About this Course
Painter Master Elite, Karen Bonaker.
Course Outline -Part 1-Enchanted Waterfall-This class starts January 15th
|Lesson 1||In lesson one, I will demonstrate how to set up your canvas and create the initial background which will serve as your starting point.|
|Lesson 2||Lesson two will show you how to blend and soften the background and how to set your brush up to complete this step.|
|Lesson 3||Lesson three will show you how to create the shapes of trees and begin to fill in the important elements of the painting.|
|Lesson 4||Lesson four will demonstrate how to create soft and hard edges, dark and light values to accentuate depth.|
|Lesson 5||In lesson five I will show you how to begin the process of adding limbs, branches, and tree trunks by selecting the right brush and paper texture.|
|Lesson 6||In Lesson six I will show you how to develop the waterfall and add highlights and blending.|
|Lesson 7||Lesson seven will demonstrate how to establish the principle rocks and cliffs|
|Lesson 8||Lesson eight will demonstrate how to create foliage|
|Lesson 9||Lesson nine will demonstrate how to add additional detail to your evergreen trees by using specific brushes.|
|Lesson 10||This is the point of the painting where you can start to follow your artistic muse. More details, highlights, and finishing touches.|
|Lesson 11||Video eleven will show you how to add lighting to your painting to accentuate the mood.|
Part 2- Magic Markers-Painting With Markers-This class starts March 14th
|Lesson 1||Introduction to Marker Brushes|
|Lesson 2||Your Custom Marker Brushes, Let's Get To Know Them!|
|Lesson 3||Graphic Illustration With Markers|
|Lesson 4||Traditional Landscape With Markers|
|Lesson 5||Using and Creating Selections With Marker Brushes|
|Lesson 6||Final Painting Project|
Part 3- Why Storytelling Is Important-Learning To Create Story In Your Paintings-This course starts May 16th
Nothing is more important than learning to tell a story. In this class, you will go on an adventure of your own and discover how to create compelling paintings that describe a story. Students will pick diverse subjects and create paintings or storyboards encompassing the subject. Karen will assist you as you develop your story based on the subject matter, mood and skill set.
- Skill Level
Beginner to Intermediate - Please note: Beginner Level assumes that you know how to:
- Open a New File
- Select a brush and import a brush category into Painter
- Understand the basics of working on layers
- How to add a new layer
As a student, you will receive hours of instructional videos. On top of the class instruction, Karen provides custom feedback to students through video responses and demonstrations. These student support videos are also available to all students to access, which furthers the student’s education. My courses include a live webinar session which is recorded for you.
A working copy of Corel(r) Painter™ 2018 or greater is required. Remember that you can download a 30-day trial version of the software to use for this class. Some lessons will be focused on the most current version of Painter, however, every effort will be made to supply students with brushes that are compatible with the version of Painter they are using.
A Wacom Pen Tablet & Stylus- Using a Mouse is not the optimal tool for digital painting. I highly suggest using the Wacom Art Pen as well. The Art Pen is not mandatory for this class, however, consider purchasing one when you can for complete barrel rotation of your stylus.
A system capable of running Corel(r) Painter™ 2018 or greater
4 GB of Ram or better Note: For optimum performance, your system should have 8 GB of Ram or better. Please note that specific system specifications are required for the different versions of Painter. Be sure you have what it takes before upgrading to newer versions, this includes both Mac and PC users.T
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