Prime your canvas with a liquid gray oil. This will allow all your paints to blend on the canvas.
Mix yellow, crimson and white on your fingers for your sunset.
Start your horizon line across your canvas.
Clean your hand. Mix your Prussian Blue and white to get a lighter blue for your sky.
Lightly put some blue steaks into the sunset and blend with your pinky.
Clean hand. Add sunset color to below the sky where your water reflection will be.
Glob some white on your thumb and make random patters in your sky like so.
With a clean hand, blend the globs into the sky with small circular motions. Very lightly.
Straight Prussian blue at the bottom. A mix of all your dark colors for the land.
Add some white to your blue as you travel up the canvas.
Form up the land a bit more on the right side.
Reflections in the water, part one.
Reflections in the water, part two.
Add a little straight black where the land meets the water to make it pop.
Add white and scrub in the cloud reflections on the water. Sign the corner with your pinky.
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