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Tone Values

A few more words about this course

In this course you’ll start to learn the fundamentals to represent real life on your canvas. That is…understanding tone values. How to see them and use them as a painter.
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What's Included

7+ Hours

Specifically organized in a logical way to give the best instruction, starting at the very beginning

31 Videos

Easily navigate through each course. Go back and watch them again - in any order you like.

At Your Own Pace

Learn right at home. At your own pace, on your own schedule.

What You'll Learn

Course contents

Ethan Daniel

Painter, instructor
A contemporary painter from New York City. He also has a passion for teaching art and has taught thousands of people throughout the world with his online instruction.

He studied at the National Academy of Design School of Fine Arts in New York City and the Florence Academy of Art, in Italy. As a student, he copied the masters extensively in museums in North America and Italy.

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