Equipment Used For Oil Painting
The equipment that is used for oil painting is explained in this art class.
After viewing this class you will be able to select all the necessary equipment that is needed to start painting in oils. You will learn about the different brushes and heaps more.
Instantly unlock this 50 minute class (recorded live on Paint Basket TV), to follow from the comfort of your own home. Your tutor, Nolan Clark, will not only explain and demonstrate everything what is needed to set yourself up as an oil painting artist in this easy to follow step by step manner, but Nolan also answered questions during the live class.
Some of the questions Nolan answered were:
1. What types of brushes you get.
2. Why paints have different grades.
3. How to clean your brushes.
As part of the “Equipment” class you will also get access to download a reference list of all the art supplies that are needed, this includes a budget list as well as a ‘nice to have’ list.
In this great equipment for oils course you will learn:
1. What brushes to buy and what brushes not to buy
2. How paints are made and what paints to buy for oils painting
3. Why we don not use turpentine to thin our paints
4. Plus all the other equipment you will need in order to paint in oils.
Clear and to the point. Very useful not to buy uncessary equipment.
Since the first time oil paint was put into tubes in the 1860’s, people all over the world have been getting creative with this popular medium. If you’re keen to give it a go yourself, here are the basics of what you’ll need to get started.
As you progress along your art journey you will no doubt find more and new items to add to your art supply collection. A simply wander into your local art store will quickly reveal many tempting treats to shrink your wallet. Just remember though that initially you don't need all the fancy stuff.
You only need the basics until you have mastered the basics.
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