Painting Without Paint by Matthew Palmer
Landscapes with your tablet

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Popular and innovative artist Matthew Palmer's new book shows you just how easy it is to produce fantastic landscapes on your tablet. Using clear, no-nonsense instruction and plenty of helpful, practical advice, you will quickly learn everything you need, from preparing your colors to adding atmosphere to your landscapes.

The book shows you simple exercises to practice essential techniques in handling your tablet, then leads you into 6 full and varied landscape projects. Packed with variety and inspiration, you'll be painting with your tablet in no time.
 

About Matthew Palmer

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Matthew Palmer is one of the Society for all Artists' most renowned demonstrators, and his classes are particularly popular with beginners. He has been painting seriously for twenty years and specializes in landscapes, still life and animals. He has his own studio at his home in Derbyshire and teaches over 150 people per week, as well as running watercolor workshops and holidays. He has many personal exhibitions, participates in several art shows and appears regularly on the Painting and Drawing Channel.
 
Published May 10, 2016 by Search Press. 128 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Artist Palmer's book introduces a method of digital picture-making that can feel very similar to traditional painting but harnesses the advantages and conveniences of tablet computers. The first half of the guide covers the basics: materials, which consist s

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