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Get Creative with Watercolor Fishes

teacher avatar Femvisionary, Watercolor Artist and Instructor

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Materials

    • 3. Practice Study of Folds

    • 4. Practice Study of Bubbles

    • 5. Project Part 1 - Masking Fluid

    • 6. Project Part 2 - Blending

    • 7. Project Part 3 - Adding other details

    • 8. Conclusion

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About This Class

A really easy Step by Step watercolor fishes workshop. This class for beginners as well as intermediate levels. I hope you really enjoy it - please leave your reviews!

For the Materials

- Fabriano Cold Press Watercolor Paper 210 gsm

- Filbert Brush Winsor Newton Size 6mm

- Round Brush size 4 - Silver Brush Veltvet 3000s

- Watercolor Paints from Nevskaya Palitra (St. Petersburg White Nights)

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Watercolor Artist and Instructor


Hi there! I am Madhumika Sankar and I go by the name Femvisionary on Instagram. I am originally from India and have lived my entire life in the Middle East. I am an avid traveler and really enjoy dreaming up new places.


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1. Introduction: Hi everyone. Welcome to my get creative with watercolor Fish's class. This is a really fun class. I am so excited about it. We are going to be going into details about what a color blending and creating this beautiful artwork. At the end. I can't wait for you to get started. I am muddle. I'm a watercolor artist. I've been painting for so many years. And I already have four classes on skill share right now. And I'm excited to have this one as well. This is a beginner class to an intermediate level. So if you're a beginner level, I would suggest trying it multiple times. And if you're at an intermediate level, you can play around with different color combinations to improve your skill level as well as learn the technique. So happy painting, let's get started. 2. Materials: Before we get started with our project, and let's talk about materials. This is the most important part in watercolors. If you have the wrong materials, it does affect your final artwork. So it's really important to take the time, make sure that you have the good materials or the appropriate material. I wouldn't see the good or the bet. But appropriate materials that can help your artwork. For this project, we're gonna be using cold press people. This is called press watercolor paper. The brand I'm using is Fabriano. And you can use something that is beyond 200 GSM. Try not to get something that is less than than 200 GSM because your paper isn't going to really be able to withstand the water. And it's going to end up buckling, bending, tearing and dropping. The other thing is to remember that we're using cold press paper. Because as you see in the next steps, you need to use co-operative upper. This is really, really important. So you can see the Fabriano. It's already a pre glued pad, which means all the papers are glued together already. I've also mentioned the materials in the class project introduction details, so you can read it that as well. This paper does not need to be stretched or any of those other details. You don't have to do any of that. You can use the paper as it is. If using a lot of water, then you would need to do stretching and taping it down and all of those, since you're not going to be using that much water for this project, you can use the paper as it is. I'll even be cutting it out of the bat and using it separately. Now the next thing is the water color paints. For this one, I'm going to be using three different colors. I'm using a blue, a pink, and an orange. Also a black for the ice separately, that could just be a Ben. The three. Brands that I'm using as well are basically white knights for all the three colors. So I'd like White Nights. The colors are very vibrant and so that's the one that I'm using for this project. If you are going to be trying colors, other color schemes, I would such as color schemes that worked very well with each other. Colors that when you combine as well, work well with each other. For example, a pink and blue combined gives you a purple. So it's a really good combination. So try to make sure that you keep that in mind when you're selecting your colors. The next thing is the paint brushes. For this one we are going to be using a Winsor Newton. This is a filled but brush. It has a size six MM or 1 fourth inch. You don't have to use the same brush. You can use a round brush. I'm just gonna be using a filler but because I feel like it holds a lot of water and can keep the shape of the design that I'm planning to do. The next brush that we're gonna be using is the silver black velvet. This is a size four. In terms of investment, I would say this is definitely a brush to invest in. It's a beautiful round brush. It is excellent quality. It has a beautiful shape and holds a lot of water compared to a lot of brands out there. A lot of Ron brushes that I have tried. This is definitely one of my foremost recommendations. Now the next thing that we would need is drawing gum, and this is the most important part of our entire project. So before starting the project, make sure you have drawing gum because you won't be able to do the project without it. So this is a feeble drawing gum. Basically, drawing gum is like masking fluid. So wherever you do use destroying gum, those areas will not get any paint on them. So it's really perfect. And it basically creates a resist on the paper. So anything you paint over it, you can will not get any paint. Any area that you paint over with it will not get any paint. And you can easily remove it. In water colors. It comes very, very handy. Apart from this, you would need a rack lot to dab out any extra water, glass of water. Scale pencils and any other additional items for your sketching. Now let's get started with our project. 