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Free-to-View OIL PAINTING Tutorials by Paul Taggart Play

MANY MANY THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CURRENT DILEMMA -- BUT as a result of being forced to bring counter-claims against the illegal claimants of three of our videos, Paul and Eileen are fearful now that all of our videos will systematically fall prey to this 'reprisal' attack on YouTube. So we have spent many hours turning the majority of our free-to-view 269 tutorial videos into Private Access only. We cannot risk that more Claims will be brought against us only to have YouTube automatically delete our videos without checking first. There is a thread on the YouTube Groups forum, started by one of our friends - which YT do not like (not surprisingly) and that is gaining momentum. But three years of hard work are in jeopordy and our future plans to go full tilt at this in YouTube are now being reconsidered - sadly it looks as if our days of providing free-to-view tutorials may well be coming to an end - all because YouTube are washing their hands of taking responsibility for Due Diligence in checking Illegal Copyright Claims. We are completely right in this; but it would seem that YouTube prefer to protect the thieves rather than their so-called YouTube Partners (which is what we are). Our friends and followers worldwide are trying to bring this to YouTube's attention through social-media to help protect our personal privacy and security; which is in danger of being exposed by YouTube to the thieves. We have been battling this for the past 24 hours and it has been exceedingly depressing on occasions in that period. Whinge over -- meanwhile we keep battling on Eileen and Paul :) PS To those who think we have no right to consider ourselves victims, we say this -- wait until it happens to you and see how you like it!

artworkshopwithpaul is a dedicated free-to-view webshow built around a number of different strands aimed at providing artists of all abilities with detailed painting tutorials, painting hints, painting tips and painting exercises to help them develop as painters.

As with anything in life, without the knowledge of how to go forward, the chances of enjoying it are diminished considerably. Artist and Author Paul Taggart is delighted to share his knowledge and expertise with others - so that they can in turn delight in and develop their creativity.

The growing schedule of episodes covers the four established painting mediums - watercolours, oil, acrylics and pastels, as well as drawing and colour mixing.........................

Free-to-View OIL PAINTING Tutorials by Paul Taggart

Oil paint is a rich and robust medium, whose beauty is reliant on its internal glow and tactile nature. By fully exploiting the characteristics of the paint, whether in its raw buttery form, or thinned down to an oily fluid, artists have at their disposal an extensive range of possibilities. Not surprising that oil painting has been the favoured choice for artists over many centuries.

THE PRINCIPLES OF OIL PAINTING can take you on a journey from the simplest of washy oil sketches through to the rich, lustrous results of a traditional technique in which the paint is built up in layers, from dark to light.

The versatility afforded by this medium in enabling the artist to produce spontaneous paintings, all-in-one-go, or to work over a period of time to achieve a more developed piece, makes oil painting attractive to beginners and professionals alike.

Techniques such as tinting and glazing with transparent mixes of glowing colour, provide the very essence of brilliance and depth associated with paintings in oil; whether they be most highly detailed, or dramatically bold. From the smallest of miniatures painted on gesso, to the larger than life masterpieces on canvas, oil painting is in a world of its own.

Through the ever-growing portfolio of OIL PAINTING tutorials, Artist and Author Paul Taggart hopes to encourage you to enjoy your oil painting experience and to experiment with different techniques and approaches.

As with all of his tutorials, these are detailed how-to demonstrations, accompanied by running commentary in which you will discover a multitude of hints, tips and techniques.

Don't restrict yourself to watching the Oil Painting tutorials, for you will find much to learn from 'borrowing' techniques in other media; not to mention a host of hints and tips on painting in general that come out from Paul's detailed narratives.

And there are specific general tutorials, which are essential in learning the art of painting..............

Be sure to check out the various strands of tutorials:-

• 'Learn to Enjoy Painting' - sets of lessons particular to Oil Painting
• 'Learn to Enjoy Colour Mixing'
• Step-by-step Tutorials
• Workshops
• Equipment Focus
• Topical Tips
• Problem Solvers
• Out and About with Paul
• Masterclass
• 'Learn to Enjoy Painting Portraits & Figures'
• Feature Reveals
• 'A Brush with Gardening'

