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Let's Paint Watercolor Daffodils! Create Three Easy Frame-Worthy Watercolor Projects

teacher avatar Joly Poa, Watercolor Artist

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Lessons in This Class

13 Lessons (1h 38m)
    • 1. About the Class

      2:03
    • 2. Materials

      4:49
    • 3. Brush Stroke Drills

      7:54
    • 4. Blue Cornflower and Rose

      5:04
    • 5. Side View Daffodil

      7:55
    • 6. Front Facing Daffodils Version 1

      9:03
    • 7. Front Facing Daffodil Version 2

      7:54
    • 8. Class Project: Watercolor Floral Number 2021

      13:24
    • 9. Class Project Floral Border Part 1

      10:41
    • 10. Class Project: Floral Border Part 2

      10:31
    • 11. Class Project: Daffodil Bouquet Part 1

      8:43
    • 12. Class Project: Daffodil Bouquet Part 2

      8:21
    • 13. Final Thoughts

      1:49
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Everyone deserves a fresh start this 2021, and that is why I am going with the theme "New Beginnings" for my first class of the year. 

Daffodils are often used to represent new beginnings. This class aims to teach you how to paint this beautiful flower.

Here are the topics that we will go over:

  • Materials 
  • Brush Stroke Drills ( To help you become familiar with painting petals)
  • How to Paint a Blue Coneflower and a Loose Rose
  • Side View Daffodil
  • Front Facing Daffodil- Two Versions

At the end of the class, you will be able to paint 3 different projects where you can write your favorite quote  that will motivate you for the year or you can give these paintings as a gift to a friend who needs encouragement.

  1. Watercolor Floral Number: 2021
  2. Daffodil Watercolor Border
  3. Daffodil Bouquet

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This class will expand your painting skills. I hope that you will enjoy learning how to paint a new flower. 

See you!

Joly

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Joly Poa

Watercolor Artist

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Hi everyone! 

My name is Joly and I am a watercolorist based in the Philippines. I discovered painting with watercolor back in 2013. I started out as newbie and learned to paint better through making mistakes and learning from other amazing artists. I just love how we can express ourselves through painting, creating wonderful watercolor florals using our artistic interpretation. It makes each painting really unique! 

My instagram account (@jolypoa)  serves as my art journal where I post my progress in the form of timelapse videos, real-time videos and photos of my paintings. My goal was also to be able to share what I have learned in watercolor. I hope to be able to do the same here on Skillshare! :)


