posted by Marco Bucci at 1:25 PM
stunning, always enjoy your plein airs... do you use Winsor Newton Aritisians? Those Water soluble oils? What do you think of them?
Thanks Nori,Yeah those are the Winsor Newton water soluble oils. I use them for everything; they're great.
For some reason, I kept waiting for a Bob Ross video to start. I don't know why, and I'm sorry for even thinking that! :(But in all seriousness, I love how you can establish the important shapes and values so quickly. It's really amazing to watch!
Ah nice! Cool clip and you did a really nice painting too!
Man, that video was inspiring. Great work Marco.
Enjoyed your painting video!
Cool video!A little off topic... the music is really great! What other bands do you listen to?Thanks!
stunning as always :)more ..more
Thanks guys!Abby, don't worry about it. I think every painter gets the Bob Ross thing at some point :)Hey Marcus. Wide variety of music gets played while I work. These days it's a lot of solo acoustic guitarists like Andy Mckee, Antoine Dufour, and Maneli Jamal. Ratatat or other electronic beats I also like working to. When it comes to rock, I seem to like older bands. Right now, Steely Dan, Supertramp and Soundgarden get played a lot.
Thanks for the response. I just got a few of Ratatat's albums! I'll be sure to check out those other groups as well.
Great presentation Marco...a joy to look over your shoulder!!!
Great Paint about that church Marco . I like it a lot!
KICK BUTT MARCO!
Hey Marco. Great site and great vids man. Keep it up!
hey man your videos are awesome, they help me a lot!
Cool movie. Interesting. Most time i don't like, when people watch me drawing - but with a camera all the time - horror.
Just found your videos, site, blog today! GREAT work, and do so appreciate your sharing your painting experiences 'out in the real world'... Question ... What brushes would you recommend for a beginning painter? ... for both oil, and for acrylics...? Thanks much!
Just watched the vid. Nice!What brush were you using on that one? I don't think I have seen such a long flat before.
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