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2 posts published by richardrabkin during December 2013 ... The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. December 2013 Channeling Winslow Homer 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/2013/12/

Traditionally when we draw line is used to separate forms and to indicated where color or value changes. In many types of painting for example oil ... The pencil lines in Homer s watercolors Channeling ... 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/2009/11/24/the-pencil-lines-in-homers-watercolors/

The Dutch were the absolutely best at it the English romantics next best. Apparently in those days they actually saw a lot of raptors circling above ... Birds in the sky Channeling Winslow Homer 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/the-sky-project-skies-without-clouds/sky-blue/birds-in-the-sky/

A good teacher of how to make art is not necessarily a particularly outstanding artist. It s possible but basically a good teacher is someone who knows ... Uncategorized Channeling Winslow Homer 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/category/uncategorized/

Unfortunately little fluffy clouds are very popular on the ceilings and walls of children s rooms so if you look on the internet you will find many sites ... Using cotton the negative Channeling Winslow Homer 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/the-sky-project-skies-without-clouds/sky-blue/birds-in-the-sky/sky-project-clouds-1-perspective-1/clouds-worms-eye-view-perspective-2/using-cotton-the-negative/

It s often said that mud is the result of mixing too many colors and therefore it s tangentially a palette issue particularly if there are a lot of ... Chapter 10 Mixing Mud Channeling Winslow Homer 31.01.2016 11:27:18 http://channeling-winslow-homer.com/a-rational-palette-index-to-chapters/chapter-one-2/chapter-two-eye-candy-avoiding-monotomy/chapter-three-mixing-convenience/chapter-four-saturation-costs/five-is-the-saturated-palette-what-we-want/six-the-extremely-limited-palette/seven-primary-color-palette-myth/eight-split-primary-palette/is-there-a-need-for-a-plein-air-palette/chapter-10-mixing-mud/