|Masked Painter Gang|
Thanks to all of you for a beautiful happy painting weekend!
Thanks for all the help during the class and afterwards.Thank you for joining up for the class even in times of a pandemic and your joy to learn painting wisdom and philosophy 🙂
From far and close, first timers and repeaters, even a youngster …
I want to thank you all for your feedback that I can use to build this review with! Stay healthy and paint happily 🙂
The theory parts contain:
– Learn to see your world with different eyes
– Introduction into basing composition
– Learn how to feel harmony in different aspects
– Important contrasts for figure painting
– Explanation about how to paint a light situation on your figure
– Understand colour theory and learn how to use it properly
– Learn about different materials, their unique properties and learn to paint them
– Learn to lose fear of doing something wrong
– much more!
|Student’s projects on Sunday’s end|
This weekend workshop was bonkers! The amount of input, the amount of inspiration, the amount of new things I learned but mainly the skills of Roman as a painter and especially teacher was insane.
If you have any kind of creative call in you and if you have any kind of relationship to miniatures I strongly recommend his beginner workshop, i haven’t learned this much in one weekend ever before (as long as you keep a spot open for me ;))
|Lunch break on Saturday, everything primed and ready to paint ….|
|this can not be explained in words, we did not throw our projects …|
Happy painting! Yes, that sums up the weekend pretty well, or rather the outcome of the weekend for me personally. In between I was pushed out of my comfort zone. Which admittedly a) was quite easy and b) also necessary XD. But since you are dealing with the topic of adult education, you will not be surprised ^^ In any case, you have created a really great context for me in which you realize adult education in the field of figure painting: well relaxed, not always serious, tangible and supportive -> happy painting.
I could have tolerated color theory a little more (even if looking back I wouldn’t have had time for it anyway ^^), I can’t even remember doing that. The color wheel was really, really cool for me, I thought it was great, as was the mixing of skin tones. Oh yes, and I’m really proud of my Mini too. You were right, my best work so far; D.
Definitely have ambitions to turn up again at the workshop. Then with a larger comfort zone from which you can push me a little bit again.
oh and if you still need some catchy phrases:
“improving not only my skills but also my basic understanding how to paint minis to a greater effect”
“intensive trip from basics to a finished miniature, with a supporting hand and mind to guide your happy painting experience. Thank you Roman”
“cautious at start, full ham at the end. Thanks for guiding me to my best results so far”
It was really cool with you.
|Again, not explainable … 😀|
|Student’s results (first timers)|
|Happy, but tired teacher on Sunday|
Thanks to everyone
who showed up for the workshop. It was a great weekend, with wonderful students, eager to learn the ways of happypainting and able to stand my blabla for thirtythree hours of class schedule. As a teacher my student’s results made me really proud and we all were able to share good vibrations all around.
At the moment I postponed plans for the new year due the ongoing uncertainity due the pandemic.
I filled up my schedule until April 2022 with private coachings and plan to organise weekend workshops from January on when I know
a bit more about the actual Covid rules. So, workshops will not happen next year before the end of April.
Keep on happy painting everyone and thanks for coming to the seminar!