Paint Trees In Violet Color

It can be very relaxing to paint trees and here you can paint them in violet colour.

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Paint Trees In Violet Color is now available on DVD No.3

Paint Trees In Violet Color – oils or acrylics

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Paint trees in violet color – Arrange the foliage to form a frame

– the frame will hold the viewers eye
Do not arrange your foliage too neat, have it rugged.
Use the foliage to cover any mistakes in the branches. – Use the foliage to stop the eye traveling off the picture. – Keep your bottom corners very dark.
The colors in this painting are Violet and White – Titanium White for Oils .
You may use another color instead of Violet.
Other common colors you may wish to try are Prussian Blue (or any blue) Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Prussian Green (or a similar green).

The size or shape of your canvas does not matter. paint trees


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Ensure your brush is clean before starting to paint the background
Try for some pure white areas in the background. Use deliberate and bold brush strokes.
Do not try to hide your brush strokes.
Keep away from your white spots in the background we need them.
Clean your brush well before picking up the dark color for the foreground.
Do not keep brushing over your tree trunks, leave them rough looking.
Try to lean the trees into the picture.
Have the light showing on the inside of the tree trunks.
Watch this short video here for free. – Try to lean the trees into the picture. – Have the light showing on the inside of the tree trunks.

– Arrange your foliage so it forms a frame around the outside of the painting. – Do not arrange your foliage too neat, have it rugged. – Use the foliage to cover any mistakes in the branches.
Go To – How to Paint Blue Mountains – lesson7 – Use the foliage to stop the eye traveling off the picture. – Keep your bottom corners very dark.
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by Len Hend

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  1. Here is my painting ready for you input please

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  2. The small brush is this a round and how big. Are you using a lot of paint, because mine get sticky I am using acrylic paint. Thanks. How do I delete my previous sample paintings from your web.

    1. Hi Georgy
      I’m on holidays in Australia and not at my big computer so sorry for short answers
      If you go to the brushes page you will find images of the brushes
      I thin the paint sometimes for thin lines and load a lot onto it
      I’ll delete the image when I’m next on a pc

      1. Thanka a lot I am learning so much from you. When are you on holiday in South Africa. Fly into Cape Town and we will be awaiting for you not for paint lessons but holiday just to say thank you

        1. Thanks eorgy
          I don’t think I will get to South Africa but you never know.

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