January 18, 2018 at 11:15 am #29366New Masters AcademyKeymasterNo badges. No points.
Steve Huston will cover the Rub out technique using a brown school palette from a painting by Frank Duveneck on white canvas. You will learn how light can affect the tone of the painting and how to add and subtract light within the Brown School palette by adding and taking away paint.
April 6, 2018 at 9:20 am #55506sambraithwaiteParticipantNo badges. No points.
- Gamblin Artist Grade Oil Colors
- Simply Simmons Paintbrush
- Canvas Panel
What was the way to spell the name of the artist that did all Rub Out technique? It’s mentioned in Chapter 12 video 3.July 20, 2020 at 9:02 am #637034Lale KarayakaParticipantNo badges. No points.
Hi! I couldn`t catch the name of the red tone on video 7. Could anyone let me know what tone of red he uses?August 4, 2020 at 6:50 pm #657174Joshua JacoboKeymasterNo badges. No points.
Did you try enabled Closed Captions? Often that’s the best way to catch the spelling. If not, I can look into this for you.June 26, 2022 at 4:00 am #2495848Aaron EllisParticipant
Are you using straight solvent to dilute the background?
November 28, 2022 at 7:50 am #2771627Maximilian KochParticipantNo badges. No points.
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hey i really dont understand it.. he says your paint for the rub out technique has to be completly transparent? means i cant use my burnt sienna thats semi transparent for that ?November 28, 2022 at 7:54 am #2771629Maximilian KochParticipantNo badges. No points.
in the lesson before for the rub out technique steve says you can use whatever color you want. And he didnt use solvent for the first layer auf color on the canvas. Now he uses much solvent and only transparent color without saying a word ?December 1, 2022 at 11:02 am #2772800Daniel DaigleKeymasterNo badges. No points.
I reached out to our education team and they say this
“we are working on a reformatted version of the course that will have a downloadable materials list that they can use you gather all the materials needed for the course before hand.”
“To answer the student’s question on the Rub Out technique. What Steve meant by “completely transparent” is that the color shouldn’t have any white mixed into it. He also said “the paint you buy, the earth tones you paint from
that come out of the tube that you get from Windsor Newton or Gamblin – are fine.” As so students can feel free to use the burnt sienna they own. Sometimes artists would use more vibrant colors to tone the canvas but we don’t recommend it to beginner or intermediate levels. Since it’s harder to judge the values if they are overwhelmed by the intensity of the chroma ”
“n term of solvent, we will work on improving the footage to be more consistent between the 2 lessons. however, you can feel free to experiment with adding or not adding solvent while toning the canvas. Both have their benefits. While a dry surface might be more sticky and easier to control when they do the rub out, a wetter surface can be more fluid when it comes to rendering the forms”
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