In this 30 minutes tutorial Dutch painter Janhendrik Dolsma introduces an old painting technique, the grisaille (painting in grey tones only). He demonstrates how to do a grisaille and how to paint colors on top of it later.
Dolsma explains the advantages of using this technique, while working on a painting (a dune landscape with a huge cloud hovering over it) and explaining every step of the process.
Video: Why use a Grisaille to Paint Clouds?
Movie format: Avi/Mpeg4. Size: 1.9 GB, 30 minutes, English voice over
how to prime your paper using Paynes Grey and Titanium White (oil paint)
which paper to use for oil painting
the advantages of using a grisaille as an underpainting
how to transform the grey wash into cloud shadows
how to use a catís tongue brush, a water color brush and a fan brush
how to apply color on top of a grisaille
the difference between tonal value and color
how to use color and light to create space in a landscape
how to make your whites whiter than white
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