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Discussions in paint. Join Jo Sonja as she discusses and demonstrates some of the antiquing and glazing techniques that she enjoys incorporating into her paintings:
• Damascened surfaces
• Water glazing – Delicate Italian style, Ompir Style
• Glaze mottling a background, sponging
• Background lightening
• Controlled “spot glazing”
• Glazed shadowing
• Simple wood graining and enhancing
All of the above techniques are discussed and demonstrated in this conversational tour. Includes a complementary design from packet (JP3033) that we hope you’ll enjoy. The video does not focus on this specific design, but rather is a general discussion of the above techniques.
Bonus Packet (Fruit) Supply List:
Jo Sonja's Artist Colors
Raw Umber (optional)
or Fruitwood Stain (optional)
From this palette you can mix the complete color wheel (12 colors). If you would like to base the lids of the small spice containers with beautiful pastel colors, try the following mixes (just small amount of each color is needed for the box tops).
Strawberry box - Mix a violet (Ultramarine Blue + Red Violet + Titanium White).
Pear box - Red Violet + Titanium White (a beautiful Amethyst color)
Jo Sonja's Sure Touch
#3-4 round, #4-6 filbert - Basic painting
Series 1360 #1-2 short liner - Fine details
Series 1310 #2 striper - Stripes, stem lines
Series 1318 1/2" Oval Wash - Applying Retarder Medium
Series 1317 3/4" mop (3/4" goat hair mop) - Blending out Retarder
Series 2010, 2030 or 2040 #0, 2; 8-10 Blenders* - Applying and blending out glaze applications
Series 1318 1/4" Oval Wash - landscape backgrounds and details on inset
*Blenders - Domed Round Blenders, Pointed Round Blender and Oval Dry Brushes are excellent blender options.