Painting A Realistic Landscape with Acrylics
Paint Like A Pro: Episode #1 – Painting a realistic landscape with acrylics
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In this episode of #PaintLikeAPro I cover how to paint some beautiful blue ridge mountains with a creek flowing through.
If you have any questions about this painting, how to paint any aspect of this painting, or the acrylic painting techniques used, leave it in the comments below and I’m happy to answer! Thanks for watching this weeks art lesson!
– Golden fluid acrylic paint (titanium white, carbon black, cerulean blue, primary yellow, napthol red, green gold, primary cyan)
– Water for mixing into the paints (thinning) and washing brushes
– 16×20″ stretched canvas
– Brushes used include: 1/2″ flat brush/filbert, small liner brush, #2 round, Artist Loft scumbling brush, Princeton round blender.
Chuck Black Art