How to paint Autumn Landscape Wildflowers  acrylics for beginners: A step-by-step tutorial
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How to paint Autumn Landscape Wildflowers Cornflowers and California poppies. Easy Acrylic painting tutorial for beginners. #AcrylicTutorial #TheArtSherpa #Painting course for those who want to learn how to paint better. It's all 100% real-time, multi-camera angles, and fully explained.  YOU CAN PAINT THIS !! The Art Sherpa brings you all your art lessons. You can connect with other painters like you through our Live Stream Chats every video.. 

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Chapters : 

00:00     Intro

03:13     Step 1   Colored Ground

07:51     Step 2   Blocking In The Zones

17:12     Step 3   Blended Sky

21:48     Step 4   Clouds

28:22     Step 5   Cloud Highlights

31:03     Step 6   Distant Misty Trees

40:07     Step 7   Midground Trees

44:22     Step 8   Grass

50:32     Step 9   Midground Trees Highlights

55:59     Step10  Blue Cornflowers  

1:07:06  Step11  Poppies

1:16:53  Step12  Poppy Highlights

1:24:16  SIGN

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¾ inch Angle Princeton Catalyst

¼ inch Angle Princeton Catalyst

#18 Hog Bright Raphael D’Artigny

#18 Hog Round Raphael D’Artigny

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