Misty Forest #2 In Oil – Bare Tree Forest Oil Painting Lesson
Misty Forest #2 In Oil – Bare Tree Forest
Colors: Venetian Red, Cerulean Blue, Cadmium Red Light, Raw Umber, Mars Black, Yellow Ochre, Titanium White
Brushes: 2 Inch Background Brush, No. 10 or 12 Flat Brush, Pointed Round No. 4, Small Liner No. 1
Medium: Natural Turpenoid, Liquin Original Medium
Approximate Lesson Length: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learn to paint the misty forest from start to finish in Bare Tree Forest – the second installment to the popular Misty Forest In Oil series. In this roughly 1 hour and 30 minute lesson, I’ll show you how to mix the color and medium, apply the paint and how to use the proper brushstroke techniques to create consistent foliage and the misty effect. If you prefer the DVD version of this lesson, click here.
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