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Acrylic Painting: How To Paint A Monsoon Landscape

teacher avatar Debasree Dey, Acrylic Artist

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (1h 15m)
    • 1. Welcome!

    • 2. Art Supplies

    • 3. Step 1: Color Block The Sky

    • 4. Step 2: Color Block The Field

    • 5. Step 3: Second Layer

    • 6. Step 4: Flower Field

    • 7. Step 5: Grasses At The Bottom

    • 8. Step 6: Tress & Leaves On Top

    • 9. Step 7: The Sunflowers

    • 10. Step 8: The Birds

    • 11. Step 9: The Raindrops

    • 12. Final Words

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About This Class


Are you a rain lover? Do u love watching rain? How about painting a beautiful monsoon landscape?

I find a lot of joy and peace of mind during the rainy days. And during this year's monsoon time, there wasnt much to do but stay locked down inside the home. So as i was watching the rain pour outside, I created this painting.

In this class, you will learn my process of painting this monsoon landscape. You will also learn the techniques of creating multiple layers & textures using acrylic colors.

This class is for beginners. Even if you have never painted in acrylics before, you will be able to create this painting following my step by step guidance.


1. Acrylic Paints (listed below)
2. Canvas Paper / canvas board / stretched canvas / wood / oil painting paper / watercolor paper
3. Brushes - 1 flat brush and 1 small round brush for detail work
4. A plate - something to mix paint on
5. Water
6. Tissue paper

Colors I used in this class:

1. Titanium White
2. Chrome Yellow
3. Dark green
4. Burnt Umber
5. Orange
6. Crimson Red
7. Black

By the end of this class you should feel confident in your ability to create this painting.

I recommend this class for everybody - no prior art experience is necessary. If u haven't painted in a long time and wanting to brush up your skills or if u haven't found anyone to mentor you in your creative journey,  or if you are not sure you will be able to paint, or if you just want to paint pretty landscapes just to feel good - this class is for you.

Look forward to seeing you in the class


If you are new here, do check out my other classes and create masterpieces:

How To Paint An Abstract Forest Landscape

How To Paint Sunset Reflections

How To Paint A Realistic Seascape

How To Paint A Monsoon Landscape

How To Paint A Landscape From A Photograph

How to Paint Autumn Landscape with Knife

How to Paint Sunrays Through Window


You can purchase all the items I use by clicking on this link.

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Hi, my name is Deb. I'm a self-taught artist, acrylic art guru and a creative entrepreneur based out of Pune, India. Academically, I've done MS from BITS Pilani, worked in corpor... See full profile

