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    How to do it...studies

    How to do it... an ongoing study
    At the moment I'm studying how to paint glass, drapery, metal and water. Over time I'll share the technique. Hope you enjoy.

    How to paint glass:




    How to paint glass and drapery:


    How to paint rocks under water:






    How to paint metal:
    Last edited by Lima; 10-29-2010 at 05:33 AM.

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    Thumbs up Perfect samples

    Dear Orianelima, such a beautiful paintings!!!

    Looks incredible! Very well done!

    Thank you very much to you - these works very instructive!

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    orianelima,
    I made a futile attempt to paint a glass object not long ago but gave
    up. Many thanks for the valuable examples and instructions.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    Panaslonix and Mair, thank you very much.

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    Thanks so much for sharing the information, I am doing drapes in clothing now, so difficult!

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    Painting glass has been a total mystery to me.
    Thanks for helping to unlock that mystery.
    Great job!
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    I put a seat in front of each of my screens to attend Your promised lessons, dear Oriane! After the exhaustive and interesting ones You gave this far, such as the one on the impasto, no one will keep me away from here!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Oriane, wonderful tutorial; and theory behind is explained very lucidly.
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    Oriane, so many, many thankyou's for this information, going to practise all of them....3 thumbs up for this one

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    Fascinating studies, oriane! Thanks for sharing!
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