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Easy Autumn Illustrations using Watercolor (Kids & Adult)

teacher avatar Jenny Flores Art The After Seven, Artist

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Lessons in This Class

11 Lessons (1h 16m)
    • 1. What's in this Class??

      0:57
    • 2. Materials Needed

      2:37
    • 3. Colors Needed and Color Recipe

      8:00
    • 4. Important Watercolor Techniques

      3:45
    • 5. Part 1: Autumn Nature Elements

      8:05
    • 6. Part 2: Autumn Nature Elements

      7:17
    • 7. Part 1: Autumn Wardrobe Elements

      12:16
    • 8. Part 2: Autumn Wardrobe Elements

      11:18
    • 9. Part 1: Autumn Kitchen Elements

      12:02
    • 10. Part 2: Autumn Kitchen Elements

      8:38
    • 11. Final Project!

      0:40
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About This Class

About this class

When you hear the word “autumn” what’s the first thing that comes into your mind?

Is it the orange tones and gold greens? 

Is it pumpkins? Is it the cozy weather when you can finally relax and read a book while drinking a cup of hot coffee or is it the pretty little maple leaf falling from the tree?

Whatever your answer maybe, I’m inviting you to join this fun and exciting class!

In this class, we will learn:

how to illustrate Autumn elements from nature, from your wardrobe, and from your kitchen! 

I’ll share with you the techniques on how to fill your drawings with beautiful colors while maintaining their boldness and aesthetics. 

COMPLETE LESSONS IN THIS CLASS

  • Materials recommended
  • Color Recipe for Autumn Shades
  • Important Watercolor Techniques
  • Painting Autumn Elements

    AUTUMN ELEMENTS
  • 1. Pumpkin
  • 2. Maple Leaf
  • 3. Acorn
  • 4. Autumn Tree
  • 5. Sticks
  • 6. Logs
  • 7. Sweater
  • 8. Socks
  • 9. Umbrella
  • 10. Bag
  • 11. Beret Hat
  • 12. Scarf
  • 13. Croissant
  • 14. Hot Chocolate in a Cup
  • 15. Kettle
  • 16. Hot Coffee in a Take out Cup
  • 17. Pumpkin Pie

