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After painting in your trees using wet in wet methods and blocking in the walls and the buildings in the riverside with a mixes of raw umber, the masking can be removed from the tree trunks a little raw umber and rawumber/blue mixes were fed into the damped trunks from the left, leaving the right sides to catch the sunlight.
The bridge has a base coat of weak yellow ochre applies and then using the stone technique I showed you in class add more texture to the bridge. This will be built up with stronger darker colours as this is in the shade. I used black & grey (add water) made from burnt sienna and ult blue to add strength and a little detail to the top stones of the bridge and shadow to the underside.

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