River Landscape Painting Lesson With Acrylic
Hello Hiver friends, How are you doing? I wish you are well today. Welcome to my art blog. I decided to paint today with acrylic medium. This painting was inspired by Bob Ross, his really good in painting nature. His using the method of wet on wet in oil painting
In this post I will demonstrate the step by step process, I will teach you how to paint sky, distance trees, bushes and river.
👉 Watercolor Paper or sketching Paper
👉 Pencil and eraser
👉 Clean Water
👉 Paper napkin
👉 Titanium White
👉 Grass Green
👉 Ultramarine Blue
👉 Brilliant Red
👉 Yellow Ocher
👉 Burnt Sienna
👉 Mers Black
👉 Lemon Yellow
👉 Flat Brush /small #10, 10/32 / 8.0mm
👉 Liner Brush #2 / 2/32" / 1.6mm
👉 Round Brush #8 / 5/32" / 4.0mm
👉 Filbert brush
Painting Process:Start to paint the sky with blue and white and blend them together, you can use the flat brush for this part. With just a nice color of white paint a sun using round brush.
Paint the distance trees with flat brush or fan brush. Just mix the blue, black and white.
You can paint the bushes, leaves of the trees using filbert brush. The color I used here are grass green, yellow, brilliant red, yellow ochre and white.
Creating the river just mix the blue and white using the flat brush. Add light and shaddow on the water. I put some rocks in this painting. Basically I used brown and black with the highlight of white mix with some yellow ochre. I used round brush in creating the rocks.
Painting the big tree, you can use burnt sienna and small amount of black. For the highlight you can use white mix with yellow ochre. For adding extra detail basically I use liner brush, this brush is good in painting tree limbs, grass, twigs and detail lines.
This is the finish art painting of river landscape.
That's all for today, I hope you like this post and thank you for stopping by! Have a great day! Happy Painting!😀