Art Apprentice Online E-Magazine is a collection of 10 painting projects and interesting informative articles designed for Artist's. Whether you are a seasoned artist or one who is curious and wants to learn more about painting and improve their skills, this issue is for you!
This e-magazine collection features several unique projects (some shown on the cover) with full painting lessons by many accomplished artists who share their skills through in-depth written articles and step by step painting lessons. Five of these lessons come with painting videos.
As always, there is something for everyone. There are several hours of video instructions included in each of our issues. Artists who wish to learn the specific painting exercises can paint along with the teacher as she shares her painting tips and demonstrates on how to paint the particular subject.
The focus of each magazine is to showcase and feature a specific artistic concept. This issue's focus is on 'color'. All artists need to understand the concepts of color and how it is used relative to art and painting...the painting articles in this issue will explain how the artist used color and why certain colors and pigments were used. This helps the student artist understand the painting from another perspective.
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The ezine or e-magazine collection is packed full of color articles that explain many artistic principles. Some of these include articles about artists pigments, mixing color, skin tones for portrait painting and color schemes.
Learning how to paint skin tones for portrait painting can be an overwhelming subject to master. In this painting article, Instructor Neadeen Masters takes the guess work out of it. Skin tones are explained and the subtle differences between skin colors are addressed. This article will become a 'go to' reference for future painting.
Artist Gaby Hunter paints a brilliant orange hibiscus flower. For those of you interested in learning how to paint a hibiscus, Gaby has broken down the painting instructions into bite size pieces. This makes it easy to follow the painting lesson and learn from each step along the way. The Hibiscus painting lesson is followed by an article that takes a closer look at the colors used and how the artist chose to apply them. Students learn how to approach a subject using an underpainting for the initial steps.
Artist Sue pruett shares another painting lesson featuring a mini still life painting. (see below) In this lesson, students learn to apply color to create form and also learn how to apply a simple reflection.
Want to know more about painting reflections in water and understand what to look for? This article, featured below, will help you. Instructor Neadeen Masters breaks down the colors so you will understand the color relationships between the subject and the reflection. This is one of many technical articles addressing artistic concepts.
These are some of the acrylic painting lessons featured in this issue. A simple white daisy makes a big statement when painted on a large scale. Connie Clark describes how to use transparent color glazes to impart interest and form on the flower petals. This lesson is one of many that is accompanied by video demonstrations.
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