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5 Days of Underwater Exploration with Watercolors

teacher avatar Nilam Roy, Watercolor & Gouache Artist

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14 Lessons (1h 57m)
    • 1. Hello & Welcome Back

      2:41
    • 2. Materials Required

      3:40
    • 3. Revisting Techniques

      11:05
    • 4. Color Palatte & Technique

      4:50
    • 5. Day 1 : Underwater Glow

      13:03
    • 6. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 2

      5:43
    • 7. Day 2: Underwater Cave View

      12:15
    • 8. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 3

      6:31
    • 9. Day 3: Underwater Marine World

      18:28
    • 10. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 4

      3:25
    • 11. Day 4: Underwater Magical Creature

      14:05
    • 12. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 5

      3:59
    • 13. Day 5: Underwater Ancient Ruins

      15:17
    • 14. Final Thoughts

      1:36
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Hey Lovely People,

I am Nilam, a watercolor and a gouache artist based out of Bangalore, India. I go by the name on Instagram  Nil's Artsy Cove .

I hope you are keeping safe through this pandemic. 

This time I bring to you a watercolor class where we will be exploring the depths of oceans!!

Sounds Interesting right??

In this class, we will learn how to paint 5 different underwater ocean scenes with watercolors in a step by step process. The class will go on till 5 days and each day I will be uploading a class project daily.  

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I have included a section before each class project and explained the overall process with colors and elements with a miniature version of our project. This would help you to get ready before we jump start with our main projects each day!

This class has been structured to suit artist at any levels. 

By the end of this class you will be confident in your approach to paint underwater scenes by yourself.

So, gather your art supplies, let's just dive in and explore the depths of oceans!!

Are you ready?

Hope to see you in my class! 

Stay Safe & Happy Creating!

XoXo-

Nilam

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Nilam Roy

Watercolor & Gouache Artist

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Hello Beautiful People, 

I am Nilam Roy, a watercolor and gouache artist based out of Bangalore India. I love travelling and find solace in painting beautiful nature landscapes. I am a thalosophile and a nephophile. Crazy right? 

I can't seem to get over my obssession to paint these beautiful skies and seas!! I explore these landscapes with different mediums such as watercolor, gouache and acrylics. Watercolors and gouache has been my go to or favourite mediums to explore.

I started my art journey on social media around the end of 2019, but was too scared to post due to lack of confidence. Believe me, when I say this confidence comes only through practice and practice makes a man perfect. And today here I am much more confident in my approach. This confide... See full profile