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1. Welcome!: Hi, beautiful soul was from a wrong awarded with them to another equity painting or lie tutorial. My name is Deb and I am an odd is odd puny in India. I had been teaching occupationally for the past five years. Before that, I used to work in ID. I quit my job to pursue my passion in odd, active D2 painting to others. In these past five years, I have taught more than 6 thousand people how to paint, and 90% of them have never lifted a paintbrush in her life before. So they come to my class and pick up a paint brush first-time. And they create a beautiful painting at the end of two hours. After getting lots of positive feedback from my physical classes, I decided to take my glasses online so that it can reach everywhere in the world. If you're someone who was new to painting or who had, who was new to. Actually, you are at the right place because we the step-by-step guidance that I'm going to keep you, you will be able to create this beautiful painting at the end of the session. So in today's class, I'm gonna be teaching you how to be in this beautiful monsoon landscape. This is a big thing that I created in June and July when it was raining, heavily imposing and I was watching the lane and I wanted to create a monsoon landscape. And I shared it on my Instagram page. If you since then, it has been the highest requested painting of oil Time. I hadn't requested so many days to create a tutorial for this. And so finally here I am. It looks like a very complicated thing. But trust me with the right guidance, you will be able to create this feeling just fine. There are multiple layers in this building, so we're not detail how to build layers upon layers to get this effect and how to get into the minute details of creating the plow was to give the depth of the flower fields how to play this fruitful grasses, please, my double shades of it. How to get in the detailing of creating the leaves on the top part, and then how to finally gives the drain effect. So I hope you will enjoy this session victory. So without further ado, let's get inside the glass. 2. Art Supplies: Hey guys. So let's start to this painting process. So today's class I'm going to be using this watercolor paper because I really like that pick shoes of watercolor paper. This is the one that I'm using. Drew's show artist to water follows it for 300 years and that's what I bought and didn't have didn't have to make it as a file. So that's the one I'm using. You can see how nice that fiction books. Okay? And I'm going to be using two kinds of acrylic beans. I mostly use a fluid acrylics, and this is the brand that I use, Vivek pill acrylic colors. These are in 500 email, but you don't need to buy 500 email if you if you don't need to. So what I'll do is I'll link down with the smallest size of these brands beams that you can buy. And what I do is I generally for them in this nozzle bottles on because it's easy to take out from this kind of bottles, right? So that's what I do. So I'm going to be using a few of the peak body paint, but this is the ones that I have and they are illiterate, heavy body paint. I just stick out a little bit to show you guys what I mean by that. You can see it's a bit peaker rate. And yeah, so now I'm gonna take out all the colors that I need for this class. You can use this time to take out all your colors as well. And I'm using a glass plate, as you can see over here these days on my table. I think that's pretty much able to start with. I need a little bit of green as well. But I think I'm gonna take that out later. I went out, did down this before to the table so that it doesn't move and allow me to paint. Alright, now the tweet them with that. The branch that I'm gonna be using. Honestly, you can use any brushed. Do you have a tone? I am using this 1 first state. Okay, let's start with the first step of the being dean. I hope you are ready to start thinking. 3. Step 1: Color Block The Sky: One more thing that people ask me quite a bit means, if any j, so my Surface, so I don't and the reason I don't is because I use fluid, acrylic, small stuff like this. Right? And they pretty much act as Jesu for me. So I mean, I wouldn't up fluid actually, they pretty much cover OK, my canvas. Before we get to the colors, I just quickly wanted to outline a little bit of the area that I'll be covering in pain just to have a quick idea of how much to go where we reach color, sweating. That's pretty much Pete, just two lines. I don't want to make a really dark mark. The pins along using is Darwinian bestow. It's really nice. Big density gunners mixed with water or so pretty nicely. Alright, so this is my brushes, absolutely dry and I'm not taking any water because like I said, I will be working with the fluid acrylic. So first step is I am starting with white and gently laid over on the canvas. As you can see, I'm not taking any other color at this point. Simple white. So like I said, as you can see, it's pretty much covering that diverse and it's working like Jessup. So that's why I avoid one extra state in my buildings. Right? Now, immediately after adding white, what I'm gonna do is I'm going to add the green on top because I do not want this white to dry out quickly because like, you know, actually pale skin GI, really quick. So what I'm gonna do is take absolutely little bit of black, mix it up. You saw how less black I picked up still I feel it's quite a bit, so I'm going to add a bit more of weight. You start with less, because if it is leaves, you can always add more. But if it is too much, it might be difficult to get to rid of it. And now I'm just applying it on top of the white and the white has not completely dried yet. So you see when I'm adding the green, it's leaning into the background white that I have. Now, look at the strokes that I'm