1. Lesson 8 [Series 2] – 'Learn to Enjoy Painting' in Oils with Paul Taggart' VOD

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    See also 'Learn to Enjoy Painting in Oils with Paul Taggart [Series 1] - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpauloils1 PAUL TAGGART core oil painting kit and how to use each element – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptoilequipment MORE OIL TECHNIQUES [Series1] – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptoiltechniques01 Once again the painting was left to dry after the prevous stage had been completed and now Artist & Author Paul Taggart works up the second layer on the main figures in the forefront of this Italian street scene. THIS EPISODE IS AN OBJECT LESSON IN LEARNING HOW TO CONQUER ANY FEARS ABOUT INCLUDING FIGURES in a composition. For as Paul explains, this particular subject would not be anywhere near as interesting without the presence of figures. You will hear Paul’s reassuring voice as he tells you time and again not to think of these as figures, but as shapes in the composition; no different to the buildings and other elements. He also reassures you time and again that making alterations and adjustments as you go along is what painting is all about – it is not about getting everything correctly ‘drawn’ or ‘placed’ at the very outset. MAGIC MOMENTS ABOUND IN THIS LESSON as you will discover when you follow along with Paul as he gradually works through three distinct layers on each of the two figures. Each of which has a a base layer of the darkest of darks applied, then those middling lights and reflected lights, before applying the sunlit highlights. Although Paul is using slightly smaller brushes for these figures at this stage, they are still much larger than you might expect – so that once again he is prevented from over-fussing. You will be surprised at how clumsy the brush-strokes appear to be in CLOSE-UP FILMING, yet when the camera is pulled back to reveal the figures in situ, all their features, clothing, accessories and stance ARE BROUGHT TO LIFE – not through laboriously detailed painting, but by keeping brush-strokes suggestive. YOU WILL LEARN about light and shade, about sunlit areas and reflected light, about directional brush-strokes and exploiting blending and losing edges to mould the shapes of body and fabric. As with all of Paul’s tutorials, this is filmed in real-time throughout – so you get to watch all of Paul’s actions at his easel – nothing is held back. YOU WILL SEE EVERY brush-stroke, every colour mix, every paint mix on the surface and into every nook and cranny of this section of the painting. PLEASE READ THE MAIN VOD PAGE DESCRIPTION THOROUGHLY TO ENSURE YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF PARTICIPATING IN THIS ON-GOING, BUILD-UP COURSE.

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    • We Love Trees

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      Sandy Sandy Spiritartist presents a collection of recent watercolor paintings on Yupo paper inspired by quotes about trees. See more paintings and learn about the artist on: http://www.SandySandyFineArt.com. Music by Josh Woodward / FreeMusicArchive.org

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      • 'Lesson 3 - [Series 2] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart' VOD

