The Pink Scarf and Sarah address the drawing and painting issues that are unique to the full-face and profile portraits, respectively. Johnnie instructs how to create the illusion of soft hair, atmosphere surrounding the subjects, and the choice of color scheme that makes each new painting unique.
Also, each program uses a different canvas tone to paint the portraits, and the content of all three programs explore the effects this first decision has on the overall appearance of the final portrait.
These two programs, along with the video Victoria, fully explore the problems a portrait painter encounters in staging their subject at one of the three views. Collect all three programs for a wide variety of color schemes, complexion types, hair color, initial canvas tone selection, and treatment of background.