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Portrait of Nelson Mandela- Dry Brush Technique (Oil Paint)

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Uploaded on Aug 5, 2010

Two people inspired me to create this portrait. Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of South Africa is obviously one. The other is an artist named Igor Kazarin who has a popular art channel on youtube called portraitdrawing. I wanted to try his amazing Dry Brush Technique which combines oil paint, watercolor paper and a kneaded eraser. I added my own touch to this portrait by finishing it with a prismacolor pencil. -Merrill Kazanjian
If you want to try Dry Brush Technique, you will need:

- Watercolor paper (At least 150 LBS)
- Oil Paint (I am using Lamp Black.....this technique works in with color too)
- Kneaded Eraser
- I also used Prismacolor Color Pencils at the end (optional)

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