Free-to-View ACRYLIC PAINTING Tutorials by Paul Taggart Play

MANY MANY THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CURRENT DILEMMA -- BUT as a result of being forced to bring counter-claims against the illegal claimants of three of our videos, Paul and Eileen are fearful now that all of our videos will systematically fall prey to this 'reprisal' attack on YouTube. So we have spent many hours turning the majority of our free-to-view 269 tutorial videos into Private Access only. We cannot risk that more Claims will be brought against us only to have YouTube automatically delete our videos without checking first. There is a thread on the YouTube Groups forum, started by one of our friends - which YT do not like (not surprisingly) and that is gaining momentum. But three years of hard work are in jeopordy and our future plans to go full tilt at this in YouTube are now being reconsidered - sadly it looks as if our days of providing free-to-view tutorials may well be coming to an end - all because YouTube are washing their hands of taking responsibility for Due Diligence in checking Illegal Copyright Claims. We are completely right in this; but it would seem that YouTube prefer to protect the thieves rather than their so-called YouTube Partners (which is what we are). Our friends and followers worldwide are trying to bring this to YouTube's attention through social-media to help protect our personal privacy and security; which is in danger of being exposed by YouTube to the thieves. We have been battling this for the past 24 hours and it has been exceedingly depressing on occasions in that period. Whinge over -- meanwhile we keep battling on Eileen and Paul :) PS To those who think we have no right to consider ourselves victims, we say this -- wait until it happens to you and see how you like it!

artworkshopwithpaul is a dedicated free-to-view webshow built around a number of different strands aimed at providing artists of all abilities with detailed painting tutorials, painting hints, painting tips and painting exercises to help them develop as painters.

As with anything in life, without the knowledge of how to go forward, the chances of enjoying it are diminished considerably. Artist and Author Paul Taggart is delighted to share his knowledge and expertise with others - so that they can in turn delight in and develop their creativity.

The growing schedule of episodes covers the four established painting mediums - watercolours, oil, acrylics and pastels, as well as drawing and colour mixing.........................

Free-to-View ACRYLIC PAINTING Tutorials by Paul Taggart

Acrylic is a versatile and dynamic medium, whose beauty is reliant on its strength of character and finish. When fully exploited, It offers a wealth of possibilities and a limitless range of techniques, to suit painters of any level. Not surprising therefore, that acrylics paints have become so popular, with children and adults alike, since their introduction.

THE PRINCIPLES OF ACRYLIC PAINTING can take you on a journey from the simplest of coloured daubs, through to highly detailed, photorealistic renditions. This range of capabilities makes it attractive not only to the would-be adult painter, but also to the professional artist.

Acrylic painting is a modern medium and one that is unique; it is quite unlike any of the other media, such as watercolours, oils and pastels. However and contrary to the general view, it is not restricted to a modern approach, for it can be exploited to achieve results that are based on many of the traditional techniques used in watercolour, oil and pastel painting.

Delicate miniatures on gesso panels, formal portraits on canvas, gentle Line and Wash sketches on watercolour paper, landscapes carried out in the manner of Wet on Wet and Wet on Dry watercolours, or that of bold brushy oil paintings.




Through the ever-growing portfolio of ACRYLIC PAINTING tutorials, Artist and Author Paul Taggart hopes to encourage you to enjoy your acrylic painting experience and to experiment with different techniques and approaches.

As with all of his tutorials, these are detailed how-to demonstrations, accompanied by running commentary in which you will discover a multitude of hints, tips and techniques.

Don't restrict yourself to watching the Acrylic Painting tutorials, for you will find much to learn from 'borrowing' techniques in other media; not to mention a host of hints and tips on painting in general that come out from Paul's detailed narratives.

And there are specific general tutorials, which are essential in learning the art of painting..............

Be sure to check out the various strands of tutorials:-

• 'Learn to Enjoy Painting' - sets of lessons particular to Acrylic Painting
• 'Learn to Enjoy Colour Mixing'
• Step-by-step Tutorials
• Workshops
• Equipment Focus
• Topical Tips
• Problem Solvers
• Out and About with Paul
• Masterclass
• 'Learn to Enjoy Painting Portraits & Figures'
• Feature Reveals
• 'A Brush with Gardening'

