Day 2 Wrap-Up
That is a privilege I think for all of us to see you create something like this shoe were they dante and I tell you I mean now I'm sweating that drying the digital watercolor try the try sweat on the brow where's where's that dry sweat on the brow but that is about the process of that penny is mid mesmerizing I think everybody was just spill down the entire time and it's an absolute honor to see you work jeremy and so instructive I would like to say a huge thank you to all of you for joining us today you are the reason we're here on the chat room has been buzzing it's been a terrific day was a terrific day yes so it'll be another terrific day tomorrow we massively appreciate your enthusiasm out there thank you online audience and thankyou studio audience it's fantastic to talk to you in the break too because your expertise and you're so engaged so interested in that just terrific to hear your buzz it's amazing and our crew crew creative lives is incredible lenny in the chat room good j...
ob keeping everyone in order a vey fabulous xavi and everybody behind the same see mike's creative live go outside convincingly to such a huge global audience thank you the biggest global creative life thank you of all to jeremy settle your sentiments on a lot of you out there you can't even imagine how amazingly wonderful this creative life crew I here I am so so appreciative and so on it to be about really every single person from creative live I've met is absolutely fantastic and they have been so friendly and warm and welcoming as well as professional and efficient so I give a huge jeremy you rocket well and we're just is appreciative to have you here and along with our appreciation we've got a group of people many hundreds of people in the chat rooms and watching online that are also appreciative and I'm just going to share a little bit of that with you see so you know what's going on out there soon my asses thank you for a day full of knowledge and inspiration amazing to watch jeremy at work can't wait for what tomorrow will bring ming you and tomorrow does have some great stuff so in that do you want to share with us a little bit of what's coming tomorrow? Well some of it I'm gonna hold back is the surprise otherwise you don't know how way maybe maybe we're gonna have a surprise to you tomorrow, but in terms of where we're going with this we do have some very specific things that were going to come with and so tomorrow well, you know what tomorrow is expression day today was workflow day even though there was a lot of expression in it on dh I wanted just to take one moment before I talk about tomorrow just recap the essence of today, everyone moment. So today, as you see that it was about let's, forget all that it was about workflow and about a structure which allows you to be free, period, that was what today was about. Now I did one painting today on dh it was one particular way I'm going to do some other demos tomorrow is you get to see a little bit of this, but really, the key lesson from today is just a structure which frees you up and whether you paint on the photo, whether you drop on a photograph that you took of a texture or where the, you know, whatever you do, it doesn't really matter as long as you have fun and you go for it and explore and just, you know, persevere and enjoy expressing yourself on that digital cameras. So which leads us to tomorrow it's about expression on dh because this is an intro to photo painting, um, that the what I really want to hone in on tomorrow is ok, we've gotta work flow we've gotta structure, we've done that, you've got it, um, you know, that's that's in the pocket, you could say, what are we going to do with it? How are we going to make it sing? How are we going to make it? You know how we going to sing on dh so tomorrow we're gonna look at particularly color and texture way obviously you see the way that I used color it's, you know, maybe it's a bit too wild sometimes, maybe not. You know, I just love color and I tend to be very expressionistic with it. And I'm not trying and sharing in this class say anybody should be trying to, you know, make paintings that looked like mine or used color lytton like I do it all. However, what I want to do tomorrow is give you some exercises and tools if you feel like pushing your color further in your paintings that are based on photos, I want to help you with that. And that also relates to the question that came up yesterday is like someone said that, you know, is it really painting and blah, blah, blah? You know, when you start really pushing color and your own color and not just using cloning, which is essentially a hand carried filter that's what cloning is it's a hand carried filter? If you use a clone brush and there's nothing wrong with that, you saw me use it all over, I think you'll find it really you'll really enjoy that aspect the other thing is texture we haven't really talked about texture yet just a little touched on it here and there but we haven't gone into paper textures a tall it's an amazing part painter I use it all the time in my college and you can use it in anything and I want to spend a little time tomorrow he's giving you the one o one of paper texture and for those new to painter you're gonna be amazed I mean, you think pay protection oh yeah, you mean like is it a rough water color or a campus knew that is part of paper texture and painter, but it goes so far beyond that when you stop customizing on papers, we'll look at that tomorrow um then we will end ah, you know, we will end tomorrow by, like, just considering okay, you've now you know how to structure you've expressed yourself, you've created a wonderful work of art and you want to do something with it, what you gonna do with it on that's again? Of course? Well up to you, by the way, it doesn't have to be printed some of hopeless work, and he talked about this sum of hawking his work doesn't exist imprinted it was designed just to be digital he has these video screens and stuff going on that's really fascinating so in other things, don't have to end up being printed. But if you do want to go to print and you do want a physical, outwork hang on your wall or a client's war or whatever, then we have to think about the options. So we're going to talk about that tomorrow and then a za little finale there. I mentioned that for me, it often makes a big difference to work into a the surface of a print, especially his canvas, with paints and jail and stuff. So but we'll deal a little bit with that as well, and that's something else that I really encourage you all to do, but we'll get into that tomorrow, boys, I think that'll be a full day that's, a back from that. We're not gonna do anything. We're just gonna, uh, leave back and relax now, honey.