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ArtTutor - Make Great Artwork

Posted: (2 days ago) Learn the techniques you need to make head-turning artwork through our world-class tutors and their video courses. Natural talent not required!

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Posted: (6 months ago) When someone has trouble signing into their account, nine times out of ten it's because they're using the wrong password or mistyping it (remember, passwords are case sensitive). The quickest thing to do is to reset your password here. I've forgotten my ArtTutor username You can also sign in with ...

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How to Substitute Colours That You Don't Have | ArtTutor

Posted: (4 days ago) It's generally formulated as a mix of Ultramarine Blue & Ivory Black. But some companies add a touch of crimson, while others add yellow, and so it all depends on who’s Paynes Grey we’re talking about. Furthermore, some artists make their own version by mixing Ultramarine Blue & Burnt Sienna in a proportion that suits them (there's a substitute for you to be going on with!).

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A Guide to Oil Painting Mediums | ArtTutor

Posted: (2 days ago) Photo credit: Ken Bromleys This is to provide a surface that has a slight tooth to help the paint cling to it, but it also limits the oil content within the paint pigment to exert its annoying ability to soak randomly into the paint surface and create a patchy effect, full of dull spots.

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Drawing Exercise to Help You See Abstract Shapes | ArtTutor

Posted: (4 days ago) Hi Phil, just found this blog and thought I could share. I think the idea of breaking down work is great, did this for my project. I took a part of "Corrinne" hair (Corrinne is the portrait of my mother in my CP artwork) and used this as a collage.

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Choosing the Right set of Coloured Pencils for You | ArtTutor

Posted: (2 days ago) Photo credit: Ken Bromleys: www.artsupplies.co.uk Oil-based pencils use an oil binder and while you have to apply more pressure to lay down colour, they are more hard-wearing, hold a point better and typically last longer.

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Choosing The Right Frame For Your Artwork | ArtTutor

Posted: (4 days ago) In many ways picking a frame/mount is very similar to the blog post I did last month on backgrounds.. If you think about it for a moment, a frame is a further additional background surrounding your picture.

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How to Substitute Colours That You Don't Have | ArtTutor

Posted: (3 days ago) The P Numbers. Side note: bear with me for this section - it sounds all a bit complicated at first but it leads to a very simple and practical conclusion... The P (or pigment) number is found on the tubes of all decent quality paints. It's a system that has been around since 1924 when it was recognised that there was a need for a consistent and dependable means of categorising pigments for use ...

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