If you enjoy painting striking pictures in oils then this video is a must have for anyone’s art video collection!
    In this video demonstration, Roy Lang demonstrates how to capture a rolling wave breaking in the moonlight. With clever use of colours, Roy adds highlights, creating a sense of intense light reflecting through a collapsing wave. In this dramatic scene he also shows you how to catch the moonlight shine on the sea spray and foam surface. The result is a realistic moody composition, sure to inspire!

    $12.95
  • Nudes from Life in Oils with Luconi Winner
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    The human form offers timeless beauty. In Luana Luconi Winner’s series “Nudes from Life,” you will get the opportunity to learn about recreating the figure from a live model. Unlike drawing or painting from an image, learn how to take advantage of a live model as well as how to recreate all the elements that go into an organic looking piece of art. In this DVD, Winner focuses on the female form. The model, being 6 months pregnant, offers the unique beauty that only a mother-to-be can bring, and aids in learning of the human curvature. A very special opportunity in figure painting that should not be missed!
    A founding member of the Portrait Society of America, Luana Luconi Winner was schooled in Rome, Florence, Switzerland, and the USA, and currently resides in North Carolina. Her studies included high school in Rome, Italy, college in Switzerland, and study in New York at the Art Students League, the Florence Academy of Art, and study with the world’s greatest portrait artists. Now a nationally recognized portrait artist, Luana’s portraits and murals hang in corporations, universities, and residences on both sides of the ocean. Luana is a stimulating workshop teacher stateside and abroad.

    $12.95
  • Oil Painting, A Four Color Landscape with Wilson Bickford
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    Wilson Bickford, artist and art educator, has perfected the art of the “wet-on-wet” painting technique. This extremely popular painting style, for its ease of learning and fantastic results, has helped create new fine artists since its beginning. In these DVDs, Bickford gives the viewer the ability to not only create a beautiful piece of art start to finish, but also teaches you practical and important painting techniques which will get you well on your way to becoming a fine artist. Each DVD is recommended for beginners.

    $12.95
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