digging. Don't try to paint right now. You can just watch this thing and then you can do it. So all I'm doing is adding a little bit more green. Now, do you see that? I have not mixed up a whole lot of glory or your so I kind of pretty much pick up every time. If I need to be gum, I cannot mix little bit and being a little bit so that way I get different shades of grey. Like you can see the sheets are really different in different places, right? So that's one of the deep so that I can give you ways that do not mix up a whole bunch of And once it really gives it a really nice age when you have different colors in different areas. Now after adding a lot of what I'm doing is I picked up playin White. And I'm adding a good amount of weight over here because we are painting that cloud, right? So it's a lot of white and play alternating. We don't actually need to cover the left because the trees are gonna come here. But still we can just do a little bit. So you can see how I am going in this direction. Top right to bottom left, and adding a few strokes of clouds in a very impressionist way. Okay, what is the innovation isn't the way you don't try to copy the bidding. Exactly as in the photograph as it is. You try to create it in our own way. Giving your own strokes, right? Otherwise, what's the difference between a being to Anna photograph? So just go get small, small strokes like this. And I think that's pretty much it. Now you see how I'm going to blend this towards this bottom area without washing my brush. So now that my brush has a lot of great. So what I'm gonna do is on the same brush, I'm gonna pick up little bit of brown and I'm going to go here. So one good thing that is happening is my Brown is mixing up with my previous black. But if yours does not have too much of play live, feel free to take it a little bit of black. Exit up with Brown. Give this nice little touch, black and add it up. So what are we going to do is we're going to stop in dark at the bottom and as we go up, the make it little lighter as blended with the white. So I'm taking more whiter to lighten it up. So I'll finish up the white and then I'll stop the black more so that I don't have to wash my brush to Austin, Right? So very slowly and as I'm getting inside this layer, I'm holding my brush really, really lose. Okay? I'm not adding too much of pressure. I'm going really gentle on my Bible. And very softly I'm blending it off. Okay, now that the blending part has been done, what we can do is we can start adding a little darker dots at the bottom, that same brush. A little bit of black. It see a beginning of the Black on just the corner of my brush. Don't pick up a ton of black. Alright, so now I come shore and adding strokes of Docker Brown. Now you see the black wasn't enough. So I'm taking a little bit more. Yeah. I think that's a good color. And you see in the same, I'm going in the same direction, but I'm not completely adding because I've just added the Brown at the back. And, uh, we show what I'm doing is very likely just rushing through, taking a little bit of white to blend it in because I don't want it so dark. And all the colors. I'm going to list down the links to online from Amazon. Taking a little bit more wild to blended in to the lighter area. Okay, I hope you watched till now. This much we are going to consider. Okay. I think I want to add just a bit more darker tone. Just a bit more, not too much, just a black. So what I'm gonna do is pick up little bit of brown along with it. In just a bit of strokes. What I'm also going to do is just wipe off my brush on the tissue paper just a bit and have really, really dry strokes. So if you're new to actually x, I would suggest wherever you are, get your hands on some fluid at predicts. And not that TIG body wants to start with. If you're a beginner. Now if you have imaging with athletes for quite some time, you can handle around with thick body paint or whatever you have your hands on. But for beginners, I suggest a stock with, should we then acrylics because it's really easy to flow. It gives you a really easy way to feel around on your paper, on yourself is where we hope in doing and gives a lot of confidence of being inactivates. That was one mistake that I did when I started out. There was nobody to tell me that there is a page like this that exist which is the fluid acrylics. So I initially when I went to the craft store, I got my hands on the thick ones and I started with them. It wasn't bad. But I wish I had fluid acrylics that time. I found it out much later, much later in life, article one day. So I think that's pretty dark. Now. I feel now it has become a little bit more than I wanted it to be. So I'm going to just add little Dutch avoided in between just to tone it down. So you see how you can easily play around with acrylics and you don't need to worry about a thing. If you're a little darker, you could always story though, if you feel it is too late, you've got obviously add little bit of Macedon. So that is never nowhere that you can make a mistake while being inaccurate X because it's super farm, you can manage it however you want. It's not going to make a difference as long you know, way you're heading to, right? So I'm going to stop with shop because below this we are going to blend in with different colors. So this is state one. I hope you watched it on through our Delia. Now you can stack the ending and do this, but I know I said it's over, but I just wanted to add up few strokes of white. And that's it. 4. Step 2: Color Block The Field: I am still not washed my brush, so I'm still holding the same brush from the previous step. And now we're gonna take out a little bit of orange. Just a tiny bit. You need not do much. And with the same brush, what I want to do is before I get onto filling up this area with the yellow and orange because I have brown