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Stormy Seaside Step by Step Acrylic Painting on Canvas for Beginners

In this video, we’re gonna get together and learn how to paint a stormy sky over a crashing wave. This is a little more intermediate than some of my other videos, but there’s no reason a beginner can’t do it!

I’m painting on a 16×20-inch stretched canvas, but you can paint on any type and size of canvas you like.

I used:
• A 1-inch flat brush
• A 1/2-inch flat brush
• A 1/4-inch flat brush
• A large brush for scrubbing clouds
• A smaller brush for scrubbing
• A 1/2-inch angle brush (the puffier and older the better!)

I’m using Liquitex Basics acrylic paint in the following colors:
• Mars Black
• Titanium White
• Ultramarine Blue
• Alizarin Crimson
But you can use any colors you like.

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Notice: No part of this video may be reproduced or distributed without written permission from me. The painting demonstrated is owned by the artist and Pandemonium Art Gallery, and may not be reproduced except by individuals for the purpose of learning these techniques. This tutorial and painting presented are not available for commercial purposes and may not be duplicated to be used for classes or commercial sale without written permission from me.

The artwork contained in this video © 2017 by Jane Font All Rights Reserved

“Waterlilies 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, & 8” by Kevin MacLeod

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  1. Jane, that's so funny you did the blah, blah, blah! My grandson did that just the other day to me! He is 5. I sat him down and said, Owen, what would you do if I was telling you the best pirate story, and I turned around and said…blah, blah, blah, and I walked away from you. His face instantly dropped and he said, grandma that would be so rude! I said honey, I love to hear what you have to say because its important, so when your talking to me, no matter what you say, I want you to have my full attention because I want to listen to what your telling me! He says, I'm so sorry grandma, I will never do the blah, blah, blah again, because I want to listen to what you have to say! <3 Awww, it was a Kodak moment! I'm sure Jane, and I probably speak for others…you are a great teacher, being patient, showing us techniques that you have practiced on for hours!!! Just to help us be better Artists! I can't even imagine the pressure of what you do each week!! Your videos do not drag on…there is no blah, blah, blah! We want to hear what you say!!! Thank you for all your teachings! I love going into depth on a subject and learning the time consuming things that really make up a painting! I look forward to the tough ones, love them all!

  2. No Blah blah blah. It's exactly what I need to hear. Thank you. I am hoping to see an angel one day 🙂 Please, if you ever see this can you explain how you managed to keep the paint useable all that time? I throw away so much pain. In 10 minutes it's useless. :-/ kn

  3. Thank you so much for generously sharing and teaching us your technique. I learned so much! You have a gift for making learning and fun.
    PS I will gladly sit through one of your long videos so please keep showing us how you paint for 'you'.

  4. Just found your videos and love love love them! I am learning to paint with soft pastels, and particularly the pan pastels, and some of the techniques you show can be applied to the pan pastels. Really helping me with my learning! Thank you so much for making these!

  5. Not only are your tutorials so easy to follow and learn from, but you're also encouraging, and so pleasant – even therapeutic, to listen to. Thankyou for sharing your talent with us!

  6. I'm not sure how I haven't seen this video before today, but I LOVE IT!! Jane, you truly are an amazing teacher. You have given me techniques to use in my own painting, that make sense. (and also give me "duh" moments lol) I haven't had any formal training with art in general, (minus what I did in High School and a few classes in College) so I'm basically self taught in acrylic painting. You explain things so easily and it is so very nice to have explanations with these longer videos, since it really allows for understand of the why's. Thank you for your continued sharing of your gift, with all of us!

    Ps do you ever do critiquing of paintings??

  7. I have a vice; I have to listen to someone talk when establishing my first couple of layers ( a distraction so I don't overthink my base layers) + hours = consistent.

  8. Love your videos, and I love even more that you're a Bob Ross fan! You remind me of him, in your great explanations and your calm approach.

  9. I’m so thankful for this tutorial. I’m better at clouds. I learned and grew today ☺️. Thank you Jane for all you do!

  10. I could ( and do ) watch you for hours – always so varied, technically informative and absolutely fascinating – I love your beautiful work and your teaching is genius – and always encouraging – thank you so much – it is truly appreciated.

  11. Hi Jane!I just want U to know that other then your painting style and tutorials, witch are very usefully buy the way, I love your "bla bla -bla bla".I think is very strong motivating and…kind.Thank U! 🙂

  12. Thank you for the reassuring and inspiring chat regarding comparison and length of time to complete a painting. I really needed to hear that, because I do compare myself very often to professionals such as yourself in these videos, which can be quite discouraging. Thank you again for the insightful talk!

  13. I stopped at 12 mins just to comment on how much of motivation and inspiration you gave me!! You're such an understandable artist <3!

  14. I am new to acrylic painting. I have found several mediums in what we have for art stores here and I am at a loss as to what they do. Could you elucidate the erudite please?

  15. I started painting four months ago and you have helped and inspired me so much! I painted your tornado the other day and had to keep redoing it. I was going to give up but then I watched this video and your words about just doing it gave me the boost i needed. I finished it and I'm happy with it for my first tornado. Thank you!

  16. Jane I want to make sure I’m a Patreon and update my information but I cannot figure out how to contact you privately- honestly if I hadn’t found you on internet I would of given up – I’m very critical of my work and I’m starting to feel proud of it with all you teach us – thanks Kelly

  17. I like her technique and her clouds but for some reason maybe because I am using a different brush, my clouds came out a bit less organic( for lack of a better word) but I really like them they look dreamlike idk

  18. Your explanations are so good and helpful!! Especially for creating beautiful clouds with the scrubbing of the dark and light values. Thank you!!!!

  19. Please don't stop talking (blah blah blah…) your encouragement to us newbies is so valuable. Thanks for the all hard work you put in to help us.

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