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Learn To Paint Countryside Landscape scenery With Watercolors || Beginner Friendly

teacher avatar Suhasini Badam, Watercolor Artist

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (59m)
    • 1. INTRODUCTION

      1:36
    • 2. LET'S KNOW THE SUPPLIES

      2:57
    • 3. Techniques

      11:24
    • 4. COMPOSITION AND SKETCHING

      6:51
    • 5. Layer 1

      15:13
    • 6. Layer 2

      14:49
    • 7. Layer3

      4:52
    • 8. Conclusion

      1:16
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Watercolor painting has long been a favorite medium of expression for enthusiasts and professional artists alike. Although you only need a brush and pigments to get started, watercolor is a material with many creative possibilities.

I believe the joy of creating with watercolors is within anybody’s reach. Some people simply don’t know where to begin. Others have fears and frustrations that prevent them from taking the leap. 

Here is the class where you can join and paint this beautiful village landscape in simple steps and learn many many tips and techniques while painting the class project..

This is a simple class where you will paint one beautiful countryside scenery , perfect to enjoy your weekend time whilst gaining some knowledge ..

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Suhasini Badam

Watercolor Artist

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Hello, I'm Suhasini Badam, Watercolor Artist from India currently staying in California.

I did my bachelors in computer science but destiny has its own decision , Picked a brush inspired by some Instagram painting posts and from then it became my full time job .I started working with watercolors from 2018 and i paint  different subjects but Landscapes stole my soul .

Now I paint mostly landscapes as i am attracted towards Nature .Nature has my heart .

i do paint Florals and Acrylics sometimes . but majorly i concentrate on painting landscapes in watercolors. you can find all my works in my Instagram profile . 

 

https://www.instagram.com/art_by_choice_/

 

Here are some of my works 

 

