Here's how to learn about painting mediums in a way that will make sense and end your confusion about "what medium should I use?"
We've all been there. Whether it's in the art supply store buying painting mediums or at your easel and making a painting, mediums are confusing!
After all, when you draw - you don't use any medium at all!
If you've taken art classes, the instruction about mediums usually amounts to getting a list of class supplies. You're supposed to by them and use them without knowing why.
Are you trying to get your paintings to be smooth without brushstrokes? If so, do you know what you should be adding to your paint as a medium? Or...do you like a rougher, sketchier look? Again I ask, if so...do you know what medium you should be adding to your paint for that?
“One of the main differences between drawing and painting is the use of medium. Can you draw pretty well, but when you paint you become lost? Not understanding mediums is a big part of this frustration”
I haven't even covered all the money you're probably wasting on useless mediums that you will never use or don't need.
Oil painting is a wet "medium". If only you had an easy to understand "action plan" about mediums that you could refer back to over and over again so you wouldn't be confused any longer...
I Don't Just Teach This Stuff...I Actually Use This Information Myself:
Each painting below was done by me. I had to know how to use different mediums to get the different effects for each painting.
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Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:
What is an Action Plan?
It's not really a course, but it's more than a blurb.
It's information on a specific topic arranged in an easy to follow and step by step way.
It's made with the goal of getting you take action as quickly as possible.
Is this information good for acrylics?
Lot's of times, oil painting instruction can be used for acrylics too because the mediums are similar. But, they are different mediums so an action plan about oil painting mediums would not be useful for acrylic painting...no.
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Not right now. The information is contained inside a protected "members" area.
The main benefit of this is that the information can be updated if I want to add anything I feel would be useful to my students.
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There is a facebook group where this type of stuff will happen. Another benefit of being a student of mine.