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Paint With Kevin "Meadow View" April 19, 2014

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Paint along with Kevin Hill as you learn skills to paint a vibrant open-meadow scene with great mountains and a variety of trees.

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WE'RE TODAY GOING TO DO ANOTHER N PAINTING SO S GET STARTED.

THE FIRST THING WE NEED TO DO IS COAT THIS CANVAS WITH WHITE MEDIUM SO I WILL DIP MY BRUSH INTO A LITTLE BIT OF THE WHITE MEDIUM AND STARHERE AT THE TOP AND I WILL RUN THE COLORS ACROSS THE TOP HERE SO YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHATI AM USING.

I AM USING OVERLAPPING X'S TO COVER THE CANVAS.

THAT'S THE EASIEST WAY TO SPREAD IT AROUND EVENLY. NOT LOOKING FOR A TON OF THIS N THE CANVAS.

ALL I WANTIS AN THIN EVEN COAT.

IF YOUHAVE TOO MUCH IT WILL GIVE YOU PROBLEMS THE PAINT WILL SLIP AROUND TOO MUCHSO THERE IS A THIN COAT ON HERE.

IT'S BEST TO ADD THIS SLOWLY AND MOVE IT AROUND. DON'T ADD TOO MUCH ALL AT ONCE. IT WILL BE HARD TO BLEND IT AROUND.

YOU WILL REALLY NOTICE THIS WHEN WE GO TO PAINT OUR SKY AND ITBLENDS AND MAKES VERY NICE EFFECTS.

THERE WE GO. DON'T SKIP THIS STEP.

WE REALLY NEED IT.

I WILL TAKE A CLEAN 2" BRUSH AND TAP IT THROUGH THE TINNIEST AMOUNT OF BLUE, NOT MUCH.

THIS IS PRUSSIAN BLUE AND I'M GOING TO COME RIGHT UP HERE TO THE SKY AND I WANT TO DROP IN A LITTLE BIT OF BLUE, NOT A TON, JUST IN AREAS.

ALSO I WANT TO LEAVE AREAS OPEN.

THOSE WILL TURN OUT TO BE CLOUDS IN THE END BUT FOR NOW JUST A LOT BIT OF BLUE.

THAT'S GOOD ENOUGH.

NOW LET'S MIX UP A COLOR FOR CLOUDS. SO I WILL TAKE A LITTLE BIT OF MIDNIGHT BLACK AND BRIGHT RED. MIX THOSE TOGETHER AND THEN I WILL GRAB A LITTLE DARK SIENNA. NOW I WILL LOAD UP THE 2" BRUSH WITH SOME OF THE COLOR WE JUST MIXED AND I'M GOING TO

SWILLAL IN SOME CLOUDS AND I'M USING THE CORNER OF THE BRUSH AND GOING IN LITTLE CIRCLES.

WE'RE GOING TO HIGHLIGHT THESE AND THEY WILL REALLY STAND OUT AND NICE CLOUDS BUT WE NEED THIS SHADOW IN HERE FIRST.

THAT'S ALL IT IS JUST A LITTLE BIT OF SHADOW.

ALL RIGHT.

MAYBE WE WANT A LOT BIT UP IN HERE.

MAYBE COMES OFF OF THE CANVAS.

WITH A CLEAN 2" BRUSH WE CAN BLEND OUT THESE OUDS.

I'M USING TINY CIRCLES SIMILAR TO THE WAY I PUT THEM IN BUT THIS TIME THERE IS NO PAINT ON THE BRUSH.

I AM JUST BLENDING LIGHTLY JUST ENOUGH TO MOVE THE PAINT AROUND.

NOW I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW TO ADD SOME HIGHLIGHT TO THESE CLOUDS SO I WILL TAKE A ONE 1 " BRUSH AND WITH THE WHITE AINT AND DECIDE WHERE YOU WANT THE HIGHLIGHTS AND DROP THEM RIGHT IN.

USE ONLY THE CORNER OF THE BRUSH AND SHAPE THE OUTSIDE OF THE CLOUD.

NOW WHEN I PAINT CLOUDS I LIKE TO HAVE MULTIPLE LAYERS, AND YOU CAN DO THAT BY LEAVING A LITTLE BIT OF THAT ORIGINAL DARK COLOR IN THERE. THAT WILL GIVE YOU SEPARATE LAYERS.

IT GIVES YOU MORE DEPTH AND DISTANCE IN YOUR CLOUDS TOO. THERE WE GO.

