How to Paint clouds & water reflections – Oil Painting tips & techniques – Lachri

In this time lapse painting lesson, I’m going to show you how to paint clouds and water reflections in oil paint! I’m going to show you some blending techniques that are great whether your a beginner painter or more experienced!

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Supplies used: (amazon affiliate links)
★ Fredrix oil primed Belgian linen paint board 8×10
★Webers permalba black
★Weber permalba white
★Liquin
The following are base sets to get started if you don’t have oil paints at all. Either set is a great start!
★Winsor & Newton Winton Color oil paint:
★Winsor & Newton Artists Oil Paint:
★Mona Lisa Brush Tank
★Mona Lisa Odorless Paint thinner
★The Masters Brush Cleaner
★Masterson Artist Palette
★Viva Paper Towels
★Mop Brush I recommend the 12 pack on these I also used a #4 liner brush and two #8 filberts, both synthetic hog hair and a few stiff round brushes.

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This video was shot using the Canon VIXIA HF G20 HD camcorder. (amazon affiliate link)

10 Comments

  1. This is a great video. Thank you. I just realized that I’ve been paiting with brushers too large, or big. Will change to small ones! Thank you again, you are a great artist.

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