on my brush already. What I'm going to do is mark up the rude or you're a little bit. Do you see there is a road which is pretty much hidden. It's not visible too much. And fill it out. You can go ahead and fill it up with row. Later. We're going to come here and do some more stuff. But as of now, we are done here. Now I'm going to fill up this area over here. So first thing what I want to do is to little bit of orange. And as you can see, I am pretty much creating pinned lines. I'm not really adding too much of beamed and just a little bit of yellow. We're not creating the flowers at this point. We just tried to block up the area and we may create the flowers included. Okay, so the flout, so this is where the distinct flowers and basically the top of the flower field is visible. Alright, so a little later what we can do is we can use a small brush to fine tune all the places that you want to. But at the moment, our target is to fill up this complete area. Right? Now, the part that I did, I want to add a little bit of Docker door doing. Okay. Not too much. But just a bit of now you know, orange and black produces brown, right? So if you don't have brown, You can always mix these two colors and make. But what I'm doing is creating little bit of texture. Now, again, this is not the final direction. We are going to create the final texture on it later, but just a little bit as of now. Okay, take your time and do Dino null, I'm going to move on to the next step and fill up the remaining of the canvas, which is this two areas where the gleans are gonna come up. Okay, by dt right now, I'm not going to add any cutting. What I'm going to do is get it be surprising for you. But I am just going to fill it up with complete black. Also, have you noticed that I did the governing of myself without washing my blush. I started with the lightest tone in the painting, and I moved all the way to Black without washing the brush even once here is main water, it's pretty much clean. Do not. What I really enjoy doing is doing as much again without washing. And the reason I like it is because we knew do wash your branch. You have so many colors remaining from the previous steps. That helps give so much a picture in the next list. If you wash it up, it's going to be like your round of pure orange appear in yellow. Which is not what I want. I want a mix of a lot of panels. But obviously the calories have to be in the same group. It cannot be like you are mixing rate with blue, whatever color it has to have that syndrome is a D in entomology. What doing, right? So typically pretty much done with it. Just gonna add a little bit more visual. And that's it. Once you'll build it up, give it some break for the surface to dry out, and then we will come back on it with our second layer. I am washing off by warships completely clean and incubators. I do think I will be needing this flush anymore and switching to R3 plus shape now. So you can pause the video with your, and due to hurt as much, I have done this first layer and they bought the next layer. 5. Step 3: Second Layer: Now my pen has pretty much dried and I want to add two more to this dictionary in the sky that we did in the fourth layer. Because if you see it's pretty much very Line Oriented, right? You can see a lot of lines. So what I'm gonna do is indistinct. I have taken out round brush. Alright, so now with a round brush, I'm just going to add a little bit of white and gray in the top area, the top layer that we created at the very first step. So I'm taking a little bit of white and I think just a few strokes. It's not going to be doing much like the first time. And I'm gonna create a little bit of green. Just a few Dutch, very, very soft Duchess. I'm not putting much pressure at all. And I'm kind of blending it into the brown area as well. Okay, now I'm gonna do the same thing with the Brown India also just a bit. When you do a second layer on top of another layer, the tube on w0, w1, you're bending becomes very, very reach because of all the layers that you've done is it just exits the painting quite overt. You see everything that we did on the same thing, but this time we don't have to do too much because already 90% of it is done right now. All we're doing is just adding a little bit more access to it, right? And that's it. Just add a bit more here when mixing it up with the top layer. Now I'm not going to go do much high governance, all my nice gray areas. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take a tissue paper, see wipe off my brush completely clean. But I'm not washing in because we really want dry soils. Digging a little bit of white. I feel I've gone a little bit high. So you see how you then correct your painting. Also, if you've done any mistake, you can always just wipe it off with a tissue paper and give it to fix a couple of strokes here. I don't want to all my black as in the dark brown areas to go off. So I'm just adding the flack back again. And that's it. This is done. Okay. Now I'm going to do is again, I haven't watched my brush so far. And what I'm gonna do is add little bit of a show on the road with the black. So see how I'm doing that. I have taken this smooth small round brush and I've taking very less black. And I'm just going to go like this. Dries shops, not water at all. And just create small diction. So it's not going to be realistic. Like I said, we are going, we are doing our impressions. Look. But when you add this, it gives a lot of texture to the painting. And now what I'm doing is I'm taking easily with the orange and brown in-between, also will get that big should obey nice highlight. And you see the road is done. It's not much going to be visible because once we start doing the greens, it's gotta get all covered up. But still whatever is visible through the green, We should make it look nice rate. If you