Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Studying Value Through Payne

I painted Edgar Payne's work  as a lesson in value today in Randy Blasquez's class. I was given two copies of boats.  One to paint and one to cut up by it's grouped values. Then I mixed the mother colors, drew my composition and blocked in the mother colors.
This is the result of my study. I should mention I used an alizarin crimson under painting.
Great lesson. Fun study.
Value Study 8"X10" Oil on Canvas Sheet

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