What I found very refreshing about the Paul Jackson 5-day workshop is that he tailor's each workshop to not only what is inspiring him but what he believes the workshop participants will enjoy. Sometimes a more experienced artist might not want to paint the same photo as the instructor and everyone else in the workshop but I found this time around it is important for the artist as well as the instructor to see if you are getting the results of his technique. The second image we were asked to create our own "story" and change or add our own images which was really using our creative juices and testing our knowledge from the first painting.
I do love to paint glass and so this was exciting to see how the layers of color come through with a brilliance and translucent glow of its surroundings. I thought initially it was the mixing of the colors but learned right away that wasn't how he achieves the glow.
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I didn't know how to make a glass until I watched a video in a lifestyle television channel. It undergoes a lot of process, and all these processes are not even a piece of cake! By the way. I am hoping that I can make it in Paul Jackson 5-day workshop if he will be having one this year. My curiosity pushes me to enroll under his workshop because I want to learn the craft and the science behind it. I am pretty sure it's going to be exciting!
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