LOOK AT ALL THOSE NICE THINGS.

IT'S IMPORTANT TO KEEP THE BRUSH MOVING.

DON'T SIT HERE AND GO IN A CIRCLE IN THE SAME SPOT BECAUSE IT WILL MIX TOGETHER AND YOU WON'T BE VERY HAPPY WITH IT.

KEEP THIS BRUSH MOVING VERY QUICKLY AND YOU WILL FIND YOU GET A MUCH BETTER LOOKING RESULT.

THE NEXT THING WE WANT TO DO IS BLEND OUT THIS HIGHLIGHT, SO I WILL TAKE A CLEAN 2"

BRUSH AND I WILL COME UP HERE AND VERY LIGHTLY USING ONLY THE TOP CORNER BLEND OUT THE BOTTOM OF THIS HIGHLIGHT, AND WHEN YOU HAVE THE BOTTOM DONE MAYBE WIPE THE BRUSH ON A PAPER TOWEL AND GENTLY LET'S LIFT THESE CLOUDS.

THIS DOESN'T TAKE MUCH PRESSURE, VERY LIGHT. I'M GRABBING A LITTLE BIT OF THE PAINT AND MOVING IT UP.

THAT'S ALL IT TAKES IS A LITTLE BIT AND TURN THE BRUSH AND MAKE IT EVEN. BLEND OUT ANYTHING THAT IS TOO HARD.

NOW I'M GOING TO MIX UP A LITTLE BIT OF MIDNIGHT BLACK, DARK SIENNA AND PRAN BLUE. MIX THOSE TOGETHER AND THEN WITH THAT WE CAN COME UP HERE AND I WANT TO SHAPE A TINY, TINY MOUNTAIN BACK HERE.

THIS MOUNTAIN IS NOT GOING TO BE VERY DISTINCT.

I DON'T WANT MUCH DETAIL HERE.

WITH THE 1 " BRUSH WE CAN PULL AND BLEND THIS MOUNTAIN OUT.

I'M PULLING IT FROM THE TOP AND BLENDING IT DOWN.

LOOK HOW MUCH SOFTER THAT MADE IT.

NOW LET'S MIX UP A COLOR FOR SOME CLOSER MOUNTAINS SO I WILL TAKE SOME BLACK AND BRIGHT RED AND TOUCH OF PRUSSIAN BLUE AND WE WILL MIX THOSE TOGETHER AND I WILL PULL THEM OUT FLAT AND THEN I WILL CUT ACROSS AND GET A ROLL OF PAINT ON THE KNIFE.

LET'S DROP IN OUR SECOND MOUNTAIN AND MAYBE THIS MOUNTAIN STARTS RIGHT THERE. AND IT RUNS DOWN AND IN FRONT OF THIS ONE.

THAT WILL HELP PUSH THE DISTANT MOUNTAIN EVEN FURTHER AWAY, BUT THIS STILL ISN'T AS DARK AS I CAN MAKE IT. IT'S SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN BECAUSE I'M GOING TO DO ONE MORE AND THAT WILL BE THE DARKEST, SO THERE'S NOT A TON OF PAINT HERE, NOT MUCH PAINT.

AND I WILL SCRAPE A LOT OF IT AWAY WITH A 2"

BRUSH WE CAN GRAB THE MOUNTAIN AT THE TOP AND BLEND DOWN JUST LIKE WE DID ON THAT SMALL MOUNTAIN.

AND JUST LIKE BEFORE THIS WILL MAKE IT SOFT AT THE BOTTOM, VERY NIFTY.

YOU WANT IT TO JUST DISAPPEAR RIGHT DOWN IN ALL OF THAT MIST.

NOW I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW TO HIGHLIGHT THIS MOUNTAIN, SO I WILL GRAB A LITTLE BIT OF DARK SIENNA AND WHITE.

MIX THOSE TOGETHER BUT DON'T OVER MIX. LEAVE THE CARE VAIGZS IN COLOR IN THERE.

THERE IS A TOUCH OF VAN DYKE BROWN AND NOW WE CAN BEGIN HIGHLIGHTING THIS MOUNTAIN.

THAT'S NOT QUITE BRIGHT ENOUGH.

IT'S AN EASY FIX.

WE WILL JUST ADD MORE WHITE.

THERE, THAT'S BETTER. JUST LET ALL THESE HIGHLIGHTS RUNNING RIGHT DOWN THE MOUNTAIN. NO PRESSURE ON THE KNIFE.

