Please Join the Free Webinar and Watch Me Paint, Tuesday, April 17, 2012, Noon, New York Time
I am so late posting this. It is two weeks late; I have tons of excuses. Honest, I do. I know you…are not interested.
So I have the honor of being Corel Painter Master of the Month. There are a couple of short videos Corel’ Painter’s You Tube Channel and I did a written tutorial, but alas, I’m not sure where. But the big event is the webinar tomorrow. I hope this post isn’t to late for some of you to make it…I hope you do…I’m a little nervous and could use your support.
Guess what, I have made a new brush set, too. I plan to use them tomorrow in the demonstration and then post them here in a day or so. I was going to post by today, but computer problems robbed a bunch of time today…and trust me, you don’t want to hear about what I think of Alienware at this moment. Anyway, I call the new brushes Desert Oasis.
As a teaser for the video, I have produced three videos for the blog. These are different…you get to see me paint, but I don’t tell you how I am doing it. I’m saving that for tomorrow, but I will tell you I used a lot of the Desert Oasis variants, which are Real Watercolor variant. So let’s get started. In the videos I am “sketching” watercolors; at least that is what I call it. I try to make quick watercolors in around 10 minutes. The images are successful or not; I am learning with each one I do. I hope some of you will try them too. I promise you will enjoy the process. Here is the image from the first video.
And here is the video…enjoy:
I couldn’t stop. I was having fun. Here is the image from the second video.
Next is the video, but I bet you knew that!
The last sketch with a video.
And the video.
OK, just for fun, here are a couple more sketches. The first one was done in a live session with one of my classes and I tried to do something similar in the third video. I failed…sigh.
Another one from a live class…very simple washes.
Well that’s about it. Please sign up for the webinar if you can. If not, it will be available on Corel Painter’s website. Come back often; over the next few days I will be giving out the brushes and doing more demos about them. See you tomorrow, I hope.