What do you think?

So what did you think of the first demo on ‘Granulating Colours’ on this new classroom blog? (polite answers please!!!)

Was it detailed enough?  Was it useful? or not what you want?


Would you like to see a demo unfold of a Misty Wintry Morning on the outskirts of Liskeard, Cornwall?


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Nicole Ives
    Sep 18, 2012 @ 10:24:19

    Beautiful. Did you draw this?


    • Art with Yvette Blog Blog
      Sep 18, 2012 @ 10:59:52

      The image of the misty scene is a photograph of the scene that I will be demonstrating, I will draw a simple sketch to give me some guidelines.
      I will be adding this very soon for all to follow.
      The Demo of the Granulating Paint Painting was drawn very loosely.


  2. Trish Penrose
    Sep 18, 2012 @ 20:44:08

    After reading through your granulating paint demo, I’m inspired to have a go myself. It was easy to follow with just the right amount of detail. I look forward to the next one.


  3. Christina
    Sep 18, 2012 @ 21:19:01

    Such a clear description of your methods together with the illustration of the finished painting is very inspiring and encourages me get painting. A little more detail on the degree of wetness of the paper would be helpful.


    • Art with Yvette Blog Blog
      Sep 18, 2012 @ 21:25:47

      Thank you for the positive feedback and I have taken onboard your comments about the degrees of wetness when painting. An important part of the process and success of a painting is knowing how your paint dries and when you still can and can’t add more to it.


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