I'M APPLYING LITERALLY NO PRESSURE. I'M LETTING THE WEIGHT OF THE KNIFE TO ALL THE WORK.

I AM JUST GUIDING IT AS IT RUNS DOWN THE MOUNTAIN.

A LITTLE BIT OF HIGHLIGHT RIGHT THERE.

NOW I'M GOING TO SHOW YOU HOW TO DO ONE MORE MOUNTAIN, SO I WILL GRAB A LITTLE BIT OF BLUE AND BLACK ON THE KNIFE, AND MAYBE THIS MOUNTAIN STARTS RIGHT UP HERE. THIS IS A RY LARGE MOUNTAIN. IT'S ALSO THE DARKEST MOUNTAIN, AND THIS MOUNTAIN IT RUNS RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE OTHER ONE. LOOK HOW ALREADY IT PUSHED IT BACK INTO THE DISTANCE.

JUST RUN THAT COLOR RIGHT ALONG THE BOTTOM.

THIS IS VERY DARK. AND THAT'S REAL NICE BECAUSE IT MAKES IT LOOK CLOSE.

IT COMES OFF LIKE THAT AND NOW WE WILL JUST FILL IT IN.

NOW, WE CAN BEGIN BLENDING THIS MOUNTAIN OUT, SO WE WILL GRAB IT AT E OW JUST LIKE BEFORE MAKES IT LOOK SOFT.

NOW, WE'LL GO BACK TO THE CAN BEGIN HIGHLIGHTING THIS MOUNTAIN.

I LIKE TO START AT THE TOP AND HIGHLIGHT IT FROM THE TOP TO THE BOTTOM.

THAT'S THE BEST WAY.

NOW, LOOK AT THIS ANGLE HERE.

THIS IS VEEE BECAUSE MY MOUNTAIN IS VERY STEEP THIS ANGLE IT NEEDS TO BE ALMOST VERTICAL, SO THINK ABOUT THE WAY YOU WANT YOUR MOUNTAIN TO BE SHAPED BEFORE YOU DO THIS, AND THEN YOU CAN COME UP HERE AND PULL AND THE RIGHT SHAPE.

THAT'S ALL WE NEED.

JUST A LITTLE BIT OF HIGHLIGHT.

WE WILL BE ADDING SOME SHADOW HERE AND WE DON'T EVEN HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT A LOT WHERE THE LIGHT MIGHT CATCH THE FACE OF THIS MOUNTAIN.

NOW, I PICKED UP SOME WHITE ON THE KNIFE AND I WANT TO SPRINKLE IN EXTRA HIGHLIGHT.

HITHE HIGH PLACES AND THE PAINT AND ONLY GRAB A LITTLE BIT, SOA THAT IT LOOKS VERY ROUGH.

YOU GET A LOT OF TEXTURE AND BREAKING, EVEN MORE THAN BEFORE.

YOU CAN SEE THAT REALLY JUST SPARKLES THE MOUNTAIN.

MAKES IT LOOK CLOSER AND MORE DETAILED.

NOW, LET'S ADD THE SHADOWS TO THIS MOUNTAIN, SO I WILL PICK UP A LITTLE BIT OF MIDNIGHT BLACK ON THE KNIFE.

LET'S START OFF WITH THIS

UP HERE AND JUST ADD A LITTLE SHADOW, VERY, VERY DARK, TOTALLY BLACK.

AND YOU CAN SEE IT POPPED IT RIGHT IT MAKES MORE SENSE NOW.

ALL IT TAKES IS A LITTLE

AND THERE'S ONE RIGHT THERE.

THIS PEAK RIGHT HERE NEEDS A LITTLE BIT OF SHADOW.

KIND OF PICK OUT WHERE YOU WANT A RIDGE AND DROP A LITTLE SHADOW IN.

DON'T BE D YOU WILL GET A MORE CONTROL THAT WAY.

BEFORE WE GO ON TO THE TREES LET'S DROP ON A LITTLE SPARKLING HIGHLIGHT TO THIS MOUNTAIN HERE.

NOW WE WILL GO INTO SOME TREES SO I LL2"

B THROUGH A LITTLE GREEN AND BLACK AND LET'S TAP HERE AT THE BOTTOM, AND LET THEM KIND OF GROW UP THE MOUNTAIN.

NOW, THIS KIND OF TO SEE ANY DETAIL, SO WE'RE NOT TOO CONCERNED WITH WHAT IT IS.

YOU JUST WANT SOME COLOR.

