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Note how he drops the leaves into the sky just before it dries completely.  Also the building has dried enough that he can add hard edged shadows.

Spotlight on an Artist- Ping Long

Note how he drops the leaves into the sky just before it dries completely. Also the building has dried enough that he can add hard edged shadows.

the all important foreground goes in at the end- twiggy trees and splatter creating depth.  he's either cutting some of the forms in the foreground in at the end, painting negatively, or he is scratching them out.

Spotlight on an Artist- Ping Long

the all important foreground goes in at the end- twiggy trees and splatter creating depth. he's either cutting some of the forms in the foreground in at the end, painting negatively, or he is scratching them out.

this allows him to paint in distant trees, wet into wet, but when he reaches the roof line...

Spotlight on an Artist- Ping Long

this allows him to paint in distant trees, wet into wet, but when he reaches the roof line.

Note how he paints the shadows on the roofs early on, but doesn't bring the sky down all the way...

Spotlight on an Artist- Ping Long

Note how he paints the shadows on the roofs early on, but doesn't bring the sky down all the way.

you can also see how he builds darker values wet into wet, bit by bit. Now he begins to build form in the midground, after the foreground has dried some.

Spotlight on an Artist- Ping Long

you can also see how he builds darker values wet into wet, bit by bit. Now he begins to build form in the midground, after the foreground has dried some.

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