Hi friends! Today we are going to paint a peahen!
I am using Lukas Berlin Water mixable oils but you can use traditional oils, pastels, gouache or acrylics with slow drying medium to paint along! We are going to be sketching and painting together in this real-time class with lots of beginner tips and tricks! Feel free to pause the video as you master a technique, this is not a race, take as much time and you need and most importantly, have fun!
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- Oil Paint (Vermilion Hue OR Cad red Hue, Primary/Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ocher, Cad Yellow Hue, Viridian Hue, Ultramarine Blue, Cerulean Blue Hue, Titanium White, Burnt Umber) I used Lukas Water Mixable Oils but you can also use traditional oils or even acrylics.
- 9″x12″ Senseo Linen (canvas) Panel
- Assortment of brushes, filberts and rounds are very handy!
- Oil pastels for sketching on design. *If using acrylics or gouache use watercolor pencils to sketch.
- Reference photo from ESP on Paint My Photo.
This was so enjoyable to paint. I want to thank you for encouraging me to keep my tutorials in real-time. I am so happy that you want to spend the time to learn and not just have the instant gratification of watching a painting that took an hour be boiled down to 5 minutes which seems to be the trend on YouTube. You guys are the best! Happy crafting!