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Lesson 5 [Series 2] – ‘Learn to Enjoy Painting’ in Watercolours with Paul Taggart



Join Paul Taggart as he continues on THIS START-TO-FINISH LANDSCAPE PAINTING TUTORIAL in which you are working solely using the Wet on Wet Technique in Watercolours.

Wet on Wet, can be worked on its own, or in conjunction with the other two principal techniques in watercolours – Wet on Dry and Line & Wash. AN INVALUABLE TECHNIQUE TO EXPLOIT AND MAXIMISE SO THAT YOU CAN DEVELOP YOUR INDIVIDUAL STYLE.

SUBJECT MATTER – you can either work along with Paul, using his five free-to-download photographs; or on your own reference photographs.

To keep the overall composition balanced there are two aspects that now need attention – firstly, the tree on the left hand side; secondly the arc of land that frames the left hand side of the view and sweeps through to the middle distance. Although these are not the focus of attention in this particular painting, they are, as Paul explains, essential elements; as they ‘frame’ the body of water of this lake, known as Loch Brora.

This is where the Wet on Wet Technique comes into its own – for THE TREE needs to be strong and dense in character, but softly focused in nature.

The first section of this episode is a mini tutorial in its own right – you will learn so much about how to control wet-on-wet, how to mix the correct consistency of paint mixes, how to load your brush, how to control your wet-on-wet brush-strokes, how to judge the right colour mixes, how to avoid back-runs, how to work in smaller sections at a time – literally a myriad professional hints, tips and techniques packed into painting this tree.

If all you get out of this episode is the confidence with which to work wet-on-wet, then Paul’s job is done. But that is not where Paul’s work finishes – for there is a wealth of information in this episode alone.

As you work on this layer you will find your composition becomes more defined; even though you are working purely in wet-on-wet; as the mid-values of your painting are established.

You will now fully appreciate the importance of working in layers from light to dark. You will now begin to grasp the beauty of the Wet on Wet Technique.

Close-up shots not only reveal Paul’s brush-work and let you see how colours are mixed; but MOST IMPORTANTLY you will also see the effects of wetting the surface, the effects of wetting up to an already wetted area, how unexpected runs can be corrected – as with all of Paul’s tutorials, you are shown how to overcome any difficulties, for he wishes to reassure you that whatever technique you are using in watercolours, it is a forgiving medium.

For the ARC OF LAND Paul first of all turns to masking fluid to effect texture and selective spots of focus; before moving on with the second layer of paint. Watch as seemingly ‘abstract’ paint strokes suggest detail, light and shade.

Watch as powerful and dynamic colour mixes applied to the land play their part in bringing the water to life – it positively sings out against these brightly contrasted areas – proving how important it is to gradually build up layers on a painting; to ensure a balanced emergence of the overall composition.

Once satisfied with the overall balance of these two sections, Paul now removes the masking fluid.

THE FINAL SECTION of this episode is another mini tutorial – as Paul DEMONSTRATES THE ‘ART’ OF LIFT-OFF – which is about so much more than merely lifting off colour.

Watch as selective lift-off suggests volume and depth, light and shade, texture and effects, defined shapes and suggestive forms. Listen as Paul speaks of how lift-off is as important as the application of paint. Watch as he ‘reveals’ previously laid colour and introduces the softest of new elements, such as leaves that have not been painted thus far.

This is an excitingly revealing episode, in every sense of the word and one not to be missed.

WANT TO USE THE SAME SUBJECT as Paul? – NOT A PROBLEM – simply download Paul’s free-to-use photographs which you can find in Flickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_taggart_artist_and_author/sets/72157649125947822/

‘Painting Equipment Focus for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourequip
‘[Series 1] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc1
‘[Series 1] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs01
‘[Series 2] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc2
‘[Series 2] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs02
‘[Series 3] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc3
‘[Series 3] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs03

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Episode 102 | WHAT TO EAT DURING A BIKE RACE



So a little bit of house keeping

1. We’ve been forced over to Vimeo in the short term after having our account suspended. We’re not really sure why this video was flagged and then caused the account to be suspened, maybe you can judge for yourself

2. The 10% discount code for VLOG subscribers on all Decca kits is now live, just use the code ‘VLOG’ during the checkout www.neroracingbike.com/kits

3. Those #crookedlid photos … remember, they are photos! We’ve had a few people just tagging us and using the hashtag, but no photo … com’on we need that awesome look.

Ok, now a few people commented on Sunday’s race that I was wearing a skinsuit with no pockets. They were asking where I was putting my food (up the short leg) and what was I eating. So I go a little of the way to describe that today.

Also, we have a look at the major selection from Sunday’s race, and have a chat about how that came about. Fair to say it was quite a different method to how the criterium from the other week played out.

