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Aisling.net How to paint an apple, with oil paints - New!
Art Studio: Acrylic Painting - a text-based guide to the basics of working with the acrylics, covering the grades, forms and characteristics of paint, types of brushes available, surfaces and more Paint - Brushes - Surfaces - Other Tools and Materials - FAQ's
Diynet Do It Yourself Painting and Staining  Airbrushing Firefighter Clayton Reed uses airbrushing to relieve the stresses of his job. - Arts and Crafts Dining Table: Assembling the Ends After the tabletop is created, the end pieces are cut and assembled. - Arts and Crafts Dining Table: Finishing The tabletop is added and the dining table is sanded and stained. - Arts and Crafts Dining Table: Starting at the Top Expert woodworker Bruce Johnson creates an arts and crafts dining table. - Arts and Crafts Dining Table: Stretchers Stretchers traverse the ends of the table to create stability. - Chalk Art Sidewalk artist Tom Wang creates ethereal, temporary art -- with chalk! - Egg Art Marina Degtjarewsky shares her intricately detailed egg artistry. - Holiday Paint Techniques Jon Eakes explores some of the latest decorative paints, tips, and techniques - Old-World Portrait A color-copy transfer and crackle medium achieve an antique look. - Painted Canvas Room Divider Canvas-covered panels are painted and used as artistic room dividers. - Russian Painting Technique The elegant look of Zhostovo painting is simple to achieve in this project. Mixing colors Brass Leafing on a Terra-Cotta Pot Guest Kurt Cyr demonstrates how to brass-leaf a pot. - Decorative Boxes  Debbie Stapley uses two techniques for decorating boxes. - Folk-Art Painting Editor of Craftworks magazine demonstrates folk-art painting. - Glass Painting Crafts expert Debbie Shapely demonstrates the beauty of painting glass. - Gold-Leaf Memory Plate Guest Sara Cron creates a memory plate with gold leafing. - Gold-Leaf Rock Luminarias Debbie Stapley creates simple and beautiful gold-leaf luminarias. Two-Color Paint Effects - - Milk Paint - Painting an Animal Footstool - Handwriting on a Table - Country Finish - Hidden Treasure Boxes - Painted Floor Cloths - Rollershade Murals - Sponge Painting - Sponge and Stencil a Wall - Folk-Art Painting - Watercolor Gift Bag
FARP Watercolor Technique - a brief illustrated, instructional overview of the techniques of watercolour painting, covering the supplies needed, the the wash, opaque, erasing and tinting techniques, miscellaneous hints and more Acrylic Painting - an illustrated, instructional article that provides an oviewview to acrylic painting, covering what acrlics are, the brushes, paints and other tools used, painting surfaces, canvas preparation, impasto, glazing and straight-from-the-tube techniques and more
Lesson Plans Page   Painting  Pre-kids Using Karo Syrup to create Art (Can be used for Special Education) - A 4th of July lesson involving making a simulated fireworks display - Paint a Picture of what you want to be; an Art and Social Studies lesson - Here's an Art idea for creating a "Sheet Of Color" - This Art idea uses Karo Syrup for Painting with - Here's a unique idea - Jell-O Painting! - An interesting idea called "Painting With Mud" - This Art lesson involves Painting (or Drawing) Sunsets and Landscapes and some Geology study too - Grade 2-3   Using Karo Syrup to create Art (Can be used for Special Education) - A 4th of July lesson involving making a simulated fireworks display - Paint a Picture of what you want to be; an Art and Social Studies lesson - Here's a unique idea - Jell-O Painting! - This Painting lesson is on Janet Fish's Still Lifes - This Art lesson involves Painting (or Drawing) Sunsets and Landscapes and some Geology study too - Grades 4-5 Using Karo Syrup to create Art (Can be used for Special Education) - This Painting lesson is on Janet Fish's Still Lifes - This Art lesson involves Painting (or Drawing) Sunsets and Landscapes and some Geology study too  Grades 6-7 Using Karo Syrup to create Art (Can be used for Special Education) - This Art lesson involves Painting (or Drawing) Sunsets and Landscapes and some Geology study too - Here's a brief idea for creating Parodies of the American Gothic Painting - Junior/ High school Photography is the subject of this lesson involving Dorthea Lange's Migrant Mother - Here's a brief idea for creating Parodies of the American Gothic Painting Multiple/ Other This lesson on Violence involves creating Memorials for September 11th through Poems & Painting
