OIL PAINTING TIPS || The Mind of an Artist #8

Another “The Mind of an Artist” Episode including the obligatory food analogy…

MY CURRENT FAVORITE BRUSHES:

Liquin:

PAINTS:
Sketchbook:
Ivory black:
Transparent Oxide Red:
Yellow Ochre:
Prussian Blue:
Viridian:
Cadmium Red:
Alizarin Crimson:
Titanium White:
Kingsblue
Cadmium Yellow

MOLESKINE ART SKETCHBOOK:

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10 Comments

  1. Im curious. What size canvases/paper/wood panel do you use for your portraits that we see here on youtube?
     Amazing art and video as always! Huge inspiration to me and my journey through oil painting

  2. I totally agree that “cheating” is a stupid word in art.. cheating on what or who? For God’s sake.. as long as you are honest when they ask you how you did it.. if you feel like responding.. I appreciate every advice from you. Thanks

  3. Louder for the people in the back!
    There is no exact ‘Skin tone’ – Just good old color temperatures & values ♡♡♡

  4. It’s always funny when people ask: “How did you make that line so straight?” Me: “uh I used a ruler.” Them: “that’s cheating.”

  5. As aspiring as ever! I loved your comments about skin tones, it made me really look at the painting I’m currently working on and realise it needs more visual contrast. And that I would really really like a sandwich.

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