how-do-you-do--trees

How do you do ... TREES?

“A small selection of trees techniques ... ranging from stylised conifers, to a forest to using the eraser and smudges tools to make needles and leaves”
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midnightmermaid89's picture
lovely trees

lovely trees Big smile


tbh no

INANINA's picture
THANK YOU

LIKE WATCHING- IS GREAT TEACHING DRAWING, GIVES IDEAS HOW TO USE TOOLS! THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH US, ESPECIALY (LIKE ME) WHO IS TRYING TO DRAW.

AND AT SAME, IS BEAUTIFUL TREES, FAR WOODS ON THE HILLS! Laughing out loud Five stars


wungu's picture
Thank you

You draw beautifully Inanina but we can all learn from each other because we have all started from different places and learned different styles. You, for example are much braver than me with colour ...


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

Blinemily's picture
nice trees

nice trees


It's time to try defying gravity

kutedymples's picture
Beautiful example...

of a few species. You do them all quite well I might add. Trees are something I have a hard time with although I do practice quite a bit can't ever get my leaves and foliage to turn out quite as nicely as you have achieved here. Both of your large trees are magnificent!


wungu's picture
detail vs impression

... that is my struggle - I want to show every leaf ... how ridiculous at the scale we paint! That brush that looks like sand is one I use most for blending trees and for forests I love the brush which I call the Spaghetti tool (because it looks like spaghetti!) The other secret is that trees involve quite a bit of eraser adjustment to avoid them being too even!


There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton

1Two3's picture
neat

nice Big smile


i like doom...doom is good x3