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15 days of "Mini Watercolor Landscapes" with Simran

teacher avatar Simran Mirwani, Art Educator

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Lessons in This Class

19 Lessons (3h 36m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:20
    • 2. Materials Needed

      1:26
    • 3. Class Project 1 Twilight Silhouette

      8:13
    • 4. Class Project 2 Morning Grassland

      12:01
    • 5. Class Project 3 Aurora Borealis

      14:13
    • 6. Class Project 4 The Greenish Province

      18:49
    • 7. Class Project 5 Blooming Poppies

      15:27
    • 8. Class Project 6 Evening Sunset

      10:20
    • 9. Class Project 7 The Sunup Plains (Part 1)

      10:02
    • 10. Class Project 7 The Sunup Plains (Part 2)

      14:02
    • 11. Class Project 8 The Gloaming Fields

      12:25
    • 12. Class Project 9 By the Lake

      16:46
    • 13. Class Project 10 The Bare Tree

      14:59
    • 14. Class Project 11 Riverside Realm

      17:18
    • 15. Class Project 12 The Refreshing Fields

      14:28
    • 16. Class Project 13 A Hazy Sight

      12:46
    • 17. Class Project 14 The Morning Glory

      8:09
    • 18. Class Project 15 The Eventide Sunset

      12:46
    • 19. Final Thoughts

      0:48
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Hi, my name is Simran. In this class we will paint 15 different Watercolor mini landscapes. I will cover different kinds of landscapes, that will help you master your skills. There will be 15 class projects to suit all the levels. I will upload a new video to the class everyday. Painting landscapes is a great way to learn about color, its properties and different combinations. Landscape painting naturally helps one to improve focus, accuracy, techniques and styles. So join me in this amazing journey of painting your own mini landscapes. 

Let's look at the materials you will need for the class.

Materials needed:

  • 300gsm watercolor paper
  • Watercolor paints
  • Watercolor brushes
  • A masking tape/ a washi tape
  • Palette
  • White gouache (incase you don't have gouache, please feel free to use white watercolor/ poster paint/acrylic paint)
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Scale
  • 2 jars of clean water
  • Tissue/ Rough Cloth

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Simran Mirwani

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Hi, my name is Simran and I am a watercolor and a gouache artist based in Pune, India. My work is inspired by nature. I go by the name 1008simba on Instagram. Do join me in this beautiful journey where we will paint some beautiful subjects together. 