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1. What's in this Class??: When you hear the word atone, What's the first thing that comes into your mind? Is it the orange tones and gold greens? Is a pumpkins? Is it the cozy whether when you can finally relax and read the book while drinking a cup of hot chocolate, or maybe hot coffee? Or is it the free too little maple leaf falling from the tree? Whatever your answer, maybe I'm inviting you to join this fun and exciting class. On this class, we will learn how to illustrate autumn elements from nature, from your wardrobe and from your kitchen. I'll share with you all the techniques on how to fill your drawings with beautiful colors while maintaining its boldness and aesthetics. I excited kids, I am. Now pick up your brush and let's get started. 2. Materials Needed: Hello everyone to welcome on the materials part of this class and on this topic, we are going to discuss all the materials that we will be using for this class. So first off, we need some papers. Okay, So for the papers I will be using the Arches watercolor paper, which is a 100 percent cotton. It's called breaths and it's in rough texture. But if you don't have this kind of paper, you may use Bao Han Academy, which is also in a 100 percent cotton. What do you usually use is the one in ten by seven. And again it's called breaths and medium green. If you have other brands of watercolor paper, which is also 100% cotton, can we use those as long as it's called breast? Okay. For drills, you may use watercolor paper from Fabriano, which is 25 percent cotton or Canson one fall or Canson XL, but do not use these vapors from Canson and for every angle, they may be cheap, but their quality will affect your painting. So avoid using these kinds of people. Next, our brushes. So what I will be using for this class, a silver brush limited golden Natura in altar around, which is appointee kind of brush. And what I will use is the one in size eight and size then. So I recommend you guys to use any round brush, either inside a six or a size 81 detail brush, either in triple 0, double 00, size one or a size 2. Okay, whatever is available. But as long as you have one needle brush and one round brush. So other things you need are two cups of water. So one is 14-year BRAF and one is for wetting your brush. And we also need some tissue or if you have. And of course, we need a pencil and eraser. So I will be using the black when palomino pencil for this class and assign from pencil, we also need a pallet. So for the ballot, you may use a ceramic palette, plastic palette, or the cover of your watercolor case. All right, so those are the things that we need. And on the next topic, I will be sharing with you all the colors that I will be using, as well as how to mix some autumn sheets that I know you guys will surely love. All right, so I'll see you there. 3. Colors Needed and Color Recipe: Hi everyone. So in this part of the class, I'm going to share with you all the colors that I will be using for this class. I will also share with you how you guys can achieve these colors if you don't have the specific colors that I'm using on your valid. So here are the colors that I will be using. This beautiful shade of orange is actually quinacridone, burnt orange, which is from Dana Smith. And this color is Van Dyke brown from the jello, you know, guys that I always use this color, this is a must have for my palette. Next color is indigo, which is actually one of my favorite colors as well. The next shaded you're seeing is this beautiful shade of green, which is undersea green by Daniel Smith. Next color is raw umber, which is also from Magellan. And then perylene maroon, which is a beautiful shade of Fred from medulla. Next color is this creamy white, which is actually dunes by Nam sky up a literal, this is one of their colors in their white knight slaying. This is a water color with a pick on shape. All right, the next color, French ultramarine or any shade of blue, ultramarine. Next is any shade of red, olive green, any brand actually, and any shade of orange. Now, let's try and study how we can mix this beautiful autumn shades using the basic colors that you guys may have on your palette. All right, so let's start with the shade of orange. So I have here my author, orange. And this is the shape. And when I mix this beautiful orange with that, say by the ground first, this is what we're going to get. So the amount of Van Dyke brown that can mix with your autumn orange will determine intensity. Whether it's leaning on the orange side or it's leaning on the brown side. So if I add more orange, this is what it will look like. Now, what if I add a little bit off? If I add a little bit of sepia on the mix, this is what it will look like. As you can see, it made it a little bit darker. And if we add some orange, again, it will regain it orange. So let's try mixing pure orange on 70. Yeah, because this one is with Van Dyke brown mix. All right, so these are the beautiful orange shades that we can produce when we mix orange with Van Dyke brown and sepia. Now let's try mixing. I'm beautiful shade of red case, so let's add a little bit of red on my Padlet. And when we add some Van Dyke brown, this is what it will