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"By making your own paints, not only do you save money, but you also gain full control over the ingredients and quality of the paint." Patrick McGrath explains.
Artist William Nathans takes us behind the scenes of his process for painting portraits from life.
Grace Aldrich takes us behind the scenes of the creation of her drawing “Elements of Style.” View sketches, learn what art supplies she used, and find out the unconventional way she checked her progress.
“When one decides to dispense with the idea that becoming a painter involves some mysticism, real progress can be made,” says Tim Rees. “My painting career began with one assumption: There are very skilled artists painting realism, and if they learned how to do it, so can I.”
Edward “Ted” Minoff explains how to paint waves by breaking the subject down into various components, including how to paint water that's in motion.