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1. Introduction: Hello, beautiful people out there who assemble. And I'm a watercolor and hogwash artist based in, in their welcome to my Skillshare class. In this class, we'll be learning how to paint watercolor landscapes. I'll upload a new video to the class. Every day. We are painting different teams, like Fields, medalists means dribble, moderns, and a lot more of them. I'll be telling you about the different color combinations or so. There are different techniques that we'll be using whilst we paint these landscapes. I hope you are really excited to paint these beautiful landscapes with me. So let's quickly grab all our materials and let's get started. 2. Materials Needed: Let's look at the materials, but you will be needing for the class project. The first thing is at 300 GSM watercolor paper. I am using Fabriano artistic or watercolor paper, will be needing watercolor paints. I'm using Payne's by Sennelier. I'll be telling you all the colors whilst in the class projects will be needing a white wash. If you don't have a white wash. You can also use a white watercolor or a white poster paint. Let's look at the brushes that we'll be meeting. I'm using brushes by Princeton. You'll be needing a flat brush to apply, wash on the table. You'll be needing some round brushes. Also, please make sure that you have one brush that has a fine tip. You will be needing a pencil and eraser and a scale. We'll also be using a masking tape. You'll be needing clean valid to mix your colors. Do jars of clean water, and a rough Claude ordered the shoe. So now let's grab all the materials and let's get started. 3. Class Project 1 Twilight Silhouette: Welcome to the first class project to violate silhouette. Let's start by taping down our paper from all the edges. I will take some little pink on my palate. If you don't have opera pink, you can also use cosin with some white. I'll be taking some takeaways. Green. If you don't have turquoise, green, you can use any light blue color that you have. I'll be using some ultramarine blue eyes. Well, let's apply an even coat of water on our paper. I am using a flat brush to paint my slide. I'll take some turquoise green on my brush and apply it onto the paper in a horizontal manner. So my summary, and I will start applying the ultramarine blue on my turquoise, which very slowly and try to blend the colors. I'll take some off and start applying it on my book. I start the bottom and slowly move towards that off. Try to blend the colors. I'll take. Some are jumbled and go over the top portion of my sky. Once again. Since the color standards, once they are dry, I am applying a second chord of the colors. As I want my sky to be vibrant. And do the same with the opposite of thing. I try to blend the colors using some algebra. And let's wait for this guy to dry completely. And then we move on to our silhouette. So my sky has dried. I will take some black on my palette. I will start by drawing an outline of my mountain using a thin paint brush. If you feel not used to drawing an outline width of the brush, you can start by sketching with a pencil. And then slowly you can start filling in the color. Once. My name is. Why you are filling in the margin, please keep in mind that the black should not be too watery. Not it should be tried to apply an even go dark black or in your mouth. I will use a fine brush to add some to my mouth. If you don't have a fine brush, you can also use a black gel pen to draw the spoils. Let's add some boards. Do our sky to finish up. Once your painting has dried completely, you can peel off the masking tape. Always, remember. The masking tape, iodine Angular, so that your paper doesn't it off. Our class project is ready. I hope you enjoy painting the twilight, a silhouette with me. Don't forget to share your projects. I lead you to model with another video. 4. Class Project 2 Morning Grassland: Welcome to the second class project. Let's start by going down from the edges using a pencil and I will divide my paper into two parts. The top portion, that is, this guy, would be about the fault of the paper. Now let's look at the colors that you will be needing for the class. Lemony yellow, blue, green, yellow ocher, ultramarine. Now, start by applying an even fought off water to the paper. We will apply water only to the sky. And I will start with some setting in blue. And I will start adding the color to the sky. I will also try some whitespaces to indicate the clouds in the sky with some water. If you've seen a few harsh. Now, I will take some red and add it to this guy. I believe on me in a few words. Just do the colors in the sky that got in their desired outcome. Some water to blend the colors. Blend. Our sky is ready. We will start by applying and even port of water. The grass named area. I am making some or all my lemon yellow. And I'm going to start applying that. Now I have taken some photos. Again. If you don't want half-halt is again, you can orbit the viridian you. I am mixed some forest green with my undergrad. And it's not. I'm just going to make a few more strokes. By denying our field is drying. We started making okay, we're lowering name. I'm raising nine and continue. I'm using for this to make my brushes. I will make with some forest green and a few sharks to indicate that I'm in. Iodine is a bit of this. Okay. Take some yellow on my brush. Some are painting is ready. Please wait for it to dry completely before you peel off the masking day. I hope you enjoyed the evening. Me. And as the Utah model with another video. 