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Aerial Seascapes | 6 Paintings | Ocean paintings with Watercolors

teacher avatar Shanan Subhan, Fine Artist | Art Educator

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Lessons in This Class

16 Lessons (3h 25m)
    • 1. Introduction to Aerial Seascapes

    • 2. Art Supplies

    • 3. Watercolor Techniques

    • 4. Day 1 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail

    • 5. Day 1 - A Lone Boat

    • 6. Day 2 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail

    • 7. Day 2 - An Island

    • 8. Day 3 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail

    • 9. Day3 - The Breakwater

    • 10. Day 4 - Practice Colors & Thumbnail

    • 11. Day4 - Ocean and Boat trails

    • 12. Day 5 - Practice Colors & Thumbnail

    • 13. Day 5 - Seashore

    • 14. Day 6 - Practice Colors and Thumbnail

    • 15. Day 6 - Islets

    • 16. Thank you :)

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About This Class

Hello & welcome to the Aerial Seascape class!

In this class, we will learn to paint 6 Aerial Seascape paintings one at a time. 

This class covers all the techniques required to paint the aerial seascapes effortlessly. We will learn more about blending the colors, how to add highlights and shadows, creating beautiful ocean blooms, and different ways to glaze the paints, We will also briefly learn the negative painting technique and techniques to soften the edges.  even if you are a beginner you can still join my class. as everything is explained in detail. We will be mixing various shades of blue and greens by using the commonly available colors 

There is a practice session at the beginning of each class project where we will learn about the colors thumbnail, elements, and techniques that goes into the painting.  

And finally, we will learn to paint each class project in depth. So without any further delay let's get started with the class:)

I can't wait for you to get started with my class. 


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Shanan Subhan

Fine Artist | Art Educator



Hello, I'm Shanan Subhan, an Artist currently residing in Bangalore, and born & brought up in Udupi,India 

I am an Engineer by profession and an Artist by passion and everything.

Nature/landscapes are among my favorite subjects to paint. I thank nature and great photographs for inspiring and challenging me.

I started coloring at an early age, even before school taught me to read and write. Unaware of art and the theory of colors, I loved scribbling on papers, books, and walls! All I felt was colorful walls are merrier than monotonous ones. 

Although I loved painting and coloring, because of studies and the competitiveness of day-to-day life, I somehow got disconnected from art a few years ago, but I always f... See full profile