play. So originally the shade of red that I have looks like this, as you can see, it's very red and very strong. And if I add a little bit of vendor crown, this is what it will look like. If I add a little bit of suburbia on the mix, it will look like this. So I think it's actually similar to Berlin. Now let's try mix some indigo. So an indigo actually looks like this. It's a dark shade of blue. And if you have any shade of ultramarine, you can actually mix that color. So let's get our ultramarine and then add a little bit of sepia to the mix. And as you can see, we instantly got the color that we want it. Right? Now if you mix a little bit of Van Dyke brown and you can actually get a better color. Other shades of blue like this, this is kind of a niche. Bluish satya. What I want you guys to do is not actually copy the color that I'm mixing, but rather I want you to explore and achieve more colors that you guys can use on your projects. So these are beautiful shades of blue. Now, let's try and mix ie, an autumn shade of yellow. So yellow ocher looks something like this. But if you mixed it with Wendy Brown, you can actually get a nice shade of raw amber. If you mix it with a little bit of Van Dyke brown, it will darken. So I want you guys not to mix too much Satya and mean, if you mix it with Zambia, it will get a little bit darker. But if you want this color, that's also okay. So as you can see, it's a beautiful shade of froms. Now the last color that we can use is olive green. Now if you mix your olive green with a little bit of ultramarine, this is the color that you can get. So this one is mixed with ultramarine. If you mix those colors with a little bit of Van Dyke brown. This is what you will get. Now if you add sepia on the equation, this is the result. Now you can get more shades of green using this colors. Again, those are the colors that you guys can use for our projects. When you look at them, they may not look as if they are awesome shades. But if you create projects, you will notice that these colors are actually beautiful shades of autumn. 4. Important Watercolor Techniques: Hey everyone, welcome to this topic. And on this topic we are going to discuss all the important watercolor theories. Watercolor techniques are very important for this lesson. So this is going to be quick and I will shorten everything just so all the information can be grasped in short period of them. But if you want a detailed explanation about this topics, you can browse my previous Skillshare classes, like the vendors shows water colored glass or the Vintage Cherry Blossom water colored glass on the outskirts here also. So you can view those classes if you want. And intensive discussion about watercolor techniques, brush strokes, water and color ratio and a lot more. So for now, let's proceed to this topic. First off, I'm going to share with you the three watercolor techniques. First is the wet on wet technique. And this technique, we have to create our first layers. So this one is the first layer. While our first layer is still wet, we are going to add the second layer. So the blue one is our second layer. As you can see, the color blue bled through our first layer, which is the color red. And that is called the wet on wet technique. Here we use the wet on wet technique also in here. Now the next technique is the wet on dry technique. As you can see, this layer is already dry. And when we add another color on top of it, which is the color blue, you will notice that the color did not bleed through the first layer. We use the wet on dry technique in here and also in here. So more on the details. The next technique is called the dry brush technique, and here's how we do it. So for dry brush, we're just going to load our brush with a covered that we want and then just do the stroke. So in here, make sure that your brush is not so watery so that the texture of the paper will appear. Next topic is the water and coloring. To show we have 3, which is t. And here's how we do a team mixture. As you can see, it's segmented but so watery. Next is milk mixture, which is also watery, but it has more pigment compared to the team mixture. So this is what we usually use on the base layer. And the next thing is what their mixture, which is a very concentrated kind of water and coloration. And in here, our brush is just wet and we will directly get the color from our palette. Now remember again, tea, milk and butter. Tea is the most watery and very light. Milk is more pigment dead, but also what they eat. And then next is butter, which is the concentrated version of them all. Okay, so next topic is brushstrokes. Those the first rook is dense through gray and only the tip of your brush will touch the Bieber. Second is the stroke wearing the whole body of your brush will touch the paper and it's facing your left side. Last is the flat stroke where in the body of your brush is facing the one in front of you. So it is as if you're highlighting something. So okay, those are the important watercolor techniques and theories that you need to know for this class. I'll see you on our next topic. 