Learn Monochromatic Painting Techniques
In this video you will learn how to create a monochromatic painting using nothing but an airbrush, a couple of colors and your will to learn.
Welcome to my Intro to Monochromatic Painting
This lesson you will be watching over my shoulder during one of my real-life commissioned paintings.
Monochromatic painting refers to a color scheme that is made up of one color in a variety of values and even tones of that same color. As an example – if you add white to red – you will get a variety of pinks. If you add black to red – you will get a variety of darker versions of red. This creates a variety of values of that same color.
You Will Need:
- Airbrush (Preferably Iwata HPC 0.03mm)
- Air Supply
- Black Tinter Urethane Basecoat
- White Tinter Urethane Basecoat
- Bright Red Tinter Urethane Basecoat
- Compressor or air source to power your airbrush
What You Will Learn:
Part 2: Building the Form Using White
Part 3: Adding Depth Using Black
Part 4: Adding the Final Details
Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
Total Lesson Time: 2.5hrs
This lesson will provide you with the inside look at how I paint a hood mural using just two colors.