Learn How to Paint Background Trees in a Watercolor Landscape

November 08, 2019 1 min read

In this clip from her video workshop, Painting in the Flow of Watercolor, Ann Pember uses active brushwork to create a background treeline in a watercolor landscape. Ann shows you how to control moisture and mix multiple shades of blue to control the texture of trees and distinguish them from other landscape elements.


To learn more about painting the landscape in watercolor, check out Ann Pember’s Painting in the Flow of Watercolor.

 




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