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1. Introduction to Aerial Seascapes: The ocean stores the heart, it inspires the imagination. It comes and healed. Its depth and mysteries are boundless and it brings eternal joy to the soul. If you are an ocean level, then this class is for you. Hello everyone. I'm Shannon and artist based in Bangalore, India. Welcome to my Skillshare class on painting a real landscapes. In this class, we will learn to paint six different escaping. This class covers all the techniques required to be Arial, see escapes effortlessly. We will learn more about blending the bellows, how to add highlights and shadows, creating beautiful ocean blooms and different ways to place the beans. We will also briefly loan the negative painting technique and it needs to soften the edges. Even if you are a beginner, you can still join my class. As I have explained everything in the bill. We will be mixing various shades of blues and greens by using commonly available palace. There is a practice session in the beginning of each class project where we will learn about the gallows, thumbnail elements and techniques that goes into the painting. And finally, we will learn each class project in depth. So there are total of six class projects. So without any further delay, let's get started with the class. 2. Art Supplies: Welcome to the class. Let us talk about the art supplies that we would need for the class. I'm going to show you what I'll be using. You need not have the exact same supplies as mine. Any similar qualities applies. We'll also work. First is paper. I'll be using Arches cold press, 300 GSM people. You can go with any brand new, reaches a 100 percent cotton and 300 GSM. That texture doesn't matter much. You can go with hot press, rough paper or anything that you have. Next, we will be talking about alerts. Here. I will be using art philosophy and Sennelier watercolor tubes. I have squeezed some beams in this erudite ballot, so it is easier for me to take the fellows whenever I need them. I will also use a bleed for mixing the colors. Then we would need the white gosh beans for the forms and the ripples. Then we will talk about the brushes. I'll be using silver well-read brushes of different sizes. First one is flat brush of size one-inch. This is for the washers. And then round brush off size 12 for covering larger areas. Round brush size eight for medium details. And lastly, size two, round brush for fine details. You can even go with fine liner brush. Next, we would need two jars of water for cleaning your brushes and also to pay clean water for Manchus. Then we would need a pencil and a ruler for sketching. Also need an old card for scraping the beans in one of the projects. Next door, we would need cardboard for taping down the people using masking tape. So obviously we would need a masking tape as well. Then we will keep issue papers and all napkin handy to wipe off the water and beans from the brushes. Also, we will use our dryer to speed up the drying process. Or you can let the paint dry naturally. So that's all about this applies. Let us move on to our next step though. 3. Watercolor Techniques : Before we begin, let us learn some of the basic watercolor techniques needed for the class. We will start with. We're done with the technique. Here. In this technique, let beans are applied onto the wet paper. So we will first read those surface of the paper using clean water. You can go with any brush for this technique is not important. Make sure you are applying even coat of water for even distribution of debate. The paper is wet. Next style decor. Wet paint, and apply the beams on the paper. So as you can see, that color is spreading rarely when creating soft edges. This is a commonly used technique to achieve soft washes in watercolors. Let us define bought for the flows paint. In this technique can also be applied on already great base layers. And the beans tend to lose their vibrancy and abuse mood after drying. Drying time is slow because of the amount of water absorbed by w. This is how it looks once it dries, makes this wet on dry. Wet paints are applied on dry paper. I'm directly applying the paint on the paper without breaking the surface. And we can see hide edges are formed by the beans. So it allows more controlled and defined brushstrokes. The beam remains, my brain does well after drying and like the wet on wet technique. But the drying time is faster as we are applying the paint on the dry paper. We will use this technique for the building as well. In most of her paintings, we will go with wet on dry technique to achieve. In your painting. I will let this dry and show you the Weibull. These two techniques. If you absorb droppings and beyond more my blend in the wet on dry technique. And it appears slightly in the wet on wet technique. So that's the difference in the appearance. Alright, next is blending technique. Blending is essential for achieving gradual transitions from one bone to another. Let's try blending using wet on wet and wet on dry. First one is wet on wet blending. Applied waves on the surface, leaving a distinct gap in the center. Now blend these two colors together using a clean brush. So this technique offers a seamless blending. Because if you want more vibrant, you can add another layer of paint on this week. So here the blending happens in the center. Next is wet. On dry blending. We will apply two colors directly on the paper without reading it, of course. So we will stop it you are. And then I add another color. So if you see the edges are sharp, you might feel a little difficulty in blending this, but just don't rush mixed up. You will also have to be mindful about water in your brush. If reduced to water, it might create a blooming effect. So however, the amount of water in your brush. Next is lifting technique. Lifting refers to the process of removing the beans after it has been a blade. It is usually done to create highlights and enhance their depth in the painting. We will be doing it in do is wet on wet and wet on dry lifting. So you have a blade or clean water and then applying wet paint. So this is where Don weight lifting technique is performed using them brush and you should be. So we will brush and light the brush on the desired area to live dopings. This damn brush will soak up all the beans from the wet area, which in turn creates an highlighted effect. We can already see a highlighted blue in the same bird. Make sure to clean your brush after each lifting process. Next one is lifting the beans from wet on dry surface. Here we will follow the same method to live the beams. Since the people is not solve it. So we might have to apply more pressure while lifting the beams here. And some others might stain the paper as well. Because watercolors have different staining properties. Some are staining and tomorrow non staining. So you have to keep that in mind. Maybe you can swatch it on a smaller people to see if it is staining or not. Moving on. We have color dropping technique. Here. We will be dropping the colors to create blooms or patchy effect in the beam. We will perform this in two ways. Wet on dry and wet on wet as DBS technique. We will begin with wet on wet as our base wash. Now we have our red base. Let us load our brush with the darker paint and drop it onto this wet surface. I will drop the beams on multiple areas to create a nice Falcon. I'll be creating this effect using the same technique. The spread so swiftly yard because the base layer is more weight and we will be getting bigger blooms here. You can also drop light colors. Sprinkling effect creates smaller nodes. Next is with Andre drops. Here we create wet on dry voyage as our base layer. And also I'll create a plain water wash to drop the color. So this is just with water. No drop the beans. So you will observe that the blooms are comparatively smaller than that of the wet on wet though blooms. That's because all of the amount of water, if the water is more, beans will bloom. We got in size. If the water is less, then you will create a smaller blooms. So based on your requirement, you can choose any one of the techniques. Makes his glazing technique. Glazing is nothing but laying down the beams are well previously at all for being good surface. The previous layer can be wet or it can be dry. So this technique is also referred as layering technique. First we will learn pleasing on the wet surface. So we will apply a tiny block of pain. You can use any color, any technique to being debased layer. Now we will aches and pains and apply it on Udot previous layer while it is still wet. This is wet on wet layer or this technique and we use to create any kind of depth in the painting. So this is where I have used this technique in the painting. Next we will see glazing on Bryce and phase. Here. We will again apply tiny block of beans and let it dry completely. I'll use my blow dryer to speed up the drying process. Now this area is completely dry, so we will apply another layer of paint. This is glazing on dry surface. So you get hard edges here. And it helps him building layers in the beam. So that's all about blazing. Let us move on to the next technique. Makes just