How to Paint an Early Morning Splendor in Acrylic
Skill Level: 2 Intermediate
Medium: Acrylic Painting
Tutor: Dennis Clark
Class Length: 1 Hour 49 Minutes
Early morning and late in the afternoon, when the sun is low in the horizon, we get all the beautiful saturated colors. This early morning scene of sheep in a pasture is no exception. We have all the lovely yellow , orange and reds
In this lesson you will learn:
1 How to adjust the mountain greys to allow for the distant haziness
2 How to block in the distant trees
3 How to add the glow coming in from the left
4 How paint the middle distance
5 How the add the closer trees and grass for contrast and drama
6 How to add the grazing sheep
For the class you will need:
Paints: Titanium White, Arylamide Yellow Light (Lemon Yellow), Cad Orange, Ultramarine Blue,
Brushes: #6 Bristle Flat, #3 and #6 Bristle Filbert, small round synthetic brush, 1″ (25mm) household paint brush.
June H. (verified owner) –
I gained so much knowledge to help me on my painting journey.
Elizabeth A. (verified owner) –
I’ve watched the video a couple of times through and now a section at a time to see how Dennis mixes the mountain colors and develops the hazy effect, etc. Since he previously taught me how to draw landscapes, I plan to do a sketch first to get the tonal values right, then start the painting. He is a great teacher and I like this landscape scene!
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