Fur & Feathers in Acrylic Paint
Andrew Denman
October 20, 21, 22, 2020
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00am - 3:00pm
$160 museum members/$210 nonmembers

Anyone who has ever painted wildlife has, at some time, struggled to capture the intricacies of commonly encountered textures like fur and feathers. This is especially challenging in acrylic paint, where the limited drying time makes careful blending all the more difficult. Join Andrew Denman as he distills over twenty years of professional experience into simple and valuable tips for making your wolves and coyotes look furry and your hawks, ravens, and songbirds look feathered, all without losing touch with the fundamentals of light, shadow, and the underlying volumes so vital to making your representation paintings believable.

Fur & Feathers in Acrylic Paint

SKU: AD102020D
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