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The final step is to add the Createx Black. I over did the black due to overly used needle and tip. Also the heat affects the black something fierce in the Texas summer weather. The shadows are airbrushed in under the rocks, the farside of the wood fencing and trees, the areas of the outhouse away from the light source. Detail is added to the path. Shadows are defined to the left side of the path where the grassy hillocks dip down toward the path. The daisies are defined and shadowed. More grassy foliage is added. The moons and rope door handle are airbrushed in to the outhouse. The doorway is shadowed with the right side less dark than the left. The wood planking is defined where needed to continue with the wood graining. A verly light misting ro rhe wood further greys it out so it's appearance is more weathered. The words "Vicki's Outhouse" is added to the front of the outhouse above the doorway.
Createx Opaque white is then used to highlight the rocks, wood, tree tops, hillocks. clouds and outhouse. White is added once again to the center of the light source in a circular motion. Highligts are added to the grass blades and a few smaller grass blades are added to the forefront in the fence row giving the impression of depth and distance. Two small eyes were added later to the doorway to look as if a person were peering outside. The daisy centers were airbrushed lightly in an circular motion first with Florescent Yellow and then Createx Golden Yellow. Createx Florescent pink is very lightly airbushed on the right sides of the daisy centers away from the light source. White highlights are added to the daisy centers on the left side.
The difference in the shed landscape and the outhouse is that Createx Burgandy was used after the black to the trees, clouds and shadowed areas.
And that's how I did a freehand landscape tee with an outhouse.

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