Tuesday, March 11, 2008

1 of 3 (5 minutes each) quicktime videos. This is a my first demo, done spur of the moment and fairly sloppy but gets the idea across. The main theme of the lesson here is starting loose, letting shapes evolve into forms that are influenced by moody light.



Enjoy! video

30 comments:

Brian said...

Excellent!

andreas said...

very cool!
thanks for taking the time making this.

addon said...

great to watch things emerge, merge and change, good to understand that things need not be defined until later - good lesson to learn!

Jeff Love said...

This is great - I can't wait to see the next installment!

Mike Sekowski said...

Thank you so much for this. It really is something to see it all begin from abstract shapes and come together into the final beautiful image.

Paolo Rivera said...

Thanks for making this video! I've enjoyed your finished works for a while now and it's a great opportunity to see the process.

Kevin said...

Great demo, i cant wait to see parts 2 and 3. I wish i had time to get back to traditional mediums again. Very inspirational!

René PleinAir. said...

Great fun, ... thanks for posting it!

salamander said...

This is GREAT! I thank you for the demo.
Eric in Oceanside

Jeff (trout bum) said...

Awesome! This demo inspired me to just pickup the brush tonight and start laying in shapes. Look forward to 2 and 3!

sirithduriel said...

Wow, that is just awesome! It's great to see how loose you work. I'm really interested in those two other parts.

Jared Shear said...

Very cool!.....great to see how you approach these. Looking forward to parts 2 and 3.

Shawn Escott said...

That was awesome. You paint so fast and fluid. Very inspirational video!

Chuck Rose said...

Looking forward to the next installments. We have much to learn from you.

Josh Kao said...

inspiring!

JimmyG said...

Great demo. I'm just starting to play with gouache and this is very helpful. It's nice to see how juicy your paint is laid on. Two questions. Do you pre-wet your paper? And can you re-wet and re-use gouache that has dried on your palette?

Biff Graybell said...

Thank you so much for posting this. I have been waiting so long to see you demonstrate your technique. I can't wait to see the next 2 parts. Please keep them coming.

Anonymous said...

That was so fun to watch! I can't wait to see the next one.

Heather

Erik D. Martin said...

Oh man thanks for posting a demo Erik! This is really inspiring!

BKO said...

Awesome and well presented Eric!!!

sophan said...

wow your 5 minute demo looks better than my 6 months landscape paintings!

Nature's Corridor said...

Thanks for the great demo! Will definitely be helpful gouache a try.

Felix Lim said...

ThaNk you so much Mr. Tiemens!
What a joy to see your masterful process.

Roger Adams said...

Fantastic! Thanks for doing this.

C.B. Canga said...

nice blog you have here. love your painting. i will add a link from my blog to yours.

best,
c.b.

Dave Bleich said...

great stuff Erik!

ev said...

Very Cool Erik, great to see. Looking forward to more.

Shane Pierce Art Blog said...

thanks man - very gracious of you man

bren jacobsen said...

Hi
I just discovered your blog and wow-I watched your tutorials twice! I am so inspired.And I appreciate your tips on the paper and paint you use. I think your touch is so "painterly" which makes it so expressive. I am going to paint right now. I hope you do this again. I enjoyed looking at all of your work. You are an inspiration and so gifted. Thank you for sharing your expertise. I live in CT so appreciated your paintings from my State and New England area.

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