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16. To finish off your painting, fill in your dolphin drawing with black paint so now you have two dolphin silhouettes!
Start by mixing some yellow paint with some red to make orange. With your white canvas, paint the bottom half orange. It doesn’t have to be an exact straight line, this is going to be water!
What colors do you typically see in a sunset? For the top half of the painting, use combinations of yellows, oranges, and maybe some pinks (mix some white into some red) and do your best to blend them together. The top half of the canvas will be the sky.
Next, take some red and use your flat brush to add some dashed lines as waves on the left side of your canvas. Take some of the orange you mixed earlier and use it to blend into the yellow wave as best as you can, this way the wave will have more of an origin and won’t appear so jagged and random. Now, mix some blue with some yellow to make a greenish color and do the same type of brush strokes above the yellow wave to extend it. Add some green strokes to the yellow wave and some yellow strokes to the green wave to make it appear more blended together.
Finish making the full
shape of the wave using more blues, bring it so it ends in a point. If you need
a darker blue, you can mix a tiny little bit of black into some blue. Continue
adding highlights all throughout the wave, using either plain white or a very
Finish making the full shape of the wave using more blues, bring it so it ends in a point. If you need a darker blue, you can mix a tiny little bit of black into some blue. Continue adding highlights all throughout the wave, using either plain white or a very light blue.
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