Re: Who are some of the best youtubers to search?
I agree with Raffless that nothing is better than a good,.classical approach book. I watched youtube videos, and then bought a couple of books. Huge difference.
But...I can't resist to post my favourite. Search for Oleg Buiko. Videos are in Russian, only a few are translated, but just watching is already a lot. Most of them are combined from two cameras, one showing the canvas, and one showing his palette. So you can see how does he mix colors, which I really liked. He paints alla prima almost exclusively.