Watercolor painting can produce some beautiful pieces, from the typical "pretty pictures" to some that are a little more abstract–but just as beautiful! In Watercolor Painting a Landscape, you will learn how to capture that slightly more abstract feel to your painting.
Does the thought of being outside amongst beautiful landscapes and vibrant colors excite you? Are you enticed to recreate that feeling in your own creative way? Have you thought about expressing your passion for nature through oil painting? It’s rewarding, it’s fun, and it’s never been easier!
Are you fascinated by the look of various wildlife out in nature? Have you wanted to accurately portray those sprawling feathered fowl as they glide above the trees? How about portraying the jetting scaly fish that dart about in rivers and lakes? Why not gather your oil paint paraphernalia, and learn some helpful hints and new techniques to include in your next painting project?
Capture the perfect wildlife scene you’ve always dreamed about. Learn how simple it really is to turn small brushstrokes into a fantastic, colorful animal. Expand your skills and empower yourself into making a forest sprawling with wild, jaw dropping creatures.
If you're new to drawing and painting, you may be struggling to get the right perspective on your pieces. Never fear, our Creating Perspective tutorials are just for you. Learn about perspective from experts in the field, Lyn Bedford-White and Linda VanLear.
Encaustic painting might be an ancient art form, but it's as versatile and creative as any modern material. Now you can learn to create art using melted beeswax just like the Greeks and the Romans with this video course taught by instructor Margaret Berry. Encaustics enjoyed a revival a few years ago and now you can take up this on-trend craft with these classes from My Craft Academy.
If you love to draw and you've been looking for an alternative to pencil or regular markers, then Learning to Draw with Copic Markers is just the tutorial for you! Caitlin Donahue joins us in the studio to teach you how to draw using copic markers. Copic markers are permanent, non-toxic, alcohol-based markers that come in a wide range of colors.
Artist Karen LeQuia reins in her sumi-e introduction by supplementing it with a more centralized approach on florals, to really grasp the key concepts in a thematic and more advanced collection of techniques. Progress your sumi-e flora by learning cosmos, daisies, peonies, irises, and the breathtaking Japanese sakura.