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I'd like to know how other painters artificially light their working paintings when painting either during the day or at night? Also what color temperature bulbs are best to work with?
Hi Steven, here are some of the initial responses from the Cobra faebook group. Anyone else want to chime in with their recommendations?
Another great strategy for a larger area and lighting. From Casey Baugh.
Casey Baugh I use 12x 4' fluorescent bulbs hung 12' high. 10 are 5000k and 2 are 6500k. The bulbs are spaced out over 6 feet creating a very soft cool light.
Thanks Kyle for forwarding that info. My paintings don't always start in the studio so having a lot of lighting options to think about really help! Consistency is key I would say.
I like daylight. I have a well lit studio and I prefer to use sunlight. If I'm working at night, then I use a bulb that recreates sunlight. To me sunlight is best.