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Wilson Bickford: Oil Painting Lessons (Playlist)

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Artist and author Wilson Bickford guides you through a series of short tutorials to allow you to gather your confidence in the world of oil painting. He has been a professional artist for many many years now so his teaching style has developed accordingly during this time. In this series you will learn the brush techniques , mediums and color correlations necessary to fulfil the painting of a selection of different items and themes. These include a leafy tree, waterfall, fir trees, sun rays, birch trees and dew drops. All have very different styles and detailing but Bickford has theĀ acumen required to help artists of all levels through the path to success in oil painting. Have fun.

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  1. Artyom says:

    Why would you change the core of the game by wnekanieg the attack value of ranged units? Is there any reason for it? Is it because players complain about their capacities? And if so, why do you listen to their pleas and not to ours when we complained about the agressivness of towers? And that for a vast amount of time. When we were still playing through K&M TSK we already encountered that towers formed a real problem when not limited to a certain amount. You’ll probably remember players complaining about the towers issue and that we suggested a tower limit. Which would be very similar to the Peace Time slide that is already present in the game. (In K&M the Remake that is). Please enlighten me why you decided to make ranged units weaker and why it would be better, because the way I look at it this horrible tweak will only deteriorate the gameplay. It was fine as it was. Ranged units are actually pretty weak when in smaller number of only tens of men. And if you’re going through with THIS then with what kind of amount will the attack value of bowmen and/or crossbowmen be decreased? Sigh, the fact that you even considered this change of an essence of K&M is incomprehensible.

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  2. Make sure to use a thicker ( undiluted with paint thinner ) paint for the base and use a slightly thinner consistency paint for the highlights. The thinner paint will stick (adhere) to the thicker layer and not lift up so much of the dark layer.

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  3. @jordanwphoto Make sure to use a thicker ( undiluted with paint thinner ) paint for the base and use a slightly thinner consistency paint for the highlights. The thinner paint will stick (adhere) to the thicker layer and not lift up so much of the dark layer.

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  4. Make sure to use a thicker ( undiluted with paint thinner ) paint for the base and use a slightly thinner consistency paint for the highlights. The thinner paint will stick (adhere) to the thicker layer and not lift up so much of the dark layer.

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  5. Make sure to use a thicker ( undiluted with paint thinner ) paint for the base and use a slightly thinner consistency paint for the highlights. The thinner paint will stick (adhere) to the thicker layer and not lift up so much of the dark layer.

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  6. That was a 1″ foliage brush. My Signature line of brushes is now available through Jerry’s Artarama and I recommend my 1″ Scenery Brush for this. My brush is “angled”, which allows you to use only the corner of it, giving more control for rendering the delicate leaves.

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  7. @wingINTELLIGENCEmb That was a 1″ foliage brush. My Signature line of brushes is now available through Jerry’s Artarama and I recommend my 1″ Scenery Brush for this. My brush is “angled”, which allows you to use only the corner of it, giving more control for rendering the delicate leaves.

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  8. That was a 1″ foliage brush. My Signature line of brushes is now available through Jerry’s Artarama and I recommend my 1″ Scenery Brush for this. My brush is “angled”, which allows you to use only the corner of it, giving more control for rendering the delicate leaves.

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