Andrew Tischler shows you some techniques for painting landscapes in oils. Landscapes can pose many challenges. In this episode of The Great Art Adventure, Andrew is focusing on how to create an engaging composition, some quick colour combinations, his top tips for painting depth and different brush techniques with the brushes he uses.
Andrew Tischler takes you behind the scenes and shows you how he captured the story behind his latest painting, showing portrait painting techniques using light and shade and creating engaging detail.
The portrait poses many challenges. In this episode of The Great Art Adventure, Andrew breaks down many different techniques for capturing the character of the sitter. David Coles, the founder and creator of Landgridge Handmade oils is the subject. Andrew also visits the Langridge factory to learn a bit more about how the best oil paint is made.
In this episode Andrew creates two realist paintings of birds using photographic reference. How can you take a bad photo and create an awesome painting? In this instalment Andrew breaks down his process in a massive two part episode about two Kimberley icons.
Painting seascapes can be a tricky task. There are so many technical aspects to consider. In this episode, we travel to the south west corner of Western Australia to a place called Yallingup. Inspired by the thrashing coast here, Andrew breaks down his techniques of how to go from just a simple design concept, to an epic painting at a large scale. Follow along with Andrew as he breaks down his techniques in a systematic approach. For additional tips, tricks and techniques that relate to this episode, make sure you are subscribed to The Great Art Adventure – Bonus Newsletter
In this episode we meet famous Victorian Artist – Russell Petherbridge, in his hometown, Yandoit and paint his portrait. Andrew Tischler breaks down his process from start to finish, in a methodical step-by-step sequence. It all starts working from direct observation, carefully planning the piece with a colour sketch, and then finally working this into a larger studio painting. For additional tips, tricks and techniques that relate to this episode, make sure you are subscribed to the Great Art Adventure – Bonus Newsletter