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1. INTRODUCTION: Hello guys. So I have come up with the new glass and yes, as the by deltas eBay's countryside watercolor landscape. So in this class we're going to do a relays landscape, and you're going to learn a bunch of new things. So let's get started. So before starting, let me do a small intro. So my name is to house me and we wanted a loudness from California. I'm doing what, a coalescence two years. And if you didn't watch my previous classes, please go and check them. You might have missed some glasses. So yeah, this is going to be a short and incremental class. This class is for those people who want to learn subject base bending. So if you know this object, then you can paint anything you want. And in this class we will lose a single landscape. We will just paint a single class project. And I will explain a lot of new stuff and new things and techniques to your gaze. And we will start the class by knowing all the saplings that we are going to use. And then we will learn some techniques, and then we will do the class project. So the Glass project pieces done in three layers and I have batch and the glasses and the lessons according to that. So guys, without wasting any time, let's get started with the class and see you in the next lesson. 2. LET'S KNOW THE SUPPLIES: Let us have a look at all the sublist that we're using in this class. So first come the paper. So this is the paper blog that we are using, and this is from San Diego to bird. And this is a cold pressed paper. The energy SMN, 100% quota and run and any equivalent pepper is good to achieve the same results as I get. And here is a final class project. We'll be painting today. Are you excited, guys? I'm a lot. Fo and the next important thing made it to pain is obviously color. So this is a custom palette. I have squeezed pain from Duke and I have written the names here so that it will be easy for you to observe while pending the class project. So these colors are from 23 brands of ICT nights and art, philosophy and Holbein. And I have squeezed the paint from these tubes into the pilot. And I will mention all the names by using them. So don't need to worry about this much. And the next one is precious. So these are the foil pressures that we'll be using. And these two are from silver black velvet of sizes 128. Both of them are round brushes. And this is from behave is it is a trout. And the reason for using this British 0s in this landscape, we will do palm trees and these have a sharp edge, which is good to paint the palm trees. And the next Pradesh is from autism. It is a liner brush. And we will use this brush to paint electric lines and small, small details. And what a spray bottle. So if you don't have this, it's okay. And next one is a two jars of clean water, moneys for washing our dishes. And the event E is of order washes. And lastly, above a napkin off excess water paint. So these are these applets required. You can use the brands that are available with you, but make sure to use a 100% quota with the paper, as it is most important to achieve the same quality results. So that's it guys. So let's get started by understanding some techniques in the next lesson. See you there. 3. Techniques: In order to understand and paint the glass project easily, have to learn some techniques priority like Bhutan where radon dry layering and have to pay him distend trees. And we will see all those first and later started glass. So let's see what we'll be learning in this lesson. So the first technique is veteran with second radon dry. Third one is layering, and fourth one is this ten greens. So we will see all these technics and really see I explained all these techniques using landscape, which makes it easier for you to understand more. So I'm starting with a baton technique. So we're done. Wet means very pained in your brush and verte surface. So I'm reading my paper first and I'm just adding water to small block of the paper. And viola playing water, make sure you cover the entire area evenly with water. So here our work surface is ready. Now let's make red band. I'm mixing ultramarine blue. Make sure of this thing. By mixing the pain. Do not mix more water to pain while doing wet on wet paper is already more water in the pain, dilutes it more or less pain. Now, I'm having vet paint on my brush and wet surface. So i'm applying paint. I'm moving my brush evenly if you observe to cover the surface evenly. And from the Middle, I've washed my Publish And I'm just spreading the existing pain. And from the bottom back, I'm applying a law of the surface is still wet and so I'm taking some rocket onto my brush and applying. So this is the first technique I don't make. And Nick's technique is the steamed greens. If you look at any place or any picture, we don't understand the shape of the distant things as they are verified and the greens to the green. But we can't find any definite shape. In order to achieve that in our painting, we'll be using where Don Read the reason for using the downward 0s. If he paint using radon MIT, we will have smooth edges. If you paint, if you see any branding with, if you do any pending that we're darn right, it will have some sharp edges, but they're distant objects will always looks mode. So in order to achieve that, we are using where downward technique. And by using this technique, we can make it look as if it is blended into the Baghdad. And he said, I'm losing Sap Green and very, very less water as it is, but I'm just splitting green paint at the bottom of the block. And now let's paint some distant palm trees. So I have taken british here and fending share profit boundary. And let me do the same tree with similar black velvet. Now I'm doing the same palm tree, we say black welfare, British. See the plate, the paint is bleeding mode as it don't have to point at edge. So I use the pointer ground of Bette Davis and Furda drunks. I'm using brand tambor and adding some grant number in the strain wet on wet layer. So now this is the first layer and let's see that on Dr. technique and layering technique in Wendy's price. So now this one is dried. So a landscape composition is usually made up of different