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Professional artist Angeline-Marie Martinez shows you how to embellish a painted blue sky with clouds.
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How to Embellish a Painted Sky
On behalf or TVLesson.com, my name is Angeline Marie. I'm a professional artist with AngelineMarie.net. In this clip I’m going to show you how to embellish a sky. If you notice I already have some of the sky here. I have some of the background that’s bright blue and some other colors. I’m going to embellish it now.
I picked up some white paint of tiny bit of paint spray and a little bit of this purple shape that’s over here because I’m going to embellish it by adding some clouds. Now clouds are really loose where I live. And I just want to give a sense of how puffy and white they are against the sky. If you notice I’m just being very loose. It’s okay if I can see the blue through it so when you look at clouds you can see a lot of blue.
Now I am going to take up a little bit more white and I am going to paint the tops of the clouds because if you ever really take a go and look at the cloud the tops are really, really white and the bottoms are almost like in shadow. It’s very interesting to look at clouds.
Let it fade off here in the right, and I want it to be a very covered sky. Now when I want to take off some of this embellishment all I need to do is pick up a little bit more of the blue that I’m covering up which I’ll do now. And anywhere I want to take off some of the clouds, I can just add some of the blue. And notice how I’m making a horizon line as well as the clouds.
On behalf or TVLesson.com, this is Angeline Marie. Thank you for watching.