How to Paint a Landscape in Perspective for Beginners

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How to paint a landscape in perspective!

The most important things to remember when painting in perspective is:

1. your use of colour- colours will fade as it goes further away

2. where your object is placed on the canvas in relation to other objects

3. the size of the object in relation to other objects

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Supplies:

canvas

brushes

pencil

acrylic paint set

water

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