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Free painting lessons for beginners. Wet on wet loose painting style. Landscapes in oils and acrylics. Short tutorial videos. Learn online

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These painting lessons are the modern method of learning to paint landscapes in acrylics and in oils.
Here we learn from simplified video tutorials how to use the techniques with brush and knife.
From the tips pages you are learning about arrangements, tones of colors and perspective.
To make the most out of the painting lessons it is wise to paint lots of simple little pictures in monocolor.
Learn to master to tools and do not try to paint your masterpiece until you know how to paint.
A little practice and knowledge will improve your landscape paintings greatly.
No previous painting experience required, have a go, you will amaze yourself with these free painting lessons.
All these lessons and more are also available on dvd for learning off line.
The full collection of 70 lessons on 12, 2 hour dvds AU$70 includes postage. – SHOP –
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  1. Hi Len,
    Came across your website today after reading an article in a local newspaper. I am from India. Good to see that you have presented the painting concepts in a very clear manner.
    I might start learning with you soon!

    Regards
    Devi

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    1. Thanks Devi – when you start painting, let me know if there is anything that you cannot understand.

  2. Hello sir, its been a great pleasure for me to learn paintings from you.
    I always tried new things for painting and I really find my happiness in it.
    When I watch you while painting, I really got chance to learn new things.
    Heartly thank u sir for giving us knowledge with free of charges.
    I wish I will meet u sir once in life.

    1. Thank you Ketan – I am in Chiang Mai so yes one day we might meet.

  3. Hi Len,

    Thank you for your videos and tutorials!

    I’m from Malaysia and have been following your Youtube videos and your website.

    I would appreciate some tips on how to clean my brushes as i am facing difficulty keeping my brushes in good condiiton for the next use. They tend to be hard and the bristles clump together.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Hi Ali
      I do advise students not to keep washing the brushes while doing a painting but sometimes you do need to wash them before they become unmanageable.
      I have no special way to clean brushes except a good wash in soapy water.

  4. Hi Len…I have started painting due to an accident and I have thoroughly enjoyed watching your videos. Your paintings are beautiful and you get to the point quickly and effectively. Thanks for sharing your work and I will continue to watch.

    Ginger

  5. Hi Len
    Enjoying your painting tips and techniques!
    I live in Sydney and want to use the environment around me for painting subjects such as beaches/headlands, harbour scenes and city skylines.
    Have you done any live streams or dvd’s on these?
    Do you have any tips?
    I’m colour-blind (red/green, purple/blue) so any help with colours would be greatly appreciated.

    1. Hi Gary
      I’m sorry but the nearest thing I have to harbors is the Boats in Perspective in the lessons on this site.
      All I can say about your harbor painting is have a good think about and read up on the horizon line as this is where most students find mistakes.
      With color blindness I again am lost as I don’t know what it is like to be color blind
      I would suggest that you concentrate on tones which is pale tones in the background and darker tones in the foreground. Don’t let any browns get into your background – blues in the background.
      All the best.

  6. Hi mate, long time no hear. I have been real busy but I will give you a Skype this arvo!
    Cheers!
    Dave

    1. Okay – I’ll leave Skype on.

    2. Hi Dave, I know that I am in my later years and have always wanted to learn how to paint, ie. the type of paints and specific equipment that I should buy, and more importantly to be instructed in the methods that will enable me to paint. I have always been so drawn to art and am now hopfully going to take steps to make this endeveard. Please forward a copy of the class schedule, as wellas, location, times, supplies to bring to class, I would like to thanks you.

      1. Hi Ken
        You leave me confused
        My name is Len and the only free lessons that I think that you are referring to are the lessons on this website and they are available to you at any time that you wish to use them
        Cheers

  7. Hi Len – first- THANKS. You are awesome man!
    I have just started to paint, I go to classes at U3A in Noosa. I am retired and I have discovered a new and big passion in my life – painting. I luv ART and wherever I go I visit museums. I never thought I would like to paint Australian bush till I saw yours; you make it look so easy and beautiful.

    Could you say what brand of acrylic you use, or it’s advertising?

    Gracias Senor.

    1. Hi Carmen – I am in Thailand for now so I use anything I can get my hands on.
      You should look for ‘Chromacryl’ for most colors and ‘Matisse’ for the Phthalo blue and the Australian sienna in acrylics – or ‘Rowney’ oils.

  8. Anne marie FOURNIER

    J’aimerais suivre vos cours mais je suis Française et ne parle pas votre langue

    Je regarde beaucoup sur YouTube et j’adore vos tableaux …Merci de votre générosité

    Cordialement

    1. Thank you Anne marie – I am sorry – I understand but I do not speak French.
      Do join the course – language can be no problem.

  9. Truing to teach myself.not working out well.

    1. Hi Marie – if you wish to join the free online painting course then I can help you personally if you start from the beginning https://openlearning.com/courses/painting/

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