Finally, on my little rant. As this goes to air their website is still devoid of any material from the race. I’m happy to be proved wrong by a wonderful piece from NSW Cycling describing the event … go on, I dare you.

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INSTAGRAM: @chrismiller27 @neroracing
TWITTER: @chrismiller @neroracing
WEB: neroracingbike.com
STRAVA: https://www.strava.com/athletes/186450
BIKE Noah SL – ridley-bikes.com.au
GROUPSET: https://www.sram.com/sram/road/family/sram-red-etap
SERVICE & SUPPORT: Cycling Projects Racing Ashbury
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All shot on a Canon G7X Mark 2, Go Pro Hero 5, Cycliq FLY 12, iPhone 5se. Edited in Final Cut Pro X.

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[Box-Set Trailer] Series 4 Learn to Enjoy Painting in Pastels with Paul Taggart’



Welcome to our Highland studio and ‘[Series 4] of Learn to Enjoy Painting in Pastels with Paul Taggart’.

TECHNIQUE – For the main composition we are working with a three-stage system for creating physical texture. Physical texture may seem a little strange for pastels, which are generally simply applied to pastel paper or to a surface that has a ‘tooth’.

To explain this fully, I refer to the study that was created for [Series 2], the view of an Italian village. In this you will see that all of the textures are created visually; they are ‘visual’ textures that rely solely on the texture of the ‘tooth’ of the surface on which the pastel painting is worked.

Imagine, if instead of simply relying on the tooth of the pastel paper, you could create and therefore control, the texture over which the pastel is laid. This would also allow you the opportunity to create a stronger base, one that would enable you to apply more layers of pastel – which, in turn, gives you the opportunity to exploit the richness of these pigments, much as you would when working in layers with the traditional technique of working from the darkest accents through to the super-highlights.

Furthermore, this controlled application would result in ‘structural’ texture, as opposed to merely ‘visual’ texture. For which I am using texture paste.

SUBJECT – chosen for its variety of ‘structural’ texture. The weathered door, set into a highly textured stone wall, through which we can see a hidden garden beyond (long-since nurtured and gone to wildness). Foreground grasses and wild flowers, give us defining contrast, whilst the distant tangle of plants that occupy the space within the four boundary walls offer us aerial perspective and yet more, varied textures. You can either work-along with me on the same subject, or use your own, it is entirely up to you – for which we provide FREE-TO-DOWNLOAD REFERENCE PHOTOGRAPHS available from my official account on Flickr – – https://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_taggart_artist_and_author/

PREPARATORY COMPOSITIONAL WORK – is covered in our box-set ‘Composition Matters’, in which you can follow the reference gathering, thumbnails, tonal drawing and transference to the painting surface – https://www.

In the ten lessons in this box-set I take you step-by-step from the first strokes of texture paste right through to the finishing highlights on this composition.

Everything you need to work-along with me and, as with all of my tutorials, each lesson is filmed in real-time and nothing is held back.

There is no editing-out, no speed-painting, no skipping stages.

Everything is shared with you, nothing is left out of either my demonstration, or running commentary.

Close-up shots not only allow you to see how the method of application affects the resultant texture, but also show the effect of blending and how pastel strokes can be worked like painting with a brush – which is why I always refer to using pastels as ‘pastel painting’.

We look forward to your company and as always, send you best wishes for your painting, from Eileen and myself.

Paul Taggart
Artist : Author : Presenter : Producer

TO KEEP UPDATED on our growing index of video tutorials here in Vimeo click the Follow button on this VOD Page AND register on Paul Taggart’s Official Website for artworkshopwithpaul – http://www.artworkshopwithpaul.com

MORE USEFUL BOX-SETS from Artist & Author Paul Taggart…

‘Equipment Focus for Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptpastelsequipment
‘Painting Topical Techniques for Soft Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptpasteltechniques
‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Soft Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 1]’ – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulpast1
‘Painting Topical Techniques for Soft Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 2]’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/pastelstechniques2
‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Soft Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 2]’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/paintinginpastels2
‘Painting Topical Techniques for Sketching Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 3]’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/pastelstechniques3
‘Learn to Enjoy Painting in Sketching Pastels with Paul Taggart [Series 3]’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/paintinginpastels3
‘Out and About with Paul – Soft Pastels with Acrylic Underpainting’ – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/outandaboutwithpaulpast1

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Lesson 7 [Series 2] – ‘Learn to Enjoy Painting’ in Watercolours with Paul Taggart



SEE ALSO …
Wet-on-Wet Basics and Wet-on-Wet Exercise featured in companion box-set ‘PAINTING TOPICAL TECHNIQUES for Watercolours with Paul Taggart [Series2]’ – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs02
PAUL TAGGART core watercolour painting kit and how to use each element – http://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourequip

Work along with Artist and Author Paul Taggart as he continues with the second layer in THIS START-TO-FINISH LANDSCAPE PAINTING TUTORIAL in which you are working solely using the Wet on Wet Technique in Watercolours. Wet on Wet, can be worked on its own, or in conjunction with the other two principal techniques in watercolours – Wet on Dry and Line & Wash. AN INVALUABLE TECHNIQUE TO EXPLOIT AND MAXIMISE SO THAT YOU CAN DEVELOP YOUR INDIVIDUAL STYLE.

