This easy to follow book will inspire readers to have a go at acrylic painting even if they had never had the confidence before. Terry’s no nonsense approach to using the right brush for each task makes creating beautiful paintings achievable for artists of all skill levels.
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Terry Harrison is a painter and the author of numerous technique books, including "Brush with Watercolour";" Ireland in Watercolour";" Terry Harrison's Sea & Sky in Watercolour"; "Terry Harrison's Watercolour Flowers"; "Terry Harrison's Watercolour Mountains, Valleys & Streams";" Terry Harrison's Watercolour Trees"; and "Terry's Top Tips for Watercolour Artists."Review:
"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." —Leisure Painter (December 2011)
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Buchbeschreibung Search Press Ltd Sep 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Using a range of simple brush techniques, this painting manual demonstrates how to create beautiful scenes with acrylics. Terry Harrison introduces his variety of brushes, describing their attributes and the impressive results that can be achieved using just a few strategies. The painting techniques covered include painting a tree close-up; painting reflections and snow; creating distance; and using texture pastes, glaze medium, and palette knives. Six activities result in a variety of popular subjects, from a summer landscape and a winter scene to a coastal view and a beautiful building covered in wisteria, and each project comes with written instructions as well as a series of step-by-step photographs. Giving confidence to budding artists and providing inspiration to seasoned acrylic users, this book makes the task of creating wonderful pieces attainable for painters of all skill levels. 128 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781844484669