3. Practice Study of Folds: So I want to go over some exercises on really understanding how foods book. And I'm going to do a very basic level example. But if you really want to understand the fishes holes a little bit further, I would suggest actually looking at art work, looking at Sure, like fishes, pictures, reference images and really looking at how the shadows and highlights work. Now generally when you're drawing folds, you use s. So you can see that that's an S from DOT site. And it's really as simple as that. You just play around the scopes and wherever you have the lines coming through. Although its lowest point of the code and the highest point of the curve, those become the fold lines. So you can see that wherever the lowest point, highest point, both them become the full length. Four though. Thin, this is going to be the tail fin of the fish. You can practice again just a couple of times before we move on to our final project. I'm going to show you another example. This is going to be the thing that comes at the bottom. You can see I'm again drawing in inverted S this time. You can use it offense fish images for this if you're not comfortable with the drawing pot. In terms of understanding how highlights work. In terms of highlight shadows. It's really good to actually take dresses veterans, my background was in fashion, so I actually learned a lot about folds of fabrics and that's how I practiced. So you can start with something like that is much more simple and then move on to little bit more complex drawings and Outlook. So wherever there is a fold, you have a darker color that comes in at that point. So wherever you have the line, basically wherever you have the mind of the lowest point, it becomes a fold. And you can really play around with this. So you can see here I'm starting off with the doc, the segmented right of the line. Now the first example that I'm gonna be showing you is a little bit more elaborate. It GOD helps you understand how the effect is created. And then the second one, the smallest thing I'm going to show you what I'm going to be doing in today's outlook. So you can see how making it darker, especially towards that line and lighter, a waveform it. I'm going to keep building on that color because I want to make it look like a full load. Now the next one is the other side. Fold. Again starting off with the daka, daka pigment color. It's the same thing because she fed more of the pigment or less. And then taking some clear water and blending it. Similarly for this folder as the darker pigment and color and blending with clear water. I'm making sure that I don't bring the clear water all the way to the edge just because I focused on non tried. So if I write now, blended too much, you're going to end up mixing up the paint with the previous layer that we just did for the fin. So just to avoid that, I'm keeping those gaps. So you can see that. And then blend it in with. So you can see this already, the effect of fold coming through. And you can see I'm just adding more of the darker pigment just up those folds. So now you've seen when the fall comes to what's the right? What happens when it comes to us and left? What happens? Now? I'm gonna do the center the center line part stay with, it's basically double folded on either side. So let's show how to paint on that next. Now since our fishes are multi-colored, I'm doing, I'm adding blue. In our output. The blue color comes only towards the edge of the fish. So it's not throughout the entire thing is just to us though. In this case a, the top edge and the actual fish, it would be more towards the end of the fish, right side or left side. But in this case it's just on the top of Though. The top edge would be the blue color. Again, I'm just blending it in very, very gently. It's okay if it blends all mixes with the pink. That's fine. But I'm just trying to gently blend it in to give an additional column to the outlook. Is taking blending areas that haven't blended pulpy effect. It looks really nice to just have a little bit more to do, especially in the cento. Rob trying my artwork completely. And now I can go on to the next step, which is the center part. I'm gonna be taking in the thing and doing a very lightly or could I don't want it to be very dark night. So as you can see the blends on either side and you can see the full coming through on either side. This is in my mind read though, for this coming upward. And just going over the folds again just to make sure that the color Jordi shows through and it looks very obvious. So now that we've done this, I'm going to take a little bit of the blue and just go over the top. But again, just to again build up the column. And you can see after the first time that we did the blue, it just kind of faded away since the the the color dried. So I'm just doing it again just so it brightens up a little bit more GOD like layer of blue. And a keep going over those full edges to make sure that the colors darker that they'll often letting the artwork completely dry. And we're just gonna do the full, the insight pots. That is bend comes through whether coef comes through the