I recently shared how using a kitchen timer changed the way I work on OutdoorPainter.com. My quick start method helped me to more quickly be in the zone and capture my first impression before it got away.
A few fun things happen when working in this way too. Because I'm in a bit of a rush, I don't overmix the paint on the palette and end up with variety in color and brushstrokes on the painting. The mix of washes, drips and scumbled texture helps keep me from getting too tight later on. Its a great exercise and I encourage you to play with the idea - read my "how to" on Outdoorpainter.com.
From the Liliedahl teaser:)
My video is about to release later this month - and I've had a chance to review it! I have to say, I am really pleased! I think I've shared good information and demonstrated how I put paint on in an expressive way. Hopefully, in the almost 3 hours of painting demonstration, you will be inspired to try some of the techniques I share. You can sign up to be notified when its released and they will send you a discount.
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