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Painting the Figure with the Zorn Palette with Charles Hu

Painting the Figure with the Zorn Palette
Discover the Fundamentals of Oil Painting Learn how to use the Zorn palette and enhance your paintings.

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Charles Hu
Human Figure
Oil Paints
2h 31m 0s

In this lesson, instructor Charles Hu will introduce you to the Zorn palette and explain how to use it in a figure painting. You will learn the benefit of working with a limited color. Charles will show you how to mix flesh tones and establish a focal point in your painting.

This lesson belongs to the course Oil Painting for Beginners I. In this 8-week course, instructor Charles Hu will prepare you with a manual on painting with oils. He will walk you through the materials needed for the course and the key concepts for creating a painting. You will learn to paint a variety of subjects using different color palettes. Charles will lecture on the elements of shape, composition, and balance to aid your paintings. After this course, you will be able to confidently paint any subjects in oil.

Throughout this course, you’ll have access to the NMA community for feedback and critiques to improve your work as you progress.

You do not need to purchase specific materials to take this course.
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