High Mountain Elk Online Painting Class with artist Glenice Moore.
ONLINE PAINTING CLASS
***NOTE: The lesson is taught on a 16”x20” watercolour canvas. However this design can easily be enlarged to fit on any size canvas surface. Larger or smaller is up to the student.
Snow isn't always white, and sometimes its hard to create depth in a winter landscape painting. It is so much easier to create this illusion of depth and proportional scale when using wildlife figures in the foreground of a painting.
This online painting class is taught by popular wildlife artist Glenice Moore using Artist Grade Acrylic paint. Glenice shares her step by step painting process, demonstrating each feature of the painting.
There are 8 segments of online video presentation equaling 4 hours of instruction that you have unlimited access to.
***A line drawing, supply list, large reference photo, many step photos and written instructions are included.
SURFACE: You may use the size and surface of your choice. Enlarge the line drawing accordingly. I used a 16 x 20 inch Watercolor Canvas. I like these because they are very smooth and easy to paint on.
PALETTE: DECOART TRADITIONS ACRYLIC PAINT - Opaque White, Warm White, Medium White, Light Grey, Naples Yellow Hue, (Liquitex) Dairylide Yellow, Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Raw Umber, Paynes Grey (Americana Premium), Carbon Black, Sap Green, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Blue,
Traditions Extender & Blending Medium
BRUSHES: DYNASTY BLACK GOLD SERIES 208 Please note: The Wave Brushes and the Glenice Double Ended Shadow Dancer are specialty brushes available in the online store at www.artapprenticeonline.com.
¾-inch Flat Wash Shader Brushes # 12, 8 and 4 Wave Brushes #12. 8, and 4 Round Brush #4 or #6 Glenice Double ended Shadow Dancer