thumbnail_dvd_series-5_lesson-1-cover

Painting Atmospheric Space–DVD

$10.95

In this first lesson on Aerial Perspective, Dianne explains why things appear to changes as they move into distance, then demonstrates a method for translating this phenomenon with paint.

Choose this DVD

Product Description

Painting Atmospheric Space-DVD

ae-banner

Observing and painting the atmosphere is the focus of Painting Atmospheric Space,  the first in our aerial perspective series. The lesson demonstrates how the color, shapes and edges change because of particles in space.   This study examines how we can interpret those changes in paint. Here we see how we can translate distance we observe by controlling value contrast, intensity and edges.  

For this study, Dianne uses a limited palette of colors that include the dominant colors in the scene plus their complements.  These choices allow the strong contrast needed for nearby space as well as the more muted contrast required for distance.

To augment this study, check out Dianne’s paintings Approaching Sundown on the Tallulah and Winter Morning on the Tallulah both found in the “Earth and Water” page of he website.

 

 

 

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

HTML Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com

MAKING COMPOSING PAINTINGS COME ALIVE!

4/P3Dk6GWrIAV8HMQa6oCPUFNUJDKKiv-UBXkafYjJbwo