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Preview | Linda Kemp's Negative Painting Techniques: Acrylic

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Cassandra Kemp (6 months ago)
Nice name
Ирина Грааль (10 months ago)
👍👍👍👍🙏❤️🌹
Ingrid Ellis (10 months ago)
Fabulous technique and tutorial. Thank you for your generosity!
Carol Vasenko (1 year ago)
wow! beautiful
Peter Pingel (2 years ago)
Where to find your book ?
fran mcgarry (3 years ago)
Linda thank you, your paintings are really beautiful. I've bought the book and the DVD.
silverkwan2614 (3 years ago)
I'm sorry, but the presentation was inadequate.  What materials were specifically used for the first layer before spraying with water?  What's the idea of the big leaf?  How did all the leaf bits and pieces suddenly appear later?  Sorry to be so negative, but was not an adequate teaching tool, although the concepts were interesting.
GrumpetteJV (8 months ago)
Well....before you complain, you should read the description box...
Jordiniii (11 months ago)
silverkwan2614 this is only a preview
ThigsVlogz (3 years ago)
i am much big fan of art and this is some good lookin art u got here. But the one thing i dont like waz the closed captioning at 0:50 it was unchristian get out of my head
Jacob Pharis (3 years ago)
You see i can not hear so when i put on subtitles at saw at 0:50 what you said i was very angry and wanted to commit suicide so stop it now my children saw everything get off now
Eric Pedersen (3 years ago)
her technique is flawless, thank you for changing my life.
ThigsVlogz (3 years ago)
great i loved the closed captions
Ronald Clayton (1 year ago)
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Jacob Pharis (3 years ago)
+RiceBread 0:50
Mark Horwood (3 years ago)
Isa Fdez (3 years ago)
Que pena que todos estos videos sean en ingles.
Krutika's World (3 years ago)
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful technique!Thank you!
Excellent artwork, I love it :)
ella spirit (3 years ago)
Is your book, simplifying, in german language , too?
Michèle Levesque (4 years ago)
Excellent
giuseppa matraxia (4 years ago)
Beautiful
Beth Henry (4 years ago)
you skipped a step! How did you get the leaves on the board/paper that are there.You did not show the most important part of the painting.
Rowan Robertson (4 years ago)
It may seem like she skipped a step, but if you understood what she meant when she was talking about how she would paint the oak leaf (with the tracing paper and sharpie) you could figure out that it's just painting the negative space AROUND the leaves, not the leaf itself. It is a negative space painting, so you're leaving that texture she built up in the first part and coming in with acrylic & painting the big shapes around the leaves, then building detail. I know she didn't specifically show that step, but it was easy to see how she did it. 
Searching In Progress (4 years ago)
Looks like I'm gonna be practicing this technique for a while
65blan (4 years ago)
Hello everybody, one question as we don't have the beginning, do you know if the background is dry before appliyng water with the spray ? thanks for answes :)
ZakZky007 (4 years ago)
What sort of substrate are you painting on... how does one prepare that?
shinysunlight (4 years ago)
This is one of the coolest things I've seen lately. This require a totally different approach and way of seeing things. I'm really intrigued by it. Thank you so much for showing this and explaining. !!
Anna Madarova (5 years ago)
Greetings Ms. Linda! I would like to ask that what paint you use and still have that or shapes, designs neckline and attach the image or add to a drawing layer. For example, a letter from the tree, and under it the second sheet. I do not know how to do it. Sorry, if you bother. I send cordial greetings. Anna
Anna Madarova (5 years ago)
Dear Ms. Linda! I really like your paintings. I would like to get at least a little practice to master. If it was possible, so please write as you did underpainting and what you farbami.Vodu sprayed on semi-dry underpainting and whether there is also some paint. I do not understand. Possible for your reply thank you in advance. Best regards from Slovakia Anna
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
You are most welcome. Thank you for your comments.
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
thanks!
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
I hope you will have fun trying some of the ideas.
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
I am glad you were inspired by the tips.
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
What a great name - uniformgrey! Love it. Thank you for your comment.
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
I'm glad you like it.
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
Oh gosh - thanks Puello. :)
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
Thank you Jackie!
Linda Kemp (5 years ago)
Hello Omta, it's a great question. thanks for posting it. Try enlarging the opening (the hole) of the spray nozzle with a pin. That may do the trick! It also helps depress the nozzle with short, slow movements. Practice over a piece of newsprint so you can see the spray pattern before you apply the water to your painting. Alternatively you can dampen your fingers and flick the moisture onto your painted surface. The droplets will be larger which will make interesting textures. Hope this helps!
OmtaThien (5 years ago)
might be a stupid question, but all my spray bottle are misty, so how or where can I find a messy water spray ?
jackie nguyen (5 years ago)
Wonderfulllllllll
PUELLO RAPHAEL (5 years ago)
YOU ARE WONDERFULL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Suz / (5 years ago)
loved it !
Sikabo (5 years ago)
Thank you :) Nice Work.
Magic Bean Creations (5 years ago)
Wonderful!
Wendy Kidd (5 years ago)
Interesting techniques!
hsghatora (5 years ago)
great work
somethinghumble (5 years ago)
Stunning work and brilliant techniques. Thank you so much for sharing!

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