 Drawing Pre-kids This lesson involves creating Textured Rubbings - This lesson on Rainbows involves students creating a Crayon Resist - An Art History lesson on Drawing Landscapes - This Art / Science lesson asks students "What's Inside The Egg?" - Let your students draw AND write, "All About Me" Grade 2-3 A brief lesson idea on Art using pastels for Weather - Here's a lesson plan on "Squiggle Art" - This lesson involves creating Textured Rubbings - This lesson on Rainbows involves students creating a Crayon Resist - This lesson is on Robert McCall and Sketching to get Artwork Ideas - This lesson involves Martin Luther King Jr. and Faith Ringgold to make a Quilt to Record History - Students use Words and Pictures as Visual Images to tell Stories in this lesson - Let your students draw AND write, "All About Me" - Start the first week of school off right with this fun idea Grades 4-5 A brief lesson idea on Art using pastels for Weather - Here's a lesson on Creating Value in Art by using Grids - Students use Words and Pictures as Visual Images to tell Stories in this lesson - Let your students draw AND write, "All About Me"   Grades 6-7 Here's a lesson on Creating Value in Art by using Grids - With this idea, students Explore Creativity by Drawing from Rubbings  Junior/ High school This lesson on Calligraphy is called "Write Me A Picture!" - Here's a lesson on Creating Value in Art by using Grids - With this idea, students Explore Creativity by Drawing from Rubbings Multiple/ Other A brief lesson idea on Art using pastels for Weather - This lesson on Calligraphy is called "Write Me A Picture!" - Students use Words and Pictures as Visual Images to tell Stories in this lesson

Oil Painting - a text-based instructional guide to the major aspects of oil painting technique, covering surfaces, easels, brushes, palettes, mediums, varnishes, solvents, other tools, oil painting techniques and more tips Surfaces - Easels - Brushes - Palettes - Mediums, Varnishes, and Solvents - Other tools - Oil Painting Techniques - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) - Dictionary
Oil Painting Demonstrations: Workshop Tutorial - step-by-step illustrated oil painting tutorials by painter Martin Ridley, covering initial sketches & drawings for painting, final layout and start of oil painting, oil painting stages and more  
Oil Painting Tutorials - illustrated, online tutorials which explain painting methods based on predominant techniques of pre-twentieth century Western oil painting.  A BRIEF HISTORY OF OIL PAINTING - DEFINITIONS OF OIL PAINTING TERMS - Drying Oils and Mediums - Resins and Varnishes - Pigments Past - Pigments Present - Pigment Chemistry -  Supports for Painting - Grounds for Canvas and Linen -  Techniques of Past Masters - Discussion with a National Gallery Conservator Painting Demos DEMONSTRATION 1 : "Marble Walls" A neoclassical figurative work. Process Similar to Flemish Technique.- DEMONSTRATION 2: "Olivia and Natalie Lebamoff" A portrait of two girls using a blue underpainting as Bouguereau was said to do in some of his works.- DEMONSTRATION 3: "Surfside" Contemporary Romantic Figurative. Direct painting on a warm toned canvas. Pour traduire une page web ou du text utilisez "Reverso"!
Oil Painting with Zest-it - text-based instruction on oil painting for beginners, covering basic oil painting techniques, how brushes and knives are made, why to use a palette or easel, the fat over lean principal, colour and theÝcolour wheel, colour mixingÝ, tonal values, tole painting and more  About Oils, Paint, Colour and the Colour Wheel. - Tonal Values - How brushes and knives are made. Why use a palette or easel? - One-stroke brushes - Tuition, hints, tips with free projects to try.  Gallery of Flowers painted wet-on-wet - techniques  of painting oils traditional and wet-on-wet. The fat over lean principal - Colour Mixing and Colour Mixing Extra - Here you can find out about Tole, Tole painting, or visit the Gallery  NEW project - Instructional videos on Tole and Flower painting in Oils. Reviews Plus a watercolour!  Your  questions answered about painting and terminology. Pour traduire une page web ou du text utilisez "Reverso"!
Online Art Demos - step-by-step illustrated instructional guides on a variety of oil painting topics by Welsh artist Jason Morgan, including how to paint soft feathers on mallards and ducklings, water ripples, reflections, bounced light, cottages, realistic evergreens and bushes, creating depth in your paintings, tonal painting, preparing the canvas, cleaning brushes and more  Wild life art demo - Landscape demos - Basic demos Pour traduire une page web ou du text utilisez "Reverso"!
