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e-Video CLASS - Landscape - 'Wet In Wet' Acrylic Painting Technique - Cottage In A Cornfield

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Great step by step class for the beginning landscape painter.

Great For a Beginning Landscape Painter!

How to Paint an Easy Landscape

for Beginner Artists


'Wet In Wet' Painting Technique



                            Cottage In A Cornfield  - Acrylic Online Class

*When you purchase this class you will receive an automatically generated Order Confirmation by email that contains the links for downloading the class lesson materials and information for accessing the video lessons.


 Discover how to use a simple 'wet in wet' painting method in Landscape Painting

Have you ever wanted to just sit and start painting?

Yes... I am sure you have. Direct Painting or 'wet in wet' is a fundamental painting method where the subject is completed in one or two sittings. It's a fast and fun way for the beginner painter to approach any landscape painting.


Landscape painting is perhaps the most popular subject artists want to paint. It is by far one of the most diverse and commonly seen, mostly because we are surrounded by the subject. 

Wet in wet painting techniques render a more painterly or looser style of painting that is efficient and fun for painting landscapes quickly. Grab a prepared canvas surface, and go directly to painting the finished composition - that's the goal!


  • Begin the painting lesson with step by step video demonstrations that explain how and why the teacher is using the brush, adjusting the paint and creating the basic shapes of the clouds.
  • Neadeen shows you how to set up your palette, load the brush and begin the formation of the sky. As a beginning landscape painter, you'll learn by viewing how the teacher approaches the canvas and begins the landscape painting. 
  • These are fundamental painting skills to carry forward in other landscape paintings.


Learn to paint, simple and fast clouds, foliage and trees!!
Observe as artist Neadeen Masters demonstrates the painting technique, how to use eye/hand coordination to control the brush to create certain effects.
Acrylics dry quickly, so Neadeen shows you how to use Extender Medium to slow the drying time. This makes acrylic painting much more enjoyable and takes the stress out of the quick drying aspect of the paint.  


  • There are many classroom forums where you'll upload photographs of your work, and questions and answers are shared between students and me the instructor. Feedback is very important for the new student. This helps you know that you are on the right track. If there are any issues or challenges, these Q & A’s forums help clarify anything that might not be completely clear to you. All our students love the forums.

Watch and learn from the best seat in the house

One of the greatest benefits to taking an online class like this, is having the ability to watch the video presentations over and over.

If you need to re-watch a particular painting technique more than once, you can do so with a click. This also gives you lots of time to practice and digest the information at your own pace. Watching the videos from the best seat in the house gives you an over the shoulder view of the whole painting process from start to finish.


Below is a short video overview of the final painting details from the online class. You can see every stroke at very close range.


Basic Painting Supplies (not included in class tuition)
Palette: DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics:
Burnt Umber – (PBr 7)
Carbon Black – (PBk 7)
Hansa Yellow Medium (PY73)
Naphthol Red – (PR 170)
Opaque White – (PW6)
Phthalo Blue – (PB 15:3)
Phthalo Green-Blue – (PG 7)
Ultramarine Blue – (PB 29)
Yellow Oxide – (PY 43)
Mediums –DecoArt Traditions:
Extender Medium
Glazing Medium DATM01
Extender & Blending Medium DATM02
Satin Varnish DATM04
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  • 5

    Posted by Stolta on 10th Feb 2013

    I can not speak very much english but I can say I LOVE IT!!!!!!

  • 5
    Great class

    Posted by DStuart on 28th Jan 2013

    I enjoyed learning the wet-on-wet techniques with this class. Also, I enjoyed learning the use of the different brushes. I was very happy with the end results and look forward to taking more classes under Naedeen Masters.

  • 5
    Excellent class

    Posted by Brazil on 11th Nov 2012

    I very much enjoy this class. I learn very much Thank you teacher Nedeen Masters

  • 5
    Excellent Class

    Posted by NA- Jackson - Mississippi on 28th Oct 2012

    Learned so much in this class. neadeen you opened my eyes to many possibilities. I enjoyed the wet in wet process. This was only the second time I painted landscape, but I found the class easy to follow along with. Thank you.

  • 4
    Landscape painting

    Posted by Norma on 15th Jun 2012

    This class was wet on wet painting. It was a challenge in that it made you work fast, leave detail with your brush and "leave it alone". The class was very clearly presented and easy to follow. I enjoyed the technique and learnt alot.

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