Standing Over Crashing Hills – Acrylic Painting Lesson
Standing Over Crashing Hills
Colors: Acrylic – Raw Umber, Brilliant Blue (alternative: Cerulean Blue), Cobalt Teal (alternative: Cerulean Blue mixed with Yellow Green), Interference Blue (optional, but highly suggested), Black, White, Yellow Ochre, Pthalo Blue
Brushes: Medium Flat Bristle Brush, 2 Inch Background Brush, Small Pointed Round Brush
Canvas Size: 40 X 30
Learn to paint this amazing, tonal blue panting in Standing Over Crashing Hills. We’ll use blue from the first brushstroke to the last. I’ll show you each step along the way; mixing blues with grays to warm them up and to create contrast to make your blues separate and stand out. This lesson is about an hour and a half long and a TON of fun! If you prefer the DVD version of this lesson, click here.
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