February 23, 2010 2 Comments
Well… even though we once again have snow here in Wales, things are starting to hot up a bit in my studio and I have quite a few plans for 2010, so lets crack on and Ill keep things as brief as possible so I dont take up too much of everyones hectic lives
You can now join me on the remarkably popular Facebook to keep up with goings on in my life, both inside and outside of the studio. Just send me a friend request through Facebook and Ill get you onboard.
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Painting CD Price Increases (sorry).
I’ve kept the price of my Learn to paint wildlife art CD exactly the same for a couple of years, but unfortunately due to steadily increasing postage, printing and CD costs I am going to have to increase the price or drop the CD completely and offer it only as an e-book. So I have decided, for now, to increase the price as some people might still rather a physical (CD) copy the price will go up from next week and I will probably stop producing the CD entirely by the end of March/April (it will be still available as an e-book), so if you want to beat the price increase please buy ASAP.
ALL my e-books are staying at their original prices
New Oil Painting E-book coming
Most people think oil painting is difficult, but in reality it is one of the easiest / most forgiving mediums of all, ideal for beginners and my new book specifically demystifies the whole process of painting with oils. In it I have concentrated on guiding the would be artist from absolute beginner onwards ie selecting materials, (even giving a shopping list) through to colour mixing, making 1st marks and all the way up to creating finished paintings.
The project started off as a complete beginners guide, but in reality it had developed in to so much more, basically everything I know about oil painting is in it! I hope to have it completed in approx 1-2 months so watch this space.
New originals and shows
Over the last few years I have been fortunate to have sold all my originals soon after completing them, but the downside of this is that I havent had anything available for the yearly art shows. So this year I am going to try to find time to schedule in some paintings specifically for the shows. Each painting will be very different from your standard wildlife portrait, as I continue to push the boundaries on my own wildlife art.
So look for something exciting from me in NEWA and Marwell etc this year 🙂