A Guide to Oil Painting | Jackson's Art
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A Guide to Oil Painting | Jackson's Art

In this film, Lisa Takahashi covers everything you need to know about oil painting, including pigments, paper, palettes, and much more. Watch the film and find the list of contents below to navigate your way through the various topics that Lisa discusses. View Oil on our website: https://www.jacksonsart.com/colour/oil 0:00 Introduction Part One - Artist Oil Paint 0:22 What Is Artist Oil Paint? 2:43 How Do Oil Paints Differ from Other Fine Art Paints? 6:32 The History of Oil Painting 8:05 How to Choose Your Artist Oil Paint Colours 15:18 How to Tell the Difference Between High Grade and Low Grade Artist Oil Paints 17:22 An Explanation of Artist Oil Painting Terms 17:44 Understanding Transparency and Opacity in Artist Paint 18:50 Lightfastness Explained in Painting 19:55 What Does Permanence Mean in Artist Paint? 20:29 Understanding Pigment Numbers and Colour Names in Artist Paint 21:14 What Is the Difference Between Hue and Genuine Artist Paint? 22:06 What Extra Means When It’s Added to an Artist Colour Paint Name 23:17 What Does Staining Capacity Mean in Painting? 23:43 What Is Tinting Strength in Painting? 24:15 How Do Drying times Differ from Paint to Paint, and Colour to Colour? 24:58 Understanding Masstone and Undertone in Oil Painting 25:55 What Is the Fat Over Lean Principle in Oil Painting? 28:36 What Is Alla Prima Painting? 29:27 What Tube Sizes Are Available in Artist Oil Paints? 31:13 How to Minimise Paint Waste with a Tubewringer 31:48 How Oil Sticks Can Bring a Textural Drawn Element to Your Painting 33:46 What Are Water-mixable Artist Oil Paints? A Solvent-free Oil Painting Experience. 34:55 How Can Alkyd Artist Oil Paints Help Speed Drying? Part Two - Oil Studio and Surface 35:34 How to Keep Your Artist Oil Painting Sessions Safe 37:35 What Is the Difference Between Artist Oil Mediums and Artist Oil Solvents? 40:06 How to Choose the Right Solvent for Your Artist Oil Painting Session 43:00 What Are the Best Artist Mediums to Use Whilst Oil Painting? 45:14 How to Choose the Right Artist Oil Painting Palette 46:17 How to Hold an Artist Kidney Painting Palette 47:25 What Are the Benefits of Using a Melamine Palette for Artist Oil Painting? 47:39 What Are the Benefits of Using a Tear off Palette for Artist Oil Painting? 48:14 Alternatives to a Purpose Made Artist Oil Painting Palette That You May Already Own 48:39 How Colour Mixing Can Help You to Get to Know How Pigments Behave 49:43 How to Keep Artist Oil Paint Wet for Longer 50:48 Why Palette Knives Are so Useful in Artist Oil Painting 53:06 The Benefit of Wearing an Apron for Artist Oil Painting 54:14 How to Choose the Right Easel for Your Artist Oil Painting Practice 56:43 How to Choose the Right Surface to Paint on for Artist Oil Painting 1:00:00 How the Surface You Paint on Can Influence the Artist Painting Process 1:02:00 What Is the Difference Between Gesso and Primer? 1:03:40 How to Use Gesso and Primers for Artist Oil Painting Part Three - Oil Brushes 1:04:00 How to Choose the Right Artist Oil Painting Brushes for You 1:06:41 Understanding How to Care for Your Artist Oil Painting Brushes 1:08:58 How Using a Brush Egg Can Help Keep Your Brushes 'as New' for Longer Part Four - Summary 1:10:26 Summary: What You Need to Get Started in Artist Oil Painting 1:12:42 Credits
A Guide to Watercolour Painting | Jackson's Art
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A Guide to Watercolour Painting | Jackson's Art

In this film, Lisa Takahashi covers everything you need to know about watercolour painting, including paper, palettes, pigments, and much more. Watch the film and find the list of contents below to navigate your way through the various topics that Lisa discusses. View Watercolour on our website: https://www.jacksonsart.com/colour/wa... 0:00 Introduction Part One - Watercolour Paint 0:15 What is Watercolour Paint? 0:55 Are Watercolour Paints Vegan? 2:23 Can You Make Your Own Watercolour Paint? 2:50 What Are the Unique Characteristics of Watercolour Paint? 5:01 What is the History of Watercolour Painting? Part Two - Studio and Watercolour Paper 6:37 What do You Need to Get Started in Watercolour? 9:36 What Palette do You Recommend? 12:47 What Else do You Need to Get Started? 13:27 What's the Difference Between Artist and Student Grade Watercolour Paints? 16:44 Drawing and Recommended Graphite Pencils for Watercolour Painters 19:13 Sponges and Masking Fluid 23:16 Other Pieces of Watercolour Painting Kit You Can Invest in 26:53 What Makes Watercolour Paper Unique? 28:48 What's the Difference Between a Watercolour Spiral Pad, Glued Pad, and Block? 31:46 What's the Difference Between Hot Pressed, Cold Pressed, and Rough Watercolour Paper? 37:19 What's the Benefit of Heavier Weight Watercolour Paper? 38:59 What Easel Would You Recommend for Watercolour Painting? Part Three - Watercolour Brushes 42:21 What Brushes do You Need? 50:47 What Brush Case do You Recommend? Summary 51:21 What's the Bare Minimum Amount of Kit You'd Recommend for Watercolour Painting?
Lisa Takahashi's appearances as a judge on Watercolour Challenge are now available to view on My5 (episodes 1-5)