Find us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Subscribe to our YouTube channel
Subscribe to our RSS feeds

Paint Basket TV - Live Online Art Classes

View Previous Live Classes
View Live Class Schedule
Unlock a Bought Class
View our Recommended Class Order

Next Live Broadcast will start in :

 
All times shown are GMT - login to change to your local timezone
 
 

Date

Time

Info

Medium  

Cost

Book

 
  27 Apr 2014 21h00 to 23h00
  • Beach Dunes in Pastels

    • sand dunes

      "Water, water, everywhere - not a drop to drink!" - Ancient Mariner.
      Where have all the rocks gone? Ah, well! Never mind, we will just have to make do with all the sand about us. 
      One would think that sand would be boring to paint.

      Actually sand dunes often make for very spectacular paintings. one example is an oasis in the middle of the desert dunes. Sometimes a simple looking subject can be enhanced by a little imagination. Other times a section of a dune may just be the right composition with the right object in it for a focal point.

      In this lesson we will learn how to:
      1. Look at dunes (properly)
      2. Choose a subject
      3. Modify the colours
      4. "See" Shadow details 

      Click here to book your place

Soft Pastel US$9.00
Click here to book your place
 

 

Other Live Broadcasts Scheduled

 
All times shown are GMT - login to change to your local timezone
 
 

Date

Time

Info

Medium  

Cost

Book

 
  30 Apr 2014 21h00 to 23h00 Pencil US$9.00
Click here to book your place
 
  04 May 2014 21h00 to 23h00
  • Transparent Waves in Pastels 

    • Transparent Waves in Pastels

      transparent waves in pastels

      So often we are taught to take photogrphs with the light either from the side or from the back us.
      Seldom do we take them against the light because of the silhouette effect and the resultant loss of colour.

      At times these can be striking pictures. One of these times is when the light is shining through the waves just before they crash. The most spectacular is  moments before the crashing starts. At this stage the sheet of water is at it's thinnest and almost looks like a "stained glass window".

      In this lesson you are going to learn how to:
      1. Draw the shape of the wave(s)
      2. Sort out the colours
      3. About the spray
      4. Water reflections 
      5. draw the foam streaks. 

      Click here to book your place

Soft Pastel US$9.00
Click here to book your place
 
become a member free
Why not become a member, it's free and easy to join. You can JOIN NOW.
Our members receive our informative newsletters, can participate on the forum and get access to EXCLUSIVE, member only content as well as being informed of specials, etc. before they are made available to non-members.