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Artist Daily publishes free eBook on Water Painting: Techniques to Paint Water with Power and Rhythm
Free eBook full of expert instruction on one of the more challenging subjects to paint convincingly. This free eBook covers various approaches of three artists to the “moods” of water and why it’s an essential aspect of painting water.
By: Artist Daily
Loveland, Colo.: Water that resembles realistic traits of flow and movement is perhaps one of the more challenging subjects to paint convincingly. Most artists agree that the skill is essentially painting from memory. Water is constantly moving and colors and light change with the time of day. Fortunately for the artist, water form and movement is predictable. By closely observing the anatomy of seas, rivers, and other water bodies, one can create a masterpiece that captures the play of water currents, the lapping of water on the surface of the ocean, and the crash of waves on the shore. Artist Daily’s free eBook, Paint the Flow and Movement of Water: Painting Techniques, Methods, and How to Paint Water with Power & Rhythm, is an essential guide to learning how to paint water.
Using the expert methods in this free tutorial and by improving attention to detail of the subject, any artist can create more realistic water paintings. The free eBook is full of proven tips and demonstrations to guide artists in water painting:
- How to capture movement of water through close observation
- Discover the three basic elements to consider: flow, color, and rhythm
- How to paint waves that capture the movement and light effects that occur in breaking waves
Learning to paint water can be an intimidating process, but with the free expert tips in this eBook, anyone can master the skill in no time. Those wanting to learn how to paint to be proud of can do so with free tips on color palette, defining shape, and making value decisions before beginning a water painting. This water painting tutorial offers step by step instructions and demonstrations to improve skill and technique.
Whether a water painting beginner or are a veteran artist, the tips included in this free guide center on the basic structure and contours of water and highlight advanced tips to continually improve ability of either level. The free guide starts with Guy Corriero’s unique approach to recognizing how water moves and circulates through close observation and a bag of tricks that involve painting sea foam, knowing the anatomy of the wave, and using a particular kind of brush. William Hays talks about how color contrasts are his key compositional tool for the reflection and refraction of light on different bodies of water—shallow pools, shorelines, and offshore depths. Plus there are three step-by-step water painting demonstrations that breakdown the essential elements of painting water.
The free eBook can be downloaded online: http://www.artistdaily.com/
Source: Artist Daily, www.artistdaily.com