Thank you so very much, John. Your video was a pleasure to watch. I always appreciate seeing how dark the pigment goes on wet, as compared to when it is dry.
Thanks SATF. I know what you mean. It's something I forget. It's only when you see it in a time lapse video that you appreciate just how much they differ.
John you make it look so effortless but I know that comes from years of practice. Very inspiring and thanks for sharing too.
Thank you so much ,John.This demo was really helpful for people like me, who struggle with landscapes :)I loved the way the trees emerged over the skyline.You are the master of this art!A few questions,though--Did you stretch your paper before painting or did you use heavy paper- I saw that there was no buckling at all inspite of all thoe washes.I am still trying to find the right paper and right method...
Wonderful and inspiring. Thanks for sharing!
Thankyou. Arti I just soak the 140lb paper for a couple of minutes first then paint my wet into wet then the more detailed parts once the sheen has gone. Hope that helps.
Living in Edmonton too. I've only just started to repaint in my 47th year after I was put off from an art exam at secondary school. I'm not very confident and I'm on a tight budget so videos like this really do help with advice and inspiration. Thank you.
Hi Cindy, another Edmontonian, pleased to make your acquaintance. You may recognise some of the scenes of mine from around Enfield, Forty Hill etc. Let me know if you need any help. I'll be pleased to share what knowledge I have. Thanks for dropping in to my blog.
That was a sheer delight. Thank you for sharing.I'll be back..........
what a beautiful video and wonderful painting. you make it look so easy! thanks
Thankyou Carolyn and Ardallie Arts for taking the time to comment. It is much appreciated.
Thankyou for taking time to comment on my blog. It's good to get feedback, I really do appreciate it.