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Unread 04-12-2022, 03:37 AM
Ramya Sadasivam Ramya Sadasivam is offline
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Default Process of how I do oil painting - explained step by step

Step 1- Skeleton of the painting

This is where I create a skeleton of the painting. This will give me an idea on which direction I should take the process. This probably takes 2 days for me. One day for the background and next day for the main subject. As I do this step, while I do my next step, this will guide me in the colors and the values I should create and stick to. I would keep this as casual and leisure as possible


Step 2 - Division of presence and absence of light

This is where I make a division between the presence of light zone and absence of light zone. This will guide me to take the painting to the next level. Here what I do is I refine all the parts of the main subject, including the dress, hair and all parts of the body. Then I also focus on the shadow on the wall which is the background.


Step 3 - Fine tuning of the painting

This is where I fine tune my painting, meaning I create more and more values in all the parts. I use glazing to create depth in the cloth and shadow part. I use scumbling to make the reflection more effective. In this case, on the jacket, I have created more and more details which adds more depth and sense to my painting.

If you are an oil painter and if you like my style of painting, it may be helpful for you. There is more about the process I follow in order to achieve realism.

Last edited by Jayne Osborn; 04-14-2022 at 05:29 AM. Reason: small correction
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This is excellent. A true tutorial.

You are quite accomplished. I especially like what you've done with the hair.

Thanks for sharing.

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