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1. About the Class: Everyone deserves a fresh start this 2021. And that is why I chose the theme, new beginnings for my first class of the year, data models are often used to represent new beginnings. And this class aims to teach you how to paint this beautiful flower. Hi, my name is Shadi and I mean watercolor idea spaced in the Philippines. I'm also known as Tony poor on in severe rate here. And that is where I pose for those of my abilities and my process videos. In this class, we will start with warm up exercises that will help loosen your brush strokes and be familiar with painting different petals. After which we will dive into painting watercolor that for those. And we'll try different approaches to painting this flower. We will also learn how to paint a symbol, blue cornflower, and eludes roles that go well together with our daffodil floral arrangement. At the end of the class, you will be able to be three different class projects where you can write your favorite code that will motivate you for the year. Or you can give these paintings as a gift to a friend who needs infringement. Whether as a personal project or to use as a gift. I hope may class will expand your painting skills as well as relax, enjoy, and have a productive year ahead. I will see you in my class. 2. Materials: Let's go through the materials handling. Start with the paper and we think Saunders water for this is a paper brand that I always use her my classes. It's 100% cotton paper. This is in a block form, so I'm just going to quickly show you guys. So as you can see, all the sides are glued. And there's a space right here where you can slide off one sheet using a palette knife or a cutter Using e-paper block is quite expensive. So I would suggest to get a large sheet of watercolor paper and just cut it into smaller sizes just like this. This is a more affordable way of practicing using 100% cause and paper. And also with this brand you can paint front and backlit texture is quite same. The thickness of this paper is 300 GSM, which is really good for painting loose fluorophores. Here, if we don't have a 100% cotton paper, it can definitely use student grade paper. Just remember that when you're using Sudan paid paper, the quality won't be the same. And also there's all of your painting want PSI as compared to using 100% cotton paper. When it comes to brushes, I love using silver brush, black velvet. My go-to sizes with me say 168, it's what they use for most of my classes. If you only had to choose one and you can go for this size. It don't worry if you don't have this brush, just use any round brush and make sure that it's quite pointy and it can hold a lot of water when looking for a good ground brush. I also prefer a brush that is quite soft and can follow to strokes that I'm doing and doesn't have that much bound to it. But of course this is just a preference. Now let's go to the paint brand, Amy seeing Xin Han PWC. It's a Korean artist grade paint. Why this comes in tubes like this. So I'll just pour this into smaller half pants because it's just more convenient to use. You can of course, use any brand that you have. I do find that our discrete paints are just more vibrant compared to student grade paints. Here, if you're using student grade paints, don't worry, that's okay. We all have to start somewhere. And next time, if you do have the chance, chai, just a couple of tubes of art displayed paste just to know the difference. Here are the colors that he will use. Permanent yellow light, permanent yellow, deep, permanent yellow, orange. Here it goes through and to use vermilion, greenish yellow. Sap Green. In the WHO. Prussian blue. Blue, all tremoring. And permanent violet. Next up, we'll need a water color mixing pilot. I often get asked about this palette that I have. This is just the lid of the core watercolor palette. My debates inside our Xin Han PwC and not core. You, you really need to use this, but if you do have a ceramic plate, that will also work fine. And then I'll need a jar of teen water and then some tissue paper to block out the excess paint in our brush. He also need a pencil just to sketch out some guides before repaint. And you can use any pencil that you have. Next time we will be using the unit ball C, no white pen, just add some white details are some highlights. You can also use a whitewash if he don't have this pen. All right, so that's all that we need. So let's now start painting. 3. Brush Stroke Drills: Let's start by doing some warm up exercises, by painting some brushstrokes. Hi, I'm just going to make some permanent violence and ultramarine blue. But of course you can use any color that you want for these exercises. So right here I'm going to paint some strokes. Daddy will use us petals for adult blue cornflower. Using the tip of my brush, I'm just going to slowly pressed against the paper using varying pressure. Don't worry, you don't need to make all the petals look the same. The point of this exercise is for you to discover different strokes so that you'll be more comfortable with painting these flowers. So tried to paint it from different directions. And what they do is that I tried to put a light pressure during the beginning of the stroke and then just add more pressure towards the center of the petal. Then towards the end, just lift your brush and drag it so that you can get that pointy tip. Beating in a quick motion will also create a more expressive stroke. Now let's move on to practicing some strokes that we will use for painting the pathos of this side view daffodil. Hi, I'm still going to use my say, six round brush. And I have here this permanent yellow light color. But again, you can use any color that you want. Let's paint an S stroke. So start at the top with the light pressure and then just slowly presser brush against the paper. So what I'm doing is I'm trying to vary the pressure in my stroke. And it does take practice to do this trick. But once you master this, it will be very useful for painting other URLs as well. Now let us try to combine two strokes to create a petal K. So now let's do that one more time and let's build that petal using more strokes combined. And leaving some white spaces in between those strokes. I think it gives it more character. Just continue practicing this stroke using the tip of a brash. And the next time try to use the whole belly of the brush to create a broader