If you enjoy painting with acrylics, then you will want this book. The smoothness, and the colour range available in acrylics can be used to brilliant effect in landscape paintings. This is where Terry Harrison scores, as he is well experienced in landscape painting. The book explains clearly what various brushes can be used for and all the different techniques needed for landscape painting. By using a range of brushes such as half rigger and Fan Gogh brushes, he shows how intricate detail like window frames, or scraping out bark texture can really make a picture come alive. A range of step by step demonstration landscapes show just what can be achieved - and how to do it. Detailed instructions are given to create intriguing scenes such as a coastal view, winter scene, Venice and landscape with barn. An extremely useful book, ideal for artists of all abilities.-Monstersandcritics.com Terry Harrison has earned a reputation for his straightforward approach to painting, priding himself on his lack of technical jargon that can overwhelm the beginner. Terry's latest book bears testament to this, and aims to introduce readers to the exciting and versatile medium of acrylic. Terry understands the needs of those new to painting and over the years has developed a range of brushes and paints to help students create the desired effect with the minimum amount of effort. Using these materials, Terry explains how to mix colour, use his bespoke brushes and the techniques necessary to paint specific subjects, such as reflections, snow, distance, etc. Chapters follow on using texture pastes, glaze medium and painting knives, before Terry embarks on a series of step-by-step demonstrations, including a winter scene, summer landscape, and wisteria.-Leisure PainterReseña del editor:
Terry Harrison shows how to paint landscapes in acrylics using a range of simple brush techniques, and the author's own range of brushes. He introduces the brushes, which he has designed to carry out specific techniques, and also explains which other materials are required, including using a limited palette of paint colours. He then describes what each of the brushes is suitable for, before going on to explain acrylic painting techniques such as painting a tree close-up, painting reflections and snow, creating distance and using texture pastes, glaze medium and palette knives. There are six beautiful demonstrations with easy to follow text and step by step photographs, covering popular Terry Harrison subjects: a summer landscape, a winter scene, a coastal view, a landscape with a barn, a Venetian scene and a beautiful building covered in wisteria. Readers who loved Terry's Brush with Acrylics will enjoy this all new title, in which Terry's brushes are put through their paces in a completely new range of illustrations and demonstrations.
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