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This video shows how to paint a landscape with hills using waterbased oil paints.
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List of materials:

– Winsor & Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour Starter Set –

– Zinc White, water-mixable, 200 ml tube. –
(An additional, large white tube is handy because it gets used up fast. Zinc white tends to be better for mixing with other colors because it is less opaque, while the titanium white is whiter, and therefore it is great for highlights. Since the above set already comes with a titanium white, I would order the zinc one.)

– Water Mixable Linseed Oil –

– Canvas panel 40 x 18 3/4 inches (100 x 48 cm)

– Flat synthetic oil paint brushes n.6, n.10 and 3/4 inch –

– Round synthetic oil paint brushes –

– A long brush. Sorry, I could´t find a link to a similar brush to mine anywhere. I bought it about 15 years ago from Zecchi in Florence, but I couldn’t find it now. It is 25 1/2 inches long (65 cm) and the hair is bristle, 1/2 wide.

– See my materials at my new “Amazon Influencer” page:

Or in my old materials blog! hehe:

Recording Equipment:

Video camera: Panasonic HC-V380K –

“L” shaped camera tripod –

Mic: Blue Yeti –
Pop filter (Mic screen) –
Mic Foam Windacreen –

– Lighting: Studio softboxes:

Laptop: Apple MacBookPro 13”. Mine is an older version of this beauty: (note, the software I use for editing is Final Cut.)

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I wish you great creations!

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