Perspective Painting For A Vibrant Watercolor Cityscape Of Chinatown
Step 19: A Splatter, And A Signature
With most details complete, it is up to you when you feel like you’re finished. The last thing for your perspective painting is tweaking any colors or details you feel could use improvement. To demonstrate, Bill wants to add an intersection, so he uses the same tape-and-sponge technique to lift one out in the middle of his painting. For extra credit, use an old toothbrush and white gouache paint to create a white splatter. This is done by running your thumb across the paint-filled bristles while hovering around the street area.
When you’re finally done, sign your perspective painting and take off the tape around the edges. And when the painting’s dry, congratulate yourself as you’ve just completed a very ambitious work of art!