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Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Cole, Dec 23, 2011.
Where do I get the artist platter with the picture of the cow on it?...LOL!!!! Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!
Most of them don't have the cow, that one is special.
Cole, question I have is picture three where you spray a light coat of burnt umber spray on the tine. Is the burnt umber mixed down to make it look that light? The picture seems a lot lighter brown than what burnt umber shows to be in the catalog. Thanks Dhart
No I didn't mix it, I just used a very very light coat.
marking. Thanks Cole!
very convincing...using this method soon
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Marking. Going to try this on some old sheds I found.
Marking good job looks great.
This is the best tutorial I've seen on here, Thank You
I apologise if you answered this already.. but do you use acrylic paints, or oils? I am thinking that oils would look more natural (I paint landscapes in both and just cannot get a natural-looking landscape with acrylics.) But your tines look 100% natural and maybe you did get the acrylic to work. I am thinking that if one were to use oil paints, they could mix in a fast-drying medium like Gamblin's Japan Drier; it greatly speeds up paint dry-time from weeks-long to a few days.
I see now Maybe if you are using thin layers, it does not take too long to dry. My oil paintings on canvas take weeks!