want, you can add just a touch of red Also. I think just a tiny data is read will make it very great. It's not going to be absolutely visible. So you have the same brush without washing, I just picked up a little bit of red and I'm adding a tiny patch of it in between. And that little amount of red as a lot of debt in the beam thing. I'm adding some blacks also in between. And that's it. Our code is pretty much done. Here. We can add another field to more because I feel it's becoming too dark. So just adding a little bit of red and orange in between my two milestone. Okay, so now let's move on to the next step. 6. Step 4: Flower Field: In the next step, I will create all this distant flowers of New York. So now we're not going to create what each and every individual flower over your, which is going to create the textures seem as how we did the row picture over here. So watch it. All I'm doing is I'm taking a small amount of yellows and just adding new textures over here. With a bit of orange. It can feel a little bit tedious doing the same thing over and over again. But trust me, it's just gonna make your painting looks so good at the end. Okay, well, we sure you see where these two colors are joining. We don't want to keep it to separate. So what I'm going to do is take a little bit of yellow, orange. And just like how we did the mixing of gray to brownish area over here, exactly the same way. I'm going to push a little bit of orange in the higher area and mix it up. That's it. On this side also, we have done the blending really smooth, so it doesn't look like, treat differently as not. You'll see this and this layer and this one. They are all interlinked now, so they're not too different from each other. Now that this portion is done, I'm going to go ahead with yellow annexed, keep adding. So these are the small yellow sunflowers that was seen from a distance, right? So all I'm doing is making smart marks. That makes it look like as a dad, lots of sunflower. So again, like we did the bleeding or the material was yellow, so the blaming has to happen but keeping it for a little dot. So with the yellow and the black a bit. And you see the magic that's happening. The moment yellow is mixing up with black, it's becoming, it's stunningly. So we're going to do a little bit more over here and limit at that next month we start with the green and when to do all of it. Ok, now that this ADA is done on one small thing that I want to do is add a tiny bit of Brown in between, not Lord Steyn, just a little bit here and there. So we are done with these glare. And Leto mainly stacked with green. I'm going to bring in little bit of green also in-between. But for the time being, let's leave it at that point, I brush again and we move on to the next step. 7. Step 5: Grasses At The Bottom: Okay, the next step, what I want you to do is to go a little bit of green, dark green. Wash shows my same breast, the one that I used in the previous step. And now what I'm going to do is watch out this think really wet. I'm picking a little bit of green, mixing it up with little bit of red black. And I'm just going to add the plush, the grass, grass jokes. Okay. So don't get into the details of it because as you can see, it's building noticeable also because the background is black, right? So what you can do is pick up a little bit of this clean, the peak body that I had taken on the same blush, which has black in it. And we're going to add this. Yellow also mix it up. Black, because that gives a very nice matching two greens. Now, not necessarily you made this peak body Green Dam using because you get pretty much a dam. The results with the colors that you already have, yellow lab and we'll pretty much giving that same color Pv, okay, so you don't have to necessarily use it. Make your own garden is it's so much fun to create it on Candace. So I'm planning to do one more tutorial with that. Let me know if you guys want to learn how to create a b ending with just unlimited, valid. Because almost all that balance can be created from the basic primary feathers, right? You know that. And we showed up to bring this. What I'm doing is I'm taking out a couple of theme and the D logo. Give it to whatever shape you want. Do not necessarily have to follow exactly what I'm doing. You, the grasses, your own sheep, that to one, have fun with it. Adding more black towards the bottom. Now, do you notice that on the top layer I kind of tried to keep it a little lighter. And then the bottom part and added a little bit more of lag so that it looks more shadow. Alright, so our right side is pretty much done. One more thing that you can do show on the right side that we just did a little bit of brown on the same branch. I haven't watched it yet. And add just a few lines along with the greens. I tell you what happens when you add little bit of brown, Do your greens. It just makes it look really match it. It doesn't look like a painting, it looks like. So when you see my paintings, I get the normal garment. It looks so realistic, but I'm not trying to make it look realistic. It's only with the right colors, the colors of the miniature level. You know, that's when you're building, looks really catchy and attractive by using the right colors. So knowing what colors to use is very, very important. Ok, so that I'd say is done. I hope you watch this part now. Try and get the right barked of the afield. Now this exact same thing I'm gonna do on the left side. I'm just going to add a little bit to more yellows over. He'll not, I don't wanna keep it too dark wheel. And that's it. Now the same thing. Now, you can again watch this part and then do it, or you can start doing it along with me because now I don't know what is to be done, right? So all I'm doing is sticking black and green. And in the first step, I really don't care how it is going to just