negative painting. Negative painting focuses on being, being outside the focal element rather than inside. We will try this technique on wet and dry surface. So first we will go with wet surface. Apply beans on this red area. So you're not being so spread really fast and we won't get defined shapes. So this is not usually recommended as it clears. Much effect. Makes this negative technique on a dry surface. So we will apply the pins and let it dry. Once it dries, we will then perform the negative technique. Now once it dries, we will paint outside of the focal area, cleared the desired shape. So as you can see, we have defined shapes over here. We will use this technique of being the trees in this class. I'll be using a combination of these two techniques to paint the trees. So this will look something like this. In the next technique, we will learn how to soften the edges. This technique can be used to remove or avoid sharp edges. Let's say you have applied the paint and you want to remove these sharp edges. Here, what you can do is 80 clean wet brush and gently slide it along the painted surface. This will pull the paint down leaving a smooth progression. Similarly, you can apply water first and then painted on this wet area to create smooth transition. Here we have a tube soft edges using this simple technique. Next we will see how to be important awardees and create highlights and shadows in them. So you can paint them in many ways. I'll demonstrate some of them. So for the first one, I'll go with wet on dry technique to EDU freshness and vibrancy in the water. I'll be taking no coins mix and applying it directly onto the paper band on the sides. And then I'd want to make it dilute. Are adding water, mix the color lighter. So this will act as the highlights are the lighter areas in the water. Next, we will drop some alerts and random videos. Those are just double rooms in the water. So this creates a nice darker and lighter areas in the water body. You can also leave some beans from some areas to create highlights. Then we will see how to build a graded effect in the water. So apply concentrated yellow first and then apply water to lower the saturation. Make sure to blend them together really well. You can create ripples using darker tones. Here we are applying glazing technique to achieve this ripple effect. Okay, Moving on here and we'll apply Dakpo beams. So this is very thin iron, cobalt blue mix. So I'm applying darker areas here. And then I'll apply water to lower the tonal value or desaturation. Here's a tip for you. In watercolors, we do not add white color to a tube light or use, instead we add water to the colors. So here, instead of using a ready-made base two blue color or a color, you can use water to make a lighter hue. Makes me really drop color. Who create these blooms? So here you can see how I have achieved this lighter highlight in the water body. Just by adding water to it. We will perform these acnes on bigger paper as well. So don't worry, we will do it together. It's going to be fun to see the colors do their magic makes we will briefly loan to being the phone and both drills. So for this, we would need the white gouache paint. They are intubated in Pittsburgh consistency. A note beans into court consistently and you're going to need are damp or dry brush to achieve this effect. Gently slide your brush to create this texture. So that's all about the techniques. We will also practice some techniques in the beginning of each class project. So without any further delay, let's get started. 4. Day 1 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail : Welcome to the practice session of b1. Here we will discuss the kalos, thumbnail and techniques that will be required to be in the project. We will be mixing paints using commonly available colors. For the word. We will make a very dim view of blue. This gives us a bright shade. Next to achieve or darker turquoise color. We will make Sweden you corral blue and bone number. This results in darker turquoise, which we will use to paint the darker area in the water. For the forest, we will use sap green and other additional colors like born downward integrate to make a darker shade. Or if you have CPR, you can directly mix it with some burnt umber and being screened, use sepia. So that's an optional color. Here. If we mix sap, green one, Dumbo, and windscreen, we will achieve a new building because burnt umber is a warmer shade. Payne's gray is a cooler shade. So when these two gets mixed together, it creates a new build Palo. Then if you mix up green and Mandant, it creates a warmer green and sap green and being screens mixed, it gives a cooler green. Here are the different shades of green that you will achieve by mixing these colors together. Next, we will draw the thumbnail of the building. I'll first draw wobbly line, suggesting the separation between water and forest. Then there is a dense forest on the lower side. This is how the trees appear from the aerial view. Then we have water and a board is dyed up or ankle. So why is this sketch is done? We will mark the shadows in the thumbnail. So yeah, that is it with no Tom nil. Now let us practice the techniques that we need for this project. First one is being in water. So you're already calling the same. That means that we have learned in the technique section. So we will go with wet on dry as a base layer and then lower the saturation of the beam by adding water to it. I didn't. Water helps in achieving lighter balloons. So you don't have to use or lighter dawns explicitly. Just by adding water, you can adjust the radius tonal values. And then we will drop the colors to add in some blooms and shadows. Next, let us practice though for risks. So here we will paint obviously earthy sap green, and then drop some darker mix to bring in some variation in the base layer. Now allow the paint to dry. Once it dries, we will go with the negative technique to be in the shape of the trees. So he only use a darker green mix, which is sap green plus born downward, spins CLI. So when mixing these colors together, we will achieve a darker green in the shape of the trees and fill the area and around these shapes. So that is why it is called negative technique. Your rebind outside the focal element. You can drop in some darker colors to add darker shadows. That we will learn everything in detail in the main project. 5. Day 1 - A Lone Boat : Welcome to Day 1 of ADL seascape series. We will start off by applying masking tape on all sides of the people. So you're, I'm using threefold inch masking IP. You can go with anything that you have. So masking able on all the sides prevent people from buckling well-being. And also it creates sharp border. So I'm using a cardboard, publish the paper on the edges once you have no masking. It avoids the war do from seeping inside. Next, we will mark the basic composition of the beam by drawing a wobbly line. This will resemble the separation between water and land, forest. So the shape may not be siem, you can just draw a rough line. Alright, let us get started. So I take a clean jar of water and my size 12 brush. Next I load my brush with some green and apply it on the forest area that I had marked. Here we will go with Andre technique. So as you can see, we have not applied water on the paper, only inside the sketched area. The reason for choosing wet on dry is to retain the vibrancy of the colors. So I'm using medium of beans for an even distribution of speeds. Mix some green beans, green to go, green color. Load your brush with this darker mix and numbered on the surface. This darker mix, clear blooming effect on the wet surface, which creates variation in doping in your brush on random areas. There is no strict by the message. Lambda brush. Particular places. Apply darker colors along the borders of the forest. I will drop in some more balloons on the same with Alia. And they're darker patches or blooms are going to appear lighter when they dry. Keeper tissue or an old napkin handy so that you can write both in the water and beans from the brushes. We will let this layer dry and move on to being the water mixture is split as my violet for mixing the colors. Next, darker shadows in the water. So we will make some blue unborn number. If you have a similar shade and we label with you, you can go with that. I'm making it easy for those who do not have radius sheet. We will start applying the darker color from the bottom of the paper. Technique involved your weight Andre. So we are applying the beams on this. If w0, but it would have been really easy to spread the gallows, mature. Our priority is to HG19 brain bank loan. Hence we are going with Andre. So when you choose to apply beams on address of this, you need to give lots of color handy so that it is easy to apply. And also recommended to have a large size brush. Maybe you can go with the flat brush. Brush if you have. We don't want these colors to next week. To add this column makes us applied on the MBTI in the water. To depict the highlighted area. Also, you will have this often the sharp edges created by the daga, daga ways blend them nicely. And next we will fill up the white space that we had left