Sunday, January 26, 2020... This week’s painting is the story about the Ark of the Covenant. When I, as many, think of the Ark, it conjures up Indiana Jones, and adventurous archaeology. But, after actually reading about the ark, it is far more mysterious and beautiful. Ark of the Covenant sketches for painting by Anawanitia … Continue reading Art Adventure – Ark of the Covenant Painting Process 1 of 3
Purple is the mixing of blue and red pigments. Violet usually pertains to a flower or the bluish-purple color in the spectrum of light. But regarding its place on the color wheel, it can be listed under a bluish-purple or a purplish-blue, but not exactly purple.
In this video, you will learn how to fit all of your art supplies into a Guerrilla paint box. This is a great idea for those who cannot choose what to bring, and for those artists who let the picture decide what medium it wants. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0"; amzn_assoc_search_bar = "true"; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "colorfuleasel-20"; … Continue reading Guerrilla Painter Box Stuffed Stupid for Mixed Media Artists
Yes, there are many professionals who use student grade and for good reason. Several pigments such as the phthalocyanine, quinacridones and some of the earth colors are so heavily pigmented, that you actually have an advantage purchasing the student quality because they are easier to work with. Plus, because of their affordability, you will be … Continue reading Top 5 Student Grade Oil Paint
To say “Oh, just buy these colors and you won’t have trouble” is not how artists work. There are dozens and dozens of colors available, and the ones I personally use, may not be available next week! Secondly, artists do not tend to choose colors based on practicality, they choose colors that make their hearts … Continue reading Choosing Your Colors In Any Art Medium