5. Class Project 3 Aurora Borealis: Welcome to the third class project, aurora borealis. Let's start by date, bring down our people from all the edges. Let's look at the colors that I'll be using. Some permanent magenta, yellow, green, or blue, ultramarine blue points, CMO, Black. And you'll also be needing a white wash. If you don't have a white colic watch, use white watercolors or right host of beans or accurate alkalosis. We're using a pencil. I will sketch the land area. Will also be painting our mountains. But we'll do that once the sky is ready. So let's start by applying and even colder Bordeaux, do the sky area. I will start with some CNO theme. I will start applying lean over, using buy it, fall it fresh. Then I am going to mix some magenta with my ultramarine blue and the sky. I'm going to use this, the emotion that you used to apply to stay low green. Now I'm going to take some out somebody in blue and start applying it to this guy. And I would say you see yellow, green, and magenta with somebody in the sky. Hi. I have finished using the ultramarine blue. And after I have blended the ultramarine blue with the magenta, and this the little blue. I'll take some blue and add it to some areas of the sky. Average tried to blend the colors will blend too much as a wind or local laws in the sky to be visible. I'm seeing obscene and just highlight the areas ones. So I'm just taking my white wash and I'm just going to make a few strokes. Here are indeed on the sky. We just wait for this to dry. So our sky has dried. I would just DO some white wash on my Skype. We indicate the stars. Now let's start with the land area. I am just applying a little bit of Waldo do denied area. And we're going to start with some burnt sienna. I'm going to apply the blend CNO to the land area. I'm using some green with my bowl and Sienna who get a muddy. I'm going to blend or the Carlos. I'm going to take. And I add it to my burnt sienna, just to add some dark orange to the land areas. And I'm going to blend the colors when. Now we're going to start with a mountain. For the mountains, I'm going to mix symbol and sienna, sunblock and some say yellow-green, light to dark yellow. I will start outlining my mountain. If you are not comfortable with outlining. Using a paint brush, you can also blend it using a pencil first and then start adding color to the mountain Asia. I'm just going to add this theme as well, just to show that one, but it's one landscape. Now, I'm going to take some white wash. My brush. And my brush does not have a lot of water. I'm so anyone to add some highlights. And we'll try to blend and blend the white, do much with the mountain as we want the highlights to be visible. So our class project is ready. I hope you've enjoyed painting this beautiful landscape with me. And you can take off the masking good one till painting has dried completely. Immortal with another video. And don't forget the CIO class projects with me. 6. Class Project 4 The Greenish Province: Welcome to the next class, Florida greenish programs. Let's start by day. Bring down our people from all the edges. Using of answer analog scale. I will draw my horizon line. Now let's start drawing some lines for the fields. For this, we'll be using a one-point perspective or one-point perspective drawing that you will do 1 in their distance from which everything in the drawing is set out. This means we'll be drawing a point above our horizon line. And from that one folder point will be drawing the other lines for the fields. This would give us a perspective that all the fields are running towards the horizon line. Once I have drawn all my lines, I will erase the lines above the horizon line. Now let's look at the colors. We'll be using. Some turquoise, green, ultramarine blue, some lemon yellow, sap green, forest green. These are the basic colors that we'll be using. And you'll also be needing some white wash. Again, if you don't have a white quash, you can use white bolster beams or white acrylic paints as well. So now I will start applying some water to my sky area. Now let's take some turquoise green and start making some strokes. We will also leave some white spaces to indicate the clouds. I am going to make. Some ultramarine dukkha is green so that it's not for the sky as we want this guy to be really fresh and light. And I'm just going to use this fallow in some areas of the sky. Idle this delegate their desired outcome. So our sky is now ready. Now we can, we'll want to do field. I'll start applying some Waldo. I'm going to first start with some lemon yellow. And I started applying some lemon yellow from the bottom of the feet, moving towards the horizon line. Oops. Some yellow just when or whether you, but I am just squiggling on a cleaner, am taking some sap green now. And I'm going to merge it with the lemon yellow that we have already applied. I'm using what Alan for brash on purpose so that I'm able to indicate the strokes and the moles meant the words they feel, their direction towards the feeling. Now, I'm going to start with some forest green. If you don't have forest green, you can go with a very Daimyo. I've mixed my forest green with a little bit of sap green just settling down. And so that it's not no dog. You might have noticed. I'm just using one direction to paint the field's direction of the lines. So just follow the lines of the fields whilst you're painting. I'm going to start adding a fuel dog strokes for that. I'm directly going on though forest green. Now I'm just going to faint or whether the lines of the fields. And I'm doing this so wise so that there are no harsh lines as of now. And I'm slowly going to march the Fordist clean with the background green as well. Now I'm just going to wait for my fields to dry. Before we start adding their needles. Our field has dried and now we can start adding the media. I'm going to use a brush that has a fine tip to add my details. I'll first start with some forest green. And then I'm going to go over the lines of the fields. The lines have to be very rough. You don't have to make it exact as these are fields. And because of the international forum, there'll be a literal. And just make it look more natural. I'm not drawing the lines completely horizon line. Even if I'm doing that. Just because I'm using the tip of my brush, the lines up very thin. And now my brushes dry. And I have some for disagreeing on my dry brush. So I'm just going to use the