5. Part 1: Autumn Nature Elements: Hey guys, so on this part we will be illustrating nature elements. So the first element that we are going to illustrate is pumpkin. So here's how it goes. First things first of course, we need to draw our pumpkin, and this is how we do it. So, so first we are going to create an overall, so this will be our guide in creating our pumpkin. And then after you have created your overall, we will create the marks inside or ova. And we will continue until we reach the shape that we wanted for our pumpkin. So we are almost done with our pumpkin illustration. Now that we're done, what I'm going to do next is air East, the smart, just so it won't be very visible when a painted my pumpkin. Now let's proceed with the painting. I always want my illustrations to look very natural and I want the watercolor to look very visible. So in here I'm going to leave white spaces on some areas. By the way, I am using quinacridone, burnt orange from the Nasmyth on our pumpkin. And I mix it with a little bit of Van Dyke brown. So I'm painting all the sides of the pumpkin. And by the way, guys, I am mixing different water and coloration here. So I'm going to mix T, water and milk just so there will be indifferent flows of color in each side of the pumpkin. So as you can see, the last thing that I painted was in milk mixture. Now this one is also in milk. And I'm done with my first layer. So I'm going to add butter mixture on some of the areas in between my pumpkin. Just so there will be an effect that there are shadows and depth on my painting. Now I'm going to take my undersea green by Daniel Smith. And I'm going to use it for the handle of my pumpkin. I'm going to mix it with a bit of Van Dyke brown also two. So there would be an effect of wood and natural flow from green to orange. For the finishing touch, I am going to get my water springs, so this one is optional. And then I'm going to get my round brush again and spread a bit of the color just so there will be a whimsical effect on my pumpkin. And that is it for our pumpkin illustration. Now let's go and proceed to our next illustration, which is maple leaf. So this is how we illustrate a maple leaf. First we go to draw the shape over ME belief. It's kinda hard. But just so you know, not all of the parts of the maple leaf looks the same. So it's okay if your drawing is not perfect, so don't make it perfect. Don't make it look as if the left side is the same as the right side. So this is how I draw a maple leaf. And then later on I'm going to show you also how to paint a maple leaf without showing it first. So I am using a milk mixture of quinacridone, burnt orange for this one. And later on, I will be dabbing a little bit of banding round on some areas, just add that. Well, the first layer is still wet. I'm going to dab a little bit of Van Dyke brown and some edge of my maple leaf, just to give it an effect that it's dry and give it a more autumn feels. For the final step, I will be adding the little branch are the little handle and the middle. And I'm going to add a little bit of some veins inside my maple leaf also. Now here's how we paint a maple leaf or without showing it first. So I'm using a size 16 round brush here. And I'm just creating this strokes. So just thin strokes and releasing it slowly at the top just to create a very tiny tip. I personally like this vector. So I'm going to add a weather mixture of my color on some areas of my leaf just to add a little bit of depth and color. And I am adding also a little bit of Van Dyke brown. Makes sure that your base layer is still wet when doing this one, because if your base layer is already dry, you will not be able to create this effect naturally. So it will be very obvious. Okay, So make sure it's wet so the colors will blend naturally. Let's wait for a maple leaf, the dry and the liter. We will add more details for now, let's go to our third element, which is love. 6. Part 2: Autumn Nature Elements: So of course we're going to draw it first, just create a circle and then two lines. So this is our first log. And then our second log will be under needs our first circuit, the line first and then create your circle. And then correct, You're lying just in case you think that you aren't able to balance it well. Now time to raise the guides that we have created and then let us paint it. So the first layer, I'm going to paint it with milk mixture of Van Dyke brown. And I'll try to leave a little bit of white. Later on, we will fill in the logger with our darker shade of brown. But for now, let's create our base layer first. All right, so let's wait for this layer to dry up first. Now let's proceed to our next element, which is a corn. So this one is very cute and we don't have to draw it first before being thin. All we need to do is create this stroke, tiny strokes like this, and make it in the shape of over. So the first layer could be tea or milk mixture, but better if you will do it in milk mixture. And then after you're done with your base layer while it's still wet, you should add butter Mixture like this. There will be death and it will add a lot of beauty on your illustration. We're going to wait for that layer to drive up first, and then later on we'll see if it lightened too much. And if it does, we will be adding a lot more details. For now, Let's go proceed to our next element, which is