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Nine
08 May, 2017 12:35 pm

Hi,

I'd recommend choosing colors that are in the middle and gradually mixing them in between. The more colors the smoother it will look. If you take a regular photograph taken by a camera and zoom into the pixels you'll notice that it's the same just way more gradient.

janet11
04 May, 2017 2:37 am

Hello,there.
I am a novice in painting, and I met some trouble recently. I don't know if you   encountered this problem when you started to learn painting. I always can't handle the transition between the two colors whenever I deal with the color of the sky and water. I don't know whether the problem is come from the color matching I made is not good enough, or I failed to master the skill. As I am a self-taught amateur, not specifically to learn. Hope someone can help me to answer.
Have a nice day!

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