June 30, 2021 – Reblog/Review : Dappled Shade via Dianne Mize

Dappled Shade via Dianne Mize, Quick Tip 123, YouTube Video https://youtu.be/qVwRieV04G4
Dappled Shade via Dianne Mize, Quick Tip 123, YouTube Video
https://youtu.be/qVwRieV04G4

Those following my blog know I’ve been focused on understanding and hopefully recreating the effects of dappled light, at least more consciously 😊 in my own art, and Dianne Mize’s short YouTube Quick Tip tutorial is perfect for me!

I probably have more reblogs of her posts than anyone else and for good reason, lol!

This particular lesson explains – among several things – why one side of a shadow is often sharper, or softer, than its opposite; how the brightness or dimness of a dappled spot is generated in nature; and as is always the case with Dianne’s teachings – encouragement to let these ideas spur our creativity vs simply copying.

At least, I think, I am doing better consciously capturing dappled light in my photography.

Now, the challenge is applying this in pigment ☺️

My series of posts featuring Dianne tips, suggestion and videos are at –
https://felipeadanlerma.com/tag/dianne-mize/

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Thanks so much everyone! Stay curious, stay creative! 💕

Adan

Direct link to the blog post above is –
https://felipeadanlerma.com/2021/06/29/june-28-2021-my-newest-poster-upload-fineartamerica-barton-springs-greenbelt-evening-light/

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One comment

  1. […] You Tube, presents a short oil painting tutorial/demo on creating dappled light 😊 This follows yesterday’s dappled shade reblog via Dianne Mize, and I may try and find another, even if only somewhat related reblog tomorrow.Chris’ video […]

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