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        More useful box-sets from Artist & Author Paul Taggart… 'Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulacryl ‘Painting Topical Techniques for Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylictechniques ‘Painting Equipment Focus for Acrylics with Paul Taggart’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylicsequipment As always FILMED IN REAL-TIME, so that you can see every stroke, every colour mix, every blend, every tick of super-highlight – you will miss nothing, you will be privy to everything that Artist & Author Paul Taggart carries out. THERE ARE TWO STAGES TO THIS LESSON – the first being to render the medium lights throughout the glass and the carafe. The second being to attend to the final lights and highlights throughout, including those areas of shadows. Now you are working up to the final super-highlights – the key to this being to gradually do so; do not rush for you will miss those subtle in-between stages thatwill make all the difference to your finished work. Opening up this lesson by attending to the metal insert in the neck of the carafe; Paul then picks up where he left off in Lesson 2 – returning to the highlight yellow-white mix which he now brings into the faceted glass, using varying densities of the colour mix. YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO EXPLOIT THE TRADITIONAL OIL PAINTING TECHNIQUE OF TINTING to achieve the transparency within the glass and within the water. Although working with opaque paint mixes, these mixes can be of varying fluidity and YOU WILL BE EXPLOITING THESE VARYING FLUID MIXES TO CONSIDERABLE EFFECT. CLOSE-UP SHOTS ARE CRUCIAL in this tutorial as they allow you to see ‘through’ the surface of the painting – so that YOU GET TO SEE HOW THE PROCESS and TECHNIQUES WHICH YOU WILL BE EMPLOYING TRULY AFFECT THE OVERALL RESULT. MOST IMPORTANTLY YOU GET TO SEE THE ROLE OF SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES such as BLENDING, SCUFFS, DRAGGED BRUSH-STROKES and SOFTENING OFF, FEATHERING, RESTRICTED WET-ON-WET, GRADUAL LAYERING, GRADUATED COLOUR MIXES and so much more besides. As with Lesson 2, MAGIC MOMENTS ABOUND THROUGHOUT this lesson, such as the manner in which the metal insert springs to life when it’s various lights and highlights are applied. THIS WILL BE EN EYE OPENER – AN OBJECT LESSON IN how suggestive strokes and ‘blobs’ of colour seen in close-up, appear detailed when viewed at normal viewing distance. YOU CANNOT POSSIBLY BECOME FIDDLY when using a big brush as THIS LESSON ALONE DEMONSTRATES – as you will discover when you watch how Paul manipulates his large brush into the tiniest of nooks and crannies, or adds a fine line of light across the rim of the glass. THE PURPOSE OF LESSONS 1, 2 & 3 is to prepare you for the coming start-to-finish ‘View through a Window’ painting, by introducing you to the ‘art’ of painting transparent objects. You are gradually guided by Artist & Author Paul Taggart from the first sketching out of the subject, to the finishing sparkles of light that glint off those transparent objects. THE LIGHT to DARK to LIGHT METHOD USED IN THIS STUDY will prepare you for the ‘View through a Window’; as will the use of technique of working solely with OPAQUE MIXES. Detailed this subject may be – but the method is PAINTERLY which becomes evident as you follow all of these lessons. PLEASE READ ALL OF THE DETAILS FOR THIS COURSE IN THE VOD PAGE DESCRIPTION – so that you do not miss out on how this course works – where you will find the links for the FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD reference photographs and to our FB group.

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        • Series from $1 per video - ‘Painting & Drawing Workshops with Paul Taggart [Oil Pastels] - Trailer VOD

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          This is a BUILD-UP SERIES OF WORKSHOPS in which YOU CAN SEND US REQUESTS for SUBJECT SPECIFIC WORKSHOPS – to do so simply add your suggestion as a comment below and it will be added to our ‘subject request’ list – THE CLOSING DATE FOR REQUESTS FOR FILMING THE NEXT WORKSHOP is JULY 1st 2015 WE WILL TAKE THE MOST POPULAR SUBJECT – SO IF YOU SEE YOUR SUBEJCT ALREADY REQUESTED BELOW – THEN PLEASE USE THE REPLY FACILITY TO ADD YOUR NAME UNDER THE SUBJECT THAT WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED – this will help to reduce duplication. EPISODES 1 & 2 – WORKSHOP [Tulips] and EQUIPMENT FOCUS TUTORIALS Hello and welcome to my studio in the Highlands of Scotland. Some while ago I was asked for help with oil pastels which resulted in the first Workshop and accompanying Equipment Focus that kick off this build-up series of workshops - in which YOU CAN SEND US REQUESTS for SUBJECTS. Filmed in real-time, with no editing, in this introduction to working with Oil Pastels I take you on the first steps of a journey into the world of oil pastels ……………….. a medium that is more often than not dismissed as being merely for use by children and therefore underused as an adult medium. I set out in these workshops to show that this needn’t be the case and that oil pastels can be enjoyed even further by using them either in their ‘dry’ form, or exploiting their potential as a ‘wet’ medium, with brushes and thinners so that you can extend your repertoire of techniques. Use the Equipment Focus video in conjunction with the comprehensive Workshop 1 and hopefully you will be tempted into experimenting with a basic set of oil pastels. Workshop 1 is a complete tutorial – in which you are taken through each and every stroke from beginning to end ………….. accompanied by my running commentary throughout. The process used is of working from light to dark – in a similar manner to working in watercolour paints. You will learn about exploiting linear qualities, how to make the most of negative painting, the techniques of hatching and cross-hatching …………… how to balance the overall composition as you work, how to balance the values, most especially, the importance of surface colour mixing and so much more. One thing is for certain, I do not take this study any less seriously than I would any of the other ‘big four’ media as I work through the same processes of studying the subjects, working out the values and forms, exploiting directional strokes and so on – all essential in rendering a satisfactory result. Interested in following more workshops on oil pastels? Why not tell us what you would suggest by way of subject for the next workshop; which will be added here once it has been filmed. All you need to do is read the detailed VOD page description in which we set out the way in which to go about making your suggestion; using the comments facility on this VOD page. As with the first Oil Pastels Workshop and Equipment Focus, the new tutorial will be filmed in real-time, so that you can watch every drawing mark and every brush-stroke, from the first steps in the composition to the final touches. Close-up shots will also let you see surface colour mixing, directional strokes, softening edges and so much more. From the opening shot to the closing frame you not only see everything I do, but listen to my running commentary in which I describe my actions and goals. Value-for-money is our philosophy and each workshop in this build-up series will be available to rent or buy at a fraction of the cost that you would pay for a similar length DVD.” Best wishes for your painting, from Eileen and Paul