S-shape, those areas, we're going to take the thing and just fill them up. I know this is a little bit maybe difficult to understand. But as you get into it and as you keep practicing, you're gonna get more and more comfortable and really understand how it works. Now let's move on to the next one. This is going to be the easier version of what we're gonna be doing in our project today. So you start off with a thing called URL. And then we have the blue that's coming out the bottom, blending to us a bank. Now that you've caught this, I'm going to take in more of the blue to make it a little bit more darker and more of the pink to make it more darker. So you have the indefinite basically completed with the dark colors on either side. Taking some clear water to blended. And in case it's to watching other colors to access. You can just damp out the entire brush with your tissue, completely dab it out and then dab the people. And what that excess water. No, I've tried this artwork and I'm going into those details of the lines of the folds. We're just going to take in the blue color and just gently do the folds and then blend them. The way I decide to blend is based on the curve that I've drawn down below. So really pay attention to how I'm doing this and you can use the exact same example. If you're just starting off. Now that it's try, I'm going in with the pink and it just highlighting those folds again. Now after drying it, I'm just gonna do the insight folds or the underneath behind fold practices multiple times so you can understand. And you can see in the fishes here what I've done, wherever there's a fold, it either goes into the darker pink or you can make it lighter. And really pay attention to this. So if you want, you can pause this and notice how I've done the darker areas and lighter areas before you go into your project can also be a good example for you. 4. Practice Study of Bubbles: Now here's a study on the water droplets. Generally, the droplets are kind of an oval shape, not a complete circle. And you can decide where you want the light to be seen. So these are the lighting. You will have the shadow that comes right below like that almost three-fourths. And you would have on the water droplet, red on top, a certain area that has more of the water, more of the blue collar, that's the color that is seen and the restaurants weight. You'll understand it further has b go along into the painting. Subsiding of for the very, very light color. So this is like an integral glue that I've chosen. And it's more of the water and less pigment concentrated solution. And I'm just gradually blending it out for the shadow effect. Just adding more and more, some doing it in steps. So I'm not taking directly a lot of the big men. I'm just starting small because I wanted to gradually blend out. I don't want it to be a very fixed layer, so I'll be taking Clearwater, blending it out and again, adding blue just over and again, just to build on that color. And right at the bottom, exactly what I am doing, that sweat, I'm trying to get more of the color. So at the outline, it's also based on the droplet because that's exactly where the droplet touches the paper or floor or whatever it is. So that's where you would see the maximum darkness. Now inside the bubble. I'm going to be painting the same blue color. I'm starting off with the left side. So basically not touching on the idea that we have already done, doing the other side, the opposite side. So the area that's right next to the shadow is going to be light. It's going to be a white collar. And the area that's away from the shadow is darker. Again, you can go into looking at more reference images to get more of an idea. This is just a very, very quick basic water droplets study. Now letting this dry little bit, I'm going in with a little bit more pigment. I'm just slowly, gradually building on those layers of column. Again, notice how I'm not doing all the way to the edge and making sure that that color comes right in the middle. Almost more towards the left side, more towards the outer side, but not towards the edge. I don't want to have like a line at the edges. A little bit more towards the center. I hope that's clear. I'm trying to explain what I'm doing here, but I'm sure when you're looking at it, you will get a better idea. So you can see how I'm trying to build on that shadow layer as well. Taking more indigo, I'm gonna go over this ticking clear water, blend out the edge a little bit more. Now the only reason I'm doing it with this blushes just because it's convenient, but you can do it with a normal brush. That's fine. This will just approach that I had an also the sample that I'm doing right now is really small. Taking more pigment and building on the Kahlo, more towards the outer edge. Now building on this, I'm gonna take a little bit more of indigo, Dhaka integral. And just as a line, go over the radio again. And that's a completed droplet. Now let's start with our project. 