earlier. Next we will apply another layer of dogs. So let us make the beans for this. Applying this column mix again on the same media. This creates a sense of dimension and depth in the water or else it will look symbol and flight. So we are trying to build up the layers. I will make it more dramatic. The second layer of being statically applied, because it was already made and upon NADH we applied the beans. So when you try to build on a white surface, it is called glazing as we have learned the techniques chapter next to her mix now good guys on my violet. And I'm going to apply another layer in the bottom of the paper. This will, again either sense of depth in the water. Next we will gently items worldly back. On this damn video. This will suggest some ripple effect in the water. Adding in some darker balloons. Remember whenever you are dropping some beams on average service, make sure it does not really watery your desired results with diluted beams. So make sure the beans more than medium consistency to the right effect. Let us darken the edges near the forest land. So these darker edges, ADR is the shadows on the trees. The lifting technique using my damn brush. I'm just going to use it for hi. So one inch flat brush to apply. Not on the ocean, but here we will perform sprinkling technique. So I'll be covering the ocean by using rough paper. Those spring underpins, we would need a darker green mix. So I'm going to mix Payne's gray born Dumbo, and sap green. Now load your brush with this mix and dab the brush to sprinkle some veins on the wet surface. Next I will then makes it much more easy to perform them. So we can see some sharp edges here. Steps in an abstract way. We will leave it for now and come back to this later. Moving on, we'll add some repulsing near the forest. So we will be using Docker for the details. I'm using my size eight round brush to add these tiny lines. You can go with any similar size brush. Mixing some more darker. By we will add some diagonal ripples in the bottom of the darker areas of the ocean. Tides. Mediation in your brush strokes, you can no, you can simply move your wrist. This will result in natural-looking ripples and the board. So I'll be using my Gelly Roll pen to draw the outline. You can use any pen or a fine liner brush to mock the outlines. It is just simple. Nothing complicated. Boxes and we are just trying to create a kind of partition makes we will fill in this area using white gouache. If you don't have a watch, then you can go with thick watercolor paint. I'm using my size two brush for the details. You can go with any fine layman or similar sized brush. So this will give us once we have the ships. Exactly. So all these boxes. Hi. Alright, so we are done. Next, let us go back to the Fordist. I didn't some trees using negative technique. I'm using my size two round brush and some circular shapes here. This will be depicted as the top view of the trees and random areas of default. Next we will learn these circular areas. So the lighter and the darker areas are shadows. So here we are going with wet-on-dry. Technique. Is dry. It creates sharp edges. We will repeat the same steps in the diet. So you can see here in the process, good, good. In this class. 6. Day 2 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail: Welcome to the practice session of data. Today we will be painting this lovely island ocean skip. So let's talk about the required colors and techniques for this beam. In. Just like the previous project, we will use turquoise for the water. Every watercolor sets comes with Vivian and combine blue, I believe so we will mix them together to achieve a darker shade. Next for this darker blue and we will make command blue and bond, forming or knocker dope way Scala. Next for the trees in the island, we will use sap green for the b's. And four, the darker green colors, we will be mixing Payne's gray and burnt umber along with some green to this gives a darker color. Also, you can use APIs and all the new Duke makes for the island, we will make a yellow ocher. Clinton and beans gray. Mix this together to achieve a neutral brown sheet. And we use a diluted shade of this color. For the edges of the island, we will add Payne's gray to the existing mix. That goes though brownish mix, which results in a neutral brownish tint, somewhat closer to black. If you don't want to make so many colors, you can simply go with bond number and like it's dark, simple. Next we will draw the thumbnail of the things. That is an island in the center, which is surrounded with water on all the sides. Today we will meet two lines to depict the sense of height. And in the center of this area, we will add some trees and bushes and some for me ripples in the water. So that's all about the Tamil. Next, we will practice those 80 coins and applied on a dry surface, which means wet on dry technique. The application is on the random videos. There is no strict. If you want to lighten, feel free to use the lifting technique. Next we will practice building the island. I'm just showing that they're mixing the exact cheat on the corners. Once this dries off, we will then I'd go tiny details. So we will leave it here for now. Next we will practice the techniques for reuse. Really picks up green and apply blobs of paint in a random circular shapes so that it looks like threes from the top view. Then we can link these blobs using the tip of the brush. Drop some darker colors on the edges of these blocks. Shapes. To create an impression of shops. Using any water in the brush. Make sure to use bush beans and you can move it any similar to convince. Now let's say this is the island in the center. So how do we begin though? For me, wheels or ripples around this? So we will load the brush with paint and start sliding on the desired area. This will create a nice texture. The big thing for me wheels. So yeah, that does it with no practice. Now let us move on to the next chapter and learn the second painting of this series. 7. Day 2 - An Island: Welcome to the idea of ADLs escapes. Let us begin the session. I have my Sobibor on all sides. Okay, so let's get to the sketching broad debate, the middle of the island. So this shape can be random and irregular. You need more draw the same shape as my. Inside this shape, we will draw another similar, much smaller ship. Myoglobin, two lines very lightly so that there's no end on the paper. And then in the center of the island, we will mount the shape of the trees. These are the Greek and obese from the top view. And this is just a rough composition. We will add the details later on as we are right? We will get started with doing things. Firstly, we will be in the water. So we will mix, which will be equal amount of Eden you go by Lou. Next Dremel apply this mix starting from the dark area. So I'm using my size 12 brush. You can go with any similar size, like flat brush, brush on my brush, whichever you have. We are following your technique carefully. So you don't have to worry about the order in which we are seeing is not important. The island. But for now, I would recommend you to follow along with me. We will apply existing mix. Next we are going to have lined algo blooms while they're still wet. Like us date now girdle. So here you have the beans integral consistency because the base layer is already wet. Let's apply the beans on the sides of the diamond shape so that it lines towards the center. Note that if the baby bonus close to drying stage, then do not apply the beans as it might create cauliflower effect. So laser beams, if it is wet or damp, are the ways you can leverage the data again and then applied our campaigns. So you might be wondering how do you check the wetness of the paper. So if you take your paper, you will see a kind of glaze on the paper. The paper is wet enough to perform another technique on it. We will apply the Jacobins on the corners as well. So when you add darker colors on the corners, you will absorb that. It automatically highlights the same that area which is lighter in color. In addition to that, we will also leave some beam using lifting technique, which enhances the highlights. To perform lifting technique, we need our damn brush and all cloud or issue paper. The white ball. Lift up beans at random areas, mostly around the island. And make sure you're not overworking. Next, we will again apply another coat of Docker takeaways to add these darker balloons and badges. So we will make some blue and bone number. This is a typical mix in order to achieve darker batches. So here we are dropping with beans on which surface, which means it is color dropping technique on wet surface. I hope you have watched the technique section and follow the glass so DOD. Then you can smudge using your damn brush. Sprinkled some water droplets. This will add highlights in the water area. Moving on, we will be in the island. So we will start by mixing up our beans. Let's spin the base area. So we will take Crimson. This is a cool red. And next we will go a logo. And we'll mix these together. Then we will add the integrated this mixture. This will give us a neutral brown color here and I'm not using bone downward or Rubens Yan'an because those are