Daler Rowney Water Mixable Oil Paint Course

Skill Level : 1 Beginner, 2 Intermediate, 3 Advanced

Medium : Oil Painting

Subject : Animals

Tutor : Nolan Clark

Class Length : 7 hours

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Course Description

Four part course on how to paint using Daler Rowney Georgian water mixable oil paint. This course is packed with many water mixable oil painting techniques, so dig in!

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Latest Reviews


Thank you for the amazing class. I loved painting the parrot and also tried my hand at the zebra glazing painting. Yet to try out the rooster knife painting. I am following these tutorials with my acrylic colors and not the water mixable oil paints though. I thoroughly enjoyed painting along. Thank you once again for the wonderful sessions. Cheers, D

Dolly Mauji

Are Water Mixable Oil Paints Better than Traditional Oil Paints?

Join me as I put the Daler Rowney Georgian water mixable oil paints to the test.

To do this I decided to not only test the differences between traditional oil paint and water mixable oil paint, but also put their painting ability to the test.

That would allow YOU to test the paint along with me and learn how to correctly use the water mixable oil paint in the process. As a result this FREE course was born.

The course consists of four parts:

Comparing Water Mixable & Traditional Oil Paints

In part 1 we pit them against each other, side by side, to see if the water mixable oil paint reacts the same as traditional oil paint.

In the process you will learn the differences between using water mixable and traditional oil paint.

You will also learn when to add water to your paint and when to use oil.

Daler Rowney water mixable oil paint
how to paint wet in wet parrot with water mixable oil paint

Painting Wet in Wet with Water Mixable Oil Paint

In part 2 of the course we paint a beautiful realistic parrot.

During the class you will learn how to correctly paint wet in wet (also called alla prima) using water mixable oil paints.

You will also learn how to create the lovely feather effects and details of the bird.

All the classes in the course are step by step paint along classes where you can follow along in real time.

Glazing with Water Mixable Oil Paints

Glazing is such an incredibly versatile technique so in part 3 we test to see how well the water mixable paints fair when using them to glaze a painting.

During the class you will also learn how to turn an ordinary photo into a fabulously vibrant painting.

You will also learn how to paint the Grisaille (grey) layer.

how to grisaille and glaze with water mixable oil paint
how to paint impasto rooster chicken with water mixable oil paint

Painting Impasto with Water Mixable Oil Paint

In part 4 of the course we test to see how the water mixable oil paints fair when painting in an impasto style (thick paint).

So for this class we pack away our brushes and have a ton of fun painting this playful rooster with a painting knife.

Will the paint retain it's shape and height or will it slump like acrylic paint does?

Join me on the course to find out - it's 100% FREE so go ahead and start the course below today:

Part 1 - Water Mixable Oil Paint vs Traditional Oil Paint

Part 2 - Painting Wet in Wet with Water Mixable Oil Paint

Part 3 - How to Glaze Using Water Mixable Oil Paint

Part 4 - Painting Impasto with Water Mixable Oil Paint

6 Comments

  • Nolan Clark

    Nolan Clark

    2016-11-21T09:06:46+00:000000004630201611

    of course you can Maryna, just ignore the part where I add water. You then add oil or medium instead :afro:

  • Maryna

    Maryna

    2016-11-04T17:53:13+00:000000001330201611

    Nolan, can I paint these using normal oils instead of water mixable? Would there be a need for any adjustments?

  • Doina Craciun

    2016-07-25T09:21:50+00:000000005031201607

    Thank you Nolan :thankyou:

  • Nolan Clark

    Nolan Clark

    2016-07-25T09:03:59+00:000000005931201607

    1) Mixing manufacturers together – it should be fine as they use the same process to modify the paint (as far as I am aware)
    2) Regenerating the paint – just add water, or for subsequent layers, water mixable oil :afro:

  • Doina Craciun

    2016-07-25T02:40:44+00:000000004431201607

    Hi Nolan, I have an answer to the first question: Yes, The old paint (I hardly was able to squeeze out from tube) became very soft the moment I added water – drop by drop -. I do not know how long that lady had the paint but is in workable shape. I’ll have to buy some oil medium to try and condition the oil for the the second layer. I still do not know about mixing manufacturers in the long run. But, just logic now, these WaMOP are real pigments it should be OK. I’ll wait for your opinion. Thanks again, Doina

  • Doina Craciun

    2016-07-24T23:16:13+00:000000001331201607

    Nolan, I did received from a friend a relative old W&N Artisan water mixable oil paint set and a brand new Cobra set. I will be going to D-R once I spare some money. My questions are is:
    -Can the old paints be revived with oil pain medium?
    -Can I mix two different manufacturer paints if I don’t have the right color that I need?
    I do not have all the colors you have listen on paintings. I’ll try to mix the ones I have to the closest. If is not coming out as I want, as least I’ll have some experience with the WaMOP.
    :thankyou: Thanks for the classes. Like usual they are great! :clap: :clap: :flowers:

Nolan Clark

About Nolan Clark

Nolan Clark has been painting and drawing since 1996. He enjoys working in many mediums and styles, but realism is his favourite. He teaches drawing, painting as well as scratch board classes on the site.
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