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PAINT THIS WITH JERRY YARNELL

Saturday, February 23rd

10:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Tribal Existence, Part 3

In the third episode Jerry shows how to apply the brighter highlights on the snow to help seat the teepees and trees. Then Jerry shows a very interesting technique for creating the frozen ice chunks on the edge of the snow banks. Then Jerry takes his viewers through the process of detailing the teepees and other objects around the teepees and explains their purpose.

10:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Tribal Existence, Part 3

In the third episode Jerry shows how to apply the brighter highlights on the snow to help seat the teepees and trees. Then Jerry shows a very interesting technique for creating the frozen ice chunks on the edge of the snow banks. Then Jerry takes his viewers through the process of detailing the teepees and other objects around the teepees and explains their purpose.

Sunday, February 24th

4:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Tribal Existence, Part 3

In the third episode Jerry shows how to apply the brighter highlights on the snow to help seat the teepees and trees. Then Jerry shows a very interesting technique for creating the frozen ice chunks on the edge of the snow banks. Then Jerry takes his viewers through the process of detailing the teepees and other objects around the teepees and explains their purpose.

Monday, February 25th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 1

Acrylic Medium on 18x24 stretched canvas. In this opening session, Jerry discusses the underpainting procedure. Then he talks about the reference material and how he composed the painting. Now he shows how to properly use the hake brush to underpaint the sky in soft, pale-blue tones. Then finishes by underpainting the eroded cliff, and discusses what to expect in next week's session.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 1

Acrylic Medium on 18x24 stretched canvas. In this opening session, Jerry discusses the underpainting procedure. Then he talks about the reference material and how he composed the painting. Now he shows how to properly use the hake brush to underpaint the sky in soft, pale-blue tones. Then finishes by underpainting the eroded cliff, and discusses what to expect in next week's session.

Friday, March 1st

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 2

In episode 2, Jerry shows his viewers how to paint in the first distant layers of pine trees on top and behind the bank. But first he shows his viewers how to use the hake brush to paint the second layer of the bright sunlit sky. He finishes by describing some of the things he will be covering in the next episode.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 2

In episode 2, Jerry shows his viewers how to paint in the first distant layers of pine trees on top and behind the bank. But first he shows his viewers how to use the hake brush to paint the second layer of the bright sunlit sky. He finishes by describing some of the things he will be covering in the next episode.

Monday, March 4th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 3

In episode 3, Jerry shows his viewers various techniques for making different types of pine trees with various values, tones, and colors. He explains the importance of the use of negative space to shape the trees. He finishes by showing how to paint the snowcap on top of the cliff with loose, impressionistic strokes.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 3

In episode 3, Jerry shows his viewers various techniques for making different types of pine trees with various values, tones, and colors. He explains the importance of the use of negative space to shape the trees. He finishes by showing how to paint the snowcap on top of the cliff with loose, impressionistic strokes.

Friday, March 8th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 4

In this session, Jerry shows his viewers several different techniques for painting in the final details on top of the cliff, like the dead pine trees, the fallen logs, and other debris along the base of the pine trees. He shows how to properly use the script brush to paint in the smaller limbs. Then finishes by applying brighter snow on top of the eroded bank.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 4

In this session, Jerry shows his viewers several different techniques for painting in the final details on top of the cliff, like the dead pine trees, the fallen logs, and other debris along the base of the pine trees. He shows how to properly use the script brush to paint in the smaller limbs. Then finishes by applying brighter snow on top of the eroded bank.

Monday, March 11th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 5

In the final segment, Jerry discusses the importance of sketching the wolf in the proper location and in the proper proportion. Then he explains how to underpaint the wolf with gray tones. Then shows how to finish painting the eroded bank, more snow, and miscellaneous details throughout the painting. Now he shows how to finalize the details on the wolf. Then finishes the painting by adding the final accent highlights on the wolf and on the snow.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 5

In the final segment, Jerry discusses the importance of sketching the wolf in the proper location and in the proper proportion. Then he explains how to underpaint the wolf with gray tones. Then shows how to finish painting the eroded bank, more snow, and miscellaneous details throughout the painting. Now he shows how to finalize the details on the wolf. Then finishes the painting by adding the final accent highlights on the wolf and on the snow.