dry brush technique to add a few strokes. And then I'm gonna take a little bud off water and slowly move them along with the background. I'm going to be the process. I get their desired outcome. Once we're done with the Fordist screen on the fetus, lead weird footed, don't dry land. We'll just start adding a few bushes on the horizon line. I've started from the right side of the horizon line and move towards the underside. I'm using only forest green for the bushes right now. Now let's come back to the fields and add a few days. For this, I'm going to take my white wash and again, I'm just going to use my fine brush. I'm going to slowly make some lines and add a few strokes to indicate the grass on the fears. I'm going to take some forest green and add a few grasses first. I'm again drawing the grasses in their direction off. Once we're done making the grass with foreigners green, we'll start using some white gouache to add. If you don't have a white quash, you can also use a white band to know are the same on pasta beans or acrylic veins, and even watercolors. Our class project is now ready and I'm slowly going to peel off the masking tape. Please make sure that you're painting has dried. Before you do this. I hope you've enjoyed the ending this class project with me. And I'm going to see you tomorrow with another video. 7. Class Project 5 Blooming Poppies: Welcome to another class project, blooming poppies. Let's start by db now. Now, people from all the edges. Now let's look at the colors that we'll be needing. We'll be using some ways green, some ultramarine blue sometimes, and some sap green, and some black. Using a pencil and a scale, I will draw our horizon line. Let's start with this guy. I started lying and even born of water on the sky. I'm using a round brush to paint the sky. I'll start with some voice and then slowly add it to my sky. Uneven few whitespaces to indicate the clouds. Again, this guy is also supposed to be. Now I'm going to add so much on the mean height of Voice Dream, mix, yellow and add it to my sky. Again, I'll be adding this. Follow me, do some operates. Use some fresh water to this strokes in the sky. As we don't want any harsh strokes. Now by the time the sky is drying, we can start adding up these CO2 off. I will quit. And even Goldwater, who might seem, I will start with some sap green. My sap green is bought it. And I'll add a few doctrines of the sap. Green is where the lithium. Now I mix some black to my sack theme and make a fuel source indicating that grassy area. So it's important to have a lot of different tones in the fields, as we will show a demo once we start making our Bobby's. Once my sky has dried, I'll add some black to my ultramarine blue for my mouth. And start from the right side of the bay, both to make the first mountain. Now I am using a being rushed to outline my mountain. If you're not comfortable using a being, you can also outline it with a pencil first and then start filling in the shadows slowly. For my second mountain, I'm going to add some sap green with a lot of black to get adopted in Kahlo. Since this mountain is full of bushes and trees, change is going to be green in follow. And I'm going to draw this mountain on the left-hand side of my people. By the time we've drawn the mountains are fields have also dried. Now while use the same color of the second pumping to add a few VDS, do my field. I am just going to make a few strokes again to indicate the grasses. These outward that goes strokes. I'm using a brush that has a fine tip. And just by using the FIFO, gosh, I've learned to meet these tools and also add some yellow. On the border must might be the shorter depth. I am going to splatter some green. And now I'm going to clean my brush and day some freshwater. And that I'm lambda retinal my fees. We don't want to see any harsh lines. That's why I'm going to splatter some Waldo. By the buying, our fields are drying. We can add a few words to our sky. I'm using my black for this. If you're not comfortable using a being rushed to draw the birds, you can also use a latch and bend or a blackboard event could do the same. Now let's start making of your copies. I'm going to take some Thompson on my brush. And I'm going to start meeting or few dots. Since these four b's are far away from us, we won't be able to see their needs. We normally be able to see some red dots are some dead spots from 50 students. And that's what we are going to show in our painting. I'm using my size four brush for this as we keep coming close. So I've started making a few flowers to indicate the poppies. Again, since I'm ANDing is on focusing too much on the details, these flowers will be abstract, mostly what we tried to make it as real as possible. I'm just going to combine a few strokes to make one. These are really small strokes. Once I finish making all the flowers, I'm also going to splatter some things into my feet. Again to indicate those small buds. And now I'm going to take some black and add it to my bobby. Do indicate the stand-off the poppies. I'm just going to do some atoms then on my brush again and just fill in a few areas with some small dots. I'm stacking on some black ink sit together and make a dark theme color. And I'm just going to draw the stems of the poppy flowers just to define them. And I'll also make of human needs. So our painting is now ready. These weird for it to dry completely before you'll be off the masking tape. I hope you've enjoyed being in this beautiful RB field with me. And I'll see you the model with another video. 