Have you always wanted to paint gorgeous, light-soaked and realistic water scenes?
Mark’s “More on Water” DVD tutorial builds on his first DVD “Water Fundamentals”, and explains in more detail how the four elements that make up the appearance of water, work together to bring realism and depth to your paintings.
Running time approx 47 mins
Size approx 1.8GB (split into 2 parts for easier downloadability):
Part 1 - 914mb approx
Part 2 - 974mb approx
MPEG-4 file (MP4). Playable on QuickTime Player (or your favourite media player). To get the latest version of QuickTime Player for your Mac or PC, click here. Ensure your media player software is up to date before downloading.
AAC Stereo audio
1920 x 1080 screen resolution
Please note these are large files. They have been optimised for the best viewing size versus download time. However, this will still take time to download. Ensure you have a strong internet connection and plenty of data availability before you begin downloading :)
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