罗莉Mc Nee -静物油画示范

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核心提要:罗莉Mc Nee -示范当我刚刚从杂货店,我立即设置我的道具。我想要一个新鲜、国家吸引这幅画。所以,我选择了白色桌巾和切开的柠檬…我喜欢它兴致很高的气味。蓝鸟是鸟的选择这个愉快的绘画。我觉得有设置,它有很好

罗莉Mc Nee -示范

当我刚刚从杂货店,我立即设置我的道具。我想要一个新鲜、国家吸引这幅画。所以,我选择了白色桌巾和切开的柠檬…我喜欢它兴致很高的气味。“蓝鸟”是鸟的选择这个愉快的绘画。我觉得有设置,它有很好的能量,我相信这个项目。

但是,我不知道标题,“柠檬,柠檬水”将字面上痛苦的过程,预示着这幅画…

开始:

最近,我的‘开始’更精炼比我更大胆的方法对阻塞在。但每种方法,我一般开始我的静物画在绘画与乌贼健美。对于这个“开始”,我开始通过混合生赭和深褐色的混合在一起,然后变薄。我用这个单色颜色钉基本形状,光模式和阴影的组成。我的灵感来自于荷兰大师经常以这种方式工作。

油画画底色

此时我开始块颜色。我的计划是为了保持颜色和谐,所以我选择使用蓝色,橙子和温暖的黄色。到目前还好…

静物油画示范

中间:

中间部分的任何项目,艺术相关与否,可以最艰难的。正是这个时候我们可以迷失方向,失去焦点——我就是这样!事实上,我在这幅画里,停止拍摄阶段,因为我确信这个人会适合可怕的,垃圾!

意大利投手与柠檬国家柠檬水

然后这幅画的名字,“柠檬,柠檬水”像砖头一样砸醒了我——我在这里,随便挣扎,似乎一个“柠檬”的一幅画!所以那么好吧,我决定让“柠檬”的情况。当我改变我的消极态度,这幅画是酸甜!转过身来意义,一个人应该以…最好的坏情况。什么一个生活教训

问题是,我在这个怪异的形状的手柄,然后我被难倒了选择背景颜色。我尝试使用的颜色被毁了整幅作品的感觉。与此同时,我的多汁的柠檬是干燥和皱缩起来!现在,我希望我记录了这些不同的阶段,但那是过去的事情在我的脑海中——哈哈!

  • 最后,经过反复试验和重涂,我擦,决定保持温暖的sepias在左侧的分类与酷,因为它发展到音调右边进入光。
  • 我选择了一个薰衣草蓝色阴影,赞美了黄色和橙色。

静物画建立示范

终点:

你们大多数人都知道,知道,我添加的鸟类和蝴蝶,有时甚至经常一只猴子,我的静物画。再次,荷兰大师做的,我为什么不可以?

  • 我想等到大部分的这幅画是我添加之前完成我的‘活’科目。
  • 我开始用同样的乌贼在绘画,就像上面的投手。
  • 然后我块颜色和添加细节去年。

静物油画示范

所以,我真的很高兴,我被这幅画和再次想起这个古老的谚语,“如果生活交易你将柠檬柠檬水”

意大利的投手和柠檬油画与知更鸟

知更鸟油画

原文如下:

Demonstration by Lori Mc Nee - FineArtTips.com LoriMcNee.com


The Concept:

Once I returned from the grocery store, I immediately set up my props. I wanted a fresh, country appeal to this painting. So, I chose the white doily and sliced open one of the lemons…I enjoyed its zesty scent. The ‘bluebird’ was the bird of choice for this cheery painting. I felt good about the set up – it had good energy and I was confident about this project.

However, little did I know that the title, “Lemons to Lemonade” would literally foreshadow the agonizing process of this painting…

The Start:

Lately, my ‘starts’ have been more refined than my bolder approach towards blocking in. But with either approach, I generally begin my still life paintings with a sepia toned under-painting. For this ‘start’, I began by mixing raw umber and burnt sienna together and then thinned the mixture. I used this monochromatic color to nail the basic shapes, light patterns and shadows of the composition.  I am inspired by the Dutch masters who often worked in this manner.



At this point I began to block in the color. My plan was to keep the colors harmonious, so I chose to use blues, oranges and warm yellows. So far so good…



The Middle:

The middle part of any project, art related or not, can be the toughest. This is the time when we can get lost and lose focus –  and I did just that! In fact, I struggled with this painting for days and stopped photographing the stages because I was certain that this one would be fit for the dreaded – TRASH!



Then the painting’s name, “Lemons to Lemonade” hit me like a ton of bricks – Here I was, literally struggling with what seemed to be a ‘lemon’ of a painting! So right then, I decided to make ‘lemonade’ out of this situation. As soon as I changed my negative attitude, the painting turned from sour to sweet! Meaning…that one should make the best of bad situations. What a life lesson.

“When fate hands us a lemon, let’s try to make a lemonade”-Dale Carnegie
“If you have a lemon, make lemonade.” -Howard Luck Gossage

The problem was, I struggled with the weird shaped handle and then I got stumped on choosing the background color. The colors I experimented with were ruining the feel of the whole painting. Meanwhile, my juicy lemons were drying and shriveling up! Now, I wish I documented those various stages, but that was the last thing on my mind at the time – lol!

Finally, after trial and error – wiping and repainting, I decided upon keeping the warm sepias in the left-hand side with a gradation of cool tones as it progressed to the right side and into the light.
I chose a lavender blue shade which compliments the yellows and oranges.


The Finish Line:

As most of you know by know, I add birds and often butterflies, and sometimes even a monkey, to my still life paintings. Once again, the Dutch Masters did it, so why can’t I?

I like to wait until the majority of the painting is completed before I add my ‘live’ subjects.
I start with the same sepia under-painting, just like the pitcher above.
Then I block in the color and add the details last.


So, I am really glad that I stuck with this painting and was once again reminded of this age-old proverb, “If life deals you lemons make lemonade”

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