It's Not Magic, It's a Free eBook on How to Paint With Acrylics

Interest in acrylic painting is skyrocketing. There is less and less of a bias against this medium as a newcomer, and more and more of an interest in the healthful qualities and vibrant colors acrylics have to offer.

In our free eBook, Acrylic Painting Techniques: Methods on How to Paint With Acrylics for Acrylic Landscape Painting and Interiors, you'll see what all the fuss is about concerning painting with acrylics. To start, Jeanette Chupack offers her unique point of view on how to compose and paint varied acrylic landscape paintings. Her biggest inspiration is the land, sea, and wildlife around her home. Chupack shows how she translates these images to canvas and troubleshoots along the way, including how she corrects mistakes and treats her surface for a high-gloss finish.

Rounding the Bend by Jeanette Chupack, acrylic painting, 2009, 20 x 30.
Rounding the Bend by Jeanette Chupack, acrylic painting, 2009, 20 x 30.

Then there is an acrylic painting tutorial devoted to interiors, so you as an artist can understand how acrylics work both indoors and out. You'll find acrylic painting techniques on how to use retarder to slow down the drying process so that you can blend colors seamlessly, plus a step-by-step demonstration by artist Ronald Lewis.

In Acrylic Painting Techniques: Methods on How to Paint With Acrylics for Acrylic Landscape Painting and Interiors, you'll also find five acrylic artists sharing their methods, materials, and techniques. It's a smorgasbord of information valuable to any artist who wants to get the most out of their acrylics. Download your copy of Acrylic Painting Techniques: Methods on How to Paint With Acrylics for Acrylic Landscape Painting and Interiors now and enjoy!

And if you have an artist-friend who would love to have access to this free eBook, feel free to forward this email onto them as well! 

 

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  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.   

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