I have a special treat for all of you. I hope those who have visited will come back for this new video from Tim Shelbourne, the creative genius behind The Artist Quarter. I am a big fan of Tim, the way he paints, and most of all his method of teaching. He approaches everything from a traditional artist standpoint, even though he has painted digitally for many years. I am a subscriber of The Artist Quarter and highly recommend it for everyone. Tim is at home with Photoshop as well as with Painter 12. He has a very unique way of cloning in Photoshop CS5 that I have not seen anywhere.
Check out his impasto sketch that he did with the Bristly Dabs in Painter 12. And then for a real treat, watch the video and see him talk about how he is using them. He is a bit gushy about the brushes; I turned red, but I can’t tell you how pleased I am that someone with his painting skills likes the new variants. And, he is going to show you some nice tricks with Painter 12. Tim, my friend, thank you so much for sending this video.
Before I go to the image and video, I wanted to mention something that Tim is doing that is very unique. He is having online ateliers, French for workshop. I have attended several and they are fantastic. It is like having a workshop in person, but you don’t leave your house. The workshop last for several days or weeks. We have video materials, PDFs, and even special brushes to download. On the first day we meet via Go To Meeting and Tim gives a live demonstration and takes questions. Tim records the live demonstrations and makes them available for the attendees. Then we meet several more times for live demonstrations and a chance to show our work to other participants and get live critiques. I love these workshops. Visit The Artist Quarter, you will be glad that you did.
Here is the quick impasto sketch that Tim demonstrates in the video:
Tim is all about teaching how to paint. You will see in his video:
Tim, I want to thank you again for doing this video. I think many folks will paint with these new variants thanks to your inspiration.
I hope y’all enjoyed this special treat, if you did let us know.