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Create your own magic illustration. Luminous Objects and a Brickwork in Watercolor.

Olga Bonitas, Watercolor lover

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14 Videos (53m)
    • Intro

      1:27
    • Stuff nedeed

      0:55
    • Composition and Draft

      6:07
    • Clean copy

      1:17
    • Light. The main principle

      0:50
    • Window. Light

      3:54
    • Girl

      7:24
    • The wall of the house. Background.

      1:40
    • The frame of the window outside

      5:30
    • The windows with the lights offw outside

      6:36
    • Brick wall

      8:40
    • Finishing touches

      5:57
    • Scene Variations

      1:36
    • Final Thoughts

      0:43
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About This Class

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This course is a step by step guide to creating a cozy magic illustration in watercolor. Great fo Christmas theme.

The example of a single work, I'll show you a few watercolor techniques:

  • How to create luminous objects. In our case it is a window with electric light, But, for example, storefront, lantern, moon, candle and so on are drawn in a similar way.
  • How to draw a luminous object environment. In my example, this is a wall of the house, but can be any environment around the luminous object.
  • Easy way to paint a realistic brickwork, to create texture of the old brick wall.
  • Other Tips & Tricks (For example, how to deal with errors and accidental spots. Or how to create a realistic snow ...)

I'll also show you a few other scene variations for absolutely any level watercolor skills.

So be sure that by the end of this course you will be pretty sure how to draw any scene in the window.

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Easy to follow and a presumably great result
This was great! I really am trying to learn more about light and shadows and this helped me to see how its done. Thanks very much!
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Hello! I am happy to meet you!

You are so fabulous! I enlarged the screen size and was totally engaged! learned so very much. I also loved your knowledge of color mixing...I was nervous every time you had your mixing palette over your painting.
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Olga Bonitas

Watercolor lover

Hello! My name is Olga Bonitas. I'm an absolute watercolor lover)))

I'm an illustrator. Mostly I paint in watercolor, but can work in a vector too.

You can find my watercolor works:

www.olgabonitas.com Pinterest instagram @ olga_bonitas Creative Market facebook

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