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Winter's Grace

Jin7 25 Jul 2020

I did this a few years ago in the classroom. This is one of the simplest Bob works, but one of my favorites.



Dear Tom0779
Thank you for your comment.
I think it was better to make the innermost mountain a little bluer.
It's a pity that you see this work only by the photo.

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

I love this creation from Bob as well. I painted it with pleasure yet with mediocre result.
Best are your evergreens here Jin, I am SO jealous!! :)

dracula Power Painter

Excellent sense of depth and distance! Even though it is over 100°F (38°C) here today, this painting makes me think of very cold weather! Thanks for sharing!

Dear dracula
You live in texas,don't you . It too hot to do something,
Take care of your health and enjoy painting!

Dear Voy Thanks a lot.
Voy please watch Bob's video carefully. The angle of the fan brush should be unchanged at the horizontal level. Once you get the hang of it, you'll be able to do just like Bob . As long as I look at your evergreens, I don't think it will take much time. I wrote an article about how to practice mountains using paper, but if you practice evergreen trees with paper, you can improve without wasting the canvas.

dracula Power Painter

@Jin7, yes, indeed, I live in Texas; it's very hot here in the summer. Almost uninhabitable. Seeing this painting is a nice relief!

I love winter paintings, there is a feeling of comfort. You reflected the depth very well and thanks for your advice on evergreens.

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