Description: ELIOT O'HARA PAINTS A HARBOR SCENE AT GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS, ILLUSTRATING THE CORRECT TECHNIQUE OF PAINTING REFLECTIONS IN WATER. USING A MIRROR AND A PENCIL, MODELS AND ANIMATION, THE FILM DEMONSTRATES THE PRINCIPLES OF LIGHT REFLECTION ON STILL WATER. USING A MIRROR AND A PENCIL, MODELS AND ANIMATION, THE FILM DEMONSTRATES THE PRINCIPLES OF LIGHT REFLECTION ON STILL WATER AND ON WAVES. REVEALS HOW THE ARTIST DIFFERENTIATES BETWEEN ESSENTIAL AND NON-ESSENTIAL DETAIL. OLD MAN SITS A WHARF. CU HAND DRAWING. A HOW-TO INSTRUCTIONAL ON DRAWING. CONVERGING LINES. CHARCOAL DRAWING SHOWS HOW LINES IN REFLECTIONS COME TOGETHER. PERSPECTIVE. ANGLE OF INCIDENCE, ANGLE OF REFLECTION. FISHING HARBOR. PAN DOWN FROM SKY. PAINTERS BOX, PAINTS. PAINTS A WASH FOR THE WATER. WATERCOLORS. REFLECTION AND REFRACTION. MASTED BOATS IN WATER. MIXING COLORS WITH BRUSH. FINISHED PAINTING.
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