Materials with Shanna Kunz You are not logged in - Please Login or Register using the menu to be able to watch more Free Videos Materials with Shanna Kunz Please watch a free tutorial on the materials that Shanna uses in her art lessons Shanna Kunz Materials List Inspired To Paint Supply Sheet for Shanna Kunz Oil Colors: (I love Gamblin Colors) Titanium Zinc White Naples Yellow Cad Yellow Light Cad Yellow Deep Cad Red Light Quinacridone Magenta Ultramarine Blue Cobalt Blue Cerulean Blue (hue is fine) Sap Green Pthalo Green Transparent Earth Orange Asphaltum Quinacridone Violet. (these two mixed together, asphalt and violet, create a Raw Umber Violet. Daniel Smith makes this color mixed) Portland Warm Grey (optional) Portland Cool Grey (optional) Radiant Blue (optional) Yellow Ochre Raw Sienna Torrit Grey when available Neo Megilp by Gambin Gamsol Gamvar Varnish (I use satin) BRUSHES I love to use Princeton Brushes. There will soon be a set of them named after my preferences. I have a combination of Aspen and Catalyst lines 1/8” flat 2-3 1/4” flat 2-3 1/2 flat 1 1” flat 1/2 “ filbert 1” soft watercolor type brush Palette Knives – short diamond shape, medium diamond shape Lift out Tool SUPPORTS: Canvas or linen panel Paper towels Apron Palette – plastic, glass or wood – approx 11×14 Easel Notebooks & Pen Notanizer App on your phone or iPad Photo editing App on your phone or iPad Gamsol Holder/Cleaner] By Shanna Kunz|2020-09-07T09:34:40-06:00March 31st, 2020|Back to Basics, Free Tutorials, Materials List, Shanna Kunz Videos|17 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInWhatsAppTumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: Shanna Kunz I have been in love with art and painting since the moment I picked up a brush! I love art history - mostly American landscape painters and I LOVE to teach and share. Related Posts Preview: Painting Poinsettia and Ornaments with Elizabeth Robbins Preview: Painting Poinsettia and Ornaments with Elizabeth Robbins Time-lapse Painting Poinsettia and Ornaments with Elizabeth Robbins Time-lapse Painting Poinsettia and Ornaments with Elizabeth Robbins 17 Comments Kathy McFadden April 4, 2020 at 7:58 amLog in to Reply I’m so excited for this course to start. Thank you for all your hard work on putting the course website together. I learned so much last year’s course. This year it will be double. Thank you! Elizabeth Robbins April 4, 2020 at 8:10 amLog in to Reply Thank you Kathy. We’ve had a few hiccups but we are working on solutions. Glad you back with us here at Inspired to Paint Kathy McFadden April 9, 2020 at 7:54 pmLog in to Reply Glad to be back. Excited about the course. I learned so much last year. Thank you for all your hard work. Diane Hill May 6, 2020 at 3:55 amLog in to Reply Looking forward to this Course Shanna. Still getting myself organised with colours! Shanna Kunz May 6, 2020 at 11:10 amLog in to Reply Let me know if I can answer anything for you! Viviana Pouget September 1, 2022 at 3:26 pmLog in to Reply Hi Shanna, In your concept lesson on oak trees you used a rubber stick to scrap out thin limbs. It is not in your or Elizabeth’s material list. What is it and where can I get it. Thanks Vivians October 14, 2020 at 5:32 amLog in to Reply can we see a close up of the make up applicator you use to lift? Can’t see it on Amazon . Is it sponge? November 14, 2020 at 10:53 pmLog in to Reply Hi I am very new to painting and struggling to find a course that I can follow “step by step” to learn. I’m no artist, but want to learn. I am a medical specialist and have no free time for myself . I’m going to try out your free “two” painting videos and see how I do. I however have a good feel about your coarse and looking forward to see how it goes Shanna Kunz November 15, 2020 at 11:22 amLog in to Reply Hello Cornel! Starting to paint is very scary! It takes courage to jump into something new and develop confidence. Jump in with both feet and just get the paint down to the canvas. Always remember you are exploring, researching, playing and don’t get expectations of perfection too soon (I know, easier said than done). Start with a limited palette. This coming month I will be demonstrating a limited palette painting. It takes a bit of struggle out of color mixing and let’s you explore the paint, the drawing, the process. Start with a Titanium white, an Alizarin Crimson, an Ultramarine Blue, a cad yellow light, a burnt sienna and a black of some sort. I actually don’t use black, but most do. And be sure and look for the color theory classes on the course,they will help. Do you draw much? That is always a great help for perspective, form, and composition. Let us know if we can help as you go! RaNae Jessop February 5, 2021 at 12:27 pmLog in to Reply For years I have wanted to paint. Years ago I took one class using oil paint so I am a beginner. Lately I have worked with watercolor. When I see your expanding lists of lessons, etc. I don’t know where to start! Could you suggest the first five or six lessons or videos to get started with. I so admire your works and want to dive into this! Elizabeth Robbins February 7, 2021 at 8:55 amLog in to Reply RaNae, We suggest starting with the concept lessons then watching the full length tutorial that goes with that concept lesson. The videos are listed by most recent first so if you scroll down to the last one that would be the first one I would suggest watching. LaJoyce Shrom May 27, 2021 at 7:06 pmLog in to Reply Could you leave a link to your brushes and canvas, please! Steve Landreth October 23, 2021 at 9:54 amLog in to Reply Can you use water missable oil paints? Shanna Kunz October 23, 2021 at 10:15 amLog in to Reply Absolutely! The water missible paints have a medium as well that works like my neomegilp medium. After the painting dries, it is considered a full out oil painting and can be glazed just like any other oil painting. I suggest my good friend Lori McNee’s blog Fine Art Tips for more info on the Cobra line of paint. She covers anything you might need to know. Steve Landreth October 27, 2021 at 4:39 pmLog in to Reply Thanks Shanna, That’s great news on the water missable paints, I checked Lori’s site and looks like I can get her water mixable oil paints there and brushes on your site also. I’m going get one of your videos but before I do I have question, I watched your free video, wow what a beautiful job, but I noticed when you were mixing your paint and selecting different brushes there was no audible instruction, was this because this a free video and you do talk the student through the video step by step? Thank you! Shanna Kunz October 27, 2021 at 7:30 pmLog in to Reply Hi Steve! Yes, we give through instructions throughout ever video. We tell you the why of things as well as describe technique, color and composition. If you decide to give us a try, be sure and use VIPUPGRADE so you can watch it for $10 for the first full month. You can cancel at ANY time during the course, no contract to sign at all! We hope you enjoy! Shanna [email protected] Jennifer Suratna August 8, 2022 at 9:43 amLog in to Reply Hi, just wondering what brand of paper towels do you recommend? I’ve been using Costco brand paper towels and it sometimes leaves a trail of lint all over my canvas when I tone/wipe with it. Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.