wrench. So for here I mix my Van Dyke brown with a little bit upset b-a. And I am creating just a random, thin and thick strokes like this. And also mix a little bit of water with my color just so there will be a mixture of butter and milk on this illustration. Last autumn elements for this batch is a maple tree. So what we're gonna do is we're going to wet our surface for it with clean water. And I am using a dagger striper brush, but you can use any brush for this one. So be sure to add clean water. And then leave a little bit of whitespaces on some areas. And then once you're done, absent light shades of orange on your tree, and then let it dry a little. And then the next layer that we will be adding while it's still wet, but not too wet, is a little bit dark shade of orange. So this is the milk mixture of my connected own brand, orange. And then the last layer would be a butter mixture of quinacridone, burnt orange. Now for the tree trunk, I mix my Van Dyke brown with Zapier and created just a little bit of a trunk like this. And then for the base, a wetted with my water and just created something like this. Now time to go back to our maple leaf. Now, I added a milk mixture of my quinacridone, burnt orange, and discrete did some veins in the middle of my people leave. So be sure that your maple leaf is already dry when you create this. So again, I'm adding another one on May 1st, me believe, just random thin strokes. And then I'm going to add the details on my log now. So I'm getting a mixture of sepia and violet brown. And I'm going to do a dry brush technique. Now going back to my acorn added sepia mix with Van Dyke brown as my final layer. And and we're done. So these are our nature elements for our autumn illustration class. And I'll see you on our next topic, which is a fashion illustration for a dome. 7. Part 1: Autumn Wardrobe Elements: Hello everyone. On this part of the class we're going to illustrate fall items that can be found as I have already told. The first thing that we're going to illustrate is a sweater. So first of course, we have to sketch our sweater. So this is how we do it first is you're going to create a small rectangle and then put on the sleeves. If you're having a hard time following how I create this sketch, you can check on the coffee of the sketches on the project section of this class. So you can print it or you can copy it if you want to. Okay, so we're going to sketch some details as our sweaters design. And that's it, That's how we sketch our sweater. Now, I am going to erase this so that it will be a little bit light and not be very visible when I painted with watercolor. So here are the colors that we're going to use for the sweater. First is quinacridone, burnt orange by Daniel Smith. Second is very linear, ruined by imaging yellow mix to advantage ground. And third is very little maroon. So I might use a little bit of water For the color that we will be using for our selector. So for the first layer, I am going to add a milk mixture of my perylene maroon mixed with a little bit of Van Dyke brown. This is going to be the first layer of my sweater. And I like to have a little bit of darker tone on the left side of my sweater, just so there will be an effect that there's a little bit of shadow on some other side. So all you have to do, spread the color. And we'll wait for this first layer to dry before we add another layer. So the next thing that we're going to illustrate is a scarves. So this is a cute green scarf, and this is how we sketch it. So all you have to do is create a little bit of a rectangle and another one on both sides. So make sure that the other one, which is on the right side is a little bit longer compared to the one on the left side, and then add your tags at the bottom. Same procedure will be erasing this sketch. But if your sketches already like, you don't have to raise it anymore. Now the colors that I will be using is undersea green by Daniel Smith in both butter and mixture. So the first layer would be a milk mixture of degree in that we want. And to make the watercolor effect look very obvious, we are going to leave a little bit of whitespaces on some areas further die. So you're going to mix the water mixture and milk mixture on some parts of the color that we're using. So this is what it looks like, and that is the first layer of our scarf. Now let's go to our next element, which is umbrella. Before we proceed on adding leaders on our scarf and R33. So for the umbrella, here's how we're going to sketch it. So first is create this shape. And then create a smaller version on the other side. And then another one on the other side. For the last details, we are going to add the other top and the handle, which is kind of inverted liturgy. For the umbrella, I am going to use raw umber in butter and milk mixture. And then for the handle, I'm going to use a set via. So I'm going to erase the sketch marks first before I proceed with the first layer. So for the first layer, all you have to do is use the milk mixture of a raw umber and then put some color on our umbrella. So when filling our umbrella scholar, make sure to leave white spaces on some areas to preserve our highlights. Next thing that we're going to illustrate, the kids