Glass of Wine Still Life Step by Step Oil Painting Tutorial – EVWIII Fine Art
In this episode, Vince explains how to paint realistic looking glass. It doesn't have to be a headache! Beginning with drawing, and moving through to refinement of the piece, follow along and watch the glass of wine come together by building shapes and values. Painting glass is only as difficult as you make it!
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Special thanks to Mud Haus in Wichita, KS for hosting the video series. Thanks also to Brock Berrigan for the use of his music in the video series. Check out his latest album, Cadillac Mountain, here: https://brock-berrigan.lnk.to/CadillacMountain
Apprentice Creative produced and directed this video. If you need videos for your business or creative endeavor, or you need other creative services like web development, graphic design, or consulting, you can contact David at email@example.com for a quote.
Starring: Ernest Vincent Wood III – https://evwiii.com | https://patreon.com/evwiii
An Apprentice Creative Production – https://apprenticecreative.com
Produced, Directed, Shot, Edited, Sound Recorded, Mixed, and Published by David Downing
Music By Brock Berrigan – http://brockberrigan.com
"Whole New World" & "Point Pleasant" by Brock Berrigan, used with permission.
Location Provided By: Mud Haus LLC, Wichita, KS – http://mudhauswichita.com
Thanks to Kalven Cederberg for use of the Mud Haus showroom.
Opening Animation by David Mizell
Hair and Makeup By: Rose Carson