layers, foreground, middle drawn, and background. The thing we did now is background. Background layer means we painted the things that are present in the background in the picture. Now we will paintings that are present nearer to the eye on the foreground layer using wet Andre. So now let's add some trees on the foreground. Show the boundaries are blender, very well into the Skype. Ok. So now let's paint some foreground trees to bend the foreground trees, I'm mixing here Sap, Green and yellow ochre. And always remember, foreground elements are brighter than background elements as that very near to our eye. And yes, the background is dry. So I have taken the behavior is British and sapling analog. Now I'm disbanding the shape of the boundaries. And I am adding one more tree here. This gives some random strokes. Don't be very definite with your lines are strokes that you are giving. And I'm adding some more palm trees here at the bottom part. And yeah. So if you see the trees are of different oral values of same color, that concept is called in density. Here I'm taking pained and very less water. And you can see it's very concentrator. And then add some more water to the already mixed mixture. Then the concentration will be reduced a bit. And when I add some more order and the intensity will be reduced a bit more. And then they repeat the same. We will get the latest Donald value of the same shade. I am repeating the same step. I'm just adding to the, adding water to the previous mixture. And you can see a clear difference of the tonal value. So this is how we use this in color in different ways. As I said, this is the concept of tonal values. And as I said before, the foreground objects are brighter as they're needed to arrive. So we foreground elements with darker Donald values and background elements with lighter Donald values. And adding some foreground drunks, as we do not add any trends in the foreground. But so this is, so the things we added now, a foreground layer. So we did two layers here, background and foreground layer. So this is the concept of layering. If we add one more layer on the top of this, then we call that as another layer. So that is the concept of layering in order colors. Now let's see the use of Leonard British. So I am taking here at designer to be 0. And if you draw a line using a liner brush, we will get very sharp and please planes. As if we paint, we sketch with pencil or pen. And if you draw the same with a bigger brush. And I'm taking a behaviours parish and the lines are as sharp as of the liner brush. And if feed rather same with bigger brush, we can get the same D-Day lines, but in order to achieve that, more practices needed. So I will show with a Lennon parish in our very last project. So I'm adding some electrical lines kind of thing in a demo bending. So the Lehner British is used for this purpose in order to give small, small details, pane some lines kind of thing. So we have done by Don Read Baghdad with distance varies and but aren't dry for our foreground. And we have seen layering. And also we have learned about in density. So these things are good enough to start painting on glass project. So let's meet in the next lesson where we see the composition. 4. COMPOSITION AND SKETCHING: Let's start our first lesson, composition and sketching. I'm digging it up sheet. The first step in composition is to determine whether your painting is in landscape or portrait mode. So after deciding whether you have a final pending is in which mode this drug orders according to that. So I want my project to be in landscape mode. So I'm roughly drawing borders. I'm roughly drawing a rectangle. And yes, it is done in this rectangle. I will compose my final painting. The basic step for composition is rule of thirds. Or these rules is 0s. We must divide the area into g equal parts horizontally and vertically. So we have nine total boxes. And these rules is that place your main subject near any of these intersections or on the intersections. So the painting will look more interesting. So these are the options that we have. And in our painting, as we have been doing a countryside landscape object will be a house obviously. So I'm planning to paint a house. One of these intersections that is here, as we had been being a relating. So l obviously paint the house. So by painting a fleece gets the things. I'm displacing a basic house, a basic sketch of the house. And yeah, if you do not get your sketch right, don't worry, just this is only a rough composition. You can always makes things correct. We do composition only for this purpose. And yeah, I've owned the house in the form. So I'm blessing some green fields like part at the bottom but and the bottom part will be the water and I bless him trees here. And as the secondary side, we find abundant of greenery. So lets add more Greece to our composition and countryside. We generally find tall palm trees, so LPS them in this sketch. So in order to balance the house Here, I am bending some bomb trees here, and some trees here, and a group of palm trees here. Those will go into the background. And some trees here. And there will be lot of greenery behind. And this will be the Skype bot. And here would be the water part. And the reflections of the house and the trees will fall on the water. And I am giving some detailing to the house like a doors and windows. And the next step is to determining light. Charter. It is one of the important step in the competition. So I'm assuming light is from the side and the top. I'm assuming this m to be there. So obviously this unlikely fall on the side and the dark parts of the house and on the trees, etc. So the site of the House will be lighter and that spot will be darker. And all the trees VB lighter as the light is falling directly on them. And in the voter, the house reflection and that reflection will be dead. So very paint our lead in. Finally painting. So this is our basic composition, but our glass, let's shift the decomposition onto the pending sheet and Lex began to do that. So now I have taken Sandoz water for nine by 12 cold pressed paper. And now let's get our composition on this paper. And I'm not using any masking depth here. Alice plays the