8. Class Project 6 Evening Sunset: Welcome to the next class project, the evening sunset. Let's start by doubling down on people from all the edges. Let's look at the cash flows that will be needing for the class. We'll be needing yellow, some cadmium yellow, orange, some crimson. Sample ocean blue, and some dioxane beaucoup. You'll also be needing some black. You'll also be needing a white wash. Again, if you don't have a white quash, you can use a white watercolor, a white poster bean, or even a white acrylic. Now let's start sketching. I'll be using a pencil to make an outline of my mountain. I will start by applying and even coat of water to my sky area. I have taken a round brush and I'm going to outline the sun first, went my Sennelier yellow. And now I start applying some sand and a yellow to my sky. And now I'm going to start with my cadmium orange and I'll try to blend with each other. You just have to add strokes. Now I started taking some crimson. I'd started lending some crimson with my cadmium orange. Now I'll take my abortion blue and I started applying to the top portion of the sky. I'll add a few strokes in the middle portion of the sky as well. But please make sure that you don't add too much of the ways or they'll be a green mixture in the sky as yellow and blue when mixed together, they make or green. So we don't want any green colors on this guy. I'm adding some dioxazine, purple blue to the sky as well. Again, I'll mix the dioxazine purple but with my crimson. And then also add some strokes down. We don't have to add too many strokes whilst we're coming downwards as we'll get a Monte Carlo. And we don't want that to happen. Since some of the ILO has gone into. Sun area. I will just clean my brush and I'll pick some color from that barred using my clean brush. And now we're just going to wait for the sky area to dry a little tilde in. We can start working on the mountain. I'm still only going to apply some cadmium orange on one part of the mountain. Since this BOD is the closest to the sun, it will usually be a literal brownish in color. So I'm going to start with cadmium orange. And now I see some black and I'll slowly module with the cadmium orange. I'm slowly going to outline my mountain. Since we're not using any buoyancy. And l will try to make abdominis Carlo using the same colors that we use with the sky. So I've taken some crimson and I'm going to mix it with the black to get a brown color. I'll just go a little bit, although the cadmium orange as well as it's still bright right now I'm mini do settler down. So our painting has dried. And now I'm just gonna day some black and go over the mountain one. And I have mixed a little bit of black to my crimson to get a brown color. And I'm slowly going to outline the mountain. Now I'm going to take a little bit of whitewash on my brush. Just make sure that ideal white fellow is not a watery. And I'm going to splatter some stars on my painting. And I also add some white wash to the sun. After adding the white gouache brush, I'll add some yellow as well. They allow is very watery. I haven't taken a lot of pigment. I'm going to add a few boards to the sky using the black color. If you're not comfortable using a brush to make the birds, you can also use or lower band or black gel pen for this upbeat ending Israeli. Please wait for it to dry completely before you peel off the masking tape. And I hope you've enjoyed painting this today. I'll see you tomorrow with another class project. Until then, stay safe. 9. Class Project 7 The Sunup Plains (Part 1): Welcome to the next class project, the sun up planes. Let's start by taping down, up Eva from all the edges. Using a pencil. I will sketch a meadow and a small plane. Now let's look at the calories that you will be needing for this project. We'll be using lemony yellow, some burnt sienna, forest green, ultramarine blue, and some black. And you'll also be needing a white color wash. Again, if you don't have a white quash, you can use white poster beans, quite accurately cleans, or even white watercolors. So let's start by applying an even coat of water to our sky area. I am going to mix a little bit of lemon yellow with a burnt sienna to get a little bit of light or Coca-Cola. And start from the bottom of this guy. Once I have applied the lemon yellow and the fluency and I make sure I'm going to use some water to blend the colors in the sky. Now, I'll take some ultramarine blue and apply it to the top portion of my sky. And I slowly blend the same with some water. Don't want much, the blue and the yellow too much. We don't want to see any gain low in the sky. I am going to add a little bit of burnt sienna to my lemon yellow to get a doc or Coca-Cola. And since my yellow is still wet on the Beagle, I'll start adding some strokes to indicate the clouds. Now I will start adding some ultramarine blue clouds to my sky. Slowly blend the same with some water. Hi. I'll just wait for a minute or two for my sky to try, especially the yellow area so that we can start working on the next part of the binding and take some burnt sienna on my brush and start outlining a mountain. If you are not comfortable using a paint brush to outline your mountain, you can first, it was a Benson and then start filling in the Palo. Since this model is far away from us, it's going to be. So I'm just going to add the bonds, the inoculum for none off my mountain. And then I'm going to match the same using some water. Now I'll be adding a little bit of black to my mountain. Now let's make the other mountain. I mixed a little bit of ultramarine blue and some black to my bowl and sienna. And now I start making my second mountain. I'm going to outline it first. And now I slowly start filling in the mountain. 