socks. So it's very easy to sketch or you have to do is create a small rectangle and somehow shape of liturgy, something like this. And make it two. Be sure that the size of your socks is just right, not too big and not too small. So it won't be hard for you to fill it with colors later on. At the detail. Decide on the top part of your socks. First is doing, which is a creamy white shade from White Nights Netscape. And the second is this connected own burnt orange from Daniel Smith and is a mixture of very little room and Sapien. So the base layer will be painted using our dunes spinel scaffolded Dre. And that's all that we're going to do first. Later on, we will add lots of beautiful details on this socks, which I know you guys will surely enough. Okay, so we're down to our fifth element, and this one is a very cute, very hat. So here's how we sketch this one. For this had we are going to use Berlin maroon mix with Serbia in butter and milk mixture. So will be the base layer with the milk mixture first. And then we are going to leave a little bit of white species. Next element that we're going to pay it is acute back. So this one is very easy to draw. All you have to do is create a rectangle and a shape like this. And then it's locked. And then the handle. And lastly the strap. So for this one we're going to use is Van Dyke brown in both. But they're a mixture. Okay, So we're almost done with our base layer. And a guess. Our first element, which is this vector, is already dry by now. So we're gonna go back there and add the details. So this one is the exciting part. I'll see you there. 8. Part 2: Autumn Wardrobe Elements: Okay, so for the details of this vector, I'm going to use the product mixture of my color, which is perylene maroon. And then I'm going to paint this. So this is the detail that I want to add. But of course you can change it, like make it circles or wherever you want. So I made it like this. So it could be simple and easy to follow. I'm going to add something on the sleeves also, and details on the neckline. So I am using golden natural brush by silver brush limited. And this is in ultra around. So this is very pointy. Now I'm adding a little bit of colors. So this is the mixture of the color that we're using on the top and the top part of our sweater just to give an effect that there's a little bit of shadow. I'm also going to soften the edge of the dose that I added on the neck part so that it won't be too harsh. The line told me too hard. So if you want to do the same, all you have to do is load your brush with clean water and then apply it on the strokes that you have created. It will soften the strokes I'll be using. But during mixture on the lower part of my selected as well as on the lower part of the sleeves. Alright, let's go to the scarf. So for this card, now I'm going to use the bucket mixture of my undersea green and I'm going to add details like stripes like this. So it will look and so it will give an effect as if there are false. So to soften this strokes, I'm going to load my brush with water and soften the edge of the strokes. So I also skip some areas and then put some water in it just to give it an effect that there's a highlight. Now on this part, I am going to add the butter mixture because I want to give it a shadow effect. So continue the process on this side. And very good. Now for this part, I'm going to add butter mixture of undersea green. It surely gave it an effect. There are some dazzles and the back and some vessels in front. Next is our acute umbrella. So for this one, I'm going to add the butter mixture of raw umber and the edge of my umbrella. And I'm going to soften it with water on my brush. Now we still have to let this layer dry before we add the color for our hand, because the color of the umbrella might spill on the hand. So let's proceed to our surface. So far the socks that he does is we're going to add is on top of our socks. So this one is perylene maroon mix with us. I had the same color here on this part. Here. For some extra detail, we're going to use the spine of scapula. And we're going to add lines like this on our stocks. So after doing this one, we're also going to soften this using what we're almost done with our stocks are so cute. So I hope you guys are able to follow along. Now. We are going to go back to our umbrella and add some more details. So in here for the handle I'm going to use, but they're mixture upset. Yeah. Let's go to our very hat. So for our very hat, I am using Berlin maroon make sweet. Yeah. And I am adding a lot of color on the left side of my head and leaving some blank space to give an effect that there are highlights on my birthday. Okay, so we're down to our last element for this section. And in here I am using the butter mixture of Van Dyke brown for this part of my bag. And I'm slowly applying it for the handle. I am using Van Dyke brown butter mixture as well. Last detail as the lock. And I left a little space from the cover of my bag onto this lock so the color of the cover won't bleed. So this one is an SAP. Yeah. We are done. 9. Part 1: Autumn Kitchen Elements: Hello everyone. So in this part of the class, we're going to learn how to illustrate fall items that can be found in your