Free-to-View MASTERCLASS with Paul Taggart Play

MANY MANY THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CURRENT DILEMMA -- BUT as a result of being forced to bring counter-claims against the illegal claimants of three of our videos, Paul and Eileen are fearful now that all of our videos will systematically fall prey to this 'reprisal' attack on YouTube. So we have spent many hours turning the majority of our free-to-view 269 tutorial videos into Private Access only. We cannot risk that more Claims will be brought against us only to have YouTube automatically delete our videos without checking first. There is a thread on the YouTube Groups forum, started by one of our friends - which YT do not like (not surprisingly) and that is gaining momentum. But three years of hard work are in jeopordy and our future plans to go full tilt at this in YouTube are now being reconsidered - sadly it looks as if our days of providing free-to-view tutorials may well be coming to an end - all because YouTube are washing their hands of taking responsibility for Due Diligence in checking Illegal Copyright Claims. We are completely right in this; but it would seem that YouTube prefer to protect the thieves rather than their so-called YouTube Partners (which is what we are). Our friends and followers worldwide are trying to bring this to YouTube's attention through social-media to help protect our personal privacy and security; which is in danger of being exposed by YouTube to the thieves. We have been battling this for the past 24 hours and it has been exceedingly depressing on occasions in that period. Whinge over -- meanwhile we keep battling on Eileen and Paul :) PS To those who think we have no right to consider ourselves victims, we say this -- wait until it happens to you and see how you like it!

Masterclass with Paul Taggart is an occasional series through which you can follow Artist and Author Paul Taggart as he works on one of his principal selling paintings - completed over many weeks, sometimes months, of intensive work.

"Painting is my passion and sharing that passion gives me enormous pleasure. Although I work in all media, most particularly in my tutorials; nowadays the work produced for Private Collectors is primarily in oils, with watercolours, acrylics and pastels being used when specifically commissioned.

Viewers of my tutorials will know that traditional techniques form the cornerstone of my work -- which requires time and deliberation. This considered approach means that oil paintings take many weeks, if not months and in some cases, years to produce.

Viewers of my work are fascinated to understand the process that I work through to arrive at the finished painting and for this reason we started to produce filmed reveals of some of my paintings, such as 'Lone Piper', 'Bonspiel' with accompanying narrative -- this collection of films will also build.

Followers of my tutorials are equally fascinated to get to grips with the traditional techniques, to have a greater understanding of them and so it is we will film a selected number of Masterclasses, focussing on one particular painting at a time.

However, to film each and every stroke as I paint would involve a monumental amount of filming and viewing time -- which is why the filming will focus on one particular section (perhaps one other), so that you can watch that develop from start to finish.

We do hope you enjoy these films and pick up additional hints and tips from my method of working".

Free-to-View 'OUT and ABOUT with PAUL' Tutorials Play

MANY MANY THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO ARE SUPPORTING OUR CURRENT DILEMMA -- BUT as a result of being forced to bring counter-claims against the illegal claimants of three of our videos, Paul and Eileen are fearful now that all of our videos will systematically fall prey to this 'reprisal' attack on YouTube. So we have spent many hours turning the majority of our free-to-view 269 tutorial videos into Private Access only. We cannot risk that more Claims will be brought against us only to have YouTube automatically delete our videos without checking first. There is a thread on the YouTube Groups forum, started by one of our friends - which YT do not like (not surprisingly) and that is gaining momentum. But three years of hard work are in jeopordy and our future plans to go full tilt at this in YouTube are now being reconsidered - sadly it looks as if our days of providing free-to-view tutorials may well be coming to an end - all because YouTube are washing their hands of taking responsibility for Due Diligence in checking Illegal Copyright Claims. We are completely right in this; but it would seem that YouTube prefer to protect the thieves rather than their so-called YouTube Partners (which is what we are). Our friends and followers worldwide are trying to bring this to YouTube's attention through social-media to help protect our personal privacy and security; which is in danger of being exposed by YouTube to the thieves. We have been battling this for the past 24 hours and it has been exceedingly depressing on occasions in that period. Whinge over -- meanwhile we keep battling on Eileen and Paul :) PS To those who think we have no right to consider ourselves victims, we say this -- wait until it happens to you and see how you like it!

Join Artist and Author Paul Taggart at his easel, painting live at various events.

Featuring selected on-the-spot paintings from events such as:-

• RNLI Scotland Lifeboat Station Fund-Raising Events, Raft Races and Open Days
• Traditional Music Sessions
• Musical Concerts and Performances
• Musicians' CD Launches
• Northern Roots Music Festival
• Easter Ross Ploughing Match (held annually at various host farms)
• Highland Field Spots Fair (held annually at Moy Hall, Highlands of Scotland)

Docu-demonstrations, following Paul at this easel as he chronicles the event of the day in his 'narrative' on-the-spot paintins; often including by short inserts of some of the activities, with accompanying commentaries.
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