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30 Easy Steps by joereimer 30 Easy Steps by joereimer
These are the steps for South For The Winter. I don't actually think they are easy to follow steps... the title is kind of a joke. I was a little hesitant to put this as a tutorial, but I guess perhaps someone could learn something from it. I just thought it would be interesting to show the process I use to paint. I definitely don't think this is the best way to paint, but hey, it works for me! ;)


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Mushroom-kat Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
eventually I want to try this ;) not quite there yet
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Cooldudenibb Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Heeheehee the tree's leaves look like bacon! :D I love this, by the way.
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Aikimoon Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2009
Did you use any retarding medium or thickening gel to get the wet-on-wet and impasto effects or did you just go like a whippet with an arseful of dynamite?
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joereimer Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2009
I just use an acrylic matte gel to thicken up the paints. With some of my other paintings I paint the gel by itself on certain areas that I want to have a lot of texture, let it dry, and then paint over.
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Aikimoon Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2009
Thanks for letting me know, that's a big help.
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Akairose Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I like process you used for this. And i think i understand how you did it.Thank you for this, hopefully i could use it to my advantage ( maybe i learned something) How long did you wait between layers ?
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joereimer Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Thanks... glad you've found it informative. The layers were done right after each other... basically the time it took to take the pictures was it.
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Akairose Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
cool.
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brambrubi Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2008
Thank you for the tutorial.
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Damostoaster Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
I've been looking to free up my style a bit and wasn't sure how to start but now I have some idea. Thanks alot mate
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