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The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting: Techniques for Rendering Sky, Terrain, Trees, and Water characters ´ 104 ↠ ❴Download❵ ➽ The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting: Techniques for Rendering Sky, Terrain, Trees, and Water Author Suzanne Brooker &Niues used by classic and modern oil painters for bringing these scenes to life. THIS BOOK IS ALL YOU NEED The last time I sueezed a tube of open oil paint was twenty years ago I got the urge to revisit my interest in landscape painting only recently and decided I needed to recap on mixing and techniues So I purchased book after book on the subject and slowly filled up one shelf of the bookcase A few book's I found uite helpfull but none had that something special a book that actually explained the magic of oil painting Then I purchased this book and finally I had it a key that unlocked all thoseuestions I wanted answers toThe book is a tad on the top end of some people's book budget but the information in this book is second to none Those of you that have unanswered uestions like me need only buy one book

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Andscapes down into component elements from nature and showcases tools and tech. I am a painter and getting books on oil painting The author and painter of this books work is not on the cover So it’s misleading and uninspiring if then 60% of the book is not to your taste I can see it’s helpful but personally I’m not keen on her styleHer work should be on the cover at least

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The Elements of Landscape Oil Painting Techniques for Rendering Sky Terrain Trees and WaterOf Landscape PDF #205 A landscape painting guide for oil painters that breaks l. This book is one of the most helpful books I have come across since I took up oil painting six years ago I have been attending classes and would now consider myself as at intermediate stage It is very well written by an accomplished teacher who loves and understands nature and has I think an empathy with her students How to paint the individual elements and pull them all together is just what I need I like the hints and comments and suggestions sprinkled throughout the book Including examples of other accomplished artists and their approach to different aspects together with Suzanne Brooker's own demonstration work I find most interesting and helpful Breaking down the elements of the landscape gives a new emphasis to my understanding of it and gives me a renewed enthusiasm to be successful in my painting This book together with James Gurney's book on Light& Color are the best guidelines I have found most helpful to date