Claret Grapes. Part 1
Claret Grapes. Part 2
Claret Grapes. Part 4
In the fourth part you will see finishing layer, Varnishing and Conclusion.
Claret Grapes. DVD
Classical oil painting technique video workshop, by Alexei Antonov. Dear friends, in this work shop we’ll discuss one of the most complicated textures in still life painting, grapes. We’ll follow all the stages of the Flemish painting style, beginning with drawing, imprimatura, and the umbra layer. We’ll pay special attention to color layers where the texture is born.
All 4 Parts of video tutorial $90.00
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Set of five video lessons by Alexei Antonov includes: ”Country Pitcher “, ”Portrait of Anna”, ”Claret Grapes”, ”Portrait of the Yellow Rose”, ”One Layer Shortcut” The collection of 5 video lessons with total value of $760.00 Now for a very attractive price of $500.00 with the phenomenal savings of $260.00
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Tutorial “Claret Grapes” featuring the following stages:
This video course gives you an opportunity to understand and practice the Old Masters’ painting technique. In this workshop Alexei Antonov will show and explain how to paint one of the most complicated textures in still life painting, Claret Grapes. He will lead you through the actual painting of Claret Grapes from start to finish, giving the detailed explanation of all the stages of the Flemish painting style, beginning with drawing, imprimatura, and the umbra layer. Special attention will be given to color layers where the texture is born. Detailed step by step instructions will help you create a piece of art so realistic that people will be drawn to smell and touch it.
- Umbra Underlayer,
- Dead Underlayer,
- Color Layers,
- Finishing Layer.
- Individual Parts of video tutorial $25.00
- Whole 4 Parts of video tutorial $90.00
- Whole video tutorial on DVD $110.00
- Set of 5 DVDs (best deal) $500.00
- Running Time: 60 Minutes
- Part Running Time approximately: 15 Minutes
- Produced by Alexei Antonov
- Translation and narration by Vladimir Pavlov