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Monday, February 20, 2017

More faux paiting Marble

This is a faux marble painting I did as a sample in scenic painting.  So this  how it started out a layer of white and then splotches of yellow and orange dabbed on and then blotted.  You have to mist the white paint after it is totally dry then work the yellow and orange in wet on wet to do this layer.
Next you charcoal in cut lines then using yellow and orange paint again draw in some veins they should be a little jagged as they represent the cracking mud does on a lake that fills in with the next layer of sediment to create the veins in marble as it is a metamorphic rock.  The cracks need to stop at the cut c lines you made with the charcoal.  that way it has the illusion of cut pieces of marble assembled together. dry paint

Some how I skipped the next step which was to charcoal in the inner frame lines for the curved marble and painting with black and white to add depth to the piece in the marble veining. dry paint

After that step using medium and dark orange and yellow you shade the areas to be rounded with light coming from upper right corner. right and top of molding are yellow bottom and left of molding is dark orange and center on all of them is the medium orange color this is worked wet on wet  to make a blending effect and roundness to the work.  then paint in on the left  and bottom with black on the cut line and paint on the right and top with white on the cut lines for shadows and highlights.

with bright light and low light of the set/scenic shop.
Our teacher is Stephen Purdy  aka steve purdy who worked on such movies like breakfast club and series like murder she wrote and such.

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