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          • Oil Pastels [Workshop 1] – Painting & Drawing Workshops with Paul Taggart VOD

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            This is a BUILD-UP SERIES OF WORKSHOPS in which YOU CAN SEND US REQUESTS for SUBJECT SPECIFIC WORKSHOPS – to do so simply add your request as a comment below and we will add it to our ‘subject request’ list – THE CLOSING DATE FOR REQUESTS FOR THE NEXT WORKSHOP is JULY 1st 2015 THIS IS THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF STAND-ALONE WORKSHOPS in which you are taken through each and every stroke from beginning to end; accompanied by Artist & Author Paul Taggart’s running commentary throughout. Filmed in real-time, with no editing, in this introduction to working with Oil Pastels Paul hopes to take you on the first steps of a journey into the world of oil pastels – a medium that is more often than not dismissed as being merely for use by children and therefore underused as an ‘adult’ painting/drawing medium. Use this complete ‘Workshop 1’ in conjunction with the companion Equipment Focus and hopefully you will be tempted into experimenting with a basic kit of oil pastels – FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD reference photograph available from artworkshopwithpaul on Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_taggart_artist_and_author/ A COMPLETE WORKSHOP – in which you are taken through each and every stroke from beginning to end; accompanied by Paul’s running commentary throughout. The process used is of working from light to dark – in a similar manner to working in watercolour paints. STAGE 1 – WORKING WITH DRY STROKES – Paul commences by lightly sketching in the elements of the flower study; then demonstrates how to make changes and modifications at this early ‘dry’ stage by using a thinner and bristle brush to ‘erase’ any unwanted marks; with thinner and a soft brush being used to soften anything that is too strong. STAGE 2 – LAYER 1 - CONTINUING WITH DRY STROKES – Paul now gently blocks in the initial colours right across the vignette study – likening it to gently blocking in the first layer of watercolours. He stresses the importance of not working too strongly; bearing in mind that these ‘dry’ strokes will be selectively turned into ‘wet’ areas of colour. He also stresses that although it doesn’t seem to matter at this stage, the direction of the strokes is important – just as it would be in painting. This is where the first stages of surface colour mixing are brought into play. Having completed this dry work, Paul then TURNS TO HIS THINNERS AND BRISTLE BRUSH and you get to see those barely seen areas of colour spring to life. Again Paul stresses the importance of not overworking this layer, of using directional strokes to effect structure and form; he even says that the work in this ‘softening’ layer can be exploited to ‘draw’ the elements within the study. Before moving on to STAGE 3 – LAYER 2 - Paul shows how an enforced interruption in the filming resulted in what could be taken as damage to the painting in progress. No need for alarm, as Paul decides not to rectify this immediately; instead he intends that the perceived damage is disguised in subsequent layers. TURNING TO HIS OIL PASTELS AND WORKING ‘DRY’, Paul now selectively re-establishes individual elements; emphasising certain linear qualities such as the finely wrought petals – which belies the belief that oil pastels are clumsy. You will learn about exploiting linear qualities, how to make the most of negative painting, the techniques of hatching and cross-hatching; how to balance the overall composition as you work, how to balance the values, most especially the importance of surface colour mixing and so much more. One things is for certain, Paul does not take this study any less seriously than he would any of the other ‘big four’ media as he works through the same processes of studying the subjects, working out the values and forms, exploiting directional strokes and so on – all essential in rendering a satisfactory result. STAGE 4 – LAYER 2 – MOVING TO HIS WATERCOLOUR BRUSH – Paul selectively and gently thins certain areas – being careful not to totally dissolve the marks. Moving from the top to the bottom, so as not to smudge any wetted strokes, he moves through one colour at a time; thus ensuring that colours and colour mixes are kept clean. Now the entire study comes to life once more; as colours mix, as the linear qualities are complemented by the washed areas; structure, texture, softness, strengthening colours, solidity – all come into play to produce a striking artwork. AND FINALLY – Paul pulls the study together through the use of dark accents, working with dry oil pastels. Artist and Author Paul Taggart has worked with people who paint for pleasure, whether as a pursuit or as professionals. Over the forty plus years that he has done so, including his fourteen how-to illustrated books, it has been his policy to share as much information as possible - for he passionately believes that everyone is given the chance to develop.

