How to Paint a RURAL MOUNTAIN SCENE - Tips For Painting Distant Mountains, Trees, Grass and Cows.
In this video I show you how to paint this beautiful rural mountain scene inspired by the Matukituki Valley in southern New Zealand.
YOUTUBE LINK: https://youtu.be/v1KrZz8zfSg
The inspiration for this painting came from a plein air painting trip I went on my friend Andrew Tischler. As we were painting the mountain view suddenly loads of cows started surrounding us and many of them were drinking from the stream.
The presence of the cows were a welcome addition as I was able to include them in my original plein air painting. It then inspired the studio painting which I am about to demonstrate to you now.
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Here is the link to the video featuring Andrew's painting from our plein air painting trip, it's a must watch!
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