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Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass is now available for immediate viewing

Rocks, Sand & Sea Glass       
New release 2013

Is now available for immediate viewing as a 6 week download 
on my website or as a Pre-release DVD sale.

This program is packed full of information Follow along with seven different step-by-step lessons and learn many techniques that can help make painting easier. Understand more about shape, texture and how to pull those rocks and stone up off the paper as if by magic. Create sand that gives the illusion of real sand with a three dimensional appearance. You’ll enjoy yourself, feel successful and have fun. Running time 103 minutes 
Part 1    Lessons 1 & 2
Introduction, material list then follow along step-by-step in lesson 1 & 2. Learn the foundations of creating stones, color, shape, shadow, texture and sand. Lesson 2 applies these techniques into a simple composition with a very unique application of texture.
 Running time 49 minutes
Part 2    Lessons 3 - 7 
Step-by-step lessons of turning sand into pebbles, painting muscle shells with sand in them, bending kelp, ripples in the sand, review, different compositions, wet and dry sea glass, along with many other fun techniques.
Running time 54 minutes

Pre-release DVD sale  $ 69.95         
(Projected release date  April 1, 2013) 


Immediate download viewing 

  Part 1  Online Download  PPV  $ 34.95       6 week viewing time 
  Part 2  Online Download  PPV $ 34.95       6 week viewing time

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