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            • Oil Pastels – Equipment Focus with Paul Taggart VOD

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              In this Equipment Focus Artist and Author Paul Taggart takes you on a journey into the world of oil pastels – more often than not dismissed as being merely for use by children and therefore underused as an ‘adult’ painting/drawing medium. Paul hopes to demonstrate in this introductory video and the companion ‘Workshop 1’ that this needn’t be the case and oil pastels can be enjoyed even further by experimenting with them. OIL PASTELS INTRODUCTION – briefly outlined in terms of the available sticks and how to get going with them, you are then shown how to prepare them for use; before Paul introduces some BASIC STROKES & TECHNIQUES – to equip you with the initial confidence to maximise the potential in this medium. He then moves on to the main object of this tutorial and companion Workshop 1 – that of working these oil pastels either in their ‘dry’ form, or exploiting their potential as a ‘wet’ medium, by working with brushes and thinners so that you can extend your repertoire of techniques. Working both dry and wet, Paul shows how directional strokes, linework, shading, hatching and cross-hatching all come in useful – how to successfully use the top and the side (shoulder) of the lead. You are shown how the density of strokes comes into play – how to surface colour mix, how to achieve surface texture and so much more. Although a short tutorial; as ever with Paul, this video is packed full of hints and tips. Artist and Author Paul Taggart has worked with people who paint for pleasure, whether as a pursuit or as professionals. Over the forty plus years that he has done so, including his fourteen how-to illustrated books, it has been his policy to share as much information as possible - for he passionately believes that everyone is given the chance to develop. Each episode of 'Painting Equipment Focus' concentrates on one painting tool and shows how to best exploit it.

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              • 'Lesson 2 - [Series 2] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart' VOD

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                More useful box-sets from Artist & Author Paul Taggart… 'Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulacryl ‘Painting Topical Techniques for Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylictechniques ‘Painting Equipment Focus for Acrylics with Paul Taggart’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylicsequipment THE PURPOSE OF LESSONS 1, 2 & 3 is to prepare you for the coming start-to-finish ‘View through a Window’ painting, by introducing you to the ‘art’ of painting transparent objects. You are gradually guided by Artist & Author Paul Taggart from the first sketching out of the subject, to the finishing sparkles of light that glint off those transparent objects. THE LIGHT to DARK to LIGHT METHOD USED IN THIS STUDY will prepare you for the ‘View through a Window’; as will the use of technique of working solely with OPAQUE MIXES. Detailed this subject may be – but the method is PAINTERLY which becomes evident as you follow this lesson. THERE ARE TWO DISTINCT ASPECTS TO THIS LESSON – the first will prove a revelation in how to tackle a wooden subject; which in of itself will prove useful when depicting those textured elements in the forthcoming main composition in which stone and wood feature quite strongly. This is particularly important, given that all texture in these tutorials can only be achieved as ‘visual’ texture. The second aspect deals with reflections on the surface – reflections in this case being on a solid object (the wooden table) and on transparent objects (the carafe and glass). Not only that, there are also the two aspects of dealing with reflections on ‘lit’ areas and quite separately within areas of ‘shadow’. YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO EXPLOIT THE TRADITIONAL OIL PAINTING TECHNIQUE OF TINTING – in this instance, invaluable in creating visual texture and surface colour mixing. Although working with opaque paint mixes, these mixes can be of varying fluidity and YOU WILL BE EXPLOITING THESE VARYING FLUID MIXES TO CONSIDERABLE EFFECT. CLOSE-UP SHOTS ARE CRUCIAL in this tutorial as they allow you to see ‘through’ the surface of the painting – so that YOU GET TO SEE HOW THE PROCESS and TECHNIQUES WHICH YOU WILL BE EMPLOYING TRULY AFFECT THE OVERALL RESULT – for you get to see how varying layers of colour temperatures affect each other, how directional brush-strokes are crucial and MOST IMPORTANTLY YOU GET TO SEE THE ROLE OF SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES such as BLENDING, SCUFFS, DRAGGED BRUSH-STROKES and SOFTENING OFF, FEATHERING, RESTRICTED WET-ON-WET, GRADUAL LAYERING, GRADUATED COLOUR MIXES and so much more besides. THIS WILL BE EN EYE OPENER – AN OBJECT LESSON IN how suggestive strokes and ‘blobs’ of colour seen in close-up, appear detailed when viewed at normal viewing distance. YOU CANNOT POSSIBLY BECOME FIDDLY when using a big brush as THIS LESSON ALONE DEMONSTRATES – as you will discover when you watch how Paul manipulates his large brush into the tiniest of nooks and crannies, or adds a fine line of light across the rim of the glass. MAGIC MOMENTS ABOUND THROUGHOUT this lesson, AS ALWAYS FILMED IN REAL-TIME, as Paul gradually works through from the first suggestive reflected lights and reflections. PLEASE READ ALL OF THE DETAILS FOR THIS COURSE IN THE VOD PAGE DESCRIPTION – so that you do not miss out on how this course works – where you will find the links for the FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD reference photograpsh and to our FB group.

