Master-class on writing oil painting "Chickens"
You will need the following materials:
- oil paints,
- linseed oil or solvent (to dilute paints),
- canvas coated with primer (sold in specialized stores).
1. Mark the contour of the chicks, whose borders on the inside should remain intact. Mix dark Mars brown and light colors of cadmium yellow and cadmium red. Add white at the very end and portion.
2. Draw the upper part of the canvas with the same saturated color. Dilute paints as needed.
3. Go to writing the fabric folds and the bottom of the background. Mix cadmium yellow (not dark) on the palette, ocher is light and white.
4. To write chickens, add more yellow and white to the last group of colors. This combination of colors will give a feeling of lightness. Draw an almost dry brush “fluff” along the outline of the chicks.Draw on dark feathers with the addition of light ocher and brown mars. Pay attention to your eyes and beaks.
5. Navigate to the details of the background. Blend ultramarine light color with emerald green and soot gas. Mix in some white at the very end. In those areas of green foliage, where you need to add shades lighter, use yellow, but dosed.
6. Doriss flowers using a combination of white paint, cadmium red and cadmium yellow light and medium colors, respectively.
7. Draw the paws using a balanced combination of ocher, white, bright shades of yellow cadmium and cadmium red.
8. Go to the foreground drawing. Cadmium yellow medium and ocher light should be mixed with white, then dilute the paint a little.
9. Add a little Mars dark brown and gas soot to the last combination of colors to draw the part of the box to the right.
10. Draw the flower on the right. On the palette should be mixed white color, dark kraplak red, light colors of cadmium red and ultramarine. Draw the center of the flower with cadmium yellow medium.
11. Add a petal to the left.Take the same group of paints as described above, but add more dark red and white kraplak.
The picture is ready.