How to Paint WINTER WILLOW TREES
In this video I show you how to paint winter willow trees in a landscape inspired by the South Island of New Zealand.
Painting deciduous trees can sometimes be a bit tricky because the values of the stems and branches can be lighter than when they are in full leaf, so if you don't get the values correct they can get lost in a landscape painting.
In this video I give you tips on painting winter trees.
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