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Selected Videos for the April 2019 issue of Leisure Painter

Posted on Wed 23 Jan 2019

Try painting fruit and veg with this month's selection of video demonstrations.


How to paint an apple with Jason Bowen

Follow Jason Bowen as he paints an apple using the following Winsor and Newton Galeria acrylics:

  • Cobalt blue
  • Cadmium Yellow
  • Crimson Raw Umber
  • Mars Black
  • Titanium White

Paint onions in the style of Renoir with WriteArt

This step-by-step oil painting demonstration is inspired by Onions by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1881), and was painted using titanium white, cadmium yellow, permanent rose, ultramarine, cerulean, burnt umber, burnt sienna and viridian.

Discover more on the website, rachel-shirley.blogspot.com


How to paint a lemon in watercolour using a wax resist with Nicola Blakemore

A resist is something which stops the paint adhering to the watercolour paper. This is perfect for painting the bumpy skin of something like a lemon. Gently rub over the surface of the area you are going to paint and when you do the paint will only stick to where the wax is NOT. Try it for painting tree bark and other things which want an uneven painted look.

For more watercolour painting tuition visit Nicola's online painting school.


How to paint a still life with vegetables by Paint Academy

Paint a realistic still life in watercolour by following this step-by-step demonstration.


How to paint an avocado in watercolour with Alison Fennell

Alison Fennell, whose step-by-step demonstration to paint a pig can be found in this month's issue of Leisure Painter, shows how to paint an avocado using Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolours.


For more drawing and painting demonstrations see the April 2019 issue of Leisure Painter

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Selected Videos for the April 2019 issue of Leisure Painter

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