5. Project Part 1 - Masking Fluid: Now let's get started with our project. For this class, I am not doing any practice exercises. I'm just gonna leap into the project. What I'm doing first is drawing the officials that I would like to paint. I love doing that because I can plan how far I wonder fishes to be, how far I want them to be from the edge to make sure that they're centered. So this is why I always show my main object before I go into painting. I have got the same fishes in the resource tab. So if you want to use that as a reference, you can do the same thing. Also. You can pick up other fishes if you would like, not the same type that I selected. Another thing to remember is when you're drawing to make sure that it's very light. You don't wanna make it very, very dark and have these lines show through in your watercolors. Since watercolors is a very transparent, translucent medium, What's going to happen is if you have any of these lines in pencil, they're going to be immediately seen through. Also, you won't be able to erase them after the paint is on top of it, which becomes a huge problem. So in order to avoid it just usually like lions and again, very rough lines, it doesn't have to have all the details. I know from this it's not very clear. I will show you a close up, but it's just the outline. I don't go into the picture of the scales. I'm not drawing any of those extra details. In case you don't draw or are not comfortable with drawing free hand. What I would suggest is taking the watercolor sheet separately and taking a printout of the fishes and keeping them on top of each other so they'll print out. And on top of it you have the watercolor paper. Now you can keep the set either in front of a window that has a lot of light or at a light box. And then you would be able to easily traced. Though printout. It's doesn't really smart way of doing it. When I have complicated designs that are gonna take me really long too. Draw a uses technique because it's going to be a lot more faster. Take your time in this process. Makes sure that you get the drawing right. Make sure that after you draw it, you are happy with it. You can keep it a little bit faraway. Stared at it for a bit. So that's exactly what you want. If you want to make any changes, you want to make one of the fins longer, you wanna make the tail more. You can do all of that. And it's better to do with now than do it after you start painting. Now, also another tip is generally when I'm trying any object and this is actually a rule that comes into play when you're going into graphics. Something that they teach is that it's always good to have groups of three. So if you're doing any painting, any artwork, groups of three have a visually better impact than one. So in this case I'm not doing three, but I'm trying to do at least two because just one tends took really empty. This just again, something that I've heard and I tend to use it a lot. My artwork. You can see how light and how easy my pencil sketch is. Again, user2. So step print out for a couple of options for the fractious. Now I'm just erasing areas that I feel are really dark. And there you go. You can see one of my fishes relic clearly. I'm also adding some bubbles. This just an added thing. You don't have to do it. Okay. Just checking my paintings if there's anything that I need change. And now we can get started with our artwork. As I mentioned in the materials, one of the main things you would need for this artwork is the masking fluid. Now, I'm using one of my surely all brushes. So this is a brush I don't use. It's a really nice thin brush. You can use a stick. They actually also have kinda like plastic pens with nips data plastic to use because when your using masking fluid, it tends to dry and drew in your brush. So don't take approach that are used very often or a good quality brush. Don't do that. You're going to basically have to throw the brush at the end of it. Or it's going to be stuck because it's glue. Some starting of a painting, the basically drawing with masking fluid, the body of the fish. You can do any sort of doodle. I'm doing small leaves and making the details really, really tiny. Cause when you finish it's gonna look really amazing. The size of this artwork is about six inch by six inch. I would suggest if you're a big nerd who started at eight inch by eight inch, so you have a bigger space to work with. So I'm drawing these small leaves, small designs using the masking fluid, making sure that there's enough space. And I'm also making sure that it's all tiny, tiny, tiny gaps because it's going to look so much better. One SPE finish. Also, when you're working with masking fluid, just want you to know it's not the easiest medium to work with because it drives really quickly. So you can't go or a certain line multiple times because it's just going to lift up the previous layer. So you need to work really quickly. And it dries very, very fast, so well quickly come up with very simple designs. Don't do anything complicated. Something that can be done in small strokes. You can even do dots if you have no idea what to do. And if it's your first time, just do dots. I have been using medium for quite a while, so I'm a little bit more comfortable with it. But even otherwise. When I have empty spaces and stuff, doing anything really crazy or that's going to be really tough to handle. I just do dots. I love this masking fluid because it's blue color because you can actually see the details. You do get masking fluid that's transparent. And I know you don't like that because I can't see what I've done and I want to see what a design I have drawn. It's so important to me. So I love the blue color one. And you can see just dots in between to fill up the space. Really have fun with this. You can do some Indian designs. You can do Mandela's here if you want. Play around with it. For any of you who have been following key or seen any of my other classes? I always do leaves. I just don't know. There's just something about it. I loved the youth. So that's why. Another thing that you can try is instead of using the cutting fluid just in the body, you can do it over