a little warmer color. I wanted a new drilled in for the sign here. That's why I prefer to mix these colors. Here. The beans are really diluted. So we will add more colors and bring them to medium consistency. We are mixing the same vein TO trim some Payne's gray. I'm a little girl. We will apply this mix along the very middle of the island. This also helps me being not just neatly. Next we will add more yellow ocher, but this mixture, and this will be a warmer brown color. So this way we will have a variation in the very middle. Good. Alright, so we're done with this painting. We do. Next in the inner ADR, we will apply a diluted mix of this color. So we will add lots of water. Do this, apply the bins. We will apply diluted mix. Since this is already. So you don't have to leave blank spaces for the trees. And thus we will apply the beans on the entire area. Next, we will mix by adding more Payne's gray to the existing mix. Dropping along the sides of the very middle. This will create a nice bleed on the weight selfies. Dropping. The. Next we load our brush with clean water and these water droplets on the same island. So this creates what did the blooms window, which helps us achieve a nice texture. Now, we will add more beans green, but the existing mix and apply this mix on the island. The island. So the exam, the shapes or not, just on the boundary. Next picture. Okay, So that is it with no trees. We will add some darker lines on the boundaries of the island. This will add a center of depression. Adding these lines creates an impression of height. Adds a sense of NAEP. Good. We will leave it to your. Moving on. We will paint some more. So most drugs in the water, let us use turquoise to being the most drugs. I'll be using a size two round brush to paint the details here. So these rocks are submerged under the water. So the color appears slightly bluish. We will bend them in different shapes and sizes. Next we will do bush beans. Beans. So for this, dry brush, most drugs. So looking forward to seeing your class projects. Projects are techniques. So this is the final look of the painting. And Oceania class projects under Projects gallery. So yeah, I'll see you on day 3 of this class. Bye bye. 8. Day 3 - Practice, Colors & Thumbnail: Hello and welcome to the Blackboard session of today, we will learn to create the spinning. This might look a little complicated at first, but believe me, it is really easy if you follow the right steps. Now let us look at the colors first. For the word though, we will use darker, turquoise in concentrated and diluted form though, assume different tonal values because we would be meeting or lighter and darker values, right? And then at some areas we will mix lemon yellow to greenish color. It makes, we have walls where the boards are anchored. Here we will use are neutral, which like she's. So we will need three colors. Yellow, ocher, burnt sienna, and beans. Great. Or you can simply go with burnt umber if you don't want to mix these many sheets, those nor destruction in choosing your own colors when that should be relatable. Next, we have the break water in the sea. So for this we need to use many colors. So here, Mandaka-Mnono, more lead, windscreen as the base colors for the rocks. And then add only boundaries. We will go with the green issues. So we will use some green and a yellowish green shade. Next forgo boards, we use bins grey and bond on board, along with some white gouache. And we will also go with negative spacing technique for white areas. Moving on, we will draw a thumbnail for the beam. To understand the composition innovate OV. We will begin with a rectangular box. This is called Wolf is wayside ADR, which are bored or ship maybe and gold for unloading, unloading purposes. Then we have this rocky area which is called breakwaters. Greek word is nothing but o value built out into the sea to probe. It goes to harbor from the force of wheels. And there are many words, I'm going to dock, love these elements in the bean dinner surrounded by water. So yeah, I'd actually more determining. Next we will go ahead and learn the techniques involved in the binding. The techniques were being inward or will be same as the earlier projects. For early, we'll go with with Andre technique and use blending technique. Though, mix the colors. Let's say. We will be adding lemon yellow to achieve a gleam issued in the water. When the colors to achieve a nice progression of colors, you can go with lifting technique or adding more colors to achieve balance. Next, let us being the bleed water. So we will go with wet on wet technique. Hence, we will apply clean water using your brush. On this week's office. Apply differentiates on random area. So as I said earlier, we will be using orange, burnt umber and Payne's gray. There is no strict by just apply some random strokes. Next we will need guard who's clip doping. We need to do it after a few seconds to go to those. If you do it when it is still believe it, and then it doesn't the desired results. So now we'll trace clipping the beans. Different dilation to avoid uniform within the shapes. With sharp edges, the edges needs to be rounded in shape. Hi. When the surface dries. Then we can add define shapes on the rocks using the tip of the brush. So I'm using size 8 brush. So you can draw the shapes in circular or any similar shapes. Sketching the shape. If you want, you can practice it on a rough paper before painting it on the actual building. That will make the process easier. Next, we will add the ripples in the water. So we have our dry. Just add some tiny lines on this area. However, if you want the boson and you can vary adding them on red surface. Painting on razor, sharp edge to effect, which is ideal for the big motto. Medina recommend you to try this technique for the ripples. Next, we will paint the boards. So we will draw some simple shapes. Once you have drawn the outer shapes, then we have to fill in the inner areas. So let us draw some tiny boxes. And so in the first technique, we will be painting outside though for element. In this case, we are being outside the book, leaving empty spaces for numbers. So it is an easier way to read in the whiteness of dB per year. In the second technique, we apply the beams and non-variable, leaving empty spaces. Once the colored race may come back and add the needles using bush beans. Third technique is masking, using masking tape, or you can even go with masking fluid. So we've been outside the most area. This acts as a resistance in the benzene, allow the beans to dry completely and then we will add the knee built. In the first technique of being inboard. We will add outline using beans green, and then add small boxes and lines. So it goes like this from the dog. So you need to have a little imagination. Or you can even refer to some images from the Internet. Or low. Shapes need not be perfect. Just try to create an impression of the shapes and boxes. The second board is also done using the first method. Here we add outline using Payne's gray and a little bit of red color or brown Gullah will also help. The second method is applying bush beans. Since these beams are opaque and major or it remains even after drying, we will add the details once this layer dries. Now let us remove the masking tape and being the shape of the boat. Here, the shape form and by the masking tape was rectangle. So we will create the shape of the board by adding around the subject. So this creates the shape of the board. Although we will not be using this particular technique in today's class project. Using the techniques project now. 9. Day3 - The Breakwater: Welcome to the base 3 of aliens escapes. I hope you have not given the black decision. As I have covered all the techniques required, which makes it easier for you to understand the concepts in albedo. So let's get started. I'll begin with sketching the basic composition like we saw in the thumbnail section. We will take a pencil. Then, market dynamics rectangle shape. Then we will draw some outlines into this area. Then we draw the rocks in an adult sheep farming breadboard industry, extend oblique water all the way till the other end of the paper. I have explained everything in the composition in the practice session. So make sure you're not keeping that. Good. The Greek word oh, comprises of logs. So I'm just simply drawing the shape of the logs. So here we have drawn the outer shape of the mold. We need to mean that the deals as well. So we will add these tiny boxes and lines. The big thing, it need not be perfect though. We are done with the sketching. Let us get started with the beam being now be integrally Montana and water to this mixture. And we will apply this slightly diluted mix on the wall. Inside this rectangular area. Next we will add some shadows. So it will create. So we're going to be. While the absorbs the water, we will mix the colors required to base layer. So let us take one number and orange in the ballot. We will apply the beams randomly on this red area. Make use of all these colors. Good. Next we will take some green and a yellowish green and then apply it on the boundaries of the quarter. So this formation on the size of the