I recently wrote about Scott Waddell’s new instructional video “Drawing & Painting” and considered it as very valuable since it is packed with lots of information.
Two days later I found Douglas Flynt’s instructional video which somehow went under my radar since it is available for over 2 months now. With $39.95 (~29€) for 74 minutes it is about the same as Scott’s video. And it has the same information density – if not even more!
I also wrote about the Munsell color system recently and if you still have questions about it, watch this video and see how it is applied in a still life painting.
Sit back and listen to his bedtime story voice.
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