How to Paint a Tree-Filled Background With Just a Few Easy Brushstrokes

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In today’s video, you’ll see watercolor painter Ann Pember use a single paintbrush and a few colors of green to create the illusion of a forest of trees.

I’m always impressed by artists who let their brushes do the work for them, and Ann is definitely one of those artists. Take a look as she moves her brush almost randomly, allowing small shapes and details to appear in order to give her trees a stronger sense of depth and reality:

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NOTE: You can also get Ann Pember’s full watercolor tutorial at Creative Catalyst.

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