Painting Skies In Acrylic
The sky can sometimes be an important aspect of a scene – the entire mood of a painting can be changed by the choice of sky.
In this video you will see how John Seerey-Lester goes about selecting and painting skies as a wildlife backdrop. He prefers to paint studies of skies on location rather than working from photographs. John feels this is the only way to understand and capture the true colors.
Focusing on the use of color, John will demonstrate how he paints the different cloud formations in oil – from the fully clouds of sunny days to the menacing and dramatic formations created by an approaching storm. You will see distant rain brush stokes, he achieves the many varied effects needed to successfully paint skies.
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