Upcoming Video News & more – Ep.5 Oil Painting Q&A with Mark Carder





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Published on Jun 18, 2015

If you have a question for me, post it in the comments below. I'll answer as many as I can on next Thursday's episode. Here are links to each question answered in this video:

00:15 — brief talk about the "Benefits of a Limited Palette" video

00:55 — introduction to the new color formulas chart on the Geneva Fine Art Supplies website

01:26 — What do you think about the progression of Rembrandt's work as he matured and aged as a painter?

02:48 — Tell us about your art educational background, both formal and informal.

04:39 — Will Geneva paint be coming to stores? Will Geneva make canvases?

06:09 — Do you have any tips on tonalism? How to start a painting, colors and composition, etc?

06:52 — I used to paint dark values to light values, but now I paint from top-left corner to bottom-right. How do you cover your canvas?

08:57 — Can you be successful using only high-quality photographs as a source for painting realistic portraits?

11:44 — When working on large paintings, do you ever mix and paint some portions of the painting, finishing those before mixing colors for the rest?

13:00 — How do I get an honest opinion on the quality of my paintings from knowledgeable professionals such as yourself?

15:19 — What is the best way to store oil paintings?

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