Botanical Series [Part II]: Bouquet of Watercolor Lily Flowers for Advanced Level | Yana Shvets | Skillshare

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Botanical Series [Part II]: Bouquet of Watercolor Lily Flowers for Advanced Level

teacher avatar Yana Shvets, Paint.Travel.Take a risk

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Lessons in This Class

13 Lessons (1h 53m)
    • 1. Hello and Welcome

      1:36
    • 2. These are your materials

      5:58
    • 3. Color palette to paint this bouquet

      4:01
    • 4. Sketching lilies

      5:03
    • 5. Creating first layers and first lily

      11:16
    • 6. Painting a second lily

      11:07
    • 7. Third lily

      11:33
    • 8. Finishing up with first layers of flowers

      15:14
    • 9. Adding backround

      10:21
    • 10. Creating depth in flowers

      9:06
    • 11. Continue adding depth

      9:03
    • 12. Finalizing your work with shadows

      11:04
    • 13. Adding final details on lilies

      7:29
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About This Class

Take upon a challenge and paint a bouquet of pink lilies. This is the second part of my Bontanical Series where you get the chance to apply the skills you've gained in the first part. Now that you know how to paint a single lily - time to level up!


Here you will use mixed techniques, paint on a professional 100% cotton paper, pay special attention to composition, work on lights and shadows and organically add a background to your bouquet.


INSIDE THE COURSE

- sketching a bouquet of lily flowers.

- choosing the right colors and mixing paints for your flowers.

- using wet-on-wet technique to create loose lilies in watercolor.

- using the layering technique to add volume and depth to each flower.

- mixing loose and realistic approaches, choosing a focal point, and working on details.

If sketching a bouquet of flowers is too challenging (or boring) I am happy to offer a downloadable outline. Just print it or trace it on watercolor paper and color it in!

The reference photo and downloadable outline are attached in a Class Project section.

If you prefer to start from painting 1 single lily, here is the first part of my Botanical Series:

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Yana Shvets

Paint.Travel.Take a risk

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Born in Ukraine, raised in travel. 
I am a professional watercolor artist, full-time traveler and a salsa lover ;)
After a burnout in the office, I hit the road without any plan and since 2014 I've been travelling around the globe, visiting different countries & settling down for a few months (sometimes years) in different cities. My watercolors are inspired by places I've visited and people I've met.

You can follow my travel-inspired adventures on Instagram.

 

My original paintings and prints of those are available for sale if you appreciate art on your walls ;) 
I am open for commissions and happy to create an artwork that will inspire you, have an impact on your family or become a gift for beloved ones. Just hit me a message.

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