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1. Hello & Welcome Back: The ocean stores the heart, inspires the imagination and brings it don't know joy to the soul. Rightly said by Robert trillion. And the depths of the ocean is a unique delivering world that we have Joe started to understand. There is so much more to see. There is so much more to explore about this beautiful depth and a unique world that these creatures have been living for almost thousands or even hundreds of years. Do friends. So today's class is all inspired by this depths of ocean and a unique living marine life. If you have been following me on Instagram or have taken my other Skillshare classes. You would have known how much I love painting, oceans, beaches, and water. So this class also was no exception. I was truly so inspired by this underwater expedience of mine that I decided that I'll be curating our class for you guys to be in this beautiful underwater scenes. If you're a beginner and have been always scared to attempt this underwater paintings, then I have got you covered. I will be taking you through all the necessary steps and techniques that are required to create this beautiful projects in this five days. Do not worry if you are feeling already intimated because I will be guiding you through at every step of the process. Each day before we begin our project, we will be doing a little warm up exercise where we will be discussing about the color palette that we are going to be using for our class projects as well as learn to feed the elements are the subjects in not painting. So by the end of this five days, anyone who joins me in this class will be so much more confident about their approach. Then painting underwater scenes with watercolors. So come join me and let's kickstart journey to underwater world together. 2. Materials Required : Let's quickly take a look at the materials required for coming to people. This is people pad from arches. This is fine quality people, which is a 100 percent cotton and 300 GSM and thickness. This is roughly an A3 size which is ten into 12 inch. And this is also called breast and fine-grained textured paper. Now, come moving onto brushes. We will be using these brushes. I'll be using quite a few brushes for the projects. But mostly I'll be using this three by four and show wash brush from Princeton Neptune series. Now this is another o Angular shader brush from Princeton. In case if you are not having any angular shear brush, you could also go for this often in synthetic flat brush. This is also from Princeton velvet dot series. And the other brushes will refuel round brushes and a stroke brush, which is also half an inch. These round brushes are from silver black velvet size number 4 and 8. So next, moving on to leaves, we'll be using a pencil and eraser and scale or a ruler. But I don't think so. We will be using ruler that often. Next is masking deeps. And then moving on to the very important part that does the colors. Since this is an underwater series. So mostly we will be going with sheets, different shades of blues. I'll be mixing and matching different brands of blues. I'll be going ahead with white names and using the shades of blue from White Plains as well as though blues from Mozilla mission goals. So for each of the colors I will be describing before the start of each and every project. So you need not worry about them. Okay? Apart from the shades of blue, we will be needing a white quash. Now if you don't have a whitewash along with you, you could go ahead and use white watercolor or acrylic paint or poster paint. Next is a ballot. I am, you're using leaf-shaped ballad. You can go ahead and use any ballad that is available with you. Next week would be needing some tissue taboos. So instead of tissue travel, you could also use this rag of clot or a double. And since I have not in any sofas, flat surface stats might be better because I have of people bad with me. So I'll be just steeping down the people. On the pad itself. Next is two jars of clean water. Make sure that you have at least one jar of clean water by your side. Last but not least, we will be using masking fluid now, we will be using this for some of our projects, not all of them, so don't worry about it. I will also tell you how to go around the masking fluid if you do not have it available with you. So that's it. 3. Revisting Techniques: Let's quickly revisit some of the basic watercolor techniques. Now this techniques I had explained in a very great detail manner in my previous watercolors, sunsets, he escapes class. So if you want, you can go check it out this section. But don't worry, I have got to covered in this class as well since we are going to revisit our recap again, all those techniques learned in a previous class. So first, I'll be starting out with the wet-on-wet technique now, wet on wet technique means applying wet paint onto your vet's office, that is your people. So this technique is very famous and most commonly used technique. So you guys are all familiar with this technique. This is mostly used to create beautiful background washes or gradient washes. Now moving on to wet-on-dry technique. In this technique you apply wet paint on a dry surface, that is how people, this technique allows you to have more control. And hence, this technique is greatly employed or used for adding textures or any details to your existing painting. Now let's take a look at the most important and interesting effect that we are going to learn. And this technique section, which is creating beautiful textures using salt, yes, salt is, will be the magic ingredient. It's absolutely magical and mesmerizing to see how the salt creates such beautiful textures on your painting, giving it different magical outlook. So one important thing is you should have a control on the amount of water that is there on your people and being in order for you to get proper results with the solid texture. Now, solid texture also depends on the