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                • Lesson 7 [Series 2] – 'Learn to Enjoy Painting' in Oils with Paul Taggart' VOD

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                  See also 'Learn to Enjoy Painting in Oils with Paul Taggart [Series 1] - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpauloils1 PAUL TAGGART core oil painting kit and how to use each element – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptoilequipment MORE OIL TECHNIQUES [Series1] – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptoiltechniques01 Having left the painting to dry, Artist & Auhor Paul Taggart now moves down to the paved ground of the street and those objects standing on it – the figures and potted plants. THIS EPISODE IS AN OBJECT LESSON IN LEARNING HOW GRADUATED COLOUR MIXES ARE ESSENTIAL IN ACHIEVING AERIAL PERSPECTIVE – YOU WILL LEARN HOW to not only determine the required mixes, but how to assess their value against those areas that have already been painted. You will also learn the value of blending in order to effectively merge shadows into sunlit areas. As with Lesson 6, think of this stage as one where you are establishing the basic building blocks of light and shade and aerial perspective, which will ultimately help you ‘construct’ a three-dimensional composition and again, get it right at this stage and you cannot go far wrong as you continue to work up the ground and figures within this composition. FIRSTLY Paul turns to the figures which he now blocks in as silhouetted forms; for as he explains these figures block the light and require the foundation of dark colours on which light will ultimately be built. He takes this opportunity to refine and remodel certain aspects of some of the figures – minute changes, but essential in Paul’s mind’s eye for what he is ultimately seeking to achieve. Then it is on to the potted plants – although seemingly insignificant these are actually very useful in establishing a rhythm within the composition and they too are subject to aerial perspective and vanishing points as they follow the curve and downhill aspect of the street. THE SHADOW SIDE OF THE STREET IS NEXT TO BE GIVEN IT’S FIRST STRUCTURAL LAYER – applying a graduated dark mix, over which is applied a second colour, applied with directional and ever-decreasing strokes to introduce texture, form and the required distance and downhill motion. THE SAME PROCEDURE IS THEN APPLIED TO THE SUNLIT SIDE OF THE STREET. NEGATIVE PAINTING comes into play in this lesson and forcefully so, as it is used to model the principal figures, those which were chosen for their impact on the composition. USING LARGE BRUSHES at this stage helps to keep those brush-strokes loose and suggestive – so follow Paul’s lead and resist the urge to go down to smaller ones. See for yourself how much can be achieved with a brush that may seem unwieldy, but when fully exploited can prove to be much more exciting. NOW THIS FIRST STAGE HAS BEEN COMPLETED you will get a much more balanced view of your composition, the light and shade, that wonderful surface colour mixing, those brushy strokes of paint. As with all of Paul’s tutorials, this is filmed in real-time throughout – so you get to watch all of Paul’s actions at his easel – nothing is held back. YOU WILL SEE EVERY brush-stroke, every colour mix, every paint mix on the surface and into every nook and cranny of this section of the painting. PLEASE READ THE MAIN VOD PAGE DESCRIPTION THOROUGHLY TO ENSURE YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF PARTICIPATING IN THIS ON-GOING, BUILD-UP COURSE.