10. Class Project 7 The Sunup Plains (Part 2): Once you have for linear Mountain, your day some white gouache on your brush, and start adding a few highlights to our mountain. Once we have done that, Let's take some forest green on our palate to make a few small trees. I'm going to make some small lines to indicate the trees. Since the tree is a far away from us, we don't need to add too many medias to them. Now let's start with the grassland area. I'm just going to apply an even coat of water to my grassland area. First, I'm going to start applying some lemon yellow. Now I'm going to take a little bit of the forest green and modulate and blend it with lemon yellow. And just adding a few strokes to the grassland area. I have mixed some lemon yellow to my Fordist to get a light green color. Now let's start with the adult. I'm going to start with a light green color that we've made. And now we'll add some lemon yellow. I'm using the wet-on-dry technique for building that plane area. Now I'll just take a little bit of forest green in its original form. And I don't feel dark strokes to all my model. I have mixed some lemon yellow with some warm CNR to get our light or Coca Cola. And I'm going to use that Domenico few bushes. Ensembles has added yellow to green to make a few trees and bushes. Now, I'll use some small strokes to indicate the grasses. I may get out Blaine on my plane. And just to show the direction of the blend as plateaus some photos to green. Now, I'm going to take my white wash domain though when I'm using white gouache total saucer that we have defined this by the way. And then on that, Megan start adding a few. Since the windows are usually white, we don't need to add too many colors, just shadows. I have mixed some white wash with my black to make a light gray color. And I'm going to slowly apply that on one side of the windmill to indicate a shadow. I've made some dark gray color by adding black to my white quash. And I'm going to use that to make the fan off though when men. Now I'm going to add a few highlights to the fans using my white gouache and use some forest green now to show the shadow of my windmill on the grassland area. I'm just defining the fans and the windmill on our class project is now ready. And I hope you've enjoyed painting this beautiful landscape with me. Please don't forget to wait for your painting to dry before you peel off the masking tape. And I'll see you tomorrow with another video. 11. Class Project 8 The Gloaming Fields: Welcome to the next class project, the gloaming fields. Let's start by laying down our people. Now let's look at the colors that we'll be needing for the class project. We'll be using Sennelier, yellow, magenta, 70, Orange, dioxin, bubble, forest green, and some black. Using a pencil on a scale. I'll draw my horizon line. Now let's start applying and even called afforded to the sky. Using my brush. I'll just make a small circle indicating the sun. If you're not comfortable using a paint brush to do this, you can also outline it first with a pencil. I'm starting with Santa, no, yellow. If you feel you're Carlos going inside the circle, just wash your brush, clean it, and just pick some colors from that area. Now I'm going to take some San Antonio orange and I'll slowly blended with the Santa no yellow. Now I'm going to take some magenta and I'm going to add it to my audience. And making a few strokes here and there. I won't be blending the colors that much as we want all the colors to be visible. And we also wanted to see a few soft strokes in the sky. Now I'm going to go back and take some orange. My paper has dried. Hence, I'm going to merge the orange with some clean water. And I'm taking some magenta. And I'm just going to make some small strokes. Now I'm going to do some dioxazine purple. And I'll start applying the dioxane Bhopal from the top corner. Slowly introduced to the sky. Just make some soft strokes. Using some motto. Try to match the orange and the purple. Mix them too much. As we might get a muddy shade that we don't want in the sky. I'm just using some clean water to manage both Delgado. You might not have to do this. If you'll be a goal has not dried since my paper has dried. Hence, I'm just taking some clean water and margin border colors. I've just taken some orange and I'm adding a few strokes. Now using poeple, I'll be adding a few strokes. We just wait for this guy to dry completely. Dylan will just start painting the field. Since the gallows are the same, we can at least give a base through RVUs. So I've started applying some water to the field area. I'm using a size eight brush now. We'll start with some orange. And now I started playing some magenta and blended with the orange. I want the blending mode, the colors completely. And now I'm going to honest green and add it to my field. If you don't want to have forest green, you can also go with the viridian, you non-water day some purple and just either do the green, just make sure that you leave orange space a little so that it can indicate the reflection. Now we'll just wait for the sky and the fields to dry completely. And our sky has also dried. Now I'm just going to mix a little bit of water into my bubble to make it a little watery and light. And we're gonna make a mountain using that color. I don't want the barbell to be too vibrant. So once we have made our mountain, we'll just give it a minute to dry completely and we'll start drawing the bushes on the horizon line. So I've taken some folders to put in and now start making some bushes. Once we reach in the middle of the paper will be using orange to draw the bushes. Do shoulder flexion of the sun. And L Obviously merge The orange with the analysis so that they are not different parts and they look like one bush. Now we can start working on our fears. I'm going to take some burnt sienna and mix it with no Betadine you to get a darker yellow for fields. Using my fine brush. And just by using that above my brush, I'm gonna make of your strokes to indicate the grass. And now I'm going to splatter some paint onto the field area. Since the fields are giving a little abstract look, we won't be adding to my knee, find the details to them. Now. I'm going to take some black and make some boards using the black color. And our class project is ready. Make sure you peel off the masking tape or new when you're painting has dried completely. I hope you've enjoyed painting this landscape with me and I'll see you in the model. 