type of people that you are using. I have experimented quite a lot with salt. And I found that solved. We're doesn't work that great with tetrapod people to do, but people you have to apply lake a lot bigger amounts or you say a lot more amount of salt in order to get the texture even then, the texture is not that prominent in those papers, but yeah, this all defect will be easily rendered in a machine. Pressed, cold pressed papers hadn't met papers. Usually the salt externa is little difficult to get. You need to experiment and check out on your own to see how well it works, because different peoples will give you different results. Now I will go ahead and add in a little bit darker tonal values underneath those rocks, all that I have placed so that it creates a beautiful texture with the tonal contrast of colors. So this is the trick and also one important tip. When you bring in contact your brush with the salt, make sure that you clean your brush properly. After the application orders, it might just damage the bristles. Moving on to our next technique, which is this flattering technique. Now in splattering technique, the main trick is to do this technique when your paper is still wet. Yes, you can either go wet on wet or you can either do this technique using wet-on-dry method. You're I'm showing you wet-on-dry mattered because there will be proper control of water on my people. Since I told you bought for salt effect and even for this splattering technique where you want to achieve blooms on new people, it is important that you exercise control on the amount of water that is their own new people. So I even don't wet on dry. But yes, you can also do this technique with wet-on-wet to as you can see here, I dabbed off the extra amount of water that was there on my brush and they just splattered those water droplets on the people. Since I wanted some tiny misty effect. So I dabbed off the extra water from the paper, from my brush and then went ahead and splatters this. So you can see the water has dispersed the paint out from the people and creating this beautiful blooms. Moving on to our next technique, which is a glazing technique. Now glazing technique is commonly used to create details onto your painting. For example, maybe doing some highlights for your Doors, windows, or any other painting which you need to do some depth or shadow effect or to create some highlights. You can go ahead and do this glazing technique. Basically, use a lighter color. And then you lead that lighter color with the darker tone to create the sense of depth and also to highlight those areas. So this is what the glazing technique is all about. The next technique is a dry brush technique. So I dab off the extra from my brush door tissue towel, and I just grabbed my brush onto this textured cold press paper. So first and you see the baton that I get is the dry brush technique. Now moving on to the next technique, which is the lifting technique. I will be showing you how you can do lifting technique with three different brushes. You note so that you have a proper idea of this technique. Basically, you will lift off paint from the paper. Now this technique can be done with the help of the brush, just like how am showing or you could use tissue W also to dabble the extra paint from the surface of the paper or liftoff the pain from the surface of the paper. So this can be done in two ways. We will be using this technique to lift up the paint and create this wave-like patterns for our underwater scene or underwater class projects. In the next example, I will be showing you how to create sundries using this technique. So I'm applying the paint onto the surface and this technique has to be done when people are this offices didn't read because once the surface is dry, you will not be able to lift off the colors, especially the staining pigment. It will be impossible to lift off the colors from the beeper ones the paper has dried. So as you can see, I'm lifting out though, paint from the people with the help of my brush. And every time that a lift of the pain from the people cleaning the brush in this tissue double. You can also clean your brush in clean jar of water and then dab it on our tissue towel and then again, start lifting the colors so that you get this clean, sharp rays. So this is the technique that we will be using very frequently for coming class projects. Here in the next example, we will be seeing how we can do this lifting process with the help of an angle shadow brush or a flat brush. Now if you don't have an angle shader brush with you do not do early. You can do the same process using a flat brush. So for the flat brush, the only difference will be that you'll have to lift out the colors using the flatted or the tip of the brush. Now for an angle shader brush, as you can see, it is already angled, so I'll be using the tip. And every time that a lift the colors, I'll be cleaning the brush by diving into either under tissue double or cleaning it in a jar of water and dabbing it on the tissue where double or people. Now every time that you do this step, make sure that you go back and clean brush and then pull out the colors. Because if you don't clean your brush, you will again for the colors back and do the areas where you have lifted out the colors so you will not get a clean finish. Now as I have told earlier too, if you do not have this angle shader brush, do not worry. You can do the same technique with the help of a flat brush. Using the tip of the flat brush, you can just pull out the colors like I have shown using this flat shader or the angle shader brush. Hope all these techniques are very clear to you because we will be using each one of these techniques for creating a class projects. Now you can take off the salt that has already dried on the people. So make sure that you always take off the salt after the painting has dried orbitals you will smudge effect or the textures that you have obtained using the salt if the