Paint-Saver Palette is here!

21Dec11

Students have been bugging me for years to come out with the Paint-Saver Palette. We now have them available!

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Camille Przewodek painting Erin

Here is a picture of it in use at Weekend With The Masters. I am painting a demonstration of what Charles Hawthorne used to refer to as a “mudhead.” These were models, backlit against the ocean. The flesh was so dark that is resembled the color of mud. Hence, the term “Mudhead.”

I warmed up and lightened the ocean color to offset all the darks in the figure. She is a silhouette against the water in the distance.

completed mudhead
Completed Study of Erin
Erin Against the ocean

Study with Erin silhouetted against the water



5 Responses to “Paint-Saver Palette is here!”

  1. Hi Camille!…I’m proud of you…blogging! I signed up. Would love to have the paint saver pallette, but not at the moment. I’m spending Christmas here in Wellsboro, PA with three of my children and grandkids. It’s so beautiful here, incredible buildings that look like they are straight out of a Dickens novel. My paints are supposed to be coming tomorrow. I love the comparison pieces you have here…when I visited there this last summer it was awesome! They had a young group of beautiful teenage Mariachi singers and instrumentalistsTook picture, but didn’t paint. I think I’d have to scope it out first, (oggling and gawking) then paint!

  2. 2 Sharon Madzoeff

    Can you tell me how I can purchase a Paint-Saver Palette?

    Thanks,
    Sharon

  3. 3 Sharon M.

    Where can I buy a Paint-Savers Palette?

  4. Where can I purchase the Paint Saver Palette?

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