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Old 08-07-2012, 09:03 AM
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Hi Johannes, I'm looking forward to the class on Saturday and seeing how you use the knives.
QUESTION: on your TREES dvd you talked about underpainting using acrylics (and I believe the atelier interactive acrylics)? And are these also good for the toning of the canvas? I just got them and want to learn to use them with the oils.
Will you be underpainting in acrylics this Saturday? (and then oils on top)?

Thanks much.
Carol Medford, Texas
Yes it will work. Visit the student access page for the toning instructions.
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Re: Help posting on this student forum?

Carol-A topic is the same as a thread, a post is an individual message that you contribute to that thread's topic and a new thread is about a different subject. If a thread is about apples, and you wanted to talk about oranges, you would start a new thread/topic. And yes, a reply is to a previous post.

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Thank you Doug. Appreciate the explanation.
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Re: Johannes - Student Question, Answer thread

Hi Jo
My first time to tone a canvas so I went to google to find out how.........
Since I use Water Mixable Oil decided to just mix the orange and burnt sienna on a plate and added lot of water.......I love orange so I added a little more.......mixed real good and made a very thin wash.......painted that on the canvas with big zigzag strokes let it sit a minute then wiped most of it off!
Sure is bright! Oh this is so much fun.........

I am working on the mountain and lake scene right now..............smiles to you dor : ))
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