painting in the center part of the sheep. So let start. I'm starting my sketching the horizon line first. In our case, the horizon line is below the center of the paper. So I'm doing the same I, and just sketched some horizon line. And I'm doing the same sketch as in our composition. So I just want to see the importance of competition by sketching this thing. So before any painting, you have to make certain decisions. This decision includes what to paint by auto painting it, and how to express this fifth, watercolors and composition is about knowing half to fill that blank space and using the right balance of positive and negative space. In short, I can say that competition is a process of placing the elements are objects, the picture into the frame so that it will look pleasing to the eye. And composition is a very important part of the painting process. A good competition makes your painting more pleasing to the viewer, even if the subject you are painting is very dull, your painting composition can make it look better and it will enhance the quality of your picture. So it's morally, is always carry a sketchbook with you via going outside. So whenever you find a good scene, are beautiful outdoor thing that you can, you want to paint. Always take your sketchbook and start composing things out. Start placing the objects on duo sketchbooks so that you can always come back and do your painting out of it. So this is a small tip. So as, this is the same as competition skipped. So I'm speeding this a little bit so that it will be easy for you. I'm also sketching the house and at least in the deflection part two, so that it would be easy while doing our final painting. So their trip, this is our basic sketch with which we will start and we'll do the painting in three layers. Let's begin with layer one. So you then, in the next lesson. 5. Layer 1: So after computing this getting part, let's get started with our layer one, which is the Background layer. So let's start doing this guy. So in order to do this guy, I'm using where donor technique. So as we have learned in where down-weight technique by Don rate means of eta phase in red paint. So I am reading my backdoor. Make sure you wet the surface evenly. And in order to pay him this guy, I'm usings early and blue. I'm mixing certainly in blue. And now I'm just dropping my pained and vital painting. This guy, I'm leaving some white spaces in between. They represent the cloud areas and have mixed ultramarine blue to blue to get some Dhaka tune. If you see here, I just left some light areas, cloud parts. And I'm this brightening the top parts with a dark at dawn. And now I'm going to paint the bottom part with a local as the bottom part. We have some light. So I'm painting a locker. Have taken a locker and doing the same as it did for the blue part. I'm leaving some wide gaps in between and NYU painting, make sure you take very less at tonal value. As the horizon there'll be more light in density will not be good for our landscapes. So I have taken less in density one. So now our background, our value in Skype bot is done. So now let's add distant greens. As we have discussed in the techniques glass. We will represent the distance trees with red on red technique. I have mixed green, which is ultramarine and criminal omics. And I'm just dropping some green in the background area. And make sure to do this part when man, this guy, our background by day still read. And if you observe, i did not take any instant green mixture, my own green here. We can, we can get greens when mix in blues and yellows. So in this case, I mixed ultimate end blue and lemon yellow to get this Green. And I'm just dropping greens in the background. And I have also made some loads of palm trees. And I'm dropping some Dhaka dawn Bain and I'm also doing some droplets kind of stuff in order to create some abstractness. And here I'm using the behavior is wrong brash. And I'm making boundaries in my own way. And remember, this is just a bad loan layer. We will do another Fortran layer on the top of this one when this dries. And he and I and mixing the green dawn in order to bend it. Palm trees. Dist is inbuilt stroke is enough as this is a Macedon layer, much details is not required. I'm painting the same way, put it on Greece for our libraries that we have sketched. And here, this set of, this group of trees are really being the background. So I'm bending these, these trees with less density, less value. Now I'm mixing some grant number in our domain for three bucks and am disbanding the edges with a darker dawn of indigo. I have taken here indigo. And please remember distinct. Make sure to do all this but all law background trees. But when that is the right. And if you're pepper Godrej disrupted and at that time with plain water and then do the greens but, and now for the ground, but I'm, I'm beaming with lemon yellow. And I'm just using the leftover sophomore ballot to add some depth to this spot. And mixing green again and bending the edges of the border. The border between the land and the order. So the bottom part will be the water. So as the water is reflection of the sky, the water will have the same colors as that are in the sky. So I'm bending water with a low occur at the horizon and the bottom, but certainly in blue. So I'm bending with a local first and now I'm taking certainly and glue. And I have mixed a tiny bit of paintings, gray, inducer, Lillian blue. This is the shadow. The shadow a lawless look more darker than compared to the original Xin. So I have mixed a tiny bit of pennies, green, blue. And I have mixed Dhaka tonal value of the same shared in this painting, some strokes in order that at present the weaves. Yes. And now will bend the reflection of the House bought the water. As we have bending the reflection. I want to paint that in the veteran rate technique. If we paint the reflection in the baton technique, they look very blended into the background. So I'm bending this when the paper is on the bottom, the water party still wet. So for the house, I have taken crimson in orange mixture, crimson and Golden did mixed. And I'm bending. And for the house, 40 byte, I'm mixing a neutral tone will get no drilled on by mixing