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Wave Fundamentals

Mark’s “Wave Fundamentals” DVD tutorial builds on his DVDs “Water Fundamentals”, and “Water - Foam and Whitewash”, giving you the basics of wave anatomy and behaviour, and a step by step guide on how to create waves in two circumstances to bring depth and zest to your paintings.

Mark Waller's new downloadable tutorial, Wave Fundamentals, is out now!




***suitable for all skill levels ***
***use acrylics or oils***

You will discover:

Mark Waller's new tutorial Wave Fundamentals - out now!
  • Learn the anatomy and behaviour of waves with simple diagrams and explanations.
  • Real world examples to illustrate the processes.
  • Simple colour mixes and recipes to accelerate your learning.
  • A simple process to understand how to create waves in different circumstances.
  • Following on with the basic science of water - reflections, refracted light and the behaviour of water.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of how to create realism in your waves using reflections.
  • Create the illusion of perspective, volume and depth in water.
  • How to add the details you need to bring life & movement to your paintings.
  • Expand your knowledge of painting water.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of waves.
  • Attack your beachscapes with more confidence. 
  • Translate these concepts to create your own amazing beach paintings from this day forward.




Technical Info:

Running time approx 35 mins

Size approx 1GB (split into 2 parts for easier downloadability):

Part 1 - 537mb approx

Part 2 - 529mb 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

1280 x 720 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 :)

IMPORTANT - Note for iPad/iPod owners:

iPad (as well as iPod and iPhone) iOS operating system prevents you from downloading this file directing to your iPad. If you attempt to download the DVD to an iOS operated device (such as an iPad) it may not let you save the file (you may only be able to view it).  Please use a different computer device to download and save the file (ie your PC or laptop).  You can then import the mp4 video file to iTunes and then sync your iPad to your PC or laptop in order to view on your iPad.

HOWEVER:  You will be able to STREAM the video file with no problem on any device (as long as you are connected to the internet and have data availability).  Hooray!

On purchase of your downloadable DVD, you will receive via email two links (Part 1 and Part 2 which make up "Wave Fundamentals") which are specific to your computer.

**If you haven't received these links one hour after your purchase, please check your spam or junk folders.**

To download the MP4 files, simply click on the link (one at a time).  When downloaded you can save to your hard drive, or onto a backup disc if you wish (such as a USB drive).  We always recommend backing up your computer!

To view your video via our streaming platform, simply click on the link in the body of the email (this will take you to a specific page on our website) and enter the password (also sent in the email) in order to view.

There is a time limit and attempt limit setting on the link (to keep out those nasty pirates!) but please don't worry, if you need more attempts - which hopefully you won't - just contact us and we'll send you another link.

Happy Painting!





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