Overview of styles

Wet on wet

 

This technique is developed and improved by Bob Ross. It's a technique where you use a medium like "liquid white" to blend your colors on the canvas. Typical by this technique is that they use big brushes to paint a lot of things like the sky, clouds and foliage....

 

In addition some other mediums exist to make different effects on the canvas. One can use a transparant medium named "liquid clear" and a dark medium called "liquid black" which is used to paint something with a dark background.

Australian fine art

 

The Australian fine art technique is a combination of different techniques to get a more professional outcome with your painting(s). The basic painting layer exists out a very light colored paint in which they add a lot of effects, a lot of "movement", a lot of brush regions. They let everything dry and later they add different layers of glazing(s).




Classic painting technique

 

The classic painting technique dates from centuries ago. The preparation of the canvas was extremely important. Once they had prepared the canvas the artist added layer by layer(s) paint in different techniques. They started with dark colors and added light colors and glazes.

 

Some artists like Hunter used a lot of different layers of glazes to realize beautiful paintings.  

Name Technique Wet on Wet Australian Fine Art Classic painting techniqe
Canvas preperation Use of Liquid White/dark or clear Minimal, basic coat Good preperation of the canvas, they often start to add a basic color on the white canvas
Use of brushes They use a lot of big brushes A variety of brushes A big variety of brushes
Use of paint and mediums?   The base coat is the way the artist blend colors into each other. First they look for the right color on the palet en then they use the base coat to paint the work.   In the first stage the artist start with a light color of paint and makes the texture of the painting. Later he they add a lot of glazes and sometimes scumble mixes.   The classic painter use a lot of glazes to make a classic work.

The oil colour book - English version - Winsor & Newton

The oil colour book - English version - Winsor & Newton

 

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The oil colour book - German version - Winsor & Newton

 

The oil colour book - German version - Winsor & Newton

 

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The oil colour book - Swedish version - Winsor & Newton

The oil colour book - Swedish version - Winsor & Newton

 

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The oil colour book - Italian version - Winsor & Newton

The oil colour book - Italian version - Winsor & Newton


FROM SITE: http://www.winsornewton.com/resource-centre/the-oil-colour-book

The oil colour book - Spanish version - Winsor & Newton

The oil colour book - Spanish version - Winsor & Newton

 

FROM SITE: http://www.winsornewton.com/resource-centre/the-oil-colour-book

Painting videos:

Main videos: INDEX + Paint a wave + different painting styles

 

Lesson 01: Dick Proenneke tribute 

 

Lesson 1: Wilson Bickford Knife Painting Techniques

Intermediate/Advanced

 

Lesson 2: Wilson Bickford Misty Landscape Painting Techniques 

 

Lesson 3: Modern seascape 

 

Lesson 4: Wilson Bickford Chickadee Painting Techniques - Intermediate/Advanced

 

Lesson 5: Kierons Malaysia pic demo's

 

Lesson 6: Aysgarth lower falls 

 

Lesson 7: Wilson Bickford: Intermediate/Advanced Oil Painting Lesson - Autumn Barn 

 

Lesson 8: Wilson Bickford: How to Paint a Sunset Sky 

 

Lesson 9: Yorkshire dales 

 

Lesson 10: Wilson Bickford : How to Paint Submerged Rocks 

 

Lesson 11: The Wilson Bickford Signature Series Complete Brush and Tool Set

 

Lesson 12: How to Paint Tree Bark 

 

Lesson 13: How to Paint Shadow Clouds

 

Lesson 14: Paint-Along: How to Paint a Waterfall in Oils 

 

Lesson 15: Amazon rainforest part 1 

 

Lesson 16: How to Paint a Green Meadow w/ Wilson Bickford

 

Lesson 17: How to Paint Believable Rocks

 

Lesson 18: How to Paint Trees 

 

Lesson 19: How to Paint a Simple Blue Sky

 

Lesson 20: Culzean castle scotland

 

Lesson 21: How to Use a Script Liner Brush 

 

Lesson 22: How to Paint Realistic Snow Textures

 

Lesson 23: How to Paint Lakeside Birch Trees 

 

Lesson 24: Oil Painting Tutorial: Painting Glazes 

 

Lesson 25: Oil Painting Lesson with Jack Kolber - Summer At The Lake

 

Lesson 26: Oil Painting Tutorial: Mediums- Fat over Lean + Layered Glazing- Self Portrait

 

Lesson 27: Basic Oil Painting Tutorial: The Oil painting palette 

 

Lesson 28: How to Oil Paint, FREE Oil Painting Lesson "Winter" Michael Thompson

 

Lesson 29: Mystic Midnight Landscape Oil Painting Lesson

 

Lesson 30:  Live Oil Painting Tutorial: Cuillins Sunset Part 1 

 

Lesson 31: Woodland Dawn oil painting lesson by Alan Kingwell with music by Ben Kingwell

 

Lesson 32: Oil Painting Lesson - President's Putt Part 1 & 2 & 3

 

Lesson 33: Oil Painting Tutorial: Painting with Freedom

 

Lesson 34: Choosing Your Support For Your Oil Painting with Katie Blackwell

 

Lesson 35: Clain your paint brushes 

 

Lesson 36: Choosing Colors for a Painting + After the Underpainting + How to Paint the Underpainting for your Oil Painting  + Adding Details at the End of a Painting + Painting Clouds in Oil Paints + Guidelines for Finding Correct Proportions + Learning About Turpentines and Oil Painting Accessories and Starting a Portrait in Oil with Katie Blackwell

 

Lesson 37: Wet on wet style oil painting 

 

Lesson 38: Painting sunsets 

 

Lesson 39: Painting Roses 

 

Lesson 40: Painting Windows 

 

Lesson 41: Oil painting lesson: paint a wave 

 

Lesson 42: Painting Dew (drops) 

 

Lesson 43: Painting (distant) Birch trees 

 

Lesson 44: Painting sun rays 

 

Lesson 45: Painting a Waterfall 

 

Lesson 46: Painting Leaf trees 

 

Lesson 47: Painting Fir trees 

 

Lesson 48: Painting Clouds 

 

Lesson 49: Picking the Right Brushes for Oil Painting with Katie Blackwel 

 

Lesson 50: How to Avoid Muddy Oils + Student Grade Paint vs Professional Grade Paint Art Tips + Learning about Oil Paint Mediums with Katie Blackwell

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