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E-Book - Morning Still Life with artist Linda Wise, MDA

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$24.95
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A Morning Still Life By Linda Wise, MDA. This e-booklet contains step-by-step printed instructions, pattern and twenty two step-by-step color photos. This still life is done after the manner of Pieter Claesz "the Master of Haarlem Still Life". From the hazy morning light, the development of realism thru the umber layers and the application of minimal transparent color layers the artist will experience just a small part of this famous Dutch Masters thought processes.

Linda has created several video supports for preparing the paint, mixing the "colored umbers" and developing the grapes thru the umber layers. These are available on Linda's website at:  http://www.lindawisedesigns.com and are also featured on the Techniques page and in the shopping cart beow. Watch as Linda demonstrates her techniques and applications while you paint along with her. This lesson has in-depth study notes and instructions.

Save a copy of the e-booklet lesson on your hard drive or print off a copy and save in a 3-ring binder.

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Linda Wise's translucent grape technique-Completing the Umber layers (05:38)
In this final segment, the 2nd umber layer on the dark grapes is completed and the completion of the rest of the designs umber layers is explained.
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    In this final segment, the 2nd umber layer on the dark grapes ...
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    In this clip the "Red Umber" areas are blended and the "Dark U...
  • Linda Wise's t...
    Part 1-and explanation of the thought process behind this tech...
  • Linda Wise on ...
    When highlights are lost or shapes need to be altered, a craft...
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Product Reviews

  1. Highly recommend this one!

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2014

    Very thorough lesson - a great learning experience and those videos helped me relax because I could also see exactly what I was to do. Thanks for a wonderful lesson - I loved working through the painting process and highly recommend it!


  2. What a wonderful lesson!

    Posted by Terry Loewen on 11th Jan 2014

    Wow! I love this pattern, so much work LOL but so worth it! I can't believe how much I'm learning!


  3. Amazing

    Posted by Lise Robichaud on 6th Oct 2012

    Love the technique. The explanations are clear, precise and well presented.



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