Digital Landscape Essentials Part 1
In this course, Karen will share her workflow, specific brush steps, and the thought process for creating digital landscapes in the Plein air approach.
Message from the instructor
How To Navigate Your Classroom
How to View, Download & Save Videos
Painter Resources To Download
Bonus Content To Download
PDF01: Digital Landscape Essentials
PDF02: Student guide to Aerial Perspective
PDF03: What Do I Paint
PDF04: Digital Artists Checklist
PDF05: August PastelsTechnique
PDF06: Bonus-Mixer Pad Images
Video 1: Introduction
Video 2: Getting Started
Video 3: Forming the Idea
Video 4: Using the Grass Brush
Video 5: Sky and Clouds
Video 6: Details and Final Considerations
Video 7: Live Session Paint Along
Video 8: Painting With Kathleen Casey
Video 9: Live Session 2
Video 10: Bonus - Using Image Overlays
Video 11: Bonus - Screen Mode
Video 12: Another Screen Mode Method
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Check out Part 2 of this Masterclass
Digital Landscape Essentials Part 2
Gets You Off To a Great Start
When you join this course you will receive full time instructor support for all your questions! I am here to get you off to a great start
This course includes 3 Custom brush categories for you! The brushes are compatible with Painter 2019 or greater.
If you are working in Painter 2019 or greater
If you know the basics of getting around in Corel Painter
You enjoy painting landscapes!
Committed To Your Success
Karen is an Elite Painter Master, certified Painter, and Rebelle educator. She discovered Corel Painter 20 years ago, and she has since enjoyed creating digital images and teaching thousands of students how to paint digitally. Karen believes traditional art principles can be applied digitally to produce artwork that defies distinction.
With her traditional art background and her state-of-the-art skills, Karen has been able to bridge two worlds and teach students how to apply traditional painting techniques to the digital canvas working with Painter. Karen believes everyone has the ability to draw and paint, but they need to learn how to progress. She saw a need for digital art education, so she founded the DAA in 2007 to help students achieve their artistic goals.
Looking for Karen's personal website, Visit KarenBonakerArt.com!