Saturday, January 16, 2016


Here is another beautiful art project you can easily paint on your very first try, even if you have never drawn or painted anything before! And you’ll have FUN doing it. CLICK HERE to download it.

Capturing a scene at sunset is a challenge. Colors change by the minute and you really need to be ready. It often frustrates even seasoned artists, but I love it. It’s one of my favorite times to paint.

Knowing how to handle the changing conditions makes all the difference. A number of artists asked me to lead them in a Plein Air Workshop at the edge of this farm to see how I do it. It was a huge success. Every artist was able to capture the magic of the moment. And we had a great time doing it.

Luckily I documented the entire process and this little eBook is the result. It shows you my step-by-step methods for how to approach a unique situation like this, where the conditions keep changing quickly.

Now you can follow along and paint it with us, just as if you’re right there on location. Even better actually, because you can paint at your own pace. You don’t need to race the sun as we did.

For this workshop I used water mixable oils, but it can also be painted with traditional oils, acrylics, gouache or pastels.

A quick note: This is shorter than my usual eBooks; just 13 pages. So the price is lower. But it’s loaded with pictures showing the entire process including photos of the actual scene. I’ve been told this is worth its weight in gold. You’ll have to decide for yourself, but I’m sure you’re going to love it. Happy painting!

CLICK HERE for the instant download to get started right away!

And once again I want to send my thanks to everybody for all the enthusiastic emails you’ve sent about my other recent eBook Tutorials! I’m glad you’re finding them so enjoyable and easy to use. I’ve gotten similar comments from both experienced artists as well as true beginners. To see all my eBooks CLICK HERE. HAPPY PAINTING!

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