stroke. Let's move on to practicing the petals for the front facing that for dels, I'm gonna load up my fresh we permanent yellow light and going to side by painting from top to bottom. So just slowly press your brush until you create a petal like shape. And we do this a couple of times till we create this oval shape. Some strokes are just lines and that's okay. He just want this to look a little uneven. And I'm also adding some white spaces in between those strokes. However, you can also try to practice a petal without some white spaces in the Mendel. Let's do this a couple more times. And the reason why we want to practice, practice, practice is because we wanted to develop that muscle memory in her hand. Here. If you practice a lot painting a petal will feel more natural. Hello. So you can try to vary the shape of the pattern. And you can also try to add another color so that this becomes through tante. Alright, let's do two more pathos. But it's definitely up to you if you want to practice on doing more petals. Moving on to another stroke which you have seen in the past. And this is a C stroke for a rows. I am missing a very diluted to ruin blue color. We can start by holding and brush a little bit far from the results so that it will be looser. Alright, so let's start at the top and then just move this brush in a curved motion towards the end of the stroke. I am just trying to flick it so that I can get at pointed tip. So it's easier to do this if he painted quickly. So let's do this one more time. You can also practice this drug from bottom going up. I'll just add a little bit more pigment to my branch so that you can see it better. So painting from Watson going up is a little tricky. But you can get used to it by just practicing. Tried to pay this drug in different angles as well. Now let's try something different. This will be the center of Ada for now. So I'm just going to grab some vermilion. And they wanted this mixture to be quite concentrated. Scrap them pane. And if you feel like there's just too much paint in your brush to stab it in the tissue paper. Let's paint some thin, short strokes. And we're just going to create a ring. And no, it doesn't make sense right now. But once we paint this flower later, you will understand why it's very important to practice this. So while this is still wet and we're just going to rinse my brush and just dab the excess water in my tissue paper. And then you can start learning the edges on the inside and just using the tip of the brush and light be touching the edges on the inside. As you can see it has that smudge look. So just try to do this lowly. Don't rush yourself. And I'm sort of doing this zigzag motion so that I can get that blurry effect. I can go back in to fix some of the edges using this damn brush. So let's try to practice another one. I'm going to create another ring. So it is paint some short strokes, again, the round shape. And then rinse your brush. And just that the excess water in your tissue paper. Using the tip of my brush, I'm just going to lightly touch that edge. Then you will see that blurred effect. How he's way can also rinse my brush again just to clean this brush, then the excess water, and then try to blur some edges again. Now we are ready to paint some flowers. 4. Blue Cornflower and Rose: That's Paine, a blue cornflower using the strokes that we just learned. So I'm just mixing, here's an ultramarine blue and permanent violet. And let's just paint a few petals. Think of it as painting the shape of a ball. So after PT in the strokes and going to rinse my brush just to clean my brush. And then you're just going to paint some more strokes. We are just sort of going to fade away the main strokes that we did. This technique will keep this flower pretty loose and just solve. So it will be easier to do this if you had two brushes when brush for painting the main strokes and another brush for feeding those strokes so that you don't have to keep on rinsing your brush. Now let's rinse our approach and just dabbed excess moisture, going to lift some of the areas and then lifting it means I am just taking out some of the color on the paper. Desk looks a bit better. And now I'm gonna grab some sap green. And you're just going to paint the base of this corn flour that holds all the petals. After a richness, just paint a stem. Okay, so now we are done, but you can also try to layer this if you want more depth to this corn flour. Let's try to do that later, but I'm just going to wait for this one too dry. So let's try another technique for painting a simpler blue cornflower. So I'm using the same ultramarine blue and permanent violet color in my brush. So this is a simpler way of painting a blue cornflower. It's just one layer. And now we can also arrange our brush to create a lighter shade and just add that to this flower. And just remember that every flowery paint will look different and that's okay. Now, now let's paint the pace and the stem. So that said it's a very simple technique and I just wanted to show you guys two ways to paint the corn flour. Let's go back to the first corn flour and add another layer. I just have here a more intense mixture of ultramarine blue and permanent violet. And we are going to pay the femur strokes. This technique, we'll just give it more in depth. Now if softer strokes are two fold and you just wanted to soften it, this rinse your brush, stab the excess water and just lightly touched the edges of those strokes just to soften the sides. So we are done with this, this now move onto PE deal very simple loose rules. Let's grab a thick mixture of sap green. And this will be the center of the rose. Hi, I'm still using my size six round brush and we're going to paint a comma. He also looks like a small c stroke, right down there at the center stroke. And then as just reinsert brush and grab a very diluted Silurian blue paint. All right, so now let's paint some strokes around Center and just paint these, um, see, strokes. And I'm also grabbing a little bit of that green and let it flow into the sir Julien blue mixture. As you go towards the outer part of this rose, tried to paint larger petals and don't forget to leave some whitespaces so that this will not look like how blob. And that's what I always tell my students with a painting arose. It's very important to leave those whitespaces. As you can see, I'm also using a very wet brush so that it's fairly easy for me to spread that puzzle. And the reason why I'm using 3 million blue is because I just wanted to mimic a White Rose. So this is optional. But another idea that I could share with you guys is to put an indigo paint in the center of this rules. This will give it that contrasts that punch of color in the center and make this rules pop up. And I added indigo while this roses too wet. So if the indigo color bleeds too much like this, just raise your brush, dab the excess water, and tried to live some of those colours of this paper. Don't worry if you've made a mistake, there's always a way to fix things. Okay, so now we are done. Let's move on to painting other flowers. 