Lately I’ve been painting and posting these loose, strokey, flowy landscapes and the feedback I’ve gotten from all of you has been incredible.
They are perfect for flow-state painting and as an added bonus, they’re visually appealing.
So now I’m here to teach you how it’s done—from inspiration photos to color palettes and final creation.
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00:00 – Intro
00:47 – Getting started and showing other pieces for inspo…
01:47 – We’re painting Pebble Beach, here’s my approach
04:08 – Full color mixing lesson for this palette.
10:53 – Painting starts with some palm trees.
13:10 – Step back and look at reference photo.
13:54 – Yellow flowers floating around.
14:30 – Grassy details around the flowers.
16:33 – Now for sand and ocean.
18:05 – Adding peaches and pinks…
19:03 – Darker greens in the grass…
19:53 – And some rocks…
20:41 – Fun and important poppy palm tree details!
22:27 – Rounding it out with some added flowers.
23:29 – Final thoughts on the painting.
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