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Classic: How To Paint A Seascape

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Step 16: Finishing Touches To A Seascape

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Finally, add any finishing touches to your painting, such as more surf, splashes, etc. Try not to overwork your painting, as this might drown out any signs of your unique art style and the painting’s own individuality. However, if you’ve planned well, you shouldn’t need to spend too much time adding finishing touches or fixing mistakes. As a final step, wait for the painting to dry completely before using a kneaded eraser to clean up any pencil lines that detract from your painting, especially for the white or lighter areas. They should come off easily as long as there aren’t too many layers of paint on top. And when you’re done, feel free to sign it, date it, and frame it for all to see!