Adding the Final Touches

Adding the Final Touches

By Melissa Gallo

Painter Master Elite Melissa Gallo demonstrates how she adds the final touches to a landscape painting, using the Sargent brush. Get some tips on how to arrange your workspace and how to collapse the different layers in your painting to the canvas to create one single layer. See how changing the size of your brush allows you to add very general areas, or finer details.

Tip: Have a blank canvas open in your workspace, using the same paper and size as your painting. You can use this as a scratch pad to test out new brushes before you use them on your painting.

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