SUBJECT MATTER – you can either work along with Paul, using his five free-to-download photographs; or on your own reference photographs.

LESSON 7 – THIS LESSON DEMONSTRATES THE ART OF SUGGESTIVE STROKES and THE POWER OF EVER-DARKEING PAINT MIXES – IT IS WHERE THE LIFE OF THIS COMPOSITION COMES INTO BEING – WHERE THE BEAUTY OF WORKING WET-ON-WET COMES INTO ITS OWN

Before continuing where he left off in Lesson 6 Paul Taggart now opens with a little lift-off; although seemingly simple, these are critical to Paul’s progress; as his explanation reveals.

Then it is back to the MASSIF AND CLIFF FACE top-right of the composition, where he works on the darker areas and darkest accents, sculpting the landscape that envelopes it – scrubland, heathers, autumnal bracken, shrubs, trees, scree, rocks and fissures – all come to life through suggestive brush-strokes, surface colour mixing and the layering of ever-stiffer paint mixes.

From there Paul then turns to THE PENINSULAR IN THE MIDDLE GROUND – here he strengthens the greens and works on elements that change this from a mere strip of land to one that is home to some interesting trees. THIS IS A MAGICAL THING TO WATCH as you see Paul exploit his one round brush and manipulate his colour mixes – close-up shots show this in detail, as a few suggestive brush-strokes and some ever-darkening colour mixes are applied to three particular sections – then the camera pulls back to reveal that these are indeed three very distinctive trees which have enlivened this particular tiny area of the composition. Suggestion, being the key to this; not fiddly detail.

Then it is on to the TREE ON THE LEFT – particularly important as it frames the composition. Again, a few seemingly suggestive brush-strokes, some ever-darkening and contrasting paint mixes and the leaf platforms, spindly branches, trunks and bark are brought to life.

FINALLY THIS LESSON COMES TO A CLOSE as Paul moves in to the foreground area covered in lichens and mosses, bracken and plants, stones and rough ground.

WANT TO USE THE SAME SUBJECT as Paul? – NOT A PROBLEM – simply download Paul’s free-to-use photographs which you can find in Flickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/paul_taggart_artist_and_author/sets/72157649125947822/

‘Painting Equipment Focus for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourequip
‘[Series 1] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc1
‘[Series 1] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs01
‘[Series 2] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc2
‘[Series 2] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs02
‘[Series 3] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc3
‘[Series 3] Panting Topical Techniques for Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/awwptwatercolourtechs03
‘[Series 4] Learn to Enjoy Painting in Watercolours with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/artworkshopwithpaulwc4

‘[Series 1] Learn to Enjoy Colour Mixing with Paul Taggart’ – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/colourmixingseries1

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Chopper Everything’s going to be Alright part (2002)



I first went to Japan in 1999, I got to meet Chopper for the first time. I’d been a big fan of his skating since I saw his tricks in the 1996 FESN video by Takahiro Morita. I always looked for photos of him in Ollie Magazine too whenever I saw copies of that. When I finally met him for the first time it was at Spotaka, the local Osaka shop. He was so nice and courteous to a Northern English skateboarder with a weird little British company.
Every time I seemed to go to Japan after that I would meet Chopper, either coincidentally at a trade show, or I’d call him and go skateboarding with him. Our Japanese distributor at the time were the ones who connected us and got him to officially ride for Heroin. He said he liked the first video we had made “Good Shit” and so I was stoked to have him as part of the squad. He was actually the first Pro for Heroin Skateboards. When it came to filming his part for EGTBA, it’s a mash up of footage that he’d had around for a while that hadn’t been used for anything, and some filming trips to the UK where he would go out with Chris Massey and Alan Glass. I’ve always loved his unique style and creativity in skateboarding. I feel like I just wanted his style of mashing around the streets of Osaka to be brought over to our dirty British pavements. Alan Glass hit the nail on the head to use this Crass song, and I think it goes perfectly with Choppers skating. I heard this song the other day and it reminded me of how much I liked this part and made me think I should upload it to our Vimeo channel.

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