MOST OF THIS WILL BE COVERED UP BUT IF A LITTLE SHOWS THROUGH IT WILL LOOKNG IN THE BACKGROUND AND THAT'S ALL WE WANT.

YOU CAN ADD SOME DARK AND GO BACK TO YOUR WHITE AND YOU CAN VARY THESE AND YOU WILL GET DIFFERENT LAYERS IN THERE THE S NOW MAKE SOME TREES HERE AT THE BASE OF THE MOUNTAIN.

WE WILL START WITH A LINE AND PICK A CORNER OF THE BRUSH AND I WILL USE IT BACK AND FORTH, AND THEY STOP RIGHT ABOUT THERE.

THAT LY HAVE A WHOLE TREE LINE HERE. NOW, THIS MOUNTAIN IS VERY THICK, A LOT OF TEXTURE ON THE MOUNTAIN, SO IF THIS PAINT WON'T COME OFF THIN IT DOWN WITH A COUPLE PAINT R.

DON'T ADD TOO MUCH THOUGH BECAUSE WE WANT TO HIGHLIGHT AND WE WANT THE HIGHLIGHTS TO STICK ON TOP AND A THIN PAINT WILL STICK ON TOP OF A THICKER PAINT.

THERE WE ARE. TAP THEM IN.

THIS WAS JUSAP GREEN AND BLACK.

IT'S VERY IMPORTANT WHEN TAPPING USE THE CORNER OF THE BRUSH ONLY. HERE'S A BIG ONE.

IF YOU DON'T USE THE CORNER OF THE KIND OF END UP GETTING SAD FACES I WILL SHOW YOU RIGHT HERE.

HERE IS A D FACE OR SMILEY FACE.

I DON'T WANT THOSE.

INSTEAD PICK A CORNER OF THE BRUSH AND ONLY USE THE CORNER AND YOU WILL GET A LIMB SHAPE.

THERE WE GO.

I WAS BEC WANT THE CONTRAST FROM THE HIGHLIGHTS.

ONCE YOU LEARN TO HAVE CONTROL OVER THIS BRUSH YOU CAN PLACE THESE ENT.

THERE WE AND DARK.

MOST IMPORTANT THING HERE SO IT'S VERY DARK.

I WILL PULL DOWN TO GET SUGGESTIONS OF TREES.

NOW LET'S MAKE THIS DECIDUOUS TREES SO I WILL LOAD UP A OF THE EVERGREENCOLOR AND MAYBE WE WANT THEM RIGHT HERE SO WE WILL JUST TAP THEM RIGHT IN.

JUST TAP IN BASIC TREE SHAPES, KIND SHAPE, AND RIGHT HERE I SEE SOMETHING.

LET ME PICK UP MY FAN BRUSH AGAIN.

I THOUGHT WE WERE DONE WITH EVERGREENS BUT MAYBE HE TOOK CARE AND PUT FERTILIZER ON IT AND EXTRA WATER AND IT GREW UP TALLER.

NOW WE WILL RELOAD THE 1 " BRUSH WITH THE BLACK AND GREEN AND WHILE WE'RE WORKING WITH THE REST OF THE PAINTING SO THE CANVAS IS TOTALLY COVERED WITH PAINT. NOW, WITH THAT SAME BRUSH WE CAN GO THROUGH A LITTLE CADMIUM YELLOW AND YELLOW OCHRE AND TOP ADD HIGHLIGHT OME OF THESE TREES.

NOW IT'S VERY IMPORTANT HERE TO LEAVE ALL OF THIS DARK, THE NICE SHADOW AREAS IN HERE BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT GIVES YOU CONTRAFTD, SO IT'S VERY TAT DARK.

IF T THINK ABOUT IT YOU WILL JUST COVER IT ALL UP, SO INTENTIONALLY LEAVE A LOT OF DARK IN YOUR PAINTINGS, AND I AM JUST USING CORNER OF THE BRUSH.

THAT'S ALL, NOT THTHE WHOLE BRUSH YOU GET WHAT I CALL A RUBBER STAMP, AND IT LOOKS SQUARE, AND IT DOESN'T LOOK TOO NICE.

USE A CORNER AND SHAPE THE BUSHES AND GO TO THIS ONE AND WORK OUR WAY DOWN.

NOW THIS IS STICKING PRETTY WELL.

IF YOURS DOESN'T STICK -- I MEAN DOESN'T PUSH AN THIN IT DOWN WITH A LITTLE PAINT THINNER.