rocks. Let us add some darker colors as well. So we will mix Payne's gray and we will do so on the surface. Now we'll leave it for a few seconds. And AIG any guide which will be used to scrape the beans. With the help of the edges, we will scream the beans, creating the shape of the logs. Ply pleasure on the guide so that you can bend. Moment. Make sure you're not doing it in a single direction as it really create the kind of uniform will be, which we do not want in the bending moment so that we have various shapes of logs. Hi. So for that concentrated mix and started playing the beans on dog bite of the paper. We are applying the beans on racer. I'm using size 12 brush. Carefully apply when the boundaries of the reporter dynasties if you want, and you can fill in that space later on. Or you can use are damn brush to apply the beams over this area. We will go ahead and begin the other side by adding more water to the existing mix. Adding more water can use a diluted color, which creates a lighter shade. So here I am again leaving some space. Most basic. Avoid bleeding into each other because the Greek watercolors are still awake. Fully apply the paint near the red boundaries. You can apply them to avoid meeting in each other. In the upper area with this darker though glaze. And in the middle area we will be adding lemon yellow, greenish tint. On the other side, I'm lifting some bins using my damn brush to add some variation. To either agreements. We will add in some lemon yellow. I have taken the beans without washing my brush. So when a Lumix, since we're blue in the dollar rate, we will apply this lighter green on the middle area and also covered the gap that we had left near the boundaries. Thanks. We will continue applying the beans, apply diluted mix in the same bird and avoid having any sharp edges in the same. Next, we will mix a darker blue and burnt umber. We will use this color mix to the bottom part of the beam. Four. We will be building outside the focal element. So our focal element, we will apply the bins outside those sketches. So here I have a blade beans unintentionally on one of the boot. So I'm going to add more colors around that so that I can either white beans later on. Okay. Next we will apply the beans on this MD that is on the right side of the border. Completely on the paper. We will add the beans are using darker colors, shadows, and hence the highlights. Questions. Using a damp brush. This will add highlight in the beam, which will make it look more dramatic. So you can go with this technique of adding and removing the colors in order to have a mediation so that you can wipe off those beans or while performing lifting technique. If your paper is about, then you might have a hard time giving the similar effect. Perform this step or leave your paper is damp. So using 100 percent cotton paper really helps to achieve such effects in watercolor. Next, we will go back to the break water and the details using darker brown. So I have unborn downward. You can even go with black if you want. Using this color mix, I will add the outlines of the war. And then we will add in the outlines of the flux. You can add your own shapes. So I have neatly explained everything in the practice session about the rocks. We will be drawing connected rocky shapes. And the shapes need not be perfect. You can make use of all geometrical figures that, you know. Draw the circular and square shapes in different sizes. Here we are trying to add some definition on the rocks. And if you already see some outlines with no existing dollars, you need not add a separate outline here. So I will let you absorb and paint along with me. Hello. Okay. Next on the boundaries of breakwaters, we will add some drops of Docker. Docker is color. And this is going to depict though. So most drugs in the water, since it is most in the water, so they appear darker in color. We will paint these darker rocks along the boundaries of the break water. Here my paper is almost dry, so it is laid on dry technique. Moving on to boards, we will add some darker turquoise and on the board to add the shadow in the water. I had this add shadow in the word good. Next we will add the details on the boards using a darker color you can even use or darker gray. And outline on the board. Hello. Next we will add a vertical line along the boundary of the wolf. This is the shadow of the love in the water. Makes we will continue adding their dorks. Try to smile at them, live the fingertips. Next we will apply and our CTO on random areas. Since the base layer is red, we will be getting sharp and G edges. So in order to avoid these edges, we will use our fingertips. It was Majid out evenly with no background. This is one type of blending where you can use your fingertips. There is no fixed position as such to apply the beans. Apply any desired shape you want, and then smudge it with new fingertips. It makes me really, we will add. Again. I don't want this break water area. In watercolors. Look after drying. So you need to keep adding darker colors if we want to achieve that right. Balance of shadows and highlights. Going back to the boards, we will add tiny details. Using a fine liner brush on the board. Once we have been doing these tiny boxes and lines, we will fill some of the boxes window Jacobians. For the last mode, we will add black color. Now. Later we will add details with white wash color. Adding some details on the wall area. So these are some tiny black structures appear in from the top view. Now at this stage, It's all about tiny details that we need to add. Next, we will add lines, an income boards to off already angled. Then we will add some more white for me ripples on the water using whitewash paint. Don't add too much of white paint here. Just a little amount of weight will be enough. The boundaries of the brain. Next we are using good to paint these ripples. Just go with the flow and underlines in different directions, which makes it look natural. Using a fine liner brush will help us achieve more defined lines. Next, eight white wash paint again, and we will add highlights on the boat. Lastly, we will conclude it by adding these random. You can have a look at your being and try to figure out the missing element. Weaving it from distance or through your camera lens the early helps. So yeah, we are done with the painting. Let us remove the masking tape and reveal the final look. I hope you had fun learning session today. Let us meet on the fourth project of this class. Happy been being. 10. Day 4 - Practice Colors & Thumbnail: Hello and welcome to the black procession of default. Oceans gaping. Let us have a look at the colors that we require for the screening. For the bottom area, you see a yellowish green. We will mix lemon yellow line viridian hue to achieve this color. We will also apply, or if you don't have this shape, then you can skip this and only use for the darker areas on the upper part of the ocean. We will go with you and Gmail blue mix together to achieve a gray sheet. And for the darker shockwaves, we will add bone downward with the same mixture of waves. Then for the board, we will go with beans, clay, and Clinton. And for the board, we will use whitewash on late dagger zip folder. Next we will draw the thumbnail. So this is a very simple painting. We have a board. So the same as the other board, so that we have drawn in the previous chapters, Megiddo, slightly be good in size since the boat is moving. So we will have rails and the ocean water has darker blooms and badges. Alright, so next we will learn the techniques in one. Let us have a look at the beam techniques. We'll begin with. We will draw a boat ship simply by drawing rectangles and triangles and then mark the boxes. Next, we will mask this area using masking tape. And this prevents the more boat and brains from C opinion side and the danger white area for the book. Makes for the ocean, we will go with wet on wet technique. So here we apply clean water and then we apply wet beans. Yes. And also use color dropping technique to achieve the batches in the ocean. Now let the colors dry. And once it dries, we will remove the masking tape. So you have to be careful by removing this. So here we have a rectangular shape. But we wanted a more cheap, right? So we will paint outside this sketched area using the same themes as that of the base color. So we will apply the beans. Now to avoid these sharp edges, we will apply clean water and blended window background. So we will see that in lead in your class project. Now let us add some inner details of the board. My adding boxes and lines using darker colors. So yeah, Let us move on to the actual project. 