VIDEO DOWNLOAD: Splash Color Technique with Cheng-Khee Chee
$11.97 was $34.95Artist: Cheng-Khee Chee
Producer: Creative Catalyst Productions
Runtime: 96 min
This is a VIDEO DOWNLOAD
Volume 4 of the 6-volume watercolor instructional DVD workshop series.
In this DVD workshop you'll see exactly how master artist Cheng-Khee Chee uses his techniques to most effortlessly paint dramatic landscape scenes.
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"Thank you so much for sharing your dramatic technique. It will be a challenge to try, but I'm sure, loads of fun!"
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This film is fourth in the Cheng-Khee Chee series but also stands independently as a complete discussion of the splash color technique. In the splash color technique, Chee shows you which subjects lend themselves to this style of painting. He discusses what is needed in a sketch and how to texture the painting surface and offers tips on ways to prepare and apply pigment.
Chee encourages emotional expression in a limited time frame and permits the pigment to do its part without too much interference. In the second stage, Chee demonstrates his analytical side. He makes sure the direction of light is consistent. He enhances the sense of distance, balances warm and cool areas, creates and augments movement, and develops a strong composition. The end result is a rich landscape with solidity and fluidity. For a natural expression of rugged scenes join Cheng-Khee Chee in the Splash Color Technique.