You have solved the issues of painting when you have your lightest light, sharpest edge, good value range, darkest dark, and a good composition. Detail, texture, and color variety are subjective.
BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) July 11, 2018
Liliedahl Art Videos has just released a new instructional video from Bob Rohm titled “Secrets to Successful Paintings.” (A link to a promotional video for review is below.)
The video includes Bob’s step-by-step process for how to paint a glowing forest of autumn Aspen trees from start to finish, with techniques along the way artists can apply to any subject for successful results
The video begins as Bob shares his limited palette of colors — only four colors plus white and gray can be used to create a successful painting. And it helps keep the painting harmonious. Artists will learn how using a limited value range of color will keep the painting from becoming too busy, and how how to identify color as warm or cool. Artists will then follow along as Bob creates the basic drawing and underpainting that establishes the major construction of the scene. Then move to modifying those shapes. They will learn how to add texture and establish the final contrasts and highlights. The result is a proven road map for creating successful paintings.
“You have solved the issues of painting when you have your lightest light, sharpest edge, good value range, darkest dark, and a good composition. Detail, texture, and color variety are subjective.” — Bob Rohm
Other Lessons Included in This Video:
- Developing the “idea” and concept of the painting
- How to paint trees with oils
- Finding and painting simple shapes
- Creating a composition that has “rhythm” and “flow”
- Using positive and negative space to create interest
- Color mixing with a limited palette plus white and grays
- Identifying a simple 4-value range of warm and cool
- How to use contrasts and edges to lead the viewer through the painting
- Introduction & Materials
- Tone the Canvas
- Placement of Shapes
- Block in Value Pattern
- Make Adjustments
- Develop Color & Texture
- Paint the Tree Trunks
- Paint the Leaves
- Final Adjustments
Attention, Editors: To view a promo for this video, please visit: https://liliartvideo.com/rohm-press
About the Artist
Bob Rohm has been painting most of his life, and received classical art training at the York Academy of Arts in Pennsylvania. He is now a resident of Texas, and his paintings reflect the brilliance of the colors found in the clear, bright light of the Southwest. Bob juries shows, teaches workshops, lectures, and demonstrates in oil and pastel mediums. Known for his ability to capture the poetry of light, he has received many awards and is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America, and the Outdoor Painters Society. He is the author of the book The Painterly Approach (North Light Books) and has been featured in many publications including Southwest Art, American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, International Artist, and Pure Color. Bob's painting approach has been the subject of several instructional DVD productions, and his work is collected internationally and is represented by a number of fine galleries, including Sorrel Sky Gallery in Santa Fe, Aspen Grove Fine Arts in Aspen, and Southwest Gallery in Dallas.
About Liliedahl Video Productions
Liliedahl Video productions has been producing art instruction videos for 29 years and was a pioneer in the art instruction business. Founded by artist Johnnie Liliedahl and husband Ralph Liliedahl, Liliedahl Video Productions continues to produce, film, edit, and market art instruction and demonstration videos (Streaming and DVD) for some of the best known, award-winning, most admired and successful artists in the United States.
If you’re a member of the press and would like a link to an editorial review copy of this video for free, and to provide a testimonial, please contact Sue Henry at shenry(at)streamlinepublishing.com