New Proportional Divider & more – Ep.12 Oil Painting Q&A with Mark Carder





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Published on Aug 27, 2015

The new color checkers are available at http://genevafineart.com/proportional...

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

00:04 — introducing the new Geneva Proportional Divider

00:42 — On the Geneva Color Checker, why is the area where the paint goes tilted instead of perpendicular like the canvas?

02:09 — What is the difference between your color-mixing process in the "Poodle Head" painting demo and the process you teach students?

03:50 — When mixing colors from life, if you change the color of the light on the subject, how will this affect how the piece shows under other lighting conditions?

05:26 — Is Geneva Artists' Oil Color odorless? Can it be used to paint indoors without ventilation?

06:16 — In your "Making a Shadow Box" video, is there light in the light box on top, or does it work by indirect lighting?

07:01 — How do you know what is the right exposure when taking photographs?

08:29 — How does one figure what size to canvas to use when painting from life?

08:51 — When will the Geneva palettes be ready and what will the dimensions be?

09:26 — Could one use a mirror with a color checker to match colors of a sunset en plein air?

11:24 — Does Geneva paint get darker when it dries?

12:06 — What are the pros and cons of using a limited palette when painting flesh tones?

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