Below is an example of the few stages a painting takes when being created. For this painting I used a photograph of autumn scenery that I found in a magazine. First I usually draw my sketch, some artist do some don’t, I personally like the drawing stage.
You would always start painting what is furthest away from you, so in this example I started with the sky and then the backgrounds trees. As you get to what is actually closer to you, the amount of paint used is thicker.
This painting was fun to create due to the multiples colours in it. It took roughly 20 hours and is now gone to a client in France.
More work in progress coming soon.