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I got the blues

Staying with the 1″ flat red sable I then used a light Ultramarine Blue and Cobalt Blue mix to block in a mountain horizon and negatively define the background smaller yellow hill.

For some reason, after I undercut the background yellow hill with blue, I then pulled a blue stroke straight down and cut the left corner in and lifted off with a flip.

TIP 1: Allow each wash time to dry before overlaying the next color. You can use a blow dryer to effectively and safely dry your painting: Low setting, at least 10″ away from surface, keep it moving, NO STEAM!