Cherries in Oil Paint Tutorial

Hi friends! Tonight I have a quick oil painting tutorial for you!

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Watch the video to see how!

I am using St. Petersburg Masters Class oils from Pro Art Supplies

About this paint:
Good pigment strength and high quality pigments
Rich buttery consistency
A little goes a long way-great coverage.

Here is the reference photo I used by Bec Bartell on Paint My Photo.

 

I hope you are have a great day and til next time happy crafting!

10 Responses

  1. beautiful I should frame that painting have you sign it // Mary

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  2. wonderful!
    And I love it the way you improved it by changing the stem of the cherry ….

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  3. You did a marvelous job on that, Lindsay!! Love it! I miss my oils so much – it warmed my heart to see you paint with them today! 💝

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  4. wow painting came out beautifully as always a great tutorial

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  5. Thank you, even though my crafty basement is in no danger of oil painting, I still learn something from these videos….ie… back to front, shadows, shading, highlighting… good stuff, and you make it look so easy????

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  6. I also gravitate between oils and water colors, but I have to exercise patience, lots of patience. You did wonderful!

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  7. Thank you for review on block markers. They were having a 50% sale and I needed to know how good they. Saved some money from there site. Thank you for your lessions away from big towns .

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  8. I meant Blick markers it was an oops

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  9. This looks awesome! The cherries look so real!

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