In Deep Water

Don’t find yourself in deep water when it comes to painting elements like rivers and streams. In this Art School Live with Eric Rhoads, Kathleen Hudson takes us through a demo on how to paint moving water.

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Kathleen Hudson gives a demon on how to paint moving water
Kathleen Hudson gives a demon on how to paint moving water

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“Creating Dramatic Atmosphere in Landscapes” with Kathleen Hudson

With this exclusive video training, you will discover:

  • The “hidden key” to capturing the most dramatic atmospheric effects and how to use colors to affect atmospheric distance
  • How to create “eye candy” to make the painting interesting far beyond the first look
  • Which solvent is not only odorless, it won’t leave you with headaches and is the safest for studio use
  • What critical elements to watch out for when you’re painting from photographs so your creation best matches reality
  • The secret to taking a fresh look at your work without ever having to walk away from it
  • How Kathleen uses the color-temperature shifts in shadows to make them far more interesting for the viewer [preview the workshop and get your copy here!]

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