5. Side View Daffodil : In this video, you're going to paint this lose sight, view daffodil. And you're going to leave a space at the top so that you can write a beautiful coat. Alright, so let's tie that. I have here, my pencil. And then we're just going to draw our guides. So I will just draw two stamps. I'm also going to just draw the base of this daffodil that looks like a bell. Just make sure that you draw this lightly because once he paid on top of the pencil sketch, you won't be able to erase it anymore. Let's grab some permanent yellow light. This will be the main color for our flower. And I'm just going to write the dab my brush. If there's too much painting your brush, just dab it in the tissue paper. He's going to start with the ruffles of this daffodil flower. And just going to lightly dab the tip of my brush onto the paper that create that ruffle like texture. Now let's just fill in this bell-shaped and I'm still using the permanent yellow light color, you can try to leave some whitespaces. That's okay. So now we're done with that base and let's move on to painting the pathos on this side. We permanent yellow light in my brush. And I'm just going to paint some strokes. So we are just going to paint the outline first. Hokkaido holder brush towards symbols of the handle so that it feels loser to pain. Then you can start to fill in those petals. And I'm still going to leave some whitespaces just to give it more character. You can also try to add in some permanent yellow deep to give some depth to this petal is tried to dance linear brush and three your wrist back and forth to create those expressive strokes. This way it will look more organic and just don't worry about making it look perfect. In while this base is still wet and just going to grab some yellow orange and drop it in there, just let it bleed into the permanent yellow light. Therefore, the US have different colors. Just try to look for a reference for those so that it's easier to paint this handy, anything like a deeper colours. So we're not going to add some vermilion. And if you don't have a million, just choose any red, orange color that you have. Or better yet just makes orange and red. Let's put a permanent yellow deep color race. There were all the petals meat. Now let's grab some sap clean and just paint the stem. I'm going to make this flower dance. So I want this to be a little bit curved. Let's move on to the other flower I still have here, a permanent yellow light. And just going to dab my brush using just the tip of my brush to create some ruffles. Then it's pain, the bell shape. So you're going to do a different angle for this flower. As you can see, the top doesn't have a ring. The bell shape. Let's move on to painting the petals on the side and willing to just loosely paints and strokes. And they're all meeting at the base of this bell. And multiple holding the brush towards the end of the hand. Just to keep it loose and just try to sway your brush to create our dynamic strokes. I'm also going to add a bit of permanent yellow deep, just to give it more in depth and just more character so that it doesn't look too flat. While this is all still wet, we're just going to grab some yellow orange and just drop it right there at the tip of this bell shape. All right, so now I'm just going to spread it a little bit more. And then you're going to add some permanent yellow deep where all the patterns mean. To add some shadow. You can always go back to fix the shape or add some more strokes to seek. Make it look better. Let's grab some sap green and add a stem. For the second daffodil on the left. Who's going to adolescent better for a million just to give it more contrast, more punch of color. Let's grab some permanent yellow light and put the fine grade. Just cling to paint an LNG detail, but Cree and add a stamp. So now let's add some leaves in themselves. He Sap Green. Try to move your arm in, try to paint some density leaves and impeding them in a curved motion. Emanating some leaves in between those flowers just to fill in some gaps and tried to vary the direction of the leaves as well just to make it look Aurora Organic. We can also add some integrals or a sap green to create a deeper color and add some thin leaves. Just use the tip of your brush to create the strokes. So I'm looking at the daffodil On the left end and teams like we need to troubleshoot did a little bit. And we introduce a brush, dab the excess water, and lift some of that orange part because it just spread too much. So I'm just going to slowly blurred that part. And let the two colors blend together. Let's get some permanent yellow deep. And you're just going to paint some lines on the petals just to separate the petals from each other. If some of the strokes, local tuples, dangerous, rinse your brush, hence, blur away that stroke. Where almost dying. In looking at this from afar, ID I need to add one more leaf on the right side. So let's just extend that Lee from the center going to derive and then going to add another layer of vermilion yellow light on that file just to give it more color. Okay, we are done. They hope that you enjoyed painting this piece with me. And let's now move on to the next video. 