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                  • Tipsy Artist - Trailer-HD

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                    Tiffany, the Tipsy Artist teaches fun informative online painting videos for beginners with a glass of wine and a whole lot of fun! You learn how to paint a masterpiece from start to finish in just 3 hours. All supplies and templates are available on her website at www.TipsyArtist.com

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                    • 'LIGHT to DARK to LIGHT Exercise - [Series 2] Painting Topical Technique for Acrylics with Paul Taggart' VOD

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                      More useful box-sets from Artist & Author Paul Taggart… 'Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulacryl ‘Painting Topical Techniques for Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylictechniques ‘Painting Equipment Focus for Acrylics with Paul Taggart’ - http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptacrylicsequipment THIS SECOND ADDED EXTRA, FREE-TO-VIEW TUTORIAL – takes you on to a study Exercise – your next step in ‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 2]’ – in which you will be working from LIGHT to DARK to LIGHT. As with the first Painting Topical Technique tutorial in this course; this is not about achieving an accurate representation of the subject, use this as an opportunity to practice the various aspects demonstrated by Paul and concentrate on the method. See how you can interpret a seemingly detailed subject, simplifying it down into positive and negative shapes being the key. From this exercise you will learn about the ‘art’ of suggestion; you will learn how the viewer will ultimately translate your painting into something that they believe they can ‘see’. Does this finished study of Paul’s not look highly detailed? Yet it is anything but. Packed full of handy hints and tips, filmed in real-time, this tutorial reflects Paul Taggart’s philosophy – which is to reveal all, explain all and withhold nothing; so that you can develop and enjoy your experience of using this technique and method in actylics. Use this Topical Technique Exercise in conjunction with the Topical Technique on the basics of Working with Opaque Mixes. THEN IF YOU WISH TO GO FURTHER IN THIS COURSE AS IT UNFOLDS, YOU SIMPLY PAY-AS-YOU-GO for each lesson from Lesson 1 onwards at $1 to rent, or Download it to Own It at the cost of $1.99. YOU CAN OPT OUT AT ANY TIME – FOR WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO BE DISAPPOINTED, JUST AS WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO FEEL ‘LOCKED IN’ TO PAYING IN ADVANCE FOR SOMETHING THAT DOESN’T SUIT YOU. Best wishes for your painting, from Eileen and Paul WHAT PARTICIPATING IN THIS COURSE AS IT UNFOLDS MEANS FOR YOU – ADDED EXTRA FREE-TO-VIEW TUTORIALS : INTERACTIVE EVENT : PROBLEM SOLVERS [1] FREE-TO-VIEW EXTRA TUTORIAL – ‘Painting Topical Technique – Working with Opaque Mixes’ – NOTE this is viewable here in Vimeo and once the course is complete will be transferred to a complete box-set for rent or purchase. [2] FREE-TO-VIEW EXTRA TUTORIAL – ‘Painting Topical Technique – LIGHT to DARK to LIGHT Exercise’ – a simple study for you to practice the basics – NOTE this is viewable here in Vimeo and once the course is complete will be added to a complete box-set for rent or purchase. [3] LESSONS 1, 2 & 3 – the first stage in your step-by-step regular online course ‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics [Series 2]’ – PAY AS YOU GO – rent each lesson for $1.00 or BUY EACH TO OWN IT $1.99 [4] LESSON 4 onwards – follow along with Paul on your start-to-finish step-by-step main composition through the regular online course – PAY AS YOU GO – rent each lesson for $1.00 or BUY IT TO OWN IT $1.99 [5] PROBLEM SOLVERS – SHARE YOUR STAGES WITH US exclusively in our On-line Interactive Event ‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Acrylics with Paul Taggart [Series 2]’ - created specifically for this course in our Art Workshop With Paul Taggart Painting Companions group on Facebook. SHARE YOUR PROBLEM SO THAT WE CAN HELP YOU FURTHER either through a dedicated ‘Problem Solvers with Paul Taggart’ video, or under your shared post. THESE ‘Problem Solvers with Paul Taggart’ VIDEOS WILL BE FREE-TO-VIEW FOR THE PERIOD BETWEEN LESSONS AS NOTIFIED – after which each will be added to the growing set of lessons for rent or purchase. NOT ALREADY A PAINTING COMPANION IN FACEBOOK? – NO WORRIES – simply seek us out and request an invitation to join the group and the Event – http://www.facebook.com/groups/paultaggartpaintingcompanions/

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