How to paint LIGHT and SHADOW in a landscape.
In this video I will show you how to paint a landscape inspired by the mountains around the village of Glenorchy in southern New Zealand.
In this painting I will show you how we can use tonal values to create light and shadow. This painting features a contrast between the background hills and mountain that are bathed in the soft evening light, juxtaposed against the foreground which is in shadow.
I also show you how to mix some of the colours including the greens which I demonstrate on my palette.
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