The various color mixing tutorials by Will Kemp are fantastic. I use this one in particular with an Intro to Acrylics class that I teach.
I thought I’d add this one from Alvaro Castagnet. Absolutely love his work.
Here is one by John Larriva
Here is an interesting discussion on Notan by Mitchell Albala
Great Gary, I love his teaching. I have his book too which is very good. Actually, I am reading it for the umpteenth time right now!
There are just way too many art videos on Youtube to narrow down to one or two. I guess it depends on what a person is looking for. For drawing instruction I like Proko and Jeff Watts. For painting, too many to mention. If you just want to watch some good demos, I love to watch Mike Lang. He has a ton of demo videos, some of which are over an hour long. If you can’t learn something from watching him for an hour, I don’t know what to tell you.
When I taught a beginners watercolor class a few years ago I usually showed a youtube demo so everyone could see the many ways of approaching doing watercolor. There is an amazing selection on youtube
watercolor snow landscape
Here is another one . . . I find the technique used in this landscape fascinating . . . amazing
Sorry I was going to post one of my own videos from Youtube to here but I don’t know how to embed it.
All I can only post a link but I’d rather embed it.
Ok, I figured it out!!!
Here is another one.
Hi Bob, I guess you figured it out how to embed a video could you please explain this to me?
Many thanks in advance.
Kind regards Michael
Stephan Bauman has a series of interesting videos
A great video, a demo by Alvaro Castagnet
Another one is by Graham Berry.
Thanks Gary, I have been watching these Stefan Baumann videos and now I am hooked! Great stuff.
Kind regards, Anne.
In researching painting supports I came across this series of basic videos by Andrew Davis
future conservators be very afraid
In case you have a hankering to make your own frames
Where to purchase Frames for 6 x 8 and 6 x 6 paintings
The videos on Watermixable Cobra oils are EXCELLENT. There are 8 in all and are well worth watching if you are using watermixable oils. I am having all my students watch them.