because I scrubbed at this for over an hour I think. Maybe call it Mountain Mist?!
Before I started scrubbing. Everything was painted wet on wet. The trees were done with the liner and a chunk of kitchens sponge plus splattering. Only two colors were used. Payne’s grey and ultramarine. Arches 140# rough.
I had no idea how to do the fog which I wanted to do the fog because I live on a river that is frequently heavily fogged. I was following a YouTube video with David R Smith to practice for class tomorrow with my new liner brushes.
All my tools used to paint this. Red handled brushes are the scrubbers.
I was scratching my head when o realized his supply list for tomorrow said two scrubbers. On the video he did a tree with a Mr Clean Eraser. After scrubbing with the scrubbers for about an hour I realized duh. Use the Mr Clean. If it could lift off a birch tree it could lift off mist. I finished not long after that.
I used the scrubbers to make wispy strands of fog floating off the river. Yes there are wisps if you look. 😘
And done. Time to use the palette knife to loosen it from the block of paper.