How does dry brushing go? It starts by applying undiluted paint on your canvas. Expect that your lines will be uneven and crooked as it won't have water to soften its edges.
Check out this video we found on dry brushing on YouTube for a quick demonstration:
By using watered paint in your artwork, you can apply translucent washes to your surface. This technique can also help you achieve textures and movements to your artwork and you don't have to worry about you washed paint not setting permanently unlike watercolor.
Check out this video for another quick demonstration:
Stippling is yet another effective way to show texture on your artwork and create subtle variations in the colors you choose to use.
Learn this technique from this quick tutorial below:
From creating abstract paintings to panoramic landscapes, flicking gives you the easy advantage of adding texture to your piece.
Check out how this fun paint application technique is done:
Sponging is a neat and creative way, yet again, to achieve textures, depth and volume to your artwork. Ideally, you use a sponge that's old and used so it's soft and easy to apply on your canvas. Slightly moisten your sponge and dip it to your paint.
Check out how this artist created a beautiful tree with the use of a brush and a rattled out sponge!
This is an essential aspect of the whole painting journey as you'd want to make your painting beautiful and as realistic as possible.
Check out this video below for some inspiration!
Marikina near Eastwood : MWF *9/10/11
Shaw: MWF 2/3/4/5*PM
Batch 2: Apr24-May24
Batch 3: May 29-June 26
8 sessions of 1.5 hours
Shaw : TTh9-10:30& 10:30-12
Mkna near Eastwood:2-3:30&3:30-5PM
Batch 2: Apr 25-May 18
Batch 3: May 30-June 22
SATURDAYS (once a week schedule)
You may do 1 or 2 hours
Marikina: 9/10/11 am
(No class on June 12)