Tag Archives: Lukas Berlin

Wild horses

This is my idea of learning to paint horses.  Started with water soluble Lukas Berlin.  I didn’t find these paints colors were intense enough,  they were great for blocking in.  Layered with Richelson oil paints and M Grahmn with a … Continue reading

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Paint Basket lesson

Dale Rowney water soluble oils sponsored this free lesson with paint basket.  I used Lukas Berlin water soluble oils.  This was the wet on wet technique.  I had paint all over,  me, the computer, I made a big mess.  This … Continue reading

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“Finger painting weekend workshop” by Iris Scott

I bought Iris Scott’s book.  I gave it a try.  I really like her paintings.  The book gave pretty good direction but hard to follow and flip pages with paint on your hands.  It says let lose & have fun. … Continue reading

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Feet in the water

These are my two grandchildren at the beach in Florida getting there feet wet.  The older child keeps a watchful eye over her little brother.  This is a practice challenge.  I can see my progress the more I paint the … Continue reading

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Lessons learned

Sister selfies is the painting I wanted to try.  1st lesson I learned is look at the photo at the same angle.  I sketched it out in cheap artist loft acrylic and started to ad some color with acrylics.  These … Continue reading

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Done!  

Critiques welcomed!  I think I’m done.  I tend to keep seeing things while its on the easel drying.  If you see anything that could be improved upon let me know.  I’m trying to learn.   

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$100

I thought I could paint this in a day!  I decided to try to paint light illuminating through a bill. I thought I could do this in about 2 hours. It is taking a little longer than I thought. I … Continue reading

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Hall groat study 

This is a light study.  I guess it is finished the lesson got you started but then left you on your own.   I used Lukas Berlin oils with linseed oil.  These paints are very inexpensive but water soluable I have … Continue reading

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Coffee Break

This is another lesson from Hall Groats.  I like these lessons.  I promised myself I would complete these courses.  I am also getting used to these new inexpensive water soluable oils (Lukas Berlin).  They seem a gooey out of the … Continue reading

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Lemons?

These are supposed to be lemons.  This is another Hall Groat class.  I’ll need to add details but I definitely need to give it time to dry.  I used Lukas Berlin water soluable oils for the first time.  I like … Continue reading

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