this will be my first DMP painting! I know it is not going to look like reality because half of it's sepia, but I'd like to make the painting look as close to the image as possible. I have viewed all of Mark's videos. I'd have preferred to practice on a still life first, but do not have time and this needs to be done! It is a "now and then" picture: the image of the old school has been photoshopped into the "now" landscape. I have stained the 39x58 centimetre canvas and penciled in most of the image. I am wondering how to paint the building? If you zoom up close onto the building you notice that there are these tiny fuzzy bumps on the building, probably because of the poor image quality and/or the texture of the building. It is not just one colour as it would seem. See image below:
Are there any suggestions on how to paint/ mix colour for that kind of texture using Mark's method?