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  • Michelle Baker, MA

Desert Landscape Shadows


Create your rocks and ground with warm colors. To begin, paint the "middle color" of your rocks (not the darkest or lightest value).

For my rocks, I used Burnt Sienna and added a little Red and Raw Sienna to make it even warmer. This was my base rock color. I added blue to this to create the shadow color (blue is the compliment to orange).


Use the shadow color to lay out the edges of your rocks and start giving them shape and dimension!


Feeling inspired?! This lesson comes from our Landscape Painting class. Or visit our Getting Started page where we can help you figure out which medium matches your personality!


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8781 Sheridan Blvd #6041
Westminster, Colorado 80031
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