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Learn the art of painting a moonlight scene by learning to paint the “not-waves”. This step-by-step tutorial taken from our recent workshop will show you how!
Upcoming workshops & tutorials in your local areas, check here!
Mark Waller's workshops past - discover what was learned about, talked about, laughed about and consumed with gusto!
I offered to do a painting as a wedding present and the request was a beach scene. After quietly freaking out (I'd never painted water,sand etc before)
If you look up my old name Rhonda Pock you will see the story of Pip. To this day I keep that painting close. I have begun giving Pip a family and this
Until recently I have worked mainly with pen and ink - I love the monochrome look and creating shape with dots and marks - but I promised a friend I would
Learn how to paint this compelling seagull in our downloadable and streamable tutorial
My acrylic story is limited due to moving over to watercolour, so I hope you will excuse the intrusion, but I did want to share one of my favourites.
Acrylic Seascape 1000cm x 600cm. I painted this from a reference photo I liked from a friends holiday snap. It took me awhile to do, stopping and starting
I love painting cars in acrylics especially classic cars of the 1930's and 40's. This 'Bentley Speed 6' is one of my favourites. The biggest challenge
I retired about 4 years ago and moved to the sunny southern Arizona Sonoran Desert. I was so astonished at the beauty that I chose to take up painting.
I first started acrylic painting as a small kid. As an adult I went to school to become a sculptor. We were renovating my studio space and as a result
I've been a longtime follower of this page, but never posted before. I usually work as a digital artist, but it's fun to dip into the real-life paints