Painter Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Painting Creatures with Captivating Texture featuring Don Seegmiller

Join us for a live webinar where Painter Master Elite Don Seegmiller will teach you how to combine Painter’s textures with brushwork to create a captivating creature portrait. You will gain a solid understanding for how to use textures in your work along with pro illustration tips!

Don Seegmiller is a successful artist, author and instructor who is adept at both digital and traditional painting. Find out more about Don: https://seegmillerart.com/

Level: Intermediate
Date: Friday January 25th, 2019
Time: 2:00 – 3:00pm ET


Webinar Archive

Introducing Painter 2019

In this webinar, get a first look at the brand new Painter 2019. See how you can achieve painting perfection and explore your creative side!

Painting Realistic Skin and Hair

In this webinar, artist Isis Sousa shares her secrets of the important fundamentals for painting realistic skin and hair – from color to texture.

Real-life Forensic Art

In this Painter webinar you’ll witness the real-life forensic art of reconstructing a face from a skull, demonstrated by top forensic artist Natalie Murry.

Gentle Elegant Portrait Painting

In this webinar, Painter Master Elite Marilyn Sholin demonstrates her techniques for painting soft and gentle portraits and creating backgrounds.

Create a Fantasy Illustration

You’ll learn many valuable tips from Painter Master Elite Doug Sirois, as he demonstrates in detail his process for creating a fantasy illustration.

Realistic Pencil Potraits

In this beginner Painter webinar, artist Mohamed Taa’eb shows you how to use a photo reference as inspiration to create a pencil portrait illustration.

Photo-painting Secrets

In this webinar, Painter Master Elite Karen Sperling shares her secrets for getting started with photo painting, art theory, and how to paint backgrounds.

Landscape in Mixed Media

Painter Master Elite Skip Allen showcases his Painter 2019 custom layout, and how he uses watercolor and thick paint to create a mixed media landscape.

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