12. Class Project 9 By the Lake: Welcome to the next class project by the lake. Let's start by taping down are people from all the edges. Now let's look at the colors that we'll be needing for this class. We'll be using some dioxazine purple, some Cielo bloom, some siloed green light, some olive green, black, some Sennelier yellow, and will also be needing a white quash. So now let's get started using a pencil and a scale. I'll be drawing my horizon line. And, and also be sketching the grass area. I'll be using a flat brush to paint my sky. Now let's supply and even coat of water through the sky area. I'll start with some sailor blue. I'm going to apply so yellow-blue in a horizontal way. Now while the exam dioxazine purple and add it to this guy, I'll blend mode the colors. Well, by the time our sky is drying, we can add obeys kneel to the grassland area. I'll apply some water to it, a grassland area. And then I'll apply some sap green. I'll be leaving a small portion on the left-hand side so that the sky and the grass don't mind. Now I'll just take some forest green. I'll add some black to my sap green to make it dark. And I slowly apply some sharks in more detail. We won't be covering the entire grassland with the dark tones, just the bottom. So this guy and the grass area have dried. And now I'm going to add the mountains to the sky area. Iba, adding a little bit of black to my yellow, blue together, dark color. I'll outline my modern forced. Again, if you're not comfortable outlining the mountain windowpane brush, you can use events that are to do that. And then fill in the Gallo. Now I'll take some white gouache brush and start adding highlights to the mountains. And make sure you don't mix the white and the blue will just wait for the mountain area to dry. Okay, So Amanda media has dried and now we can add one more small hill in front of the mountain. This color looks like black, but it's a mixture of. Olive green and some black mix together. I'm making a few award a ghost strokes to indicate there are some bushes on that hill. We'll just wait for a minute to let the hill also dry. Now we'll be painting the reflection area. And just going today some say low blue. I'm going to be using the wet-on-dry technique for the reflection. I'll apply some sailor blue and day some freshwater and start marching the Gallo. Nowadays, some dioxazine purple and added to that affliction area. And logic are littered with water. And while study area is still wet, we'll be adding the reflection of the mountains. I'm just adding a little bit of black to my sailor blue again. I'll just draw a few small lines to indicate the reflection of the mountain. I'll just draw a few small lines to indicate the reflection of the mountain. I'm just adding a little bit of black. I'm for the heel, I'll be using this app Glean and the black mixture that we made. I'm just drawing off your world. It goes strokes. And then I'm going to blend it with some freshwater. And now we can start with our grassland area. I'll just wait for a minute so that the reflection area has dried. And then we can start working on the grassland area. So again, I've added some black to my sap green, but it's going to be lighter than the color we used for the Hill. And I start making a few bushes. Again, I'm using the brush that has defined deploy the bushes. I'll also start adding some grasses with the same color. And now we can start working on the mean grassy area. I'll be mixing a little bit of sap green to the same mixture to make it a little light. And I'll start making of your world. It goes strokes to indicate the grasses. Yeah. Now I have mixed some white, wash it the same color to get a light green color. And I'll start making losses using the same. Now, I'll add some more black to my sap, green to get their darkest color. And I'll just add that Gallo in a few areas of the grass. Now, we need to make the color for the flowers. I'll take some dioxazine purple and add a little bit of white gouache stored so that we get a light color. I'm going to start by adding a few dots off the main color. Since the flowers are far from us, we'll only be able to see or fewer dots or spots. As we come closer, we can start making the flowers. I'm just combining a few vertical strokes to make the flowers. I will plateau some violet just to make the grass look more fully. Now, I'll just take some black and make a few stems for the flowers. Now I'm going to take some Santa Maria law for our descender of the flowers. And I'm going to add smart odds to the flowers to indicate this n dope. One of the most important thing is we have to add a moon. So I'll just take some whitewash. Using the white quash, I'll start making my moon. I'll also add some white to the horizon line to indicate the difference between the mountain and the water. Very thin line. You can also use a white band for this. Our landscape is ready. Please wait for the binding to dry completely before you build off the masking. Dave, I hope you've enjoyed painting this landscape and I'll see you tomorrow with another video. 13. Class Project 10 The Bare Tree: Welcome to the class project, the bear tree. Let's start by dipping down are people from all the edges using a pencil. I will just roughly sketch of horizon line. Now let's look at the colors that we'll be needing for the class project. You'll be using some Sennelier orange, some dioxazine, purple, some books, and some black, some glue and some subtree will also be needing some whitewash. Now let's start applying and even heard of Bordeaux to the sky area. I'll start with. The sky is also galaxy. Hence, I'm just leaving some white space in there. I have some agenda. I forgot to mention this guy. And this guy. If you'll see it's dry, then you can add some water to mix the Carlos. I'm also using some see a little bit. And now I've taken some gems in and I'm mixing it with this a little bit. I'm willing to wait the other side of the paper because I'm going to start with orange again. I'm not going to make the bush and the orange. Anwar to see you on Monday. She now I've taken some crimson and I'm adding it in between the real and the orange to that imbalance Carlo. I'll just add that in. I get the desired outcome. Using stem war. I'm adding some dioxazine purple