kitchen. So let's go. First thing that we're going to illustrate, It's a cup of hot chocolate, which is perfect for autumn season. So here's how we do it. First, of course, we're going to sketch it and sketching it. What we need to do is create a small circle. I mean small over and then two lines on both sides and a little bit curved line at the bottom, and then an inverted see for the handout. So this is our sketch for our hot chocolate. As you can see, if it's so easy and I know you guys can follow along. Now for this illustration, we are going to use colored blue and color brown. So I am going to use indigo, yellow. And then I'm going to use both the water mixture of this color and it's milk mixture. I'm also going to use Van Dyke brown in milk mixture and team mixture. Now for the first layer of our cup of hot chocolate, I am going to use the milk mixture of indigo and fill my cop with this color. So I'm going to spread the color. And that's it. So we're going to leave this one and let it dry first before we add another layer. Next thing that we're going to illustrate is acute pumpkin pie. So all we have to do is create the small triangle and create something like this. And then we'll make a TDI by adding the thickness of our pie. As usual, we will erase this layer or this sketch. So it won't be very obvious once we painted on. Now for this by we are going to use this colors. First is a mixture of raw umber, and then second is water mixture of raw umber and a little bit of Van Dyke brown. Now let's add the first layer of our pumpkin by, by using the team mixture of raw umber and putting it on the top layer of our pumpkin pie. And the next is, I'm getting the butter mixture of raw umber. And I'm going to spread it using water on the lower part of our bunk and buy those show the thickness of our Bye. For this area, I'm going to use the excess color in my brush and just put it like that. So let's go to our next element. Next we're going to draw a coffee intake outcome. This could be a pumpkin spice lattes, whatever you want. But this is a tick up cough, and here's how we do it. Just create something like this. It's really easy, right? And then further cover here is how we do it. Just extend the shape and then make another one on top, which is a little bit smaller. And then for the handle or the sleeves, we are going to create something like this. Alright, so that is our sketch. And for this one, we are going to use this color is, so this is a team mixture of urban did round. Then butter mixture of Van Dyke brown and less color is whether mixture of quinacridone burnt orange. Now for the first layer of our take-out cup, we are going to use the team mixture of Van Dyke brown. We're going to leave this to dry. And now let's proceed to our next illustration, which is a kid donuts. So here's how we do it. All we have to do is create a circle or an auto perfect circle like this. And then create another small one in the middle and create something like this to give a 3D effect. Now for our flavor, we are going to create something like this to give an effect that they're melting chocolate at the top part of our donor. And to erase our sketch to paint the first layer. So I am going to use the team mixture of Van Dyke brown to paint our first layer battery here, the colors that we're going to use, the mixture of vended brown and mix with Van Dyke brown in both butter mixture. So this is what it would look like. Now, fifth thing that we're going to illustrate is the skewed cost Sun. So all you have to do is create something like this. It's very easy. So connect that and another one. It would be better if you will make it a little bit curve. So this is our final sketch. And then, so let's erase this wine. Now, let's paint the first layer using milk mixture of our raw umber. Just going to paint the light strokes like this. And it would be better if you will leave a little bit of white spaces in between. So, alright, now here are the official colors that we're going to use for our croissant. First is a milk mixture of raw umber and then second is, but they're mixture offer. Okay, so for our last element, we're going to sketch a ketal. So this is how we do a capital. It's very EC, and this is the hardest part of the candle. Actually. It's kind of a challenge for me to create this far. But if you're good at it or if you want it to be simple, you can just create a straight line. Okay, let's put the handle, the top part, and then the whole handle over cattle. So it's so easy to illustrate this, just a little bit hard on the part where the water comes out. But I know you guys can do this. All right, now here are the colors that we're going to use. I'm going to use butter mixture of undersea green tea mixture. Time to erase everything. Now let's go create the first layer. So I'm going to use T mixture of color and spread it on the whole body of our petal. Now, on this part, I am going to get the butter mixture and create something like this. So make sure that the base layer is still wet. So it will bleed and it'll create something like that. Now you can fill in inside, but the first character who in your painting, you can skip this part and just do it later. Now we're going to add a little bit of shadow on