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New Heritage Porcelain Technique
This summer we are introducing a new painting technique that we are sure our artists will enjoy. It is very versatile in looks and will allow each artist to develop their own styles. We will begin the introduction of this technique with the release of a "Seminar in a Box" DVD set. This 5 DVD set will feature 9 paintings, detailed explanations of the technique with many painted samples. 5 paintings painted completely under HD Video camera so you can see the technique and 5 different variations of the technique in full HD color and detail. We will also include 4 other paintings with 50+ step photos for each and detailed written lessons. David will also be including a special "Porcelain Color Theory" presentation which shows the use of several concentrated Heritage Pigments and the various looks you can achieve with them. Learn "Porcelain Color Theory!"
This series will start with some beginning techniques and simple designs. From there we will advance to some more complicated applications of the technique. Each artist can adjust the technique to their desired taste. It is very forgiving. The technique can be applied to a wide variety of surfaces and this will be explained in detail throughout the video series.
Global Art Supply will also be adding a new forum which will help all students of this technique. There you can share your photos and discuss with teachers some of the various looks and variations of the technique.
Lets start a summer of painting with a new, fun, fast and exciting way to paint. Join us as we create new beautiful works of art!
CHECK YOUR COLORS AND BRUSHES...
SEVERAL NEW ONES ADDED FOR THIS TECHNIQUE
Brushes These are the brushes used in the techniques presented.
GAB01 - Watercolor # 4 Round
GAB07 3/4 Inch Oval Wash Watercolor- Used to "blur" and soften colors.
GAB13- 3/4 Inch Flat Brush- Fusion
GABSK03 Fusion Flat Set, Filberts could also be used.
Kemper Wipe Out Tool
Colors For the Series and Techniques
Throughout the series, we will be showing some color education on these colors and how to vary them to find your own "personal palette".
Here is the basic "Painting Palette" for the Porcelain Technique.
Phthalo Green Blue
Naphthol Red Light