background is still wet. 4. Color Palatte & Technique: Before we move on to our class project one, let's quickly take a look at the colors and the techniques that we will be using for our class project. For this project, I have chose colors which are in the sheet, so blues and greens. So the first that I am going ahead is a bright blue. Instead of bright blue. You could also go ahead and use civilian blue or cobalt blue of your choice. The next color is emerald green. Now if you do not have emerald green, you could use little bit of viridian hue and mix it with little bit of blue to get closer looking shade to emerald green. The next color is the cobalt, turquoise blue. So in order to make this color, you can use two parts of settled in blue and one part of emerald green to get a sheet which is closer to the shade of turquoise blue. Now next we will be going ahead and using some of that Prussian blue. And another color that I will be swatching out is ultra marine blue. Now don't worry if you're not have Prussian blue, you could use any darker tones of blue to go ahead and do this project. Let's quickly take a look at the technique section which we will be using for creating our class project 1. First, that you can see is I'm going completely wet on wet. And for that, I am wetting my people initially with a fresh coat of water and then layering my paint on top of that area. Bear in mind this project needs to be done in a very fast pace because we need to do the steps before our deeper starts drying out. But don't worry if your paper has started to dry out, you can wait for the paper to get completely dried. And then again, re-read the people using clean coat of water and then start doing again. The other steps. I will suggest you to observe me doing the steps because when you observe, you learn things much faster rather than the audio. Or du is just an assistance for you to not get lost in the way. So I hope you are following me through. I am using your slanted motions of the brush and creating a depth in the ocean. I have first went with the lighter color and then now I'm going ahead and darkening the bottom area of the ocean. We are creating this effect so that when we pull out the colors using the lifting technique, the rays will look much more sharper and look smoother than DO. Lifting technique is done on the wet, on wet background. So every time that I'm lifting this colors out in the form of rays. As you can see, I'm dabbing my brush clean and this tablet that I have, you could use a paper towel or tissue people to dab your brush clean. So before you go ahead and lift out the colors from the next ideas, always make sure to keep your brush clean. Known before your people starts drying out. Use a round brush and create smaller strokes with the help of your brush and generate this weaves. This has to be done on wet, on wet, because if your paper has dried out, your weaves will not look smooth, but will have a distinct sharp edge to it. Because this is an underwater painting, I want the leaves to log little smoother so that there is a proper transition and the entire painting comes along. Don't worry, I'll be explaining all the steps again in our class project one, you're are the techniques, our recap of all the steps that we have gone through to create this miniature version of a project one. Hope all these clear. It is not. We will again be going through all the steps again for our very first project. So let's get started. 6. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 2: Hello guys and welcome to the second day of our underwater exploration. So let's get started with the colors and the techniques. So I'm going ahead and swatching out the colors. So we will be mainly using different shades of blue, mainly turquoise blue, bright blue, enter ton blue, Payne's gray, black and maybe a bit of white quash that also are then subjected to if you are not having masking fluid with you, then maybe you will need though, white quash. Okay. So apart from this colors that I'm swatching out, you could also go ahead and use different alternative colors like instead of bright blue, you could use Sara Lee and blue or cobalt blue, ultramarine blue, Prussian blue. So go ahead with lighter tones and darker tones of blue. Now, I have swatch toed boot Payne's gray and black. So you go ahead and choose either of this color, whatever is available with you. Now, this is the painting that we will be covering in our day 2 of underwater exploration. So let's quickly take a look at the techniques that we will be using. First, I'll be wetting my paper because yes, we will be doing wet on wet for this project to now in underwater. Main trick is this wet-on-wet technique that we will be doing because we are painting water and we want that color transitions to be smooth. So yes, Like the previous project also your we would be using a lighter shade of blue and a darker shade of blue. The darker shade of blue will represent the deeper side of the ocean. That is the, that will denote the depth of the ocean. And lighter blue would denote the surface area of the ocean leg where the light is passing through. Okay, I hope that is clear now. Now as you can see, I'm going ahead and with the slanted motion of my brush, I am doing this streaks. I'm doing it like in a converging direction with just converging towards the center. I have created that curve order are kind of shape at the bottom of the cave, you could say. So. There's the water that is there and then this rays are from the bottom, it's converging. And now from the top area, I am going ahead and pulling or lifting out the colors like we had done in our previous project. And from there I am now going in are diverging direction. So yes, converging and diverging. So don't get confused by it. Okay, I hope you are observing me and following what I am trying to explain you here. As you can notice, when I'm lifting the colors, I go back and clean the tip of my brush every time that a lift