$151.97Video Length: 8 Hours 5 Minutes
“I saw a gorgeous truck, and I really wanted to paint it, but honestly, I was just too scared!”
If that sounds like something you’d say, then I have good news for you.
Today, you’re going to discover an ingenious method to paint any vehicle with confidence, even if you’ve never painted vehicles before.
You’ll be able to paint all the vehicle’s complex shapes more easily and accurately (especially elliptical shapes) using techniques you may not have tried before.
That’s not all. You’ll soon find painting textures (like glass, rust, chrome, and more) doesn’t have to be complicated!
If you’re struggling to paint shiny hubcaps, uniquely shaped hoods, front headlights, or any part of the vehicle … look no further.
Because now you can finally paint complex subjects and textures most artists avoid, turning you into a more courageous and more exploratory painter.
Your compositions will vastly improve, further enhancing your storytelling skills as your artwork will look more engaging.
As artists, we want to paint and express what our creative heart’s desire without fear.
I remember feeling so intimidated by a painting that it made me question my abilities.
I was haunted by questions like, “Am I able to do this? Should I quit? How is that even possible?”
Fortunately, I saw the light after meeting the right teacher. What she shared gave me the confidence I lost, and I became a much more fearless painter soon afterward.
She shared techniques and insights that progressed my skills in a matter of weeks, compared to months if I were to learn them on my own.
Maybe you want to paint a classic muscle car that’s been through its Grease-era heyday … or a rugged Jeep that’s gone on adventures like Indiana Jones … or even an old abandoned tractor rusting in a corner of a barn and covered in spider webs … but something held you back.
Don’t worry, because today, what you’re about to discover will help you ease your fears and increase your confidence in painting complex subjects.
With expert guidance, you’ll soon have the skills to paint any vehicle you want without feeling intimidated ever again.
Painting Vehicles Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult!
Over the years, I’ve seen many vehicles that are begging to be painted.
The thing is, painting vehicles requires a distinct skill set.
How do you get the perspectives right without having it look amateurish?
How do you paint elliptical shapes accurately?
What about the textures of the vehicle that give it character?
All those challenges make painting vehicles quite daunting, especially if you’ve never tried it before.
The good news is that there are several simple ways to approach those elements, and there’s no better artist to instruct you than the amazing Lyn Boyer!
Who Is Lyn Boyer?
Lyn Boyer is an American painter from Durango, Colorado. Her deep roots and passion from her years as an editorial illustrator give her exceptional skills as a visual storyteller.
She’s an award-winning plein air and studio oil painter, a Signature member of Oil Painters of America, a committed educator, and a sought-after public speaker and instructor.
She’s also the genius behind the popular "No Fear Oil Painting" video that has helped artists overcome their anxieties about painting.
And now, Lyn is back again in this new video with a completely unique experience you must not miss.
Lyn loves painting vehicles. You can feel her passion as you watch her work.
This is one video you have to experience … you simply can’t get this anywhere else!
Wheels & Steel will give you the skills to paint not just cars, but virtually any type of vehicle, still life, or subject with perspective and ellipses.
You’ll discover how to paint a car with all of its complex shapes and textures, and how to place it in a scene to make your painting even more engaging.
More specifically, here’s what you’ll find inside:
Expand Your Painting Vocabulary With Even MORE Techniques
Lyn is going to turn you into an even better artist by sharing her own tried-and-true techniques:
These necessary skills will allow you to paint more freely so you can confidently express the vision you have for the painting.
Imagine NOT being intimidated by complicated subjects like vehicles any longer.
Imagine being able to paint any subjects you want — and not having to avoid them because you feel you’re not ready.
With Lyn’s expert instruction and guidance, and with enough practice, you’ll soon approach your canvas with total freedom and confidence, with nothing holding you back.
Here’s what you’ll also discover inside Wheels & Steel:
It’s Not All About Cars. Discover Simple Tools & Techniques to Paint Complex Subjects More Easily!
Finally! You don’t have to avoid painting subjects that intimidate you any longer. Lyn will break down the entire process into simple steps so you can easily follow and paint along.
Lyn will also teach you how to “see” so you can go from being a “copier” to a “creator.”
Ultimately, you’re going to have the skills to not only paint any type of vehicle successfully, but also apply those skills to any subjects that require a firm grasp of perspective.
Special Workshops to Speed Up Your Progress
The workshops inside this video will teach you specific skills needed to paint vehicles successfully.
You’ll learn how to choose your composition, how to paint perspectives correctly every time, how to draw elliptical shapes accurately, how to paint various surfaces (chrome and shiny or dull and rusted), and much more.
What’s exciting about Wheels & Steel:
This is a really good instruction video. It is lengthy and very detailed , and took several hours of watching and painting along, but is well worth the time and money invested. I used acrylics instead of oil, and everything was easily adaptable , it just took a bit of experimentation with color mixing. Lyn`s instruction style is pleasant, relaxed, and articulate . The perspective exercise on how to properly draw/paint wheels from various angles is really valuable in itself. Real good instruction on artistic rendering of vehicles, as well as how to paint the reflection of light on metal and glass surfaces. I highly recommend this video.
This is such a good video. Lyn Boyer is a great teacher. She doesn't talk constantly or too much, just enough to explain well what she is thinking and doing. It's easy to follow along, and the video is both educational and entertaining.
She demonstrates how to paint reflections and chrome, turning form on shiny and matt surfaces, and colorful darks so well you think you can do it, too. The concepts are useful for other subjects as well.
She provides useful, but not laborious, preliminary exercises for developing good composition and technical rendering of ellipses; and she clearly appreciates the beauty of classic vehicles.
If I had known how much I would like the video, I'd have spent the extra $25 for the DVD.
This was one of the best videos I've watched. Lyn is an excellent artist and teacher. I have painted old vehicles for years and really loved what she did and how she explained it all.
Really can't say enough positive things about this wonderful video. Lyn Boyer is positive, empathetic and straightforward in her approach, and each learning segment clearly and logically builds from the previous one.
I had bought her previous video â€˜No Fear Oil Painting' and had gained so much from it that I was keen to get this one as soon as it came out.
I enjoy painting cars and other vehicles when the opportunity arises - it's not an especial favourite of mine - but the lessons in this video about composition, reflectivity, perspective, elipses will benefit you by giving you the tools to paint many other subjects such as still life, buildings as well as many other things - the possibilities are endless.
Lyn's greatest overall strength I think is in her ability to give painters confidence, and help you think differently and more creatively about paintings through music. This alone is priceless and makes any of her videos including this one an extremely worthwhile purchase.