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    i'm really excited about painting in oils now. you have shown it to be such an easy process, yet i know that you are probably on your 22,000th hour by now.

    i am only beginning in oils and am soaking in all the information you post like a sponge. although my brain leaks all the time and i have to resort to printing out a lot of your tips on paper for future reference.

    thank you for posting this treasure of a thread! i am eagerly anticipating future updates!


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    Thanks

    I spent 5 years on academy of fine art in my country and my professor
    didn't teach me this. I'd like to say many thaks for your tutorial you are best
    professor that I ever had. I visited your site and I may say "You are my favorite painter" from now. Could You please, please, make another tutorial about oil painting technique?

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    you are like my most fav artist on CA! i check ur sketchbook soooo often xD please take a loot at my sketchbook, i have sketched a "copy" of one of ur pieces, hope u like it and dont mind it

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    Quote Originally Posted by William Whitaker View Post
    Studio C,

    The folks at Massive Black are going to make a few DVD's on me. I am planning one on tubing your own paints.

    I have other ideas too, and of course Trekell made a little video on brush care with me.

    http://www.trekell.com/Caring-for-yo...hes_ep_29.html

    I would like to make DVD's on the way I mix colors, paint skin, paint figures, paint heads, prepare my painting surfaces, studio setups for those with limited space, and a lot of other stuff. If any of you have subjects you'd like to see covered, let me know.
    This is great! Its fantastic to have a fine art veteran to follow. Your work is marvellous!

    Thanks for taking your valuable time out to do this tutorial. I am just starting oil painting myself and really took a lot from that lesson. Looking forward to more.

    Hope you don't mind me asking you a question....

    ...I know the learning process is different for everyone but, what would you say is the best learning curve for a beginner or perhaps the best bit of advice you can give to a beginner?

    Thank you again!

    James.



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