Added by on 2019-01-05

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Grab a toothbrush and your acrylic paints and follow along as Ginger shows you how to paint desert sand in a spattered pattern of orange, dark brown and tan colors with the flick of your finger. A Gradated background sky is demonstrated step by step using Ginger’s simple over lapping blending pattern. Discover te secret of painting an old dead tree and how to make skinny branches. This is a full length tutorial on painting this 6×8 Desert Landscape like a pro. Please SUBSCRIBE to this channel to show your support and to stay informed about new releases and live broadcasts. Be sure to TURN ON the alarm under the little bell. Being the GOLD STANDARD in acrylic painting tutorials, Ginger Cook will be exploring the Fine Art of Acrylic Painting by offering tips and tricks to help you with your own acrylic paintings. During her live broadcasts, Ginger will be taking questions and may demonstrate the answer when possible. Learn more about acrylic painting lessons: Facebook Private Club Page Online Auction Website Home Online OnDemand / Downloadable Lessons for Sale to Own Home Learn more about acrylic painting lessons: WEBSITE: PINTEREST: FACEBOOK: NEWSLETTER & FORUM SIGN UP FORM: Contact Information: Website: Video Rating: / 5


  • Connie Thatcher 1 year ago

    I really like this. I have my new brushes you use all ready to try. I move into my new house in a week so I am excited to try and paint this. Thank you for taking time out from your vacation to make a video. Your art is always inspiring.

  • Brenda Wells 1 year ago

    Just an FYI about buying brushes. I have compared prices for individual brushes between Brush Guys and Jerry's Artarama. Brush Guys' prices are almost identical, there is almost never more than a few pennies difference (that I have seen, anyway). The only problem is they don't offer free shipping until you get to $100 minimum order, and Jerry's has only a $35 minimum. But, I try to buy from Brush Guys whenever I can to support a small business.

  • Robbie Kaye 1 year ago

    Love this tree, Ginger!

  • Teresa Kennedy 1 year ago

    Really nice! You are a really good teacher.

  • Kerri Miaso 1 year ago

    Hey Ginger, I bet dental floss picks would work if someone doesn't want to get their fingers dirty when making the rocks.  Plus they are cheap.

  • alina martinez 1 year ago

    love it Ginger thank you!

  • Trish Coomer Phelps 1 year ago

    Thanks Ginger ❤️

  • ben zindo 1 year ago

    The 143rd tree branch from the left looked good. Oh, yes, the 2 birds looked great!

  • SuEllyn 1 year ago

    I watched this video earlier today and the sound was fine. Now that I am rewatching it, there is no sound after the first portion. I have rebooted my Samsung tablet several times. When I check other GC videos they work just fine and with sound. For some reason the sound portion is no longer working. Can this be fixed?

  • Roni Bowen 1 year ago

    That's awesome TYVM

  • Michele Welisevich 1 year ago

    Thanks Ginger and Jon, enjoyed it and will try painting this one soon!

  • Annette Keys 1 year ago

    No sound about a third the way in .. but really enjoyed the display of fine art .. ginger can add such beautiful colour .. thank you

  • betsy coggswell 1 year ago

    I started watching this video this morning on my Roku and it played fine. I have come back to finish it and there is a feedback error on the TV and now no sound on video on my phone even though the video will play. So bummed! But it is a beautiful painting.

  • Maria Jardine 1 year ago

    Love it!! The stories make my day!! Old dead guys!!LOL

  • Mona L creates 1 year ago

    Great painting Ginger!! Nice splatters too! 🙂 Artsy hugs!!

  • Julz 1 year ago

    I love this tree Ginger! I have one almost exactly like it down the road.It's beaches actually droop and rar are a zigzag pattern. I have been taking photos of it for years. But this year is the fire time for have been able to get pictures of it's flower. Thank you for sharing this video and the information! Wishing I a fabulous trip! And healthful get well wishes!!

  • Margie Lee 1 year ago

    Love your tree. Thanks for taking time out of your trip for us. Hope you are both having fun.

  • Christine Wolanin 1 year ago

    Great lesson and Beautiful painting! Thank You for all you do

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