11. Day4 - Ocean and Boat trails: Welcome to the fourth project of ADLs escapes. Let us get started. I have already masked the people using masking. Now let's take a benzene and a ruler to draw the board here. You can even do a freehand drawing. Simple rectangle and then an actor triangle. This will look like a board. We will then preserve the white areas using masking tape. You can even go with a masking fluid here. The aim is just to resolve the white area. Here we aim to preserve the white area. Next, we will go ahead with the beam. We will apply clean water to perform with Andre technique direction we did before. You can also apply in the lower half of the book. You can. Here we are in very little amount of water. Now, we will drop in this concentrated mix under our belt off of debate works. Hold your brush at an inclined angle for a larger coverage. Create a gradual progression in the colors are the same. So now we have a baseline. Next we go with DACA dropping technique to create darker blooms and badges in the ocean. So we will make some believed in him and combines loops in the Gulf countries 20. This should be darker than the base layer. So we will induce in our comics. And so you just have, next, we will mix lemon. Moving on, we will make it darker by mixing. So this shouldn't be that we had mixed. So we will drop in some color, creating these fatty affecting the ocean to leave it as it is for now. Next, we will see that we have dry completely. You can even use a blow dryer to speed up the drying process is completely remove the masking tape from the board. So you can see how this white rectangle. You can blend it with the background. So we will add some small boxes to make it look natural. These boxes. So some white beans on the board. My strokes. To make it brush to blend with the background. We will also add some darker lines in between these board grills. Keep it really light in the ocean. So we will use this green bar. There is no strict part. In this module and add some details, painting the outline using Payne's gray. And then we will add some darker colored. This gives us m some depth and dimension in this object. So we are almost done. The next step is completely, completely optional. So you can skip this if you want. I will be adding some fissures in the ocean, some tiny ones. I couldn't stop myself from hiding these. So if you want, you can add them or just skip it. It is totally up to you. Anyway. You can still watch me being this cute little fissures. I have been doing the initially over diluted shade and then copings to our shadows. I have changed my mind and I want it lighter again. So I live some Payne's using a tissue paper masking tape. This session up. And don't forget to share your class project gallery. I'll see you in the next class project. Until then, bye bye. 12. Day 5 - Practice Colors & Thumbnail: Welcome to the practice session of the five. Today we will be learning to be in this and in ADLs escape. Okay, So let us talk about the colors. For the dark, darker bar. We will use takeaways. We have achieved this color by mixing blue and viridian hue. And for the mid area where the user, you can also go with viridian hue. As you can see, what the colors are almost too mellow. The diluted version of viridian hue look similar to deal. So you can go with that. For the sine, we will use warranty or non diluted, very diluted version of burnt sienna. And also in gets mixed with the blue here. So it looks a little different than for the boards and the shadows of the palm tree, we will use Payne's gray. And for these tiny details here, we will use civilian blue and crimson. Alright, let us talk about the thumbnails. Here. In this being, England will not catch anything. So I will just be explaining you the elements in the bending. Your refocus on achieving or the digit in the ocean using different launch. And then there is the sea shore and we have boundaries and some people by the beach side. We will also have some boards in the painting. So yeah, that's all about the elements of the bending. Now, let us learn some techniques required to create the spinning. We will start with bending the ocean here and we will start painting from the center of the paper. So I will apply all diagonal line using clean water. Use a large size brush for this. And then on this red area, we will apply deal or diluted wash not ready Then you. So doing this will avoid any sharp edges. Next, we will build up the layers around this to the ocean. So here we are trying to achieve or graded shared. And as we paint towards design, we will apply very diluted paint. It will paint the sign using diluted one sienna. You can even use a worn down by the area where the water meets the line. We will apply very less amount of paint to retain their transparency. All right, The next we'll build up the highlights and shadows in the water by using leasing. I'm lifting technique. Glazing technique is where we add more paint to build the layers. And lifting is to remove the bins in order to create the highlights. So let's see the glazing technique separately. Let's say we have a base layer which is wet and a lighter in color. Now we glazed with the slightly darker paint over the wet layer. And this is called glazing technique or layering technique. It helps us to create an illusion of wheels and the bolts in the painting. Then for these tiny details, we will just dab your brush using darker color. We will see that in detail in the paintings. Next, let us learn the boundaries. We consider us and point. And then we either use that is slightly curved lines around this area. Let's build a bigger dark view of threes. Then we are darker green for depict the shadow. Next, we will be partially visible. So we will ask though shape of this. So yeah, let us move on to the main project. 13. Day 5 - Seashore: Welcome to the fifth project of this class. Let us get started with the beaming. First, we will take a loss in the palate. I'm digging Iliad. If you have this colored and you can go with that else, you can use very linear in each diluted form. Next eight are large brush and apply clean water in diagonal ship. You're applying from one end to the opposite end of the paper. Now we will take beans and applied on this wet area, looked at how you'll be fully in the color bleeds here. We will continue adding this bean towards the bottom of the paper. So we have a smooth transition. You can also go with analogous colors. Analogous colors are not Tinbergen the group of colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. Next we will take slightly concentrated and apply with ADI and not bought them. Just slide your brush in back and forth motion so that Apollos landed. And then laser beams to depict a sense of depth. So here you have to make sure that you are blending together and achieving data. Moving on, we will paint the more Bernie older seizure. So we will apply water first and then, and then we will pull from this area and applied on the surface. So this is basically lifting from one area and applying it on the other area. So now let us begin the sign and the sea shore. So let's take a small amount of Montana and apply the beans on the wet area right next to the park. So we're merging water enzyme. Now, I add more water and apply this watery mix on the restaurant, the area on the short. Next, going back to the ocean. Here when we will play with the colors to achieve a sense of depth in the water. There are new branch in zigzag motion to create this wavelike Adam. Also lifting it. Next, we will. And on the signed area, we're going to add some darker brown. Nor any darker brown that you have. Just sulfate will be enough. We will leave it here for now and let it dry completely. Moving on, we will be in the boundaries. And a fine liner brush. I'm using size two round brush. And these boundaries, you can refer to the star or asterisk shape. These one by one. You can paint as many trees as you want. Next in the opposite direction. And with this tiny dot, we will also add some rectangles and circles. I'll tell you why we're doing this. So these tiny dots are going to depict the people in the beach. And then the rectangle and square-like shapes will be for the lounge and the chairs. And the circles will be for the biosolids. So you can add any element you lake. Using lump-sum and scheduling blue. For these tiny details. You can go with any color. It doesn't matter. If you're interested, then you can check out some photos on internet and no idea what own elements in the seizure. We will add some tiny nodes in the beach depicting humans living in the beach. Are adding Payne's gray on this to add a sense of depth. Next we will use concentrated beans click to add some darker outline. And we will also add some darker leaves on the palm trees. So this is basically the shadows of leaves on itself. When you observe the trees, we see a lot of tonal values in them. So it's flat rate. So we will add these darker leaves on the boundaries. The shadow is the shadow cast by the tree on the next, with the help of an issue audio fingertip three will smile, I need Orsted we did on the beach. So I'm doing my own trial and error to the people in the beach. So try adding multiple colors so that it suggests the colorful dresses then the people are wearing your brush to create an impression. So this impression, for me, a sense of depth in those end, or it could also be footprints. Okay. Okay. Next, adding these tiny shapes, feel free to add anything you like. Quiet goes beyond. Apply inside this launder. And also on random areas of the beach to highlight effect. And also on the variables. I'm slightly increasing. You need not follow the exact same steps that I'm showing your next lab. Some veins are draining the media's to create some noise. Avoid having good. Moving on. We will add some board. Oldest issue. We will add some boards. Again. No compulsion to add those same words that I IDO. So I'm drawing a rectangular shape using Thompson. So the next one is regular board. So I'm adding in some simple more chips. Next we will add some boards. When I did the outline of the board and filling it in with whitewash. But you can also follow the board paves that we learned in the previous sessions. Then we will add them using make sure your brush is dry and paint in the top consistently. Do this for me. For the next two bokeh, we will first add the board, and then we add the board. So we will add outlines using you can even go with black or low CPI if you have. I'm using Payne's gray. Okay. I think you can even L0 or blue or any other color. Next, we will create the shadows casted by the words in the water. So we will apply on one of these heights of the board and then apply Payne's gray but will this layer. So this creates a beautiful shadow of the boards in New York. All right, so we are done with this beam. Let us remove the masking tape. Now. I hope you had fun learning session today. Okay, I'll see you in the next chapter, which is also the last one in the series. 