So many attractive women at your workshops.. I might have to attend one. Oh, and nice painting. :)
I think it's really interesting how you set up for the individual workshop painters. Would you please consider a post of what works? Would especially like to know what light bulb you use and if overhead lights are on.
Carol, your peaches are sooo peachy! I am really enjoying your posts as a newbie daily artist in the UK and hope to generate some interest over here for such work - no-one here has ever really heard of the daily painting world. I am a transatlantic fan and look forward to every posting!
Hi Carol Marine,I keep wondering if there is something deeper going on with your paintings. Sometimes they really resonate. Yea, I would kinda like to know the specifics of the light too - the temperature, lumens — your colors are wonderful. You don't use ellipse templates do you? The eclipses seem so accurate; hard to imagine free-handing. I hope I'm not being to nosy.Thanks, Chris Bungart
Thanks, ya'll!Connie, I ask each student to bring a lamp and lightbulb. I personally prefer the daylight floods, 50W, but just about anything will work. There are always overhead florescents, and we leave those on, otherwise we would not be able to see to paint. It actually ends up creating a nice effect that blues up the shadows, since they lights are often more yellow in comparison to the florescents.Christian, I'm not sure what an ellipse template is, but I do use a trick that I came up with. I posted about it on April 4, 2009, so if you search back through my archives you can read more about it. I teach it in my workshops.
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