Acrylic Painting The Eiffel Tower With Cheri!
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Acrylic Painting The Eiffel Tower With Cheri!

Learn how to paint the Eiffel Tower with downloadable templates to transfer to your canvas.
5.0 (1 rating)
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6 students enrolled
Created by Cheri Riechers
Last updated 8/2019
English
Current price: $34.99 Original price: $49.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 32 mins on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will learn how to create a finished painting of the Eiffel Tower. Through the use of clear step by step lessons on how to paint, blend, do brushstrokes, and what brushes to use, you will take a fun journey through the painting process. There is a downloadable free template to use for transfer of the Eifell Tower image onto the canvas or other surface. This course will take approximately 2 - 3 hours (if done in one session) by watching and listening to the instructions and then applying them to the painting process.
Requirements
  • Supply List: 11 x 14 Wrapped Canvas, Transfer Paper or Dark Colored Chalk, a Fine Point (not Extra Fine) Black Sharpie Marker, Paints: Dark Gray or Black, White, Bright Yellow, Orange, Brushes: Filbert (Medium Size), Flat (Medium Size), Round (Small Size), Palette: Egg or Vegetable Tray, or Styrofoam Plate, Water Holder, Paper Towels
Description

In this course you will go on a fun and educational journey with Cheri and three students to learn how to create a painting of the Eiffel Tower.  This course will take approximately 2 - 3 hours (if done in one session) by watching and listening to the instructions and then applying them to your painting process. You will have access to a free downloadable template to transfer the image shown in the course onto either canvas or heavy duty watercolor paper.  Through clear step by step lessons in a setting with art students following along with you, I will teach you by using video, slides, and photos, what paints to use, how to paint, blend, do brushstrokes, and what supplies and brushes to use.  This is a fun filled painting process. 

You can even get some friends or family together to paint this in a group for a fun event.  Girl's night?  Couple's night?  Why not do this!

There is an Unlimited Lifetime Access, and you can revisit the Lectures anytime, day or night!

  • No previous experience needed - you will be taught step by step

  • Easy to follow lessons through slides and videos of Cheri and students painting right along with you!

  • All the supplies you need will be listed (you might already have some of them), and it is an inexpensive painting to create!

Sign up for this fun Course and start your creative process!


Who this course is for:
  • Beginning artists - not experience necessary . . . Adults wanting to relax and paint . . . Teenagers wanting to chill out . . . stressed out workers looking to escape into the world of art! PS - Pretty much anyone!
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 32:54
+ Getting Started on Your Trip to the Eiffel Tower
4 lectures 03:40

This is a fun video explaining who I am and why I am qualified as an artist to teach this course (You do not have to watch this if you have already seen it on one of my other courses)

Preview 02:18

This is a list of the materials required to complete this course. All supplies can be purchased at an art store or online for a minimal purchase price. You will also need a Black Sharpie Fine Point Marker.  And your Round Brush should be fairly small.  You can either push the pause button to copy the list, or take a picture of the screen with your phone.

Supply List
00:30

This is a download of two half page printouts for your Eiffel Tower image. Each half page is 7 x 11 to be printed on 8.5 x 11 paper. There is a top and bottom portion. Once you have this you will trace it onto your canvas. Supply list is in the previous lecture.  Instructions and suggestions are in the video.

Downloadable Image Templates (Required)
00:13

Using either transfer paper or chalk, this will explain how to easily get your image onto the canvas. You can either push the pause button to copy the list, or take a picture of the screen with your phone.

How to Transfer Your Printed Template to Your 11 x 14 Canvas
00:39
+ What You Are Painting
4 lectures 03:59

See a full size image of what the Eiffel Tower painting will look like when completed with the course!

Preview 00:51

This lecture is filled with helpful tips on painting options, suggestions to make your painting process easier, and how to clean your brushes.

Preview 01:55

Give your canvas a finished look by painting the image around the sides.

Preview 00:23

Choose what you want to use for a palette. Watch me paint before you start!

Preview 00:50
+ Starting the Painting Process
7 lectures 23:07

Learning how to blend paint and colors to create the Paris sky. Before starting, make sure to go over all your lines with a Black Sharpie pen!

The Sky is the Limit!
05:03

Paint two levels of the bushes using a Filbert brush (round tip).

Preview 04:31

Perspective from large to small and using your brush in the proper way.

How to Paint the Street Lights
02:30

Learning to paint to give the look of a sidewalk and wet street.

Sidewalks and Streets of Paris
04:57

Painting over the lines of the template.  How to hold the brush and which brushes to use.  Add little yellow lights on the Eiffel Tower with your small Round Brush if you want.

Painting the Eiffel Tower
03:16

Why you paint the street lights first and then add the Dark Gray (or Black).  It's ok to repaint lines if you go over them a bit with the Dark Gray.

Painting the Dark Bushes
01:49

Using the proper brush to draw lines . . . or using a Sharpie! But beware - Sharpies are hard to paint over if you make an error!!!

Benches and People
01:01
+ The Final Painting - Let's See What We Painted!
1 lecture 01:19

Taking a look at the finished paintings.  Shows the different styles and forms of creativity.  You can use a template and follow instructions and still have your own personality in the art!

It's a Wrap!
01:19