with Richard Robinson
Following on from the previous workshop which explored how to paint more loosely, we’re now going to look at staying loose in the background but really tightening up in the centre of focus. It’s a style reminiscent of some classical portraiture in that there’s just one central focus area and the rest is supporting colour, but in this instance we’re really having fun splashing paint around.
You will find that adding little points of detail like the stones and shells in the foreground can make sense of all that loose paintwork. I hope you enjoy the video and have fun exploring this concept.
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