Art Lesson 40, Part 3
How to paint a Portrait in Rembrandt’s Style – Applying Glazes and Velaturas
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Portrait in Rembrandt’s Style – Applying Glazes and Velaturas
Another layer of Titanium White is applied over a completely dried surface.
Highlights can be spread out with a soft brush. This is an Underglazing; it should be lighter and colder than the final result.
For larger areas, use a wide, soft brush. Spread the paint thinly to achieve a semi-opaque Glaze. In highlighted places, apply the paint more densely.