Zip. That easy. Let's make a happy little mountain now. And that's when it becomes fun - you don't have to spend your time thinking about what's happening - you just let it happen. This is truly an almighty mountain.
Now we'll take the almighty fan brush. We wash our brush with odorless thinner. Use absolutely no pressure. Just like an angel's wing. We might as well make some Almighty mountains today as well, what the heck. I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush. Talk to trees, look at the birds. Whatever it takes.
And I will hypnotize that just a little bit. Even the worst thing we can do here is good. Talent is a pursued interest. That is to say, anything you practice you can do. It's beautiful - and we haven't even done anything to it yet. Working it up and down, back and forth. We'll put a happy little sky in here.
Follow the lay of the land. It's most important. It is a lot of fun. Absolutely no pressure. You are just a whisper floating across a mountain.
We don't need any guidelines or formats. All we need to do is just let it flow right out of us. Nature is so fantastic, enjoy it. Let it make you happy. Mountains are so simple, they're hard.
There's nothing wrong with having a tree as a friend. All those little son of a guns. We start with a vision in our heart, and we put it on canvas.
We touch the canvas, the canvas takes what it wants. I get carried away with this brush cleaning. You can't make a mistake. Anything that happens you can learn to use - and make something beautiful out of it. These little son of a guns hide in your brush and you just have to push them out. It takes dark in order to show light.