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How to Paint from Brush to Palette Knives
Best Selling Art Instruction book from Linda Riesenberg Fisler
How to Paint from Brush to Palette Knives was and continues to be a best selling art instruction book. When released, this book hit the Hot New Release top 3 selling book for weeks and continues to be in the top 100 Best Selling Art Instruction books on Amazon!
It contains step by step painting instruction–from drawing to value studies to finishing the painting. You will learn to paint with palette knives–but that’s not all! This book provides information on drawing, composition, the importance of understanding values and placing color within that value with palette knives is so important!
We discuss mastering edges in this ebook and we even discuss marketing!
There are a few surprises that I will let you discover yourself!
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Time Wasted? A Guide to Time Management for the Creative Entrepreneur
In this guide to time management you will learn how to determine and analyze how you spend your time, avoid pitfall that keep you from attaining your goals and tips to keep you on track are provided.
Creating and Painting Form with Value and Color
Explore the concepts of light and shadow! What is a halftone? Cast Shadow? Core shadow? This ebook discuss these and much more!
In the Artist's Words: Evolution of Seeing With Quang Ho
This is a transcript of the Art Chat with Quang Ho. In this interview Quang talks about the evolution of seeing. He discusses how artist's see through the centuries and how that seeing has evolved. If you want to grow as an artist, challenging how you see is key. Order this transcript today and get your highlighters ready for all the great tips given during this interview.
In the Artist's Words: CW Mundy
On June 12, 2012, Blanche McAlister Harris and I had a wonderful time interviewing CW Mundy. We covered a lot of topics in this 90 minute interview. Everything from how opportunities for travel present themselves(or do they?); to his experience taking Sherrie McGraw’s drawing class and what he thinks about Sherrie; to not just painting shapes but to incorporate form into those shapes; to being fearless when you paint; to his music pursuits! I could go on and on, but then this would be the longest foreword ever and you wouldn’t need the transcript!