go and add some of the grasses. However you want. Don't go too high. Asthma. Stick to the bottom area right now and my integrity green or you can adjust to yellow and black because I loved the olive green that you create when you mix yellow and black, which is basically the planet of nato, the color that you see in the garden, it's mostly olive green, and that is why it's so pleasing to the eye when we see it in buildings because that's what we see in our real without realize. Okay, I'm going to create more of the olives. The yellow band, Black. And I'm going to do now, I'm kind of going slow and trying to make the grasses really nicely. And I'm even going up a bit in some places, not lot. And just like the previous step, I'm going to take you to Brown. On the same blush, on the same glass. You don't wash your brush. By the way, guys, if there is any doubt that you are facing where doing this, pause the video and asked me in the discussion. Pause the video and go down and you will see the discussion box. Lighter caution to me and I would unset it to you. But I'm trying my best to clarify everything that I'm doing so that you don't get any doubts, but still, I am available to answer older adults. Now I'm doing what I did on the right side also. I'm adding a little bit of black home the bottom. Okay, that's pretty much it. The grasses are done. Not what I'm going to do is you just add a little bit more yellow. In some places. We will LET this bar to try and then become pure and create all the beautiful safflower and leaves and the grasses and everything. Ok, so why is this part is drying? We are going to make the cheese over here. All right, so let's move on to the next. 8. Step 6: Tress & Leaves On Top: So I'm using the same brush and haven't changed mine does. I haven't watched as my brush also. So each has all the fellows from the previous state rate. So coming over here, adding a lot of gallo, whatever was linked to more basically from this day when I was I had on my blood, I ended not dig any color. So I'm so pleased to see I had so much of honoring members. Okay. I'm not going too much into the building. So if you're using a five sites like me, I have pretty much done little more than one finger. Okay. Not too much. And now we're going to move towards the right, but we're not going to make this dance kind of keoyo. Instead, what I'm going to do is make this marks go very bad jam, don't try to focus on both fiction is M over your, I am just picking up a little bit of yellow. Absolutely random months. Watch it little bit and get a very good idea of what I'm doing. And you see how the colour shades are appearing when I'm picking up just yellow because I had a lot of dark dorms in my blush from before, right? Black and downstream and everything. So knowing I'm taking yellow is just tuning down that previous dark color and it's giving such a nice texture of colors convey slowly. You're also, what I noticed from teaching this class before is that people tried to generally create a battle line all throughout. Don't do that. Keep it really abstract in the sense how much it Lisa coming and sets over here I have one a little bit extra. Then over here I haven't thumb out over here. I'm just going to come up a little bit more. Right? Then as I'm done, I'm not coming a lot. I'm going to stick to a full lift. And that's how it's done. Now I went do take that to yellow and go inside and also keep some things should own the black because we don't want to get the black, the all-black rate. We want to create some texture over there. Also one more thing that I want to do is I think it's coming out really nice, but I want to add a little bit more texture to it, but I'm not going to do it with this first. This is a round brush number eight. And I now I want to do round brush number three. Now, honestly, I'm not a very bland specific person. So I generally just speak up whatever I get my hands on in the store. So whatever you have is fang zi. And also one more thing I want to mention about this brush is that it's not really pointed. You see, it's pretty bland of the top and that is going to brush it. Want to do this step? So what I'm doing is picking up a little bit of black. And all I'm doing is going directly on top of the surface and just dabbing vector that, that's all under the tree to become a little bit of yellow in between, just to give that greenish don't otherwise it will be jet-lagged and we don't want git method. We want better darkly. Okay, so I've added quite a bit of black oversaw. And what I'm going to do is add just a bit of land in-between overview. This lovely little sections of the cheese. So I'm just basically what I'm doing is I'm just grilling and fetching the blush. And it's creating a picture of dramatically by himself. I don't even have to do much illegal. I'm taking a little bit of yellow and adding a few leaves on top. Don't make them absolutely. So cooler dot just add and threw them out of it. That way the leaves look much realistic. And adding. We'll meet over here on the dock area. And a dignity, beautiful wherever it is light I'm adding little bit of shadow. Wherever it is dark, I'm adding a little bit of a lighter color, which is yellow, to show little shadow. So again, this h should not look very even. Okay? So you're trying to make it as uneven as possible. You can click on this area and really create nice dishes. I think I'm gonna leave it here. 9. Step 7: The Sunflowers: Okay, now, yes, the Spartans dry it as you can see, completely dread. And I'm going to walk off this plug. One of the things I'm gonna tell you base, if you're new decorative painting, do not keep your brushes with debate on it aside for a long time. Because it could GI is it's gonna be very hard to get your brush bad and it's pretty much waved to get damage. And that's how I've damaged a lot of my brushes