NOW I ADDED A LITTLE BRIT OF BRIGHT RED TO THE GREEN COLOR AND R BUT IT'S NOT TOVIBR AND NOW WE CAN ADD IN SOME MORE BUSHES.

THESE HAVE A VERY NICE COLOR BUT I'M STILL JUST USING THE CORNER OF THE BRUSH.

SAME TECHNIQUE, DIFFERENT MAKE THEM DIFFERENT SIZES AND SHAPES. YOU CAN EVEN MAKE THEM DIFFERENT COLORS.

MAYBE WE WANT TO ADD A LITTLE BIT OF YELLOW OCHRE TO KIND OF GET THAT COLOR BUSH RIGHT THERE.

I DON'T EVOF THAT OF A PINK-ORANGE AND WORK THAT WAY IN HERE, KIND OF GROW TOGETHER. LOAD UP A LITTLE BIT OF GREEN. MAYBE THIS BUSH HAS GREEN ON IT HIGHLIGHT THE GRAPH SO WE WILL TAP A 2"

BRUSH THROUGH SOME YELLOW AND GREEN, AND MAYBE WE WILL START RIGHT HERE.

PICK OUT AN AREA AND BUT I WANT THIS EFFECT LIKE A ROLLING HILL, MAYBE A MEADOW UP HERE IN THE MOUNTAINS.

WE WILL JUST TAP IT ON THINKING ABOUT THAT ANGLE. THERE HAVE IT LIKE THAT.

NOW I'M INTENTIONALLY LEAVING A LOT OF DARK AND THAT'S TO CREATE SHADOWS.

WITHOUT THAT YOU WOULD HAVE A FLAT GRASSY LOOKING AREA AND I WANT A LOT A AND LET IT FADE OUT, GET DARKER THERE.

YOU SEE THE TRANSITION BETWEEN LIGHT AND DARK THERE. MAKES THAT LOOK ROUND.

THAT LOOKS PRETTY GOOD.

I THINK WE EXTRA HIGHLIGSO WE WILL KIND OF BLOCK IT IN AND GET THE BASIC IDEA IN THERE FOR NOW.

NOW LET'S MAKE SOME ROCKS IN THE FOREGROUND SO I HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF BLACK ON THE KNIFE AND WE WILL JUST ON LIKE HAVE QUITE A BIT OF PAINT ON THE KNIFE.

THERE IS A LOT OF TEXTURE ON THE CANVAS.

I LIKE THAT.

MAKES THE ROCKS LOOK ROUGH AND ALSO MAKES THEM LOOK CLOSE.

THERE ARE SOME RIGHT T A TI ONE AND THEN SOMETHING IN THE BACKGROUND RIGHT THERE.

NOW, LET'S MIX UP A HIGHLIGHT COLOR SO I WILL TAKE SOME DARK SIENNA AND WHITE, AND I WANT TO MIX THEM TOGETHER BUT I ATIONS.

DO YOU SEE THAT?

LOOK AT ALL THE DIFFERENT COLORS IN THERE.

NOW LET ME CLEAN THE KNIFE OFF AND YOU CAN CUT ACROSS AND ALL OF THE VARIATIONS ARE THERE IN THAT ROLL OF PAINT WITH VERY LITTLE ROCKS.

THIS IS DONE REALLY THE SAME AS THE MOUNTAIN.

WE'RE JUST LOOKS FOR A LITTLE BIT OF HIGHLIGHT HERE AND THERE'S SOME ON THIS ROCK TOO.

THE LIGHT IS COMING FROM.

THE MOUNTAIN TELLS US THAT THE LIGHT IS COMING IN IN THIS DIRECTION SO ONLY HIGHLIGHT THE RIGHT SIDE. OKAY.

AND BIT RIGHT THERE.

KIND OF WORK IT IN WITHOUT IT ALL MIXING TOGETHER. SEE THAT.

REALLY MAKE IT LOOK ROUGH.

AND MAYBE THERE'S A LITTLE BIT ON BACK HERE.

NOW LET'S MAKE A TREE STUMP RIGHT HOAR IN THE FOREGROUND SO I WILL TAKE A LITTLE OF VAN DYKE BROWN AND PULL.

THIS MAKES A CE TREE STUMP.

LET ME COME AROUND THE OTHER SIDE AND STRAIGHTEN IT UP.

ALL RIGHT.

LOOKS GOOD. NOW LET'S MAKE THIS EDGE A LITTLE ROUGHER.

THERE WE GO BECAUSE THIS IS VERY OLD.

IN FACT HOW TO MAKE AHALLOW TREE STUMP. ALL RIGHT.

