I continue to learn my new favorite graphic program Realistic Paint Studio
And today I told you how I drew a beautiful winter tree.
One time I found wonderful photo and decided make a painting copy of it
This time I chose imitation oil paints
In start my work I chose a canvas (Custom as in last tutorial)
When I opened a window of custom canvas creation, we see the canvas opened by default.
This, in my opinion, is too extreme
So I chose a custom size and changed DPI to 90
So let's get to work
I chose a brush for initial oil paint layer from a box of brushes - Flat Brush
Using the up and down buttons, you can select paint colors
I started my work with sketch
Then it seemed to me that I chose the wrong color for the sky ... but don't worry!
In this program, even oil paint can be erased ... with the usual eraser from the sketch tool box.
Then I chose matching colors and painted the sky on new layer.
Sometime I used an another brush - Big Flat Brush - to make a blur paints
Closer to the horizon I add sunset colors, outline the location of the setting sun
With the same two brushes on new layer I paint a far mountains and trees
And a beautiful color snow on a foregroung (on new layer)
To add a texture of snow I chose this brush - Filbert Brush
Well, the background is almost ready - snowdrifts look quite realistic
For painting a main tree (and one more on the left) I chose a brush maked subtle delicate strokes named Round Medium
The last step is left - snow on the branches.
I chose lighter and more saturated colors so that they don't blend in with the background colors.
I used four shades of color to contrast with the background.
A few small touches in different places ... and a picture is ready!
Of couse, presentation - one of three
Many thanks for your attention to my tutorials!
Have a nice and creative day to all!