one but of ultramarine blue and one part of crimson and one part of payments grid and more, more water. So have mixed stat. And I'm just printing the host body part. And I'm just trying to give some uneven edges as does is it affliction but the edges will not look even. Yes. And we we paint the house, but in the next in after completing this water pot. And I'm just painting the windows or doors and the deflection. So now we'll paint the reflection of those background trees and the palm trees that we have been dead. So the paper of mine in the Water God dried. So I have sprayed some water there in order to make it red. I am using the same green as we have used for the Skype bot that is ultimately and mixed with Illumina. And I'm this blending that green into the bag. Don't make sure you do the same as that in the top. As this is the deflection of work that is present in the A-B-O layer above. And I'm this bending with some paintings gray in order to define the definite borders between the dog but in the water. But I'm just painting them grass. And now I'm painting the deflection in the water and make sure to do this to when the paper is still wet. If you see in real life, the water, the reflection part in the water will not have definite or sharp edges. They always looked blended into the bag, don't they always look very smooth? In order to achieve that, we have to do this part in the book but is still wet. That is, we have to do this part when Don Read technique only. So I'm taking again and I'm dying to define the edges. I'm displaying what room between as the paper got dried. And now I'm mixing some green using ultramarine and lemon and low end here, I wanted to paint them or some grass kind of Part. A, painting it with green and some random number to represent some dust, some marred. And I'm dropping some darker beam here and there in order to create some abstractness. And it's Molly deep light bending where if you're peppered guard right, and you want to paint, it, uses breadboard willing to make it wet. This is a small dip. I use his pre-war deliver the same purpose. And here I have sprinkles on water with my finger in order to get that small, small wide droplets in the field that grasp OK. And now I'm painting the house. I'm using the same shared as I have used in the deflection part that is crimson plus a golden deep. And now let's paint the host body, but I'm doing it with the same credit on that. We have mixed five-day reflection but fun but ultramarine on but crimson. And when Pat Payne's gray. And if you see, I am bending a darker tone of this front part of the house and let it onto the back part of the house. As we have discussed, the sunlight direction in the competition part. So let is radically falling onto this area of the house so that Bach, we'll look more brighter compared to the front of the house. And I'm just creating some definite edges between the housetop and body part. I'm, I'm trying here to create some dusty effect of the house by dropping some paintings Cree and the bottom bought. So now first layer is completed and all the details in the second layer, let's meet there. 6. Layer 2: So now our background is completely dry and ready to take layer number two. So the layer number two is Middleground layer or the foreground layer. And the third layer will be the details layer. So now this will be a foreground layer. So I'm adding all the details in the foreground like the Please house in this painting. So I have taken green dawn. So I mixed ultramarine, lemon yellow, and in order to get it and value, I mixed some banes grain to it. In order to get the start codon of the same green. I mixed a tiny bit of it pains grain to it. And if you see, I did not add any details in the background but the palm tree, and now I'm adding all the details like Allah leaves like kind of thing. And yes, NYA adding these details to dawn beam, more specific, more specific, then you will spend more time. And it will take forever to finish a painting. So we lose with the odd strokes. You just enjoy the painting, but you don't take it as a burden. If you add more and more details, then it will burden you very much. And you'll just feel bored. In order to finish this painting. And I am adding on the foreground palm trees in the same way as we did in the background. But with more details. And these group of trees, as this goes into the background, there'll be in lighter tonal values compared to those trees that we did now. So I'm adding more water to the same mixture to get lighter tonal value. And I'm adding this foreground trees m here in order to bring the boundaries I'm using behavior is British. And background layer is all about placing the colors. So if we see what we did in the layer one, we just placed on the colors. We place colors for the sky, for the house, and further deflection. And all the detailing part will be done in the next layers. So Viagra layer is all about placing the colors and fixing the colors are the places where you want the colors to be grown. Layer is all about adding details. I'm adding more palm trees. You can see clearly, I'm not stressing much in bending this bounties. In order to go more details to this boundary, I'm mixing more dad, I mixed more darker tonal value on the same shade. And triangle, add more details to the streets. And do this fender bomb to his good dried. If you do this when the boundaries are still vet, then this Docker Doron value will blend into that light at dawn and lard and indifference. In these tiny dynein details, we make our painting more interesting. And now let's paint and tree trunks. So I'm taking random are here. And every Dong Zhuo Lindy and more water and not more dust NFO. And now I'm bending. And just some simple strokes. Much Sums in Bootstrap is good enough. So after finishing that, traced back so that it is too dark. So I just took my tissue paper napkin. I'm describing off excess paint and now it is transparent. So in this way we can cut it even character mistakes in watercolor painting. And now I'm adding some details to this debugger. I'm adding some lanes with some darker tonal value on the brand of milk. You can see the nice boring DH of pretty heavy pressure here. If you want