Friday, March 15th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 1

Acrylic on Two 12x16 Stretched Canvases. In this opening segment, Jerry explains to his viewers what a diptych is and the proper way to compose the composition. He then discusses the sketch of the woodpecker and dead tree. Now he takes his viewers through the process of painting in the vivid bright blue sky using the hake brush. Now he finishes up this segment by explaining what he will be doing in the next episode.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 1

Acrylic on Two 12x16 Stretched Canvases. In this opening segment, Jerry explains to his viewers what a diptych is and the proper way to compose the composition. He then discusses the sketch of the woodpecker and dead tree. Now he takes his viewers through the process of painting in the vivid bright blue sky using the hake brush. Now he finishes up this segment by explaining what he will be doing in the next episode.

Monday, March 18th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 2

In this episode, Jerry explains two different ways of applying the sketch of the woodpecker and dead tree - either by sketching it directly on the canvas freehand, or by using transfer paper to apply the sketch from an existing drawing. He now takes his viewers through the process of underpainting the large dead tree and miscellaneous limbs. He finishes by applying phase one of the details and highlights to the trunk and limbs.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 2

In this episode, Jerry explains two different ways of applying the sketch of the woodpecker and dead tree - either by sketching it directly on the canvas freehand, or by using transfer paper to apply the sketch from an existing drawing. He now takes his viewers through the process of underpainting the large dead tree and miscellaneous limbs. He finishes by applying phase one of the details and highlights to the trunk and limbs.

Friday, March 22nd

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 3

In this session, Jerry shows his viewers how to underpaint the woodpecker. He shows how to mix each underpainting color for each part of the body. He explains the importance of using the correct brush and proper brush strokes to keep from having a hard outline on the edges of the body. Then he finishes by beginning the highlight and detail processes for the tree, bark, and limbs.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 3

In this session, Jerry shows his viewers how to underpaint the woodpecker. He shows how to mix each underpainting color for each part of the body. He explains the importance of using the correct brush and proper brush strokes to keep from having a hard outline on the edges of the body. Then he finishes by beginning the highlight and detail processes for the tree, bark, and limbs.

Monday, March 25th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 4

In this final segment, Jerry explains the difference in different colors of red and how and what they are used for in various paintings. He then begins showing how to use certain brushes to apply the different colors and details to the woodpecker's body. He explains the process of layering colors to achieve the desired degree of brightness and detail. He then shows his viewers how to use the chisel-edge, synthetic brushes to apply the bark and highlights to the stump and limbs.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Red-Headed Woodpecker, Part 4

In this final segment, Jerry explains the difference in different colors of red and how and what they are used for in various paintings. He then begins showing how to use certain brushes to apply the different colors and details to the woodpecker's body. He explains the process of layering colors to achieve the desired degree of brightness and detail. He then shows his viewers how to use the chisel-edge, synthetic brushes to apply the bark and highlights to the stump and limbs.

Friday, March 29th

6:30am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Whisper of Wilderness, Part 1

Acrylic Medium on 16x20 stretched canvas. In this opening episode, Jerry explains to his viewers what a monochromatic color scheme is. He explains why the canvas is tinted in a medium olive green instead of the traditional medium gray. Now he discusses the reference material and composition. He then shows how to underpaint the very background tones. He finishes by underpainting the road, hillsides, and background trees.

12:30pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Whisper of Wilderness, Part 1

Acrylic Medium on 16x20 stretched canvas. In this opening episode, Jerry explains to his viewers what a monochromatic color scheme is. He explains why the canvas is tinted in a medium olive green instead of the traditional medium gray. Now he discusses the reference material and composition. He then shows how to underpaint the very background tones. He finishes by underpainting the road, hillsides, and background trees.