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Hazy landscape walk-through

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Advanced Walk through

Here is a walk through of how I made the hazy landscape painting shown below. I hope it proves to be helpful for someone! Click any of the thumbnail images for a larger view.


Firstly I splotched in areas of colour with a soft brush to determine placement:
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Then I went in with a hard edged brush to add details. Basically I just swish-swish-swished a bunch of various green lines over each other.
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Next I moved onto the middle ground area to add detail. Keeping the colours fairly flat and hazy.
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The next step is to add smaller details and tweak reflections.
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With a fairly thick brush I lay out the general shape of the tree line. Working from left-to-right I start adding in vague details/cleaning up the shapes:
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Working my way down the tree line. =)
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This shot shows a little better how I cleaned up the shapes before adding in the highlights and shadows.
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Almost there!
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Paint in the tree. The leaves are basically a bunch of overlapping speckly brushes in various colours:
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Finished - Thickened the haze, reduced the saturation a tad and tweaked the reflections some more.
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And for fun here's the tweaked sepia style version I did.
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This Tutorial was by Katherine Dinger Brought to you by Robouk, Please post any questions in the forum. Thank you.
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