to lose some detail, then this rash is perfect. And I'm doing all this. But in the reflection. Now I'm adding some new student trees or say Lord's kind of thing with some dark, I don't allow use this I'm doing in order to differentiate between the fields part and this guy bought in order to create some definite border between the field and thus guy. But I'm adding some tiny, tiny details here, like Congrats and Debussy in our, in our adult bane, these details, I'm not mixing any especial pain. I'm using what is left in my ballot. I'm using the shapes that are left in my palate, the bandage details. You do make sure to use the leftover pains in your ballot. And if you had a big net and if you're not confident in bending these boundaries and practice in erupt sheet prior to starting this class project and then bend in the glass project. It will be easy for you to paint if you practice before head. So now I'm bending the house as we discussed earlier, as there will be no sunlight in the friend, the friend part will look more darker comeback to the side. But so I have been dead. I'm building with a darker tonal value. In the front part of the house. I use the same colors. Crimson bless golden. Adopt roof part and neutral then for douse brand but and now I'm taking Ben's grey and bending them borders and windows and doors to if you see, I'm not completely filling that rectangle for the windows and the doors. I have just been did it just is inbuilt stroke of Payne's gray. It really goes some abstractness painting. I'm adding some tiny, tiny grass. Now. I'm doing a dark codon in the Charlotte Duke, another field, but so I'm going to add some grasp enough stuff. Oh, I'm mixing green here and mixing them nella into already left Payne's gray and ultramarine blue, green. And I'm removing exists pain from my brush. If you see here. And with those uneven edges of the British m, This painting, the grass. If you press the British to the pallet as I have brushed, really get rough. And it is perfect for bending McGrath. And if you see how I am pressing British onto the ballot, if you do like that, the have's and the British will split. And that will be good in order to achieve the grass effect. And now I'm taking Ben's grey alone in order to create some depth by adding more lidar codon and get water. And this blending that into the background. I just upped the grass into the background. Now let us pain some waves on the water. So I'm mixing blue and bends grade, but the waves is nothing but some stroke of British lines. So how mixed and more water. Some simple strokes that will create the effect of waves. We are bending waves to make it understand that the bottom part is water. So that's it with this layer. We will add all the final detailing in the layer three. So that's it with the layer two. 7. Layer3: Now let's do our layer three. So layer three is all about adding the finishing touches and olive details. So we have almost finished our bending. But this is just extra details in this layer. So now I'm adding some extra details to the tree, branches of trees with brand Amber. And in our painting, in our class project, and the soul of the painting lies in the deflection part. So when you're doing a painting, make sure to do this all of that painting very carefully so that you have bending. We look very beautiful and interesting. And now I'm doing some high alerts to the house with Ben, Ben's grey, a mailings and borders. That's it. By adding these details, we can elevate more. We can eliminate this object mode. So I'm adding these borders to the house. And my link some more keys on bushes kind of thing. And adding details. Remember one thing, don't overdo anything. If you think that you're bending is finished, then it's finished. And never overdo a painting. And now here I am adding some floral kind of stuff. So I'm this sprinkling crimson. And yes Lord, it may publish with crimson. And I'm displaying using my hand additional under to add some cutoff bright colors. So I use Crimson. So now let's add birds. Am I getting bigger bird here? So I'm using sharpie pen here in order to add birds. And you can also use a liner brush that I have mentioned in the sublease class in Dupain, the birds, but I'm here using the Sharpie Ben. Now I'm taking our designer brash. And I'll paint some electric poles and electric wiring. So am blessing one pole here. And I'm just randomly pulling the strings, elliptic strings. And make sure to practice this. But before on the Arab sheet, practice finding these small detail lines. And then based on the final bending, it would lock look good if you bend a broader lines. And if you see I am bending this loosely, call the electric poles and the wives and ignored. Place that in the composition. I just added it. Now. I thought it relied more Character Toward painting, so I decided to paint to draw that bonds now. And I find that the dog back is very empty. So added one more larger bird there. And if you want to learn how to paint those birds, you can refer to my fastest feature class that is fun and easy. Glean watercolor, that landscape. I have explained how to draw these birds in detail. And at last, I have added vite lines in the graph spot. So that's it. We're done with this layer three and we are done with oil painting. Me doing the congress in section. See you there. 8. Conclusion: So friends, we just finished our glass project and hope you all had fun painting along. And everytime, I definitely make sure that you learned something new by there enough my glasses and hope you learned something new in this glass tube. And then give her joining the glass. And here are some of my paintings that I did using the same layering technique. So if you know the concept, you can bend anything of your choice. So these are some of my paintings using the same layering technique. The first bag don't lay and middle grown and for grown pod. And if you drive painting The Glass project, please share in the glass project section or tag me in your works on Instagram. My Instagram handle is art by choice. I link that in the description. That's it guys. Feel free to ask any doubts. Thank you so much. See you with another beautiful and infer, middle-class. Thank you.