6. Front Facing Daffodils Version 1: And this project, they're going to pay a front facing their facilities like this. So lets just grab her size six throne brush and then grabs vermilion pain. This is a red orange paint. You can also use any yellow orange paint that you have. Before you start painting. Let's draw our guides. You can draw a circle in the middle and just draw six petals around it. Using that typify a, crash B are just going to lightly tap onto paper and just AT small strokes. And you're just going to form a ring. So these are not like ruffles. Sorry, done with their center. And I'm going to grab some permanent yellow light. And let's just get the big juicy brush. This is a size eight round brush. And let's just paint strokes. That'll be the petal for the Staffordshire. This keepers strokes pretty loose and so you can see him also leaving some whitespaces. And I'm also letting that wet very million color bleed into the permanent yellow light. So again, GIS data your SSH, and just Sui your wrist back and forth. To create that expressive stroke. It's easier to paint this flower if you draw a guide first. But can't just remember that once you paint on top of the pencil outline, you won't be able to erase that anymore. But if the pencil out later said really bother you, then in sorry, a problem. Just tried to vary the pressure of the strokes and use different parts of the brush. In some cases you'll be using just the tip of the brush and you'll be painting just a line and that's okay. He can also add i to be the 42-year petals and I did look softer. Now we can also go back to their previous battles and just fix it, makes sure that it's still went bad. He can then seamlessly. I've decided to intensify the center even more. So I just grabbed a more pigment mixture of vermilion and then just adding in more color. Now let's rinse our brush and just the excess water in the tissue paper. His time to blur the end sign. So I'm just using the tip of my brush and just lightly touching the vermillion color. And as you can see, it's just slowly fading away, giving us a softer edge. And don't be afraid to dab your brush to take out the excess moisture. And you can also try to move around some of the color. Now let's grab some brand Humbert. And they wanted to thick mixture hand. They also don't want it to be too wet. And let's just put this color in the center. We don't want the brush to me too wet because if it's too wet, then this brown color will just spread all over the place. Alright, so now let's grab some sap, green color, and let's just paint his stem. We can also add some leaves. Just drag your brush across the page to create these elongated leaves. Let's do one more on the left. And just going to drag my brush and just change the pressure in my brush as saying go along so that I can create a more organic leaf hanging TCM excess paint on the leaves and just going to quickly blotted out in this just troubleshoot some parts. Now looking at this time it looks a bit too sharp. So I'm just gonna grab a clean brush, dab the excess water, and just try to find a way that part so that it will just look like it's blending in seamlessly with the flower. As you can see, just looks away battery now. Now let's grab some permanent yellow deep. I'm going to add some strokes on the petals. These edges and Marie species strokes. And for some of the strokes I'm gonna grab a clean brush. And they will just try to fade away some of the strokes just to make it look more interesting. Picture that the first thing here is already dry before you add these details. Doing these things just gives this flower more depth. All right, so now as Bueller some of those strokes again, and I'm just trying to mix up some sharp edge strokes and some blurred strokes. I'm only main brush touristy n of the handle, just to keep it pretty loose. This is optional, but if you wanted to add more shielding, we can cap some bread Tiana. And this is towards the tapes of the petals, just to give it a re-definition. Can also add some lines in the center of the petals and tried to blur it away if it's just too bold. He can also add it on the edges of the petals. I mostly just using the tip of my brush to add these details. The stroke looks a bit too sharp, so I'm just going to grab a damp brush, hinges, blurred this stroke. So this step is already optional. If you've made the rustic, he can follow at them during my feel like we need to add a bit more color to the center of the staff of the soldiers in the grab some vermilion and just add some small strokes again. And then you're just going to blurred inside using a teen and damn brush. So don't be afraid to just blot out the excess water in your brush. And I'm just going to move some of the colors storage dissenter. But I'm also going to live some of it if it looks a bit messy. Now let's add this demon of this flower. I am just going to grab some meaningful signal white pen. And if you don't have this, just use a white guage or even post their pain. And then let's now move on to the next video where I will show you a different approach on painting a daffodil. 7. Front Facing Daffodil Version 2: In this video, we are going to do a different approach to painting a front facing that Fidel. Let's grab some permanent yellow light and amusing, he said his aide crown brush. Let's paint the base of this flower first. I'm just going the pain six petals. So what you do is you can draw the outline of this flower. But in this case, I am decided not to do that. I just wanted to free hand shape of the daffodil. And you're not going to be super strict compile the shape. Just loosely painting this flower and we're not going to leave void spaces for the base. I think that this is an easier approach to painting the front facing the effort L. And they're just going to fill in this shape with the permanent yellow light color. We're going to add more details. This flower, once it's already dry. So while waiting for this flower, try, let's move on to painting and leather base. For the second daffodil. I wanted to paint in white daffodil. So for that, I'm going to use a very diluted Julian blue color. Here, as you can see, it's really very light. There's just a subtle hint of blue color. Just like the first step for them, I'm gonna paint six petals. Now, don't worry if it doesn't look too event, that's okay. Once you add some details, it will look a lot better. Alright, so now we're done. Hand just going to wait for this to dry. So once this is already dry, let's grab some vermilion and use this for in the center of the daffodil. So you might remember this technique from the brushstroke drills that we did. And so I'm just going to try to paint some small strokes. And I'm using just a tip of the brush and lightly tapping it onto the paper is creating some ruffles. Nets, paint a ring. Now let's read our brush Kansas, plot out the excess moisture. It should paper. It's now time to blur the inside. So I'm just going to lightly touch the edges. You're seeing the tip of my brush and just try to wiggle