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"Springtime Scene"
by: Tom Lynch


MEDIUM - Watercolor

DESCRIPTION - Tom has really done it this time! This DVD is a TRUE, "MUST HAVE" for the beginner to intermediate artist. Tom creates "Spingtime Scene" in stages that highlight each step of the creative process.

As you learn from, and paint with Tom, you'll feel he is right there in your studio as your personal instructor! Presented in his usual, informative, smooth, entertaining style, Tom covers all the details necessary to enable you to create this beautiful scene!

TOTAL RUN TIME - 64 Minutes

PAPER/CANVAS - 300# WC Paper

PAINT - The following Holbein Colors will be used in this painting: Cobalt Blue, Hooker's Green, Opera, Peacock Blue, Perm. Yellow Lemon, Perm. Yellow Orange, Perm. Green #1, Royal Blue, Ultra-marine Blue

BRUSHES - #2 Red Sable Rigger, 1/4" Red Sable Flat, 3/4" Red Sable Flat

MISC - (4) - Holbein - 2 oz. Spray Bottles, Various Sponges

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