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How to Paint Seascape Waves - Oil Painting Techniques
[Robert O'Connor] - [English] - [Monday 30th, January 2006]
Oil Painting Techniques to paint breaking seascape waves. Oil painting lessons
and class on CD and DVD teach techniques that bring translucent color, powerful motion, and subtle depth to your seascapes. VIEW A SAMPLE PAGE of painting wave foam patterns. Learn from award winning artist, Byron Pickering, master or painting "The Breaking Wave".
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