I'm still having fun painting on the tin pieces a friend gave me. I wanted to do a couple with Christmas trees. So, I grabbed a piece of chalk, started to doodle, and this is what I came up with...
I started with traditional red & green...
I started with dark green, then went over it with a lighter green. I used the handle end of my paintbrush to add the red dots.
I kept one more neutral by just using white & black..
These trees were quick and easy.
I've been working on some more detailed pieces that I'm excited to share with you in the new year. Stay tuned for that!
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