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Red Apples on A Ledge, by Sue Pruett, MDA
Build your Artistic Confidence with this eye level Still Life Lesson
This fun, and dramatic, little still life lesson will reinforce realistic blending techniques.
This still life composition is viewed from an 'eye level' perspective and is perfect for the artist who is new to still life painting. Eye level still life perspectives are the easiest for artists to grasp due to the simplicity in perspective and artistic concepts. Learn how to create realistic form utilizing contrast in values, blending, shines and details. This instructional lesson plan has seven pages of detailed painting instructions along with five step by step photos. This is not a lesson for beginners some prior knowledge of blending is suggested.
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Posted by Faye White on 7th Jul 2016
I am really looking forward to painting this picture as I haven't done any still life before and I know Sue will explain everything in a way I can understand it.
Posted by Margo M. on 17th Mar 2015
I just finished Sue's blending class on apples and a lemon, so I decided that I am ready to try this pattern! :) This painting is similar to the fruit in the blending class, so it's good for reinforcing my blending skills. This pattern is very detailed! Each step is well written and there are pictures for every stage of the painting! If you are new to blending, it would really help to take a beginner blending class though. It just really builds a foundation for this pattern! And Sue is very nice, she even critiques and advises on my paintings from patterns and magazines! So very helpful! I am so very happy in this school!