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Divine Elegance

Antonia_91 08 May 2021

Again I feel that Iā€™m learning more and more with each paining but I am having the hardest time pulling the titanium white through the mountains and having it break nicely. I use no pressure....



Bob makes it look a lot easier than it is! The mountains have a good shape.

I struggle with mountains too, I also find my canvas dips slightly and have been trying boards to practice.
To be honest, I think your mountains looks really good, I can see the lines in them the depth and peaks.
Your painting makes me smile, I hope it makes you happy too.

Lovely color of the background trees!

Voy Kay Conqueror of Challenges

Making the paint to break is not always that simple. Using no pressure is a good idea but alwso be certain the used white paint is really thick.
There are several articles to be found about this in the article section.

Success! And I will second Mrs C here, mountains shadows and lines are really good!

Thank you all! I will certainly check out articles related to this.

Really good painting. I learned the hard way on making the paint break. When I purchased oils (Bob Ross) thru Amazon they were a lot thinner than the oils purchased thru them directly. Same logo but different. I know they just switched to a different manufacturer so maybe the older ones are being recycled online but i have found going thru them directly even tho it might take longer to get seems to work better for me.

Thank you for the tip, Happisland. I will order my next Titanium White tube through them directly.

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