14. Day 6 - Practice Colors and Thumbnail: Hello, welcome to Basics of ADL seascape series. By the way, this is the last project in this series. So today we will learn to being these islets and the ocean scape. Let us have a look at the colors required for the water. We will use potion Lu, you can even go with ultramarine or Coval blue as an alternative. Next, for the darker patches in the water, we will use cobalt blue paint clay together now go value of blue. You can also make some ocean blue or ultramarine blue along with Payne's gray. Next, for the islet Bard, we will use burnt sienna and yellow ocher for design. And for the trees. We will go with some green and burnt umber to achieve a brownish green color. All right, next is the thumbnail of the beam. So this is very simple. You just have to mark these round shapes of different sizes. This will be depicted as islet. And then there are trees in the island. Next, let us move on to the techniques, but do remember the softening techniques that we learned in the chapter where we will use that your, let's say we have to paint an eyelid. So the area. And then we paint outside this focal element. So here we will use this technique to achieve this off edges. This can also be referred to as negative painting technique, wherein we been outside the focal element. Okay, So you are, you can see we have achieved the soft edges. For the outside area. We will use wet on dry technique. Similarly, let's paint another dichotomy. I live in the corner. You can paint as many islets you want. So we will be in the islet one-by-one using softening edges technique. Next, we will see how the eyelid. So we will first area, which is diluted bond. Now we will apply green issues, please. When we then look in the trees, we need to also take care of the dimensions and the shadows. So we will add some darker colors to maintain a nice balance of lighter and darker greens. X4, the darker batches in the ocean. We will apply darker beans by mixing bins. So the paper needs to be damp or wet when you are performing this step. If your paper has partially dry, then you can allow it to dry completely first and then you can rewrite it again to perform this step, are these darker batches create an illusion of depth in the water. So it is very important to create lighter highlights in the water. We will use lifting technique to live the beans from the paper. Next for the ripples, we will use word Andre detailing technique. So use any point did you brush to draw those exactly lines on the module? So that will be depicted as examples. So yeah, that's all about the techniques. Let us move on to the main project. 15. Day 6 - Islets : Welcome to the six and the last episode of ADLs escapes. So we will begin with the basic sketch, a commensal and let us model the eyelid. So the first one is partially visible in the frame. So we'll just draw half of it and we will draw some more of them. Again. There's one more eyelid which is partly visible. Then some more islet of different sizes. There is no fixed count as such, you can do as many as you want. So that does it. Stop the details we shall add as we've been. Now, let us get the doping process. Here. We will be in the ocean first bird, we would not want to be inside this islet. So we shall use softening edge technique to achieve soft boundaries. In time. I let apply clean water inside the sketched area. Remember, we will learn, we've been doing all the eyelids together. Let us go with one or two at a time. Now the area is very pure. So we will equal ocean blue and mix it in medium consistency, which means equal amount of paint and water. And apply this mix outside the boundaries of the island. So here we are being outside the focal element, which can also be referred as negative painting. You can see how we have achieved soft edges here. Had we applied the beamed directly on the paper, it would have resulted in hard edges. So to prevent that, we have applied this technique. There's another tiny I let you keep applying the beans on restaurants, the area, except for the eyelid. We have another one. Apply clean water inside the sketch to park. And repeat the same step. Load this one later time. Carefully apply the beans at this sketched area. Ready? No. Once we have applied water inside the eyelid, then we will go ahead and apply beans and on those areas. So here I'm using my size 8 brush to fill in the dining areas. You can even go with the ultramarine blue or blue. The choice is yours. You can read in a tonal values, keep it light and dark areas to avoid during flight. The next step we will be adding badges. For half of the paper is already dry, so we cannot do anything. This is how it looks after drying. Now we've eliminated the paper to apply a dark ocean batches. Here, I'm using my flat brush to wet the surface of the paper. Apply very gentle pressure on the paper else you might live the existing paint. Here, I have mixed darker blue. By adding Payne's gray portion Bluemix. You can even use cobalt blue or ultramarine blue along with the integrated. That's the beauty of watercolor, is you can add the beans and it creates a unique pattern by itself. So we are done adding the darker patches. Now, let us move on. And in the sine part, in the islet in burnt sienna and mix it in medium consistency. We will be applying this enzyme, the eyelid area. Apply this mix along the boundaries of the eyelid. Here the paper is still wet so you can see the colors spread really well. If your paper has dried, then you can read the required area and go ahead with the same technique. Just make sure you're not applying very dark urban. Go with medium or diluted bone. Next, we will apply this mix inside the boundaries. Also leave some white spaces in between these labs. So as you can see, my painting has slight radiation in lighter and darker blues. If you feel your painting is completely same color, then you can leave some beans and create a highlighted effect. We will let this layer dry completely now. Okay, so the paper is completely dry now. Next we will paint the trees on the eyelid. So for this we will go with wet on wet technique. Hence we will read the desired area. Okay, So you are, I'm applying water on one of the eyelid. Now let us make the required green color. I'll take sap green and mix a small amount of bone down. So this gives us a brownish green. So I load this mix in my size eight round brush and dab it on this red area. So as you can see, the colors spread really well because it is wet surface. Now let us move on to another eyelid. The surface using my flat brush your egg this brownish mix and apply it on the wet surface. We will brush, which will be depicted. The first two steps. This is good consistency. Meanwhile, let us develop some ripples in the water. So I'm going to use darker blue by mixing ocean blue and Payne's gray. And we will start adding ripples. So here we are adding the details using wet on dry technique. And the brush that I'm using is a size two round brush. It is ideal for these fine lines and details. You can go with any brush that you have. Brushstrokes. Brushstrokes. The next room. Branches. Keep adding the details until you feel satisfied. But make sure to not overwork. Okay, so we will call it done. But before we remove the masking tape, let us see if we need to add anything in our being. I hope you had fun learning session today. All right, so this is the final look of the painting. I hope to see your class projects in the project gallery. 16. Thank you :): Hey there. Thank you for watching my class. I hope you had a great time learning these ADLs escapes with me. And Lee Lee work constructive review or feedback so that it helps me improve and serve you better. Also, it will aid mean reaching more students like you. So thank you so much, Lucia, your class projects and the projects gallery. I will see you in my next class. Until then, bye-bye. And happy painting.