Video 40 Painting Shadows & Highlights Step 2

 

In this video, I’ll show you step 2 – painting a solid first coat of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® Duck Egg Blue and adding shadows and highlights with chalk paint.

 

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If Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® Duck Egg Blue is one of your favorites, you’ll love these posts: Patina & Verdigris – 1 Year Later,  Reader Request,  and  On the Bench. One of the techniques I use in this video is dry brushing. If you want to more about this popular technique, click on,  Video: How to Dry Brush, What You Need to Know

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6 Comments

susan

Hi Leslie~ these are helpful videos…..so when you are highlighting and painting your shadows, you are using the same brush as your basecoat? Does that help with the blending? I’m still a separate brush/color painter but I have a feeling that’s why my blending doesn’t look as natural…. Thanks!

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Allison yost

Hi Leslie I love these videos. Where is the “like” button and how do I subscribe? I am doing this on my iPad not sure if it makes a difference.

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Debra Griffey

Planning to paint bedroom set – have pure white- but like the concept of creating highlights and shadow – would old white and coco be best choice?

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