Words of Wisdom: Robert Brackman, Part III

by Matthew Innis |

The darkest part of the composition that you see before you should be toned in with the actual color, not by painting, remember, but by using a dry brush with no medium, if possible.  Glaze it in with the actual colors that you see.  All colors in this stage have to be related to the…

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