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The Paul Burnett Free School of Leather Ornamentation has begun. Here is the first lesson in the Painting 101 course. In this first lesson I deal with the main misconception. Can you guess what it is? It is the doubts you have about yourself and your ability to overcome them in order become a successful painter of realistic carvings. I will introduce you to the paints I chose and why I chose them for the medium for this course.

PBPainting01.pdf

PBPainting01.pdf

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My brushes are waiting for your further instructions..thanks for sharing this and all the rest of the information..

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TerryN   

The Paul Burnett Free School of Leather Ornamentation has begun. Here is the first lesson in the Painting 101 course. In this first lesson I deal with the main misconception. Can you guess what it is? It is the doubts you have about yourself and your ability to overcome them in order become a successful painter of realistic carvings. I will introduce you to the paints I chose and why I chose them for the medium for this course.

PBPainting01.pdf

Thanks for the course. I'm looking forward to it.

TerryN

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Thanks Paul, this is just what I'm needing. Now that I know what type of paint I'll be checking out where to get it. I'll await further instruction on how to use it

Thanks,

George

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bnichols   

Can't wait to see more

Thank You

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Cuzzi   

Thanks Paul. I am a newie from South Africa who has just started painting some of my work and cant wait to learn more. Your efforts are appreciated.

Thank You

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this is the best lesson i have ever come a cross in coloring leather. i love it thanks so much

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azrider   

My step-mother gave me a huge stack of Make it with Leather Magazines from the 70s and early 80s. I just finished reading one of your articles from 1980, and ran across this thread. I look forward to seeing the rest of the course.

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Paul,

You have been my inspiration to carve and color leather!!! You sent me the revised duck picture a couple of years ago!! My husband and I opened a leather and craft supply in Taos, NM this last May!!! Thanks for all of the training!!!

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I am patiently waiting and looking forward to more lessons! :D

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jayjay   

Lesson 1 is great when if it isn't posted coming out?

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Has Paul posted anymore on his painting class?

All I have found so far is PBPainting01 pdf. And it's 8 years old.

I was really looking forward to learning painting, as his examples at the bottom WOW'ed me and I had to pick my chin off the floor and put my eye's back in their sockets.

I have NO art talent what so ever, and the fee  is something I can afford.

 

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4 hours ago, WoodysWorkshop said:

Has Paul posted anymore on his painting class?

All I have found so far is PBPainting01 pdf. And it's 8 years old.

I was really looking forward to learning painting, as his examples at the bottom WOW'ed me and I had to pick my chin off the floor and put my eye's back in their sockets.

I have NO art talent what so ever, and the fee  is something I can afford.

 

When you visit his website http://paintingcow.com/content/index.php?cID=193, just below the banner on the left side you will see a menu selection "RIP, Paul Burnette".  I don't think you'll find any new lessons from Paul.

Tom

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2 hours ago, northmount said:

When you visit his website http://paintingcow.com/content/index.php?cID=193, just below the banner on the left side you will see a menu selection "RIP, Paul Burnette".  I don't think you'll find any new lessons from Paul.

Tom

Thanks, I was hoping that wasn't the case.

We have lost a great teacher I'm sure.

Very sorry to find this out.

May his eternal life entity enjoy his next journey.

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