Paint this image with  5 colors!

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Feeling the Blue's Photo Reference

After each class, I load an image of what I painted into Dropbox for your reference, so you can clearly see what I've completed.
When you're done painting your lesson, take a picture (jpeg) and email it to me so I can load in into Dropbox, and at the next zoom class we can work together with a critique on how to progress.

Guided Step by Step Class

Paint this guided project via YouTube Live.


$110 payable to 
Guy Magallanes

620 Taylor Way #2

San Carlos, CA 94070

"Feeling the Blues" Project

Paint this project at your leisure or LIVE

Zoom starts at 9am Friday September 3, 2021
and every Friday until finished.

You Don't have to be LIVE/Present to paint this project, you can paint this whenever you want.

You will receive a dropbox folder containing a printable photo reference and line drawing for this project.

The Zoom Class starts at 9am PT - So you can watch LIVE and ask questions. I record the session and upload to YouTube when class is done.

When the Q&A Zoom is over we then switch to YouTube Live.
 

You may replay the YouTube videos whenever you want.

List of Materials:

I'll be using a 1/4 sheet of Arches 300lb cold Pressed Paper.

Colors Needed:

Winsor & Newton
Transparent Yellow

Permanent Rose

Winsor Violet

Indanthrene

Grumbacher

Thalo Blue
 

Brushes Needed:

KingArt Max Round, Original Gold Series 9020

My favorite brushes & inexpensive

12, 6 (4 of the #12 rounds - one each for Yellow, Reds, Blues/Greens and one for water)

To order online go to:

www.hofcraft.com

Rosemary & Co

12 or 14 Red Sable Blend Series 402

To order online go to:

www.windriverarts.com

Scrubber Brush 1/8 Connoisseur Taklon Scrubber 066
 

Additional Materials Needed:

 

Incredible White Mask by Grafix

Nib to apply Masking Fluid or Applicator

Rubber Cement Pick-up Eraser
Mechanical Pencil

Red Ball Point Pen

Graphite paper NO WAX

Kneadable Eraser

Water Container

Palette for Colors or cups, or dishes

Viva Paper Towels

Plain Kleenex Facial Tissues