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Old 03-23-2018, 04:58 PM
sarah.hall sarah.hall is offline
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Add Compelling Atmosphere & Drama to Your Paintings!

Paintings can often be defined by their subjects, but on occasion, mood is even more important to the complete work. Atmosphere and drama can take a simple composition and turn it into something extraordinary. In this video workshop, Gordon MacKenzie shares his techniques for using composition and color to increase the emotional impact of your work. From bright sparkling water to dramatic dark values, you'll learn useful tips and tricks that will make your paintings more atmospheric right away!

Preview Watercolorist's Essential Workshop: Atmosphere & Drama now to get tips on texture and glazing, as well as two simple techniques for painting fog!

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