Hi guys. These are some mountains, that I’m painting in acrylics. I said, in another video, that you can use unusual colors to give things more depth. And I’m going to be talking more about that here. You can see in here, I use purple – I also used a lot of pinks. I used some – obviously some darker pinks here, and some lighter pinks here, and – what I did was, I just mixed brighter color – my pink or my purple, Into some white and brown. I started by mixing the brown and then I added my pink or my purple into it. Okay. I couldn’t show you me actually mixing the paint. But here’s a chart that shows pretty much the formula I would use. So you can see white is the color I use the most of, so that’s represented by a great big circle. Brown is – I use a lot less of that, so that’s a much smaller circle and the purple or maybe the pink depending on what it is, I just use a little dab of and that’s why that’s a little tiny circle. and to kind of tone it down more so it’s not like “Oh! Those are pink mountains.” or” Those are purple mountains.” I layered gray and brown over it too. Also, when I did my initial drawings, I didn’t draw it even, I mean, I didn’t draw a straight line. You can see that this path stops here and then this goes up slightly and this goes back. I wasn’t that concerned with getting every line, exactly to the photograph. I wanted to create a sense of depth. I guess is what I’m trying to say, but here are some trees so the Working more on this and more. I show you in the future. Hopefully what I’m trying to say is: Use colors – use bright color – to give things depth and to makes things stand out. But don’t use the straight color. Just put bright pink or bright purple on on that painting that I just showed you – it would look like a cartoon piece or like a fantasy piece, which there’s nothing wrong with it That’s what you’re going for. But that wasn’t what I was going for here. It’s a grayed out kind of muted purple. That’s important. You don’t want to use bright colors. It won’t have the same effect. I make art videos three days a week, so if that sounds good to you, click here to subscribe and for now, thanks for watching and good bye.