Painting About Acrylic 10 Tips for Beginner Acrylic Painters - Before You Buy Acrylic Painting Supplies - How To Varnish an Acrylic Painting  - Introduction to Acrylics - Acrylic Paints Q&A - Preparing Supports for Acrylic Painting  - Acrylic Painting Drying Information - Acrylic Mural Painting Techniques - Landscape Demonstration with Acrylics - Mixing Acrylics with Coloured Pencils Oils  Before You Buy Oil Painting Supplies - How To Varnish an Oil Painting - 10 Tips for Oil Painters - Oil Paints Q&A - Water-Soluble Oil Paint - Heat-Set Oil Paints - Painting Water in Oils - Make Your Own Oil Paints - Oil Portrait - Zebras in Oils   Watercolors Before You Buy Watercolour Painting Supplies - How To Choose a Watercolour Paper  - Pastels Before You Buy Pastel Art Supplies - Can I Use Hairspray to Fix Pastel? - How to Fix a Broken Pastel - How to Make Your Own Pastels - How To Select Pastel Colours  - History of Pastels - Pink Iris Pastel Demonstration - Pastel Tips & Techniques Other All About Airbrushing - All About Chinese Brushpainting - All About Computer Art - All About Egg Tempera Painting - All About Glass Painting - All About Graffiti - All About Gourd Art.- All About Mixed Media - All About Printing - Encaustic Materials - Stencils and Stencilling Free Stencils - Stencil Class 1: How to Cut a Stencil - Stencil Class 2: How to Use a Stencil Brush - 10 Tips for Stencilling - Free African Stencils - How to Stencil - Stencil Paint Effects - Long Stencils - Stencil a Strawberry Border  - American Patriotic Stencils - Fabric painting 10 Tips for Getting Started with Fabric Paints - Book Review: Complex Cloth - A Guide to Surface Design - Book Review: Skydyes - A Visual Guide to Fabric Painting - How to Tie Dye - Creating a Floorcloth - Flower Painting on Silk - Silk Painting Decorative Effects - Mounting a Silk Painting - Tips on Batik - Batik Stamping -  Face and Body Painting 10 Tips for Face Painting - Before You Buy Temporary Body Art Kits  - Face Paints Recipe - Free Henna Designs - Clown Faces - Halloween Face Painting - Tips and Techniques for Body Painting - Faces for Kids - Paint a Butterfly Face - Body Painting as Fine Art - Figure Painting, Anatomy, & Portraiture Figure Painting Class 1: Body Proportions - Figure Painting Class 2: Face Proportions - How To Work With Models For Figure Painting - The Differences Between Men and Women Anatomy for Artists - Proportion for Figure Painting - Basic Poses - Putting Figures in a Painting - Reference Photos: Hands - Drawing Hair - Drawing Horses - Body Scan - So You Want to Be a Painter's Model? - Oil Portrait Pour traduire une page web ou du text utilisez "Reverso"!
Pastel Tips & Techniques - a detailed, illustrated guide to successful pastel painting, covering what they are and their history, papers for pastels, using textured backgrounds, colour ranges and their combinations, permanence, colour blending, opacity and layering, their usage and storage and more Papers for pastel, Using coloured backgrounds - Using textured backgrounds, Things to remember about paper, Choosing the right paper - Colour ranges and their combinations - Permanence, Colour blending - Opacity and layering, Complementary colours - Using and storing pastels - Basic palette, Using all the tints of one colour - Additional colours for particular techniques - Using acrylic texture gels and colours, Using water and gum arabic, Mixing media - Using brushes and erasers, Rescuing overworked pictures - Making the most of fixatives, Avoiding colour change, Fixing experimental work - Suitable framing methods, Storing unframed pictures Pour traduire une page web ou du text utilisez "Reverso"!
Rod's Watercolour Painting Demo's - step-by-step illustrated lessons on specific watercolor painting subjects, including instruction on how to paint magnolias, roses, a bowl of fruit, a garden fairy and more  
Steps to Watercolor - online lessons on topics concerned with the basics of watercolour painting, including "What to do with Backgrounds", "Gradated Washes", "How to Paint Lace" and more New Lesson:  Overpainting the Pot - Lace - The Easy and Fun Way!!! Lesson #1   The Lace - Lesson #2   The Flowers and the Pot - Lesson #3    Underpainting the Pot - Lesson #4    Sedimentary & Transparent Colors - Lesson #5     Overpainting the Pot Washes (Back by popular demand!)  - Lesson #1 What to Do With The  Background? - Lesson #2 Gradated Wash and Value Change with Direct Flat Field Wash - Morning Glory Blues Lesson #1 - Lesson #2  Underpainting the Leaves - Lesson #3 Painting  the Leaves - Lesson #4 Painting the Flowers  - Lesson #5 The Finish!!!  - Pointers from Penny  
Steve Elliott's WaterColour Gallery Studio/Workshop - thoroughly illustrated structured lessons in painting watercolour landscapes. Lesson 1 Materials and Equipment - Lesson 2 The Basic Wash - Lesson 3 The Graduated Wash - Lesson 4 Glazing - Lesson 5 Wet in Wet - Lesson 6 Composition - Lesson 7 Lifting Out - Lesson 8 Negative Painting - Lesson 9 Perspective - Lesson 10 Dry Brush - Lesson 11 Snow in Landscapes - Lesson 12 Snow in Landscapes (Salt Glaze) - Lesson 13 Controlling a Wet Wash - Lesson 14 Trees in Landscapes - Lesson 15 Buildings in Landscapes - Lesson 16 Detail in Buildings - Lesson 17 Putting it All Together - Lesson 18 Flowers in Landscapes (using masking fluid) - Lesson 19 Line and Wash - Lesson 20 Limited Palette - Lesson 21 Animals in Landscapes - Lesson 22 People in Landscapes - Lesson 23 Putting it all Together - Lesson 24 Painting Out Doors 
Uncle fred Draw and color for young kids
WannaLearn.com  Free, online tutorials, lessons, guides... Acrylics - Color Theory - Murals - Oil Painting - Pastels - Watercolors
Watercolors - a brief guidesheet designed to help the beginner and the professional find information on on the watercolour medium, including tips on paper, brushes, paint and more Paper - Brushes - Paint - Other Tools - FAQ's - Feedback

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