How to Use Color Temperature
For Depth In Landscape Painting
Not Available Anywhere Else On the Internet
Discover how color temperature is used to establish
focal areas and create depth and excitement! This is a fundamental aspect of painting landscapes.
Landscape painting can present many challenges. Besides learning how to paint trees, houses and all the other elements like skies, clouds, weather effects, and on and on...we need to know how to create a painting that illustrates depth and distance. Color Temperature is one concept that cannot be ignored.
You may have painted landscapes in the past, but have you struggled with distance, creating mood or getting your landscape paintings to pop? If you have, then this class will certainly help you over the hump and get you to look at color with a different eye.
In this class you'll discover how color temperature in nature can be used to establish a focal area and empower you the artist with the ability to control where the viewer's eye will move to next. Its all about creating interest and contrast. The concepts taught in this class will enhance all your overall landscape paintings.
Join artist instructor and artist Neadeen Masters as she explains in an easy to understand way, the step by step method she uses to paint this landscape painting.
Complete One Landscape painting
poppy landscape with sheep
Media: Artist Acrylics - Pure Pigments
Painting Surface: Artist Stretched Canvas - 11"x14"
A little extra information: What is meant by the word Temperature?
|Unlimited Student Support
Once enrolled in the class, students gain access to the online classroom on our website. Here you will find all the class materials such as the supply list, class videos, lessons and other support materials. As you watch the videos, the teacher helps you prepare for the class, discusses the supplies and begins the creative process.
Students follow along with the videos and use the printed text lessons as an extra support for the class. At anytime you can ask for help via email or by uploading a photograph of your painting into the class forums. Your teacher is always ready to offer suggestions and give feedback to help you create a successful painting that you will be happy with.
|Watch and learn from the best seat in the house
One of the greatest benefits to taking an online class like this, is having the ability to hit the rewind button. If you need to re-watch a particular painting technique more than once, you can do so with a click. This also gives you lots of time to practice and digest the information at your own pace. Watching the videos from the best seat in the house gives you an over the shoulder view of the whole painting process from start to finish. Below is a short video snippet of the final painting details from the male lion. You can see every stroke at very close range.All Skill Levels Are Welcome
This course has been designed for all skill levels of painter. Naturally it is recommended that you have some prior painting experience. That said, you will meet many painters who are at various stages of their artistic journey. Everyone supports each other and is very helpful and friendly.
|Start Your Journey Painting Great Looking Landscapes Compositions!
Posted by Natalia on 29th Jul 2014
I"d like to express my gratitude to Neadeen Masters for this terrific course , i enjoyed every moment of it and the process went on smoothly with Neadeen"s detailed instructions and wonderful videos! Now when the piece is complete (it took me about a week to do it, i just couldn't get myself off painting) it looks so serene and peaceful a real pleasure to watch !!! Thank you !!!
Posted by Jim Cryan on 16th Jul 2014
I went through all of the video over the past two days and looked through the PDF's. It is wonderful how much, and how easily adsorbed, information, technique and rational about color temperature and every other aspect of the painting process Neadeen is able to include in this presentation. I still have to finish other work in progress but this will be the next project I get to work on.
Posted by Marsha Clark on 4th Jun 2014
I can't wait to get started on this video lesson. I have the canvas prepped, my paints ready and hope to start this week on my painting. I watched the first 2 introductory videos and I like the way she explains things