How To Paint Like Old Masters. Portrait Painting Tutorial By Sergey Gusev.

http://www.sergey-gusev.com

In this video tutorial I will show how to paint a man’s portrait using colours of old painters: ochre, umber, ultramarine and white.

I am using a knife only. I blend colours on the palette and paint the portrait using my palette knifes of different sizes,

Thanks for watching! Subscribe to my channel – new portrait paintings are coming in a few days!

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About Sergey Gusev's Art Blog

Hi and welcome to my blog! My name is Sergey Gusev and I am a visual artist from Russia. I am learning painting in the Academy of Fine Arts, Petersburg, Russia. I like all kinds of art and invite everyone to share experience in art here. Keep in touch, Sergey.
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10 Responses to How To Paint Like Old Masters. Portrait Painting Tutorial By Sergey Gusev.

  1. vicbriggs says:

    Reblogged this on vic briggs and commented:
    If I were a painter
    My knife’s edge would glimmer with life
    And lost in a canvass of white
    Its spectre would carve
    Only you.
    A palette of shadows:
    Burnt umber will blend with your soul,
    Through darkness will seek earthly light
    Enthral in my chase
    And subdue
    Time’s quickening tempo.

  2. texastom46 says:

    Thank you so much for visiting my art blog and taking the time to comment on my portrait. It’s funny that you should show up there since only yesterday I watched this video of yours demonstrating your skills with using the palette knife. Your compliment is very encouraging and kind. Thank you. You can be sure that I will visit your blog YouTube channel in the future. Thank you for being a virtual mentor!

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