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The tall black Hollyhock is one flower that has fascinated me for years, I love the glossy petals and the pink and gold light that can be seen in the sheen.

Here we are painting a single flower and indulging ourselves in the wonderful deep mixes. It looks scary but in my tutorial, I take you through the steps and hopefully demystify the process. Join me and indulge.

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