Intro to Abstract Painting #1 and #2

Painting Acrylic Abstract Art; Find your Creativity with easy to follow Demos on how I create popular abstract paintings

4.25 (1206 reviews)
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English
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9,520
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3.5 hours
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Aug 2021
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$99.99
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What you will learn

By the end of the course, you will have learned:

- How to paint some very popular abstract paintings that practically sell themselves

- Unusual methods for applying acrylic paints

- Some very basic design ideas to make your paintings better

- Some of my strategies for selling my art

Description

Are you ready to Learn Abstract Acrylic Painting Techniques? Then Enroll today, and let's get started.

Some of the Benefits include;

  • Being able to watch the lessons over and over from any place you have internet access
  • A New found Confidence in your own ability to create Abstract Paintings
  • Impress your Friends & Family
  • Knowing a few ways to get started
  • Choosing the right materials
  • Insider Secrets using unusual tools

I will show you step by step how to create some of my most popular abstract paintings, with Easy to follow Video Lessons.



There is a Supply List provided in Lecture 3 with suggestions to get you started, of course if you already have supplies, you can use those.

Key Features of this Udemy Course

  • Unlimited Lifetime Access
  • Over 4000 Students Enrolled
  • Updated Last on Nov. 15th 2015
  • Closed Captions provided on each Video
  • One Time Payment
  • Watch Anytime / Anywhere

Through demonstrations and lectures I will simplify the process so even someone who's never painted before can understand it. We'll go over some basic design ideas,and then get right to the Fun part, Painting Abstract Art.

Anyone wanting to paint even just one Abstract Painting should benefit from this Course, and for those wanting to make a little money, I'll show you different ways to sell your paintings.

NOW please Watch the PREVIEWS Below, and Check out what other Students Say

Peter "I really enjoyed Andy's relaxed style of teaching in this course. Great tips of how to save on money on paint and tools were handy and loved listening to his thought process while watching him paint."

Michelle "This is such a great course for a beginner or someone wanting to get back to painting to excite their artistic juices. As a beginner this is just what i needed to get me going. bought my supplies now to make art."

Robin "Andy's approach is non-intimidating and practical. I felt empowered to create after going through this course."


Thank You, Andy Morris

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Content

Introduction to the Course

Meet Your Instructor
Welcome to the Course
Supply List

Your First Painting

Learn to paint a quick and easy Abstract Painting

Understanding Abstract Art

Let's talk about what is Abstract Art?

Design & Composition

A few very basic design ideas we'll use in our abstract paintings
Design Basics

Learn a simple way to paint an Abstract Landscape Painting

Getting started on our simple abstract landscape painting
Finishing our simple abstract landscape painting

How to make a painting based on my abstract designs for the Omni Hotel

First steps to paint a similar painting like those I did for the Omni Hotel
Continuing with the painting based on the designs I did for the Omni Hotel
Finishing the painting based on those I did for the Omni Hotel
End Part 1

Learn strategies for selling your abstract paintings

Thoughts about selling abstract art on Etsy
How to get your paintings into Galleries and Showrooms
Learn my favorite way to sell my abstract paintings, Direct Sales
How to add a drop shadow with Paint.Net

Summary

Review of Material in this Course

Abstract Painting with a Focus on Nuetrals

Patchwork Design
Continuing Patchwork Design
Patchwork Design Conclusion

Another abstract painting based on the Omni Hotel Designs

Variation on the Omni Design
Variation on the Omni Design continued
Variation on Omni Design finished

Finishing Touches to our Abstract Paintings

My Special Varnish Recipe

Abstract Expressionism Demos & Lectures

Expressionism Demo Number One Step One
Expressionism Demo Number One Step Two
Expressionism Demo Number One Step Three
Expressionism Demo Number One Step Four
Unstretched Canvas
Mock Up

Art Panels

Building a 6x6 inch Art Panel for less than $3
Acrylic Abstract Painting on 6x6 Panel

Bonus Section

Resources and Special Offers

Reviews

Anne
April 13, 2022
It was a very good and clear introduction. I feel more confident in attempting my first painting now. There were only a couple of thing’s that weren’t fully detailed. I would also like to see the artists worktable table and palette as he was using it.
Elaine
March 10, 2022
I think he has lots to teach but it is painfully slow to watch each stroke go here or there. Some sections need a bit of speed. While this is great for beginners, grreat, I am a professional mixed media artist so maybe, perhaps, there could be more challenges or hints to make me want to jump right in. I know much of what he is saying and would appreciate learning a bit more motivating ideas to try my first abstract?
Monica
February 10, 2022
I am really enjoying learning new techniques. The teacher makes it look simple and beautiful. Thank you.
Alina
February 7, 2022
Great tutor, but sometimes unprofessional. 1. He said that people can also use house paint (well, we can use it- but such art cannot be sold, because: Although latex house paint is the closest to acrylic paint, it is not archival quality and may compromise your painting over time (he didn't mention that in the course). Second issue: he said the paintings doesn't require to be varnished...and even when he decided to varnish he used mediums to varnish (instead of varnish). Quote from the producers: Our Matte Varnish and our Matte Medium have the same non-yellowing, flexible polymer base. The main difference is that the Matte Varnish is formulated to preserve paint film clarity, by using less matting agents in the formulation. Matte Medium can be applied as a final, non-removable top coat for acrylic paintings. Be aware, however, that the colors, especially darker values, will lose some visual intensity and clarity. Likewise, Matte Varnish may be mixed with the acrylic color, however, it will not reduce color sheen to the degree that Matte Medium will. I hope you understand my point of view... Thank you
Rebecca
February 5, 2022
Je voudrais pouvoir faire jouer la totalité du cours dun bout. Ne pas avoir à sélectionner chaque minute séparément.
Jack
January 19, 2022
Very disappointing and not at all what I expected. Too long spent on few uninspiring demos. I did not like any of his paintings. Nothing new in terms of basic techniques, too many irrelevant sections. Too commercial. Also very bad audio.
Neelam
January 13, 2022
Even though I have a good idea on acrylics, still learning abstracts. From basic of abstracts to design to doing it practically. so far superb!
Ange
January 7, 2022
This is a helpful course. Always good to hear/see new strategies/techniques. Liking the different ways to begin a painting, e.g. starting with black lines and adding sections of color, while leaving some of the sections white.
Ken
January 7, 2022
gettings lots of great value from the course re application, where to or not to paint a shape & why, mixing on the canvas as opposed to off the canvas. Too many things to write.
Ann
November 14, 2021
Love the use of color and large size of paint brushes. Wish the camera showed him when he is putting paint on the brush.
Carol
October 29, 2021
I enjoyed this course. Lots of good information, tips on saving money on materials and great demonstrations.
Nancy
October 23, 2021
I liked the way you paint - using feeling and freeform. I wasn't too interested in the computer work - but thats just me. All in all I thought it was a fun class.
Astrid
September 10, 2021
Andy is practical and down to earth. I may not always like the finished paintings but I still love watching him paint them and talking about his methods. I love the informal way he teaches and the occasional tips and thrifty advice on saving pennies.
Leanne
August 15, 2021
I wanted to learn more about what the artist sees in the finished paintings. What was his interpretation and why he thought they were good. I didnt expect the video's to be 6 years old and not in line with current trends.
Lorraine
September 23, 2020
Yes, very interesting and informative. Thank you Andy Morris for putting together a wonderful course. I love all your demo painting's that you have done. I have learned a lot. Thanks again.

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