the fence. Or instead of doing leaves, you can try squiggly lines, curvy lines, things like that. You can play around with how much you want to use it, how little? So maybe you don't do so much. Has I have done with little spaces, you can do bigger designs. So just giving you ideas because I want you guys to think beyond what you've just done. And also to make sure that your projects, whatever you're trying out, ends up coming out a little bit different. And you really have fun with that. Lets your creative DIY comin through as well. I love the details. And also notice how every time I need to keep taking more of the Muslim fluid because it doesn't, it's not like watercolors where it stays on your brush. And since I'm using a thinner brush, I end up having to take every single time. Okay, it's another B have done deaths. I'm gonna let it dry completely before we move on to the painting. Generally for drying, I'm just going to use a blow dryer because it's going to quick in the process. Now, also you can see at the ending bits, I have added more dots along the bottom of the fins are the tips of it. Again, she was something I wanted to try. And you will see it in the final project, how it looks, and you can decide a few. Wanna do this or not. So now let's move on to painting. 6. Project Part 2 - Blending: Now that we have done our masking fluid, let's start off with the painting. I'm signing up with clear water and doing the tail fin. It's not too much water. Just keep track of that, that it's NFO water, but it's not too whether the paper starts buckling. Now I'm going to start off with one of the colors. Just gently doing it to the edge. This is the blue. What I'm trying to do is form the tail fin. The start of the tail fin, I'm gonna be doing lines going outwards whenever it comes to the edge of the fin. In order to not have a very rugged edge, I make sure that my precious flat so that I get a nice pointed tip. Now taking my second color, notice how I do the edges because it will start affecting your painting. When you do it normally. After drying it completely, let's move on to the next layer. I'm studying for the dark pink. And again, starting at the start of the tail fin and drawing my lines from there. Doing the same thing on the next layer. And the next fish, Sorry, can see the pink that I'm starting off with. I'm not doing it everywhere because I still want the underneath layer to be seen. So it's just going to be lines. And also try to pay attention to how the fish is. So the idea that folds, where the fin folds, that's going to be darker. So look at that, how parties that, I love it. I hope you guys are excited when you pay into x2. And I get really, really excited to see each color layered in at every step. So I'm taking the deeper blue. I'm just doing a second layer because generally what happens with watercolors as the college's ends up dialing down as time goes, has a dry ice. So I like doing multiple layers because it's really stats showing through when becoming really bold and bright. So those of you who are struggling with your colors coming pride, this is literally your solution, is just making sure that you have multiple layers of the same color. Notice also the direction I'm doing though. Strokes and I don't do them in random directions. I always make sure that it's coming towards the same point. That's because at the end, when it all dries, it's going to make a difference. So it's really important for you to follow those lines. Don't do it horizontal or vertical. Really covert to where it's supposed to go naturally. Okay, now that we've tried this, I'm just going to do the finishing touches. You also doing the fin, tail fin. So now when I'm doing the pink color, I do it for them. I do straight lines, but also starting from the body of the fish. So keep that in mind. It has to be towards the body of the fish. It has more color then a v. So you can see what I'm trying to do. All of the areas that are fins or tail fin or anything that comes close to the body becomes pink. Anything that's far away is more of the blue. I'm taking some clear water and blending that blue. And also the back tail fin. Now that I have done the blue layer. I'll go in with the pink, starting from the body and doing lines away from it. Just adding some live clients. So it shows the effect of fan, but not too much. Because we're going to do another layer anyways, where we're going to basically go into the details even more further and highlight all the fin lines, everything. But for now, we're just going to add the color and see it, see it feed through, blend through. So officials coming along. And we're gonna do the sped-up version of the second first. So you can see what I'm doing here. Try to take colors at early match well with each other, colors that blend into a different combination. For example, if you're gonna take a blue and an orange, what's going to happen is when blue and orange makes you get a proton. So that's a bad color combination. So try to pick colors that really work well together. Colors that blend together as well. I love doing blue and pink because it ends up giving you a purple. So I always loved that. And you could do yellow and sorry, blue and yellow. That's also a great combination. You can take pink and yellow because it gives you an orange. So try to think of colors that when you blend them together, they also give you a third color that is really, really pretty. So now that we've done this, I'm going to let a try before we move on to our next step. 7. Project Part 3 - Adding other details: It's