How to Paint with Mark Waller
Water - Foam & Whitewash
Want to paint great waves? Understand waves? Learn how whitewash behaves? It’s all here for you.
Building on from Mark’s Water Fundamentals DVD tutorial, Water - Foam & Whitewash dives into more detail to create your own convincing waves & wavelets, whitewash trails and foam.
>> Suitable For All Skill Levels <<
>> Use Acrylics or Oils <<
You will discover:
- How to create volume and depth in your whitewash
- Creating tiny wavelets and suds trails
- Wave and whitewash behaviour and appearance
- Using reflections to shape larger waves and create realism
- How to build layers for dimension and body
- How tiny details make worlds of difference
Running time approx 34 mins
Size approx 484MB
MPEG4 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.
AAC Stereo audio
720 x 404 screen resolution.
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