字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - Hey, welcome back. I'm certainly glad you could join us today. I thought today we'd do a painting, it's very simple, I think you'll enjoy it. Let's start out and have them run all the colors across the screen that you'll need to paint along with this. While they're doing that, let me show you what I've got up here today. I have my plain old 18 by 24 inch double prime pre-stretched canvas, and I've just covered it with a very thin coat of liquid white. That's basically all. We use 18 by 24 inch canvas, but you use any size that you like when you're doing yours. I thought I'd start with a little, just a little two inch brush today. I'm going to tap a little bit of Indian yellow into it. Don't need a lot of color, something about like so. Let's go up in here, and maybe right here we'll do that. That's all there is to it. Okay, got that one finished, it's that easy. I'll go into a little bit of cad yellow. Same way, just use a little two inch brush. We don't have to even do anything, just go around the edges without cleaning it, touch a little bit of yellow ochre. There, just working the yellows out here. A little bit more of the yellow ochre, come right on around. Something about like that. If you put two eyes and a big smiley face in there, it'd look like little orphan Annie. There we are. Okay. Sort of blend those together. That's all we're looking for today, something about like that. Still without cleaning the brush, go and touch a little bit of the alizarin crimson. Don't need a whole bunch. And just begin blending that together. I want to make a sky that looks like there's a, maybe the sun's here, and it's shining out, and it's a beautiful day. We'll do this painting mostly in brown tones. Sometimes it's gorgeous to do paintings in just one tone. There we are. Mmm, all right. Now, then, I want to mix up a color. I like brown made from sap green and alizarin crimson. That's one of my favorite colors. There we are, and I'm going to mix it a little bit to the reddish side. Just a small amount. Normally we don't worry about mixing color too well. Today, I want to mix this pretty good, because I don't want any green streaks up in the sky. Okay. That ought to do it. Wipe the old knife, then we'll go right into that brown that we made. There, and we'll go up in here, and let's begin using that. See it? It sort of matches all this, it sort of works together. It's really a gorgeous brown. All right. And some on the other side, just right in there. And then we'll finish the canvas up. We'll just use a little vandyke brown. Little bit on the other side. And we're ready to wash the old brush. As you know if you've painted with me before, that's really the fun part of this whole procedure, is just washing the brush. This is the way, it's the way I get even with everybody here in the studio that picks on me. All right. (laughs) You can certainly change the decor of a room very rapidly if you're not careful. I suggest when you do this at home, you get a little device called a brush beater rack. It fits down in the bottom of a waste paper basket, it allows you to do all this without, without ruining a happy marriage, because you can certainly do that in a heartbeat if you cover the living room with paint. I'm just blending all these colors together, like so. All right, and then I'm going to wash the brush again. I'm really just looking for excuses to wash the brush. (laughs) There we are. Now then, I want to brighten that a little more, so I'll go right into titanium white. We just put a little on the two inch brush. Go right up in here. Start in the lightest area, and begin working outward. We want this to be the lightest, brightest part of this whole painting, right here. There. And just begin blending that outward. Now you can do this several times, to achieve a desire lightness. You can make it as light or as bright as you want, but once you get our here in these dark colors, I suggest that you clean the brush before you bring it back into the center. There we go. Something about like so. Once again, you can make it as light as you want it when you do your painting. Or leave it as dark as you want. It's really an individual thing. Now, very lightly. I just want to take out the brush strokes. Now, then. If you want to put the indication, knock off the excess paint, if you want to put the indication of a little sun, we can do a little finger painting right there, and just take your finger and make a little round sun. Those square suns sort of bother people. Make it sort of round. Of course, then, you have to clean your finger, and you beat it against the easel the same way. All right. And just barely caress it, and the indication of a little sun will remain right there in your sky, that easy. See there? It's all you need. Okay, let's have some fun. We're still using the same old brush, a little white, a little bit of that brown color that we made out of the sap and the alizarin mixed together. Maybe in our world, way back in the distance, there's some little foothills that live back there, so let's do them. All you have to do is decide where they live in your world, and begin tapping them in. You know, when you paint, tell little stories. It makes painting easier, it makes you understand why things work in your painting. Shoot, sometimes I get carried away and maybe talk about the old trapper that lived in the woods, maybe fell in the river, just crazy things like that. But it gives you a reason for that old, abandoned cabin being there, or something like that. But make up little stories. I know, I know, you're going to say your friends and relatives will sort of laugh at you, standing around talking to yourself painting, but that's okay. That's okay. Now, then. I'm going to lift gently upward, just to make it look like little trees are growing on those hills, far away. Short, little strokes, tiny, little strokes. There. Just a little bit, don't need a lot. Just a little bit. There we are. Maybe I'll even take a little of the titanium white, I'm going to put the least little touch of Indian yelllow in it, and just here and there, touch it a little bit, so it just stands out a little. You can lighten it up a little. There, lift upward.