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CHILDREN AND LIKENESS: SUPPLY LIST

Here are some of the key learnings of this class :

  • What makes a child portrait different from an adult portrait
  • Specific key proportions and features of children
  • How to get likeness right from the beginning with a simple value mapping
  • Tips when painting a family member or relative
  • The secret to creating one of the most complex color schemes: The Tetrad!
  • Considerations, materials and tips for painting large canvases
  • Why layering colors is important and how many is too many
  • Bonus: Did our model approve of the likeness of the painting?

PAINT COLORS

•       Turquoise Phthalo (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3FOR8r2
•       Permanent Green Light (Matisse) - https://amzn.to/3BTUnfo
•       Cadmium Yellow Dark (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3HVCH7e
•       Benzimidazole Yellow Light (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3hJaBBg
•       Cadmium Red Light (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3FMXwPp
•       Cadmium Red Medium (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3VjPP90
•       Permanent Violet Dark (Golden) - https://amzn.to/3WF3GrR
•       Dioxazine Purple (Matisse) - https://amzn.to/3YFcMGO

OTHER MATERIALS 

PRINCIPLES OF ART: EMPHASIS - SUPPLY LIST

Create impact in your work so that the viewer will not want to look away. Luzdy teaches 4 ways to do this using an important Principles of Art: Emphasis.

FIGURE SIMPLIFIED CLASS SUPPLY LIST

The complexity of bone, muscle and skin can overwhelms us and stop us from even attempting to paint the figure. Luzdy will break down the figure and teach you to see it in terms of lines and shapes so that you can successfully paint the figure even if you've never tried it before.

This class is about learning to paint the human figure in a simplified, creative way, from beginning sketches of lines, shapes, and tones, to building the body form with expressive brushstrokes and abstract body colors that Luzdy is known for. With the new methods you'll learn in this class you'll be able to paint a variety of poses without learning anatomy.

PAINT COLORS

SUBSTRATE AND TOOLS

    BRUSHES

     

    COLOR AND MOOD CLASS SUPPLY LIST

    Luzdy's Vibrant Expressions Series is all about freedom! Expressive colors, gestural brushstrokes, and visual texture all spark interest and dynamism in portraits and figurative paintings. In this particular class, Color and Mood, we will focus on selecting a color palette that works to achieve a specific mood. Follow along as Luzdy paints a portrait using a Split-Complementary Color Scheme.

    Here are some key learnings in the class:

    • How to create a mood for your painting through use of a color plan 

    • How to select a color palette using the Color Wheel

    • How to use a Split-Complementary Color Scheme

    • Learn a new method for drawing/painting a ¾ angle portrait

    • How to achieve more accuracy of proportion using a scale divider tool

    • How to use a gel medium with paint for texturizing the canvas

    • How to balance color saturation

    Color and Mood Class Materials

    PAINT COLORS

    SUBSTRATE/ TOOLS

    BRUSHES

    MEDIUMS

    SUPPLIES I USE FOR MOST OF MY PAINTINGS

    BRUSHES - Princeton Catalyst Polytip


    6 comments

    • Thank you! :) Just ordered some mini blades! Had no clue they existed in this form!

      Christie Keele
    • Thank you Koryn!! I found it!

      Darla
    • Darla I found the pdf and reference by tapping the little downward arrow at the top left of the page

      Koryn Hutchison
    • Darla I found the pdf and reference by tapping the little downward arrow at the top left of the page https://kajabi-storefronts-production.s3.amazonaws.com/posts/2156391740/downloads/Qb8lR2XdQHWX5NVQRoe5_COLOR_AND_MOOD_CLASS_1_.pdf?response-content-disposition=attachment%3B%20filename%3DCOLOR_AND_MOOD_CLASS_1_.pdf&X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=AKIAI4TIKYMSB4PQMFBA%2F20220325%2Fus-east-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20220325T135038Z&X-Amz-Expires=604800&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Signature=7d5e4f3893a164e1c0ccacd88c2a7071562c828591b83478fe12f052012d75ce

      Koryn Hutchison
    • I’m not seeing the original reference photo, is it not included or did I miss it somehow? So excited to watch you create this painting! I struggle with proportions when doing anything but a full on front view. :)

      Darla

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