by not taking good care of it. But now I really decorate them. Washington really clean immediately. Mcp decide. Okay, this is done. Now we're going to create the sunflower, the highlight of the bean dignity and say, right. And for that we'll use, are really pinpointed. Brush. It, you see it's much more. Find dy dt then this one. Right? So for that, what I am going to do is pretty much mark out where your flower is going to go. So it's good to come over here and then one behind over here. So first thing, what I'm going to do is I need seven ghettos. First thing whatever you do is with this other small rush, I'm going to do the marketing and I'm not digging black. I'm going to take lag a little later. But this is just for the mocking sake. So I'm just adding a little bit of a mock video. This is where my flower is gonna go and add a bit of black so that you guys can see it. Otherwise, you will not understand what I'm doing. And I'm gonna continue this theme all the way down. Okay, I'm going to fine-tune this liter, right? And I want to do the same thing for the other flower. So I'm going to clear detail. And now I want this to GI up just a bit so I'll not give too much, maybe just managers. So, so that when I start with the yellow, it doesn't mix with this black and become a green. Alright, so that is when we just give it a little bit of time. But when we're giving time to this, what I will do instead is create grass over shop. Now that the GA is done, we can easily go and create a nice long grass steaming out. You'll see I just used black and now I'm going to take a little bit of yellow and go along with it. Make it pointed. This going to be a little bit more coming up and do one more. And the moment I'm just keeping it to this tree and I'll move on to creating the sunflower because I wanted to do this with mine. So here is my yellow. No other Allah, just yellow. And what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna create this one versed are, maybe I'll just do this one. All you're doing is flipping the yellow out. That's it. Now we're going to do two more layers on top of it once it will lead to try for something. And then we'll come back to it and we will add more to it. Just make sure to change the direction as you agree. It's that easy to create a sunflower. And we will in this direction. Okay, so now again, we will let this dry. And meanwhile, I'm going to add a little bit more grasses or some switching with the same brush without changing brush. One B class that we're going to do is show. Okay, before doing that, I'm going to do some of the Orange and blown ones. But then a lot of stuff over here, which is very confusing. So let's go step-by-step. Alright. So I'm starting with the brown and orange. And I'm going like this, like this little bit of memory. And one more and one more. We'll DC Howard to stick my brush to get rid of the existent. So you do that too. To make your point D again. Okay, now that I did all of these ones, I'm just going to add a little bit of black drew it. Not a lot, just on the site. A little bit of black and orange. I need a bit of water because I'd been it's too dry. It's not letting my brush moves. Okay, so all this dance that we did, just keep adding up Beatles black. Given some day. I'm adding this black shadow just on one side of it, on both sides. Okay. Good amount of forming because the beans are kind of starting to dry, which is a good thing. Okay, I've read it quite a bit of symbols ago and add one more because I have this gene to on my brush. So make use of it and I make, and a brown and orange one over here. Ok, I made it go from behind the green. 11 more. That's it. Okay, now, what we're gonna do is we're gonna create a small little SoundCloud warm in this area. So again, the same way, I'm going to take more yellow and didn't want to create it here. That's it. So you see how easy it is to create some flow. One wheel and once more, we feel. Now honestly you can add as many number of sunflowers you want. There is no restriction on that. So feel free to add more and show me what you did. And one more over here. Okay? Now there are some nodes and then we just yellow. What I'm going to do next is Adam, orange to it. So I'm not going to pick up just audit. I wanna pick up below. And what I'll do is I'll just do a second layer on top of it so that the yellow is right, eat and bereaved. And it's not any other color because we had a lot of backup background rate where we did the sunflower. So in the first layer, the yellow might not be very bright. So all I'm doing is adding one more layer exactly where they added the first layer. And now I'm going to take little orange. And now that the yellow is, wait, I'm just smoothly gliding on top of that yellow and adding a few months of. Now remember, or SoundCloud is not orange. The orange we are adding just to make it look bright. Same thing I'm going to do here also add little bit of yellow, but since I already had oriented my brush, see it's happening at once, so I don't have to come over again more on it. Now you've got to add a bit more orange where you like to Maslow. Okay. Same thing we're gonna do with this small one to Leo. Okay, more orange. Making sure to add the orange really intercepting way and not make, make it completely orange, ok. If you feel you have added too much of orange, you know how to color correct rate, just to add more of yellow on top of it and it will be done. Okay, now for the next tip, I'd Washington my brush. And thus centerpiece of the sunflower, which was, you're also going to add one more thing. So just dabbing it and adding beauty, which is orange. Same thing I'm gonna do here as well. This one, I'm not going to do too much because it might spoil my Soundcloud one. So I'm just going to leave it at that. Okay. I am going to add a couple of more streams bumping off from yo okay, now I'm going to go on top of this, but I'll just give it some time to dry mean away. And what I'm gonna do is add a bit of noun orange. Back. Okay, but I think I should give it a border with your so make sure you guys catch up to you. And then we move on to the next step. 10. Step 8: The Birds: Actually now that I'm talking to you guys, I think I leave cleared the boards or Wiki or forced because then the boards will also die off and we will add the vein effects on top of it. Follow that. Alright, so watch over your brush. And I'm going to take, then we double black. Now I'm not going to take complete Egypt Black. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to dictate up late Doc play. So I'm mixing it up with little widows. And for this state, it's very, very important guys to have really pointed brush. Or what you can do is take a rough people and try it out a little bit on top of it. So I'll just do a little bit L1 for you guys to understand. Because I heard it quite a bit of time for my students that they don't know how to paint a bird. So I thought I'd just show you how to do it. So some of them you can do like this, some of them you can do like this. Some of them like this, but it's pretty much a different variation of V. You know, maybe some, you can do like this. Now, since I'm going to be doing based model, you might not understand what is going on there. So it's showing you all the varieties that I again over here. Maybe some of them might really make a straight line, not too much folded. Okay, I hope you've got a good understanding of how to create though. But do it on a heartbeat, but no. So I am taking some white again and then making it dark and I'm having a bit of water also this damn, I don't want just a beam. Also PB vetting the ships. Don't do all of them almost the same size. That also makes it look really nice. I'm also adding more weight to lighten the dome for some of the moments. Okay. I stayed with Doc, so I'll add more of weight. Okay. You see that one became really big. So I'm going to make it smaller. It doesn't matter too much, but I feel a little bit of practice in a different people we help you buys two, which really meant going to add a few in the Santo. In between. We see bit more lighten, though. That's pretty much it. But obviously there is no right and wrong. You want to add more, you Dan? But I think I'm going to stop here. I always say that and I keep doing a few more. I think I just loved doing this so much. Difficult for me to store. But I think this is it. Alright, so now I'm gonna give it a little bit time to try the whole thing. And I'm gonna come back in probably 1015 minutes. And the green jobs on top of it. 11. Step 9: The Raindrops: And so now create the rain effect. Ok, so for that, again, back to the light gray. Okay, make sure it's really, really light. And one of the types of making good rains Is that add water. So I'm adding a bit of water to it. Okay, so this is, I feel it's quite wide dish. So feel free to add a little bit more doubt grade to make it and do my brush has a lot of water in it, so make sure you don't go on the canvas with lot of water. So wipe it off and just take absolutely list on. Alright, so now we want to add that dream effects and what I'll keep moving my dad inverse. This is the direction that it undoing. So all you're gonna do is create such lines. So I'm doing on the ground so that you can see it. Because when I go on the grey area you won't be able to see it. So and also try to make these lines as clean as possible. Now you don't have to create all the way. You can just leave a few places because it is not necessary that gives visible at every area. So if you see I'm not completely creating a lane and just going here and there. Okay. That was a big dogs were just add more white. I hope you guys can see it in the camera because it's really, really light color. Okay? One important thing is going, okay, so go over them and we'll do a little bit on top, this green side. Okay, make sure that all the lines are parallel, slanted. So so make sure everyone, all of the, all the lines are parallel and they're not going in different directions because that will make it look really funny. Also adding more water because we don't want too much color. I feel like what works really well for me is keeping this part of the hand fixed and then just keep moving so that direction doesn't change that way. So if you have a practice of drawing straight line width, freehand, that's also a very important, that's also really, that'll be very useful for you. Learning some way do we go is basically light grids, not absolutely right? I think we're done. You don't want to do too much. You don't want to overcrowd the being tinged with too much of raindrops. And I'm going to finish up the painting, a signature. And so I'm gonna use this column. That's it, we're done. 12. Final Words: Hey you, I hope you are a lovely time watching this tutorial and creating this painting. I am sure you must be so proud of her painting right now. So please let me know how it went. Take a picture posted under the projects. I would love to see what you guys have created and I would love to give you feedback on that. Also. If you have any question, please feel free to write it under the discussion. And I would love to have a discussion with you guys and answer if you have any doubts. If you wanna see any behind-the-scenes and what's going on inside my studio. Feel free to follow me on Instagram and check on my stories. I'm pretty much a acting on Instagram. Also feel free to DME if you have anything to say or share your artworks with me, I love connecting with you guys. You can also tell me what kind of painting tutorial you want to create next. And I would love to do it for you guys. So till then, take care and have a very creative weaker hit my