Now, using your smallest brush, dab tiny clusters of white and red. If you do five little dots together, youʻll have miniature Hibiscus! How to Paint Maunakea From A Black Sand Beach Post Author:Katana Post published:April 5, 2020 Post Category:Step by Step Paintings Post Comments:0 Comments Outline the mountain, and fill it in with watered down blue. Use horizontal brushmarks to get a smooth gradient. Wipe away excess paint at the bottom with water and paper towel so the blue fades out on the canvas.Continue with the blue on the bottom of the canvas, an inch or two. Use a wavy motion to get your ocean, and donʻt mix your blue and white solid- let them play on the canvas to create motion.Now weʻre adding black, leaving a little white space between the ocean and the beach. use a little white to create your grays.Next is green. Weʻre stipping *making little dots* above our beach, lower in the background and taller on each side of the canvas.Then, add a little black to your green and fill in down to the beach to create shadows under the bright green leaves.First layer of palm fronds in light green. See how these are crescent shapes that extend from the top of the tree trunk like flower petals?Add some more lines to your palm fronds, like eyelashes or a comb, to create the ʻbristlesʻ of the palm frond.Finish the painting with little red flowers- tiny dots of red and white made with the end of the paintbrush, not the bristles. Tags: how to paint, online painting lessons, painting lessons, step by step painting You Might Also Like What Art Supplies Does Paint in Hawaii Use? April 8, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username Enter your email Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.