Light is all important to David’s work. In this film he goes in search of the wonderful light of Italy along the Amalfi coast. Arriving in a new area, he emphasises the benefit of sketching before starting to paint. He then goes on to complete paintings of a variety of subjects including scenes of boats and buildings, a beach, the charming hilltop village of Ravello on a sunny afternoon and even a street painted at night. His paintings perfectly capture the atmosphere and light of the Italian scenery.
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In this class you will be guided through a detailed step-by-step process to paint a realistic apple in watercolor.
Hi! This class is all about painting flowers with watercolor. I'll be teaching you how to paint flowers step by step and the most basic and easy flowers there are to paint. I'm also going to show you some details you can add to your flowers so they look more realistic, with more volume, and also, I created some great projects and ideas with flowers, like how to paint flowers inside a figure, how to make a flower crown, and how to arrange them to make a flower bouquet. I really love flowers, they're one of my favorite things to paint using watercolors. I had so much fun creating this class for you guys, I know you will enjoy it and you will learn a lot!
The one DVD you will both cherish and employ, no matter how or what you paint, David A. Leffel: Painting the Portrait, Lewis in Oil, presents the world renown artist David A. Leffel, in 1991, in his New York studio, after nearly 20 years of teaching at the Art Students League of New York, directly and confidently defining in words and in brush strokes what painting means to him.