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  • Improve Your Twilight Waterscapes Video with Joe Francis Dowden
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    Joe Francis Dowden demonstrates how to paint a beautiful sunset beach on a cold twilight evening and a rowing boat on a tranquil lake. He shows you with ease how to create soft focus reflections and silhouettes of people, some with just a few single brush strokes.
    With easy-to-follow techniques, Joe shows you how to create movement, add strong contrast and give that feeling of distance, the essential elements to create drama in your paintings!

    $12.95
  • Improve Your Water in Watercolour Video with Joe Francis Dowden
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    In this video, part of a popular series, Joe Dowden shows you some of the techniques you can use to create fantastic water in your paintings. The projects include sea and water, a river with simple reflections, and a rippling stream.
    Using some unlikely pieces of equipment, such as scissors and wax candle, Joe brings the techniques of painting water to life and explains them in an easy to follow way. You will be sure to learn a great deal from Joe’s friendly style, improving your water painting skills significantly by the end of the three projects.

    $12.95
  • Improve Your Water Painting Techniques in Watercolour with Gordon Mackenzie
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    Painting water can be one of the most visually pleasing but quite often equally challenging aspects of a painting…until now!
    Gordon MacKenzie unravels a series of water painting techniques in watercolour that are sure to add a new dimension t your painting. Gorgon believes “Painting water doesn’t have to be hard – it’s just a matter of learning a few techniques. The rest is just practice!”
    Gordon first paints a unique rock pool scene capturing what’s visible both above and beneath the water’s surface. Gordon compares this technique to looking through a Venetian blind – when the blind is open you can see the blind itself but also what’s beyond it. The results are truly stunning and the techniques speak for themselves.
    The second painting Gordon tackles focuses on looking through water from directly above. Gordon uses a negative painting technique to paint the space between the rocks and adds to the effect by creating shafts of light descending into the depths.
    For his final painting, Gordon uses a paper towel to create white caped waves in a stunning seascape.
    Learn to paint water with a reality you never thought possible!

    $12.95
  • Paint the Sea and Shoreline in Watercolors Using Special Effects with E John Robinson
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    This companion DVD Lesson complements his Book-on-CD, “Paint the Sea and Shoreline in Watercolor Using Special Effects!” Watch, up close, as each nuance of E. John’s brush strokes demonstrates the techniques and all the action of painting seascapes in watercolor! Learn the anatomy of waves, understand the colors of the sea and master foam and spray effects.

    $12.95
  • Painting Venice 1 – Basic Wet in Wet with Frederick Moir Bertie
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  • Painting Venice 2 – Basic Wet in Wet with Frederick Moir Bertie
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    The first four minutes of this video is a video tour of Venice to provide atmosphere, context and inspriation.

    The two projects included in this video are designed to demonstrate exercises which will complement your finished paintings.  These simple exercises will instil confidence when undertaking a “proper” painting.

    Project 1: Evening Mist in Venice
    Project 2 A View of a Canal

     

    $4.95$14.95
  • Surf Watching for Seascape Painting with E John Robinson
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    Includes:
    * Part 1 – Basic Waves
    * Part 2 – Foam & Foam Patterns
    * Part 3 – Rocks & Water Spills
    * Part 4 – Beaches, Headlands & Driftwood
    * Part 5 – Sky & Clouds
    A Study of Ocean Waves in FULL COLOR.
    This is not a seascape painting lesson, but an essential study for all Seascape Artists, whether you live by the sea or inland. Stand on the shore with E. John as he explains how ocean waves are formed. Then using slow motion and stop-action video, observe while E. John narrates and describes in detail, how waves and foam break and spill upon the shore and rocks.
    Descriptive narrative by E John Robinson of “Surf Watching” DVD:
    “…we’re going to show you these seas, we’re going to show you waves both small and large, storm waves, foam patterns, rocks and their spills, sand, beaches, driftwood and skies. We are going to put them all together because they are component parts to any seascape. You know, the ocean won’t stand still for us and unfortunately it moves much too quickly to study very well but electronically on this DVD, you will find that we have slowed it down for you , we’ve even stopped it here and there, with your DVD, you should be able to do the same, the idea here, is we’re not going to find exact and perfect seascapes, ready to paint , we’re going to find component parts. You’ll search and you’ll study and you’ll stop places and make sketches of them , think about them and then put them together in a painting. The whole idea now is that this is a learning DVD. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it. Note: Please note that the occasional freeze-frame and slow-motion are part of the DVD learning process of wave studying.
    Beginners or Advanced. All mediums.

    $12.95
  • The Complete Course, Painting Water in Watercolour Video with Ian King – part 1 of 2
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    “Part 1: This Video watercolor workshop is designed to teach you how to create stunning watercolour scenes with confidence. Sit at the end of Ian King’s brush and share his simple and effective techniques for painting water and reflections – even in the cold and grey winter!
    Ian King’s expert video watercolor instruction and course will really help you get to grips with this difficult subject. He breaks painting down into its component parts and focuses on each individual area. Beginning with a puddle, you will find the techniques come naturally and you will be painting flowing water, stormy seas and even wet mud by the end of this video workshop.”

    $12.95
  • The Complete Course, Painting Water in Watercolour Video with Ian King – part 2 of 2
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    “Part 2: This Video watercolor workshop is designed to teach you how to create stunning watercolour scenes with confidence. Sit at the end of Ian King’s brush and share his simple and effective techniques for painting water and reflections – even in the cold and grey winter!
    Ian King’s expert video watercolor instruction and course will really help you get to grips with this difficult subject. He breaks painting down into its component parts and focuses on each individual area. Beginning with a puddle, you will find the techniques come naturally and you will be painting flowing water, stormy seas and even wet mud by the end of this video workshop.”

    $12.95
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