part three of our project. We're almost getting there. So now that we've drawn, dried out well, completely look pretty that looks already. It looks so nice, right? The colors are really coming through. And definitely if you're not sure, try the blue and red combination, blue and pink combination. It's amazing. Okay, now I'm gonna do the final, final touches, which is I'm gonna take my round brush and I'm gonna go into all the ten lines, giving those highlights at the fin. With my darker color. I'm gonna do it with the pink. You can see I'm not doing a complete outline but just some ideas. Any fall that I have. Any tips that you have, any lines that you want to show, all of that you can do it right now. This is also the place where if you have irregular shapes in case you are painting and you didn't get the exact outline. Here. You can go in with your round brush and do the outline. So see him going into the details. So this is where if I need to make any Andrea darker, i'm going to do that. If a specific area needs more red or highlight, it can be seen. Right? So this is what we're doing and we basically almost done. So we just have the body of the fish remaining. Really known as home going in with these lines. And red I'm doing them. Now let's speed this along and move on to our body. Ok, now let's go in and do the body taking in the red with a lot of water and going in to the body. Now, the reason it's not painting completely is because of the fact that we had on the masking fluid, so don't worry about it. I'm going around the fin. You can see that I'm just going around with the red and pink. And in the middle, I'm just taking clear water and Memoriad the access because I don't want it to be fewer literally right? In the center of the body of the fish. And I'm taking another color which is a little bit of an orange color to just add a little bit more, little bit more of a different color. It's going to make the artwork even more than just the blue and the pink orange sheet to make it stand out. And then they think as well. So you have the orange really makes the artwork pop. So try to get a color that is maybe like a yellow, orange. Those are colors at rarely make any artwork that you're doing. Brighten up. So they really great colors to add in. But also notice I didn't take the orange with the blue or the yellow with blue because if had kept it near the blue, it would turn green, which would ruin the artwork, right? Unless you're planning to do a green fresh. So just keep that in mind. Wherever I've done the orange is when there's no other blue collar. And when I'm adding the blue and being very careful to make sure that it's the pink. So just really keeping in mind the colors and how they mix up with each other. Now let's move on to the next fish. Now let's move on to the face. The face day multiple colors I'm just gonna do one column is going to be the pink. So officious coming along. This is basically the last step in the painting part of it. One thing I love doing, and if I'm doing artwork like this, is to keep them actually separate paths just because I can actually move it around. It don't like keeping it stuck though. Board are stuck to the table because this makes it easier. Some starting of with the color that I want and the fin and basically outlines. So Julie, notice how I'm playing around and hardware and placing the color. And then making sure I go around the ice sheets. Now taking clear water and blending it. So basically the top of the face is darker in color compared to the bottom. So you can see what I've done there, showing you a little bit of a close-up so you can see exactly what I've done. Now let's do the other phase and go on to do the artists. So we're going to let the entire thing dry up before we move on to the next step, which is our final step. 8. Conclusion: So now our final step, which is after artwork is completely dried, I added those water bubbles just has an additional you can just do it with a Ben. Now within ADSR, gently, I'm gonna erase out are masking fluid. You can use your hand finger as well. But I like using an ADSL. But just be careful this works only if your people strong job. What are completely dry, as well as if you don't, it is too hard. Just tested before you try it. So I just use any race or degeneration suggests using a finger but it just I didn't I found a very uncomfortable. You do also get ends that have the plastic that can be used for it easing like a rubber plastic. But again, that's an additional expense. I'm not sure where you can buy those. So if you want to invest in that, that's fine. But this is just an easier way. So now I'm gonna, It is out first drawn masking fluid designs. And I love this part because now you can finally CR two. Ok. So now you can see if you did thin designs, what's the effect if you'd thicker designs? How it would affect to artwork something that's more spaced out, less paste, all of that. Now you can actually see the final effect of all the drawing that you did in the beginning. So this is our final artwork. And I hope you guys are excited to try it out. And I cannot wait to see your final project. If you have any questions, please leave them in the discussions tab. I'll be able to answer them. I would love to hear your reviews, your feedback, and also see your projects. In case you are going to be posting on Instagram, please do tag me. And you can also use FEM visionary inspired. So I can see your artwork. Really have fun with this project. And happy painting. Thank you so much for watching. Have a really great day ahead.