Added by Joseph Byrd (Joe) on December 29, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments
Added by Joseph Byrd (Joe) on December 29, 2011 at 14:56 — No Comments
Hi to all,
I am struggling with this photgraphing and editing the photos I have tried many different ways of taking photo and editing to put up but they all seem to look washed out and do not show the colours in the shadows .
Any one got any suggestions or wed pages they can help members with, this would be very much appreciated.
I love the endless space the distance the colors and the mood the clouds sometimes friendly somethimes heavy and rainy
This is a recent studio piece of my friends and I when we use to do a lot of horse back riding.
It is available at
Added by Jim Moyer on December 20, 2011 at 4:00 — No Comments
This was brought to my attention a couple of days ago and found it quite interesting.
We have all heard of the rules of three (the black lines)
The golden mean (the red lines)
The diagonals (the blue lines)
and last the golden spiral (the green lines)
Notice approximately where they intersect.. So which one is correct.
Added by Jim Moyer on December 17, 2011 at 9:40 — No Comments
Here it is Dec in the high country and still out paining along the creek. A bit chilly, just dress warmer.Continue
Added by Jim Moyer on December 12, 2011 at 5:30 — No Comments
"Red Dinghy" 12x14" Oil on Canvas by Richard Robinson
Had a great day today giving a workshop on Pa Beach despite the gray weather. We had fun experimenting with dribbling and splatting. Found out you have to be a bit careful not to splat paint in your eye cause that can hurt.…Continue
"Lady Isla" 13x12" Oil on Canvas by Richard Robinson
Well all that studying I've been doing seemed to pay off today as I had a boat load of fun making this plein air painting. Let me know if you like my…Continue
"Palmers Beach" 12x18" Oil on Canvas by Richard Robinson
Amazing how dark a camera makes the shadows in the distant hills compared to what I was actually seeing yesterday. In the photo there's barely a half step difference between the…Continue
Added by George on December 2, 2011 at 8:00 — No Comments
I am having a blast learning from the lessons. This painting won "Best Landscape" at our Pastel Society's annual show. These lessons are helping me learn at a much faster rate than I can do on my own!