Hello everyone from far & wide,
I have just begun some of Carders video tutorials & must say I am very impressed & grateful thus far & am seriously thinking of - if my finances permit in paying for the extra videos.
I have painted for some years, my approach for the foreseeable future is a fresh / authentic / traditional foundation & this seems to fit as my painting was becoming a little lost ...
I have a question (or two / 3) - I assume that's permitted here (?)
I am about to start a my first painting with this approach.
First, I have some Windsor & Newton Winton grade paints as i couldn't afford artists quality. After a lot of research (conflicting and quite confusing threads / forums) I'd like to hear if anyone thinks I should bypass them & wait until I have money for artist quality ?
Second, if (which i think i will) stick with them, should i still - considering the lack of pigment in them use the medium / mix & jar approach like recommended ?
Also I can't find a cadminium yellow that quite sticks out like i see used in the videos (I have a winton cad yellow which is very warm / orange / dark and an Art spectrum which is similar - I guess i don't want to wonder why I am not achieving colours like in the "limited" palette approach demonstrated.
Thank you all in advance & my apologies if this is quite too long