colors. And then again come back and lift the colors from the other area. You're now I'm doing this flattering technique. I hope you remember this flattering technique, right? So we are just splattering tiny miniscule drops of water with the help of our brush onto the red background. So that would result in this tiny cute little blooms on those foods that you splatter this droplets of water. So this will help you to create those bubble-like shapes in the water. In case if you don't have masking fluid with you, you can go ahead and use this technique to create those bubbles that we will be creating for our project. So yeah, that's the pure. So you could use this technique to create your bubbles. Now as you can see here that I have created an outline of the cave. And for this region only, we will be using either pins gray or black. So it's up to you, whatever is available with you. You can go for either Payne's gray or black to do this. Now with the help of a liner brush. Or you could do use a brush pen if you want to do this tiny little fish structures here I'm showing you how I will be doing going ahead and doing those fish structures. So you could follow the same. I'm much more comfortable using a brush rather than the brush pen. I'm so bad with using brush pens. Ok, so now we are done with the techniques part. As you can see, we went on red, on red. We did some splattering effect, we did lifting effect. And then with the help of wet-on-dry technique, we created those tiny fishes. So I hope it's clear now that you have got a brief idea how we are going to proceed with the second project. So see you in the next lesson. 8. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 3: Hello guys. Welcome to our toward day off underwater exploration. I can't believe the hunter does a 180 the toad day. But let's get started with the colors and the techniques for this lesson. I am your quickie swatching out the colors that we will be using to create our project. The first is ultramarine blue. Now the next color that I'll be using as turquoise blue eye, you can go ahead and use any lighter shade of blue, even. You can dilute blue and use in place of turquoise blue. The next is in drug drawn blue. Now instead of andro turn blue, you can use Prussian blue or any other darker blue, and then yellow ocher, emeralds, green beans, gray, Burnt Sienna, and bright trade. And we will also be using MY green to create some of the corals. Now let's quickly take a look how we can create this quarter's and those rock structures under the water. So first, I'm going to show you wet-on-wet technique and I will be your using the sole technique. So we had already gone through this all textures in the technique section, revisiting technique section so you can go ahead and check out for a detailed explanation. Now, the other form is wet on dry, as you could see, I just went ahead and applied some wet paint on the dry paper. And then for both of those, I splattered some darker tones and then I'm splattering some salt on though with ADS so that the effect can be prominently standing out. Now if you want to add more varying tones of textures. So what you can do after layering this salt on the wet background, you can go ahead and drop-ins very darker tones underneath the salt. But make sure that whenever you do this step and your brush comes in contact with the solid, you, please go ahead and clean your brush properly. Otherwise it might draw a near Brussels. Now let's take a look how to go about this corals. So this corals will be totally on wet-on-wet technique. So treat this corridors as if you are painting some trees or shrubs. So just like how we go ahead and pin trees, we add in some shadows and darker tones and lighter tones to bring out the varying depths and the varying shades in a shrub or a bush or tree. Similar way we will be going ahead and painting this corals, as you can see now I'm adding some darker tones which are lead just like shadows or you're not the darker areas where light is not reaching. So I'll go on and step when still though background is wet. Now, I'll be using the May green now in order to obtain a similar color like me green, what you could do is you could mix little bit of lemon yellow like two parts of lemon yellow and one part of your sap green. To grade this vibrant color because along with this green, this brighter looking shade of bright RED really goes along together. Now here as you can observe, I'm doing, going ahead and doing this upward strokes because that's the shape of my codons that we had been entered. So you have to do this kind of stroke so that the corals come in form and in shape. Because once the paper dries, your brush strokes are retained on the paper and that is what gives it its shape. Now, we will be looking at how to create this unreasoned water. I think by now you have definitely gotten grabs and how to do this race. So you have to just go ahead and do it when the paper is still wet. And you have to just live the colors using the tip of your brush so you feel comfortable doing this step with a round brush. You can go ahead and do it with a round brush. There is absolutely no problem. I find it comfortable doing it with a flat brush. So I have gone ahead and done it for the flag brush. And now the next you can see I'm adding our depth to the ocean by adding darker tones of the color. This is the same thing that we have done for us again project. So this third project is a culmination of the forest and the second project, and we are learning how to create some more elements using new techniques. So you can see it's a hybrid between all the techniques learned. And we are going to implement this or not third project, so we will definitely have some fun while creating this. Now, I'll show you how you can add those smaller fishes. Now, this also we have come across in the second project. Now, you can do this with the help of a brush pen or anything that you are comfortable with. So I am, you're going with my silver black velvet size number 4 brush because this has a pointed tip. So you couldn't go and do this with the help of your liner brush as well. So it is totally up to you and what you find your comfort. So 2s that do some rough practice pieces first, see in war, you are comfortable and then go ahead with the project. The main purpose of giving you a preview of the techniques that we are going to use for our projects so that you are ready by the time when we are ready to take on our project. So I hope the elements and the techniques are clear to you. So let's get started with our toward project. 10. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 4: Hello guys, welcome to the fore of underwater exploration. So let's quickly take a look at the colors and the techniques that we would be using for this project. I'll be starting with swatching colors. So the first colors that Elvis watching is turquoise blue. Now, I'll be using various tonal values of blue and themes grid. So the other colors are Payne's gray, Prussian blue, and indigo. So turquoise, blue and Prussian blue is from Magellan Mission Gold Class watercolors, and indigo is from White Nights watercolor. So use any brand, any colors that are available with you. But if you are sticking with the blue and give you a better look and feel of the painting. Now coming to the elements part your, I have not kept too much of elements. We will be painting a simple reef fish mandatory or you know, the stingray. So any way that you feel comfortable with you can go for I am showing you how to be indistinctly. So here is the outline and how you should go about. And also your, we will be doing the soil textures, the entire, the entire painting. There will be this man, terry, distinct and Watteau and caves or rocks or pebbles that are under the water. So that's the entire elements of this painting. We will be painting this mandatory on wet-on-dry technique. Now I'm using my silver black velvet size number 4 brush to do this. But you could use any brush pen of your choice. Or if you're comfortable with doing this with a paintbrush like I'm doing here. You could go ahead and do this. Now it's time to add some detail. So for that I'm using a Jelly Roll pen now instead of a Jelly Roll pen, you could also use whitewash with your brush and just dab of white spots on it. You can either go with white or you can go with bronze or gold. So that's up to you. I have gone, you're right. So it's up to you if you want to go for golden bronze, if you want to experiment, please go ahead and experiment. So this is how it will look. We have already seen how to do the soil texture. So the entire this underwater cave part we will be doing with the help of the salt texture. So that's it about it. So see you in the next lesson where we start with that project. 12. Color Palatte & Techniques - Day 5: Hello guys, welcome back to our last and final day, or for underwater exploration. And let's quickly take a look at the color palettes and the technique that we are going to be using. First, I'm beginning out with watching the colors. So the colors that we are going to use is turquoise blue, bright blue, ultramarine blue, Prussian blue, indigo burnt umber, burnt sienna, and Payne's gray. Now if you do not have Prussian blue color, you can always substituted with any darker tones of blue or mix a little bit of black or red in your blue to get the darker tone of blue. Now, you can either use Prussian blue or you can use indigo. So we are going to create fissures like this. We have already seen how we have to create fissures. In our project. The main focus of this will be this ancient ruin or the enchanted standing monument underneath the water. So this must have been any civilization that existed and has gone underwater. So I'm quickly doing our outline here. So that helps you to get started with the main project. So you can take this as the reference and pause this when though are planed is completely finished and then you could sketch it out before you begin it begins with the main painting. In this project, we are going to learn some different kind of application with the same techniques that we have learned in the first four projects. Now, in the first project, remember, we had created this. So Glaucon window shapes and then created those rays. I would offer it exactly the same way we will be creating art. Project number 5, only difference will be heard. We will be creating a monument and their need, the water and some fishes floating in here and there. So these are the same kind of strokes that we have learned in the earlier lessons. So Project 5 is a culmination of all the four lessons that we have learned so far, the loading all the techniques. So I hope you have fun doing this project. So that's it. We are done and see you in the class project. 14. Final Thoughts: Thank you to each and everyone for joining in and painting along with me this five days underwater scenes. In this class, we learned each day on new technique and we implemented them in our paintings. I have designed the class in such a way that even a Wagner called Jeuland and have fun along painting this beautiful underwater scenes. This underwater class has been inspired by my own experience underwater, and hence this class is very close to my heart. I hope you have enjoyed this as much as I loved creating this beautiful underwater scenes. If you have loved this class, I would like to hear from you want exactly made this class so beautiful and exciting for you guys. Do drop in a review and let me know which one is your favorite project. And I can't wait to see what you create and do upload your projects in the projects gallery. I would love to share them on my Instagram stories. Feel free to drop in your solutions on any topics that you want to learn from me. In future classes, I would take a note of them and try to incorporate them in my next class until then, stay safe and happy painting. See you again in my next class.