some side. So I am getting the water mixture and spreading it on the right side of my petal. Let us go and wait for this one to dry first. Now let's go back to our first illustration, which is the hot chocolate in a cup. 10. Part 2: Autumn Kitchen Elements: So please get your butter mixture of indigo or any dark blue, and then create this layer. So this is a very clean stroke on the top part of our cup. And be sure that the first layer that we did earlier is already dry before you do this. Because if it's still wet, the color or the part where we put the butter mixture will bleed and it will ruin your painting. So make sure that the first layer that we did earlier is already dry before you do this part. Now for another layer of detail, I'm going to add a line here. So again, I'm using the butter mixture of my indigo. And another one detail here which is to handle. So the reason why my strokes are clean is because my brush, which is the golden natural oils to around It's very pointy so I can create clean lines like this. So I hope you guys are using a detail brush or a pointy brush as well. Now for the hot chocolate, I am using mixture of Van Dyke brown and I'm carefully putting it on this blank space at the top. And now I added a little bit of butter mixture of my Van Dyke brown. And so it's okay if the color spills a little bit, but if it didn't spill, that would be better. All right, so for the final detail, I am adding the team mixture of my vending ground as the smoke effect at the top of my hot chocolate. All right, so we are done with or hot chocolate. Now let's add details to our pumpkin pie mixture of mirror. I added a thin line like this. And then I wet my brush with clean water and spread the color undress of my Pi. So this gave a TED effect. I'm also going to add the butter mystery on the top portion of my Bye. And we will wait for this layer to dry before we proceed to adding another layer. So for our decoder, we are now going to add the cover. So I am using Van Dyke brown mix width in here. And this isn't butter mixture. I'm going to add another one at the top so you can live a little bit of space in between the two rectangles. But if you want to connect this two, that's also okay. So it's up to you. Now after that one, we are now going to add this leaves. So for this leaves, I'm going to use a butter mixture of quinacridone, burnt orange. So carefully put the sleeves in here. And it would be better if you will add extra, little bit extra space or from the call to this leaves just so it will give an effect that their sleeves at the back. Okay, now let's add the details to our donuts. So in here I mix sepia and Van Dyke brown as well. And I am using the butter mixture of these colors. So the first thing that I did is to trace the bottom part of the doughnut just so I can create a soft melting effect for my flavor. So after that, I'm going to spread the color. So as you can see here, It's easier for me to spread the color because I now have my Werder. Now while this layer is still wet, what I'm gonna do is I will clean my brush and lift. The color on this area to give a 3D effect on my DO NOT. So make sure that your brush is clean. Next is cosine. So I'm going to add the water mixture of the color that I'm using, which is raw umber on the sides of my croissant. And later on I'm going to spread these colors to soften the edge. So this is the effect that I'm going to do. So again, to do this affect all you have to do is clean your brush and loaded with clean water. All right, So we are done with our cosine. Now let's go to our ketal. So now I am going to add the detail on the, on this part of my ketose. So this is a water mixture of my color which is undersea green. And I also use butter mixture for the hand. Let's continue adding details. So butter mixture again here to highlight the cover of my category. And again, I'm going to soften this area. So for the top handle I am using sepia. I am filling this cute. Just adding some finishing touch and some corrections and some areas. Now if you're scared to move on this area, just leave it as is. Now, let's go back to our pumpkin by, so I'm redoing this detail on this area because it's now light. And I'm going to add something on this area to give an effect that there's a popping on my pumpkin by onto the final detail of our capital. I am going to redo the handle undock, just to emphasize it. So as you can see, guys, when a water color is tried, it like dense. So you should add another layer if you want it to be stronger or use a darker shade if you one. That's all for this topic. I'll see on the next one. 11. Final Project!: Thank you so much for attending this class and I hope you guys enjoyed as much as I did. And for our final project, I hope you guys can upload it on the project section of this class. So what is our final project? I want you guys to cut out all of the illustrations that you guys have, meet and do it as if you're creating a sticker. Now, take a photo of the things that you have been bed and uploaded on the project section of this class, I want to give a little bit of review, comments and suggestions so that you guys can improve your work. So I'm so excited to see all your work and I'll see you on our next class.