now. Now we'll just wait for the sky area to dry completely. So our sky area has dried. And now we can start working on the grass or the land area. I'm just going to apply some water to that bar. We start with someone sienna. I am mixing some black to my sap green and I'm using it with the blend sienna. I'm using for just getting in. Now, if you don't want to have water screen, you can go with every day new. Or you can also add some lactose are put in and add a little bit of purple and then use it for the land. I just take my whitewash and sliders. And this guy, I have added a little bit of black in my ocean blue for the mountains. And outline the mountain first. And then start filling in the yellow. Again, if you're not comfortable outlining the mountain with obeying rush, you can use a pencil to outline the mountain first. For my second mountain, I have added sample should be blue and some black to the bond sienna. Yes, I do add obey tree. Now. I'm taking some whitewash and I added to my blotchy and now I'm using a fine brush to make my map. I'm going to start with the back of the chain. Now let's take someone sienna. And this theme. Now let's start. Or few branches. I have made some more black and white ones. You get a dark brown color. I just keep adding. I'll see you. On was elected boss my brush for this. Hence, I'm getting some fine lines. Okay. Okay. Let's finish. I'm using and I don't see I don't like to be I mean, okay. Now I'm taking some back and I'm adding a few branches. So I'm just going to add fastest in Japan. For this amusing. I'm just going to splatter some color to the down. Our class project is ready. Please make sure that you wait for the painting to dry completely before you be lost them ascii day. I hope you enjoyed painting this galaxy sky BIG with me. And as the older model with another video. 14. Class Project 11 Riverside Realm: Welcome to the next class project, the Riverside. Let's start by dipping down how people from all the edges. Now let's quickly look at the colors that we'll be needing for the class project. We'll be using some turquoise, green, some ultramarine blue, lemon yellow, yellow, green, light, sap green, some black. And will also be needing a white one of wash. Again, if you don't have a whitewash, you can use white goes to beans or right after an exam password. So now let's get started. Zinc or pencil. My horizon line. And now I'm going to make a rough sketch indicating a level. Now let's start with this guy. Let's start by applying any order for this guy. I'm using my size. And this start a blank screen to the sky. Using the boy is green and this guy gives this guy a more fresh law. Now are starting with some marginal, but he knew. And I just add a few strokes in the sky are the same Carlo I learned apply too much color to the sky. Now we can start painting the grassland area near literal. But it I'm asking is drying. We'll just apply obese Leo. I'll be using the wet-on-dry technique to add the VCO of the grass. So I'm starting with lemon yellow. I'm not using the wet on wet technique to clean this area as I don't want my colors to flow into edible or even launch with this guy. Lemonade knows the base color, hence, I'll be applying it to my end value, grassland area. If the Galapagos into their area, please try do it. And moreover, just adapted with your current lender, move it or you can also use your glory. I went and applied and even on my yellow. Again, the reason why adding yellow was that the grassland looks fresh. I have some sap green to green light. Just to get on. Hello. And I'm just gonna make some slight grasses. I'm doing this is still wet. And I'm rambling, delete grasses and just drawing them dropped. Now I add in some more, but I'm just the classes so that they don't have a definite shape. So now we can start working on it makes some sap green with the Black Mountain. I'm just using that amount of work. I started by outlining it flows. Again, if you're not comfortable with outlining the outline it. First. I'm just going to again add a, B, C automatable. Again, I'm using the wet on dry technique, laggard based. So I start with some device routine. And then as you age it with some water. Now are just IR scenario somebody in the West and land. Now let's wait for the grassland area and let it go say to dry completely. Now I'm going to make some sap green with my 19 to their domain. And I will start adding a few classes to my grassland area. Now let's add a reflection of the grass using the same color. I'll just add some more water into that color to make it L and L beam sundial, which shows just a few. And I'm just going to merge it with the 10. For dimensionally will also be using a little bit of burnt sienna. I have mixed some burnt sienna, my sap green and black mixture, and I be using that color. Now using some sap green, I'm going to draw some bound. What strokes again, you indicate the reflection of the class. That's only be able to either depth to our painting. And I'm just going to slow me landed with some water. I'm going to add some drops to my table. For that, I'm using some brown and black. Again. I'm just adding some black gesture to find it off-center. I have just taken some actual money and I'm just making up your stores in the liver. And now I'm just going to get some water. Now I'll let her take some whitewash and added, just add if you will, the grassland area, a few lines. It will show the difference between the land and the water. And I'll also add some white to remember. Now let's add a Bush. Neil, I'm out. I'm using sap green for that. And I'd also add some grasses. Now I take some lemon yellow and add it. Do I wish this and the other mountains and are just march the median and the lemon yellow and mix it with someone else. Now, I'm just going to add a few bullets. Happy ending is ready. Please wait for it to dry completely before you peel off the masking tape. I hope you enjoyed painting this beautiful essay with me. And as the intramodal that they're not a big deal.