NOW SOME BROWN AND WHITE AND COME ALONG HERE AND HIGHLIGHT, JUST TOUCH, AND NG T VERTICALLY YOU GET LITTLE BARK RIDGES BECAUSE BARK A LOT OF THE TIMES IT SEEMS TO RUN VERTICALLY LIKE THIS BECAUSE THAT'S HOW YOU BY LEAVING

DARK IN THERE LOOKS LIKE A HALLOW STUMP.

IT EVEN COMES OUT LIKE THAT COVERED UP WITH SOME GRASS HERE AND DON'T WORRY TOO MUCH ABOUT IT. CLEAN THE KNIFE OFF AND JUST TAP.

THIS FT TRANSITION BETWEEN LIGHT AND DARK.

NOW WE WILL TAP IN THE 2" BRUSH INTO SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHT COLOR BUT THIS TIME LET'S ADD WILL DO THAT JUST BY TAPPING WITH THAT COLOR.

LOOK AT THAT BRIGHT EXTRA HIGHLIGHT.

MAYBE EVEN GRAB A LITTLE MORE WHITE, AND THERE'STH REALLY POPS SOME OF THOSE GRASS AREAS OUT.

YOU CAN EVEN CLEAN UP THE ROCKS WITH THIS.

KIND OF PUSHES THE ROCKS BACK INTO THE PAINTING.

DON'T OVER DO.

JLI PUSH THE STUMP INTO THE PAINTING TOO AND ADD THE GRAPH HIGHLIGHTS AND NOW LET'S ADD SOME TREE TRUNKS TO THESE EVERGREENS AND I HAVE BROWN AND WHITE ON AND JUS TOUCH, AND YOU GET A LITTLE TREE TRUNK INDICATION WITHOUT DOING TOO MUCH AND WE WILL WIPE THE KNIFE OFF AND HERE AND THERE WE CAN SCRATCH IN A COUPLE OF BUSHES.

NOW IWILL LOAD UP THE FAN BRUSH WITH A LITTLE BIT OF GREEN AND YELLOW, AND LET'S DROP ON SOME HIGHLIGHT TO THESE EVERGREENS.

I AM PICKING A T WHOLE BRUSH BRUSH AND AND LEAVELOT OF DARK.

LET'S DO THIS BIG ONE HERE.

YOU HAVE TO LEAVE A LOT OF DARK IN YOUR TREE.

IF YOU DON'T THEN IT WILL LOOK VERY FLAT AND I WANT A LOT OF DEPTH AND DIMENSION IN MY T PUSH THE TR INTO THE TREE. IF YOU SEE A BIT OF THE TRUNK THAT IS DISTINCT AND BRIGHT BREAK IT UP WITH A LITTLE BIT OF HIGHLIGHT.

THERE JUST DROP A LITTLE BIT OF HIGHLIGHT ON SO OF THESE TREES.

WORKING BACK AND FORTH SO IMPORTANT TO LEAVE THAT DARK AND IF THE PAINT WON'T COME OFF THEN THIN IT DOWN. HARDER WILL MIX WITH THE DARK GREEN AND GET A MUDDY GREEN AND THAT'S NOT WHAT WE WANT.

ALL RIGHT.

I WILL SET THAT BRUSH DOWN.

PICK UP THE 1 " BRUSH. INTO

POP THESE STICKS THE PAINTING.

JUST PUNCH THEM RIGHT BACK IN.

NOW WITH THE SCRIPT LINER BRUSH LET'S ADD IN A TREE TRUNK RIGHT HERE. WIGGLE LOOKS ALL ROUGH AND OLD AND LET'S HAVE A FEW OF THESE BRANCHES THAT COME OFF LIKE THAT.

IF YOUR PAINT DOES NOT FLOW OFF THE BRUSH ADD LITTLE BIT OFPAINT THINNER.

NOW LET'S ADD IN SOME GRASS IN THE FOREGROUND, SO I WILL LOAD UP THE SCRIPT LINER AND WE WILL JUST DROP IT IN.

NOW GRAPSOME MAKE YOUR FOREGROUND COME CLOSE. I REALLY LIKE THIS LITTLE EXTRA DETAIL.

IF THESE DON'T SHOW UP YOU CAN A LITTLE BIT OF LIGHT.

THERE WE GO.

DROP RIGHT IN.

ALL RIGHT. I THINK IT'S TIME N ALL RIGHT.

I HAD A LOT OF FUN. I HOPE YOU DID TOO.

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