Step by step to a beautiful seascape (oilpainting)

Today I want to show you a small photo step by step kinda tutorial of an oil painting. At the time where I have started this painting I was sick of quick drying paints like acrylics. I wanted to paint in a more relaxed way. I decided to get my oils out of my drawer and give them an other try. I used these materials: A size A4 MDF board from the hardware store. They have cutted it for free into this size.Acrylic gesso, I used white gesso from Schmincke. But I believe any brand will work. Oil paints Norma from» Read more

Coloring page for my blue-tits video

Hi friends, I’ve uploaded a new video hochgeladen. This time I show how I paint this sweet blue tit. If you want to paint them, then use my template for it. If you have questions always get out with it. A list of the materials can be found in the description of the video. The original painting is available here.» Read more

Tutorial: Deers in the winter

I have I thought it is once again time for a small photo tutorial for a painting what I have named “deers in winter”. If you want to own the original painting click here. At first I have searched for a nice reference photo for the deers on Pixabay. This I needed to create easily the outlines. The paper I used is 300 gsm watercolor paper from Hahnenm├╝hle. It’s the rough version. I really love the texture. I primed the paper with two layers of white gesso from Schmincke. You don’t have to do that, but in my case there» Read more