Here’s a glimpse at what you’ll discover:
Who Is This For?
Expressive Oil Portraits is an art video course for portrait painters who are looking to try a fresh, loose style. Or those who want to learn portrait painting correctly from the very start.
This video will help you tremendously if you are looking to join competitions or want to approach galleries, or if you just want to be proud of your work.
You’ll be one of the few artists who can actually paint convincing and stunning portraits. Your new skill will really stand out from the crowd and open up new opportunities for you.
You Can Look Forward to Mastering These Techniques…
Portraits are so challenging because there is little wiggle room. If you paint a landscape and a tree doesn’t look 100% like your reference, no one will notice.
But if you paint someone’s portrait and it doesn’t look like your model, you are in trouble.
What’s more, in portrait painting you can’t change the composition or position of elements.
If you’re painting a landscape and you need to move a tree to achieve a better composition, no problem.
But if you paint someone’s face, you can’t just move an eye or the nose by an inch.
That’s why portraits are challenging but also extremely rewarding. It’s also why many artists tense up when attempting portrait painting. They get scared of making mistakes...
So it’s extra important that you have reliable techniques that help you navigate this challenging subject, and help you keep loose and soft effects.
In Expressive Oil Portraits, Bill lays out several techniques that’ll help you create breathtaking, expressive portraits, such as:
What's Exciting About Expressive Oil Portraits With Bill Schneider?
Expressive Oil Portraits teaches you the key to loose paintings. We have cooperated with Bill eight times in the past, and his teaching style is simply fabulous.
Bill is not only extremely knowledgeable and skilled; he is also very funny. That’s why we’re confident you’ll enjoy his art video.
Plus, Bill shares several instructional quotes and tips from Richard Schmid, Scott Burdick, Bill Parks, C.W. Mundy, Harley Brown, and other great artists he knows or has been inspired by — these are worthy of jotting down and tacking up on your studio wall!
Bill has laid out his process across five chapters. Here’s what you’ll discover: