Eric Rhoads' Paint by Note Value Specs

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SP1000
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Eric Rhoads' Paint By Note Value Specs are a game changer for getting the values correct in whatever scene you're painting. The red lenses are specially created to remove all colors so you can clearly see the values in any scene or photo.
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Eric Rhoads' Paint By Note Value Specs are a game changer for getting the values correct in whatever scene you're painting. The red lenses are specially created to remove all colors so you can clearly see the values in any scene or photo. They simplify values into simple value shapes, no matter how complex the scene, so you can easily compare the lights and darks. The best part is there's no red sheet to keep holding up and squinting through. Just sit back and paint!

Once you look through these red sunglasses, you may be surprised how far off your perceived value notes were. You'll want a pair for the studio and another if you paint outside. After all, a good value structure will greatly improve your paintings!

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