Would you like to know some acrylic painting techniques?

I’ve made some acrylic painting techniques videos on my youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/c/lindygaskill

I’m going to try to post a video every week and see how that goes. If you have an idea for a video, please put it in the comments and I will try to address it.

Below are three new art videos that show some acrylic painting techniques.

The below video shows how I add black outline to my paintings and when I put a wash over the paint sometimes it makes the black line very dull looking. It’s important to go back over the black line with black paint to make the color pop!

My paintings have lots of layers of mark making. The below video shows more ways to add paint layers to a painting by using up some of my old paint.

After I have a lot of large areas of paint, I like to add some small marks. The below video shows some small mark making using some unusual tools.

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5 thoughts on “Would you like to know some acrylic painting techniques?

  • July 20, 2018 at 2:26 am

    I’ve been watching some of your videos, I love how you trust the process to unfold – I’ve been trying to be an artist for 30 years on and off and still feel I cannot find ‘my’ style. I get half a day into something and hate it 🙁 Maybe I need to crack on on the same piece! Your videos on techniques are wonderful and much appreciated. Thank you!

    • July 20, 2018 at 11:29 pm

      Hi Sue,
      Thanks for stopping by and for watching the videos. I’m glad they are helpful. I think you just have to keep at it and your style will unfold and reveal itself. Just keep showing up. 🙂

      I’ve been taking a break lately myself but I hope to get back to painting soon. My art studio remodel is about finished so I’m organizing things and getting stuff put in place and then I’ll paint!

    • July 25, 2017 at 12:19 pm

      Glad you like them. I had to stop with making the art videos for awhile until I can get my studio more up and running in Washington State.


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