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How to Paint an Ocean
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 one way to paint an ocean. If you notice my canvas, I already did some starting of it. I painted in this really bright blue beacons. I started to paint in the sky and right down here is the ocean.
Now if you look at my palette, I have a lot of colors here. You’ll see the blue that you saw on the background. I have some of the green, a lot of the white and I’m going to be using these colors to put at the ocean and let’s remember the ultramarine blue.
So I’m going to pick up some of the white because I do want to concentrate on some more of the waves and some of the other colors as well. Now I’m going to back to my canvas and I’m going to try to paint in some movement. Because I don’t know if you’ve ever driven down and watch the water as you’re above on the bridges. The water is all different kinds of colors.
One minute it’s blues, one minute it’s turquoises, other minutes it’s purple. So I’m trying to get all these colors into the canvas. It’s okay if it’s a little bit messy because there is water spray sometimes. I'm going to dip down and get some more white. And I’m going to get a little bit more of the blue especially ultramarine blue, a little bit level of the purple mixed it up a little bit more. And I want to put it a little bit of this birth sea now that is over here. Because you need to remember all that ocean water does have sand in it. Back to my canvas and notice that all the colors just start to blend and this is one way to put an ocean water into a painting.
On behalf or TVLesson.com, this is Angeline Marie. Thank you for watching.