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Learn how to paint a whale using realism techniques, and a whole load of fun!
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!
Continue reading "Workshops past. Been & gone. Delve into past notes, info and stories."
Hi! This one was created a little at a time, just adding elements here and there. I don't know what to call it!
I am what I call a Kindergarten Artist. I have never taken an art class nor studied proper techniques. I started painting in earnest during the pandemic,
Keeping busy and enjoying my art. Some of it is quite challenging and hopefully I can improve.
Always always loved the sea, life long dream was to live by the sea. After retiring at 60 and buying a dream home at Sandgate, Kent, England overlooking
I had the pleasure of attending one of Mark's workshops where we explored waves. At home, I continued to work on the painting, then let it sit for a
I have painted this scene twice, the second time with two pair of thongs on the path for a special couple. Mark’s tutorials have helped me with pandanus.
I had an idea for a semi funny series while reading Terry Pratchett's discworld series. The world turtle in there got me to researching the actual old
Mark Beachscapes - paint recipes (hard copy) book is now available! Start painting your beautiful beachscape today!
Continue reading "Beachscapes - paint recipes book - color mixes that work."
From a wonderful photograph - this is my attempt to capture the sunset in misty conditions on an A4 canvas pad sheet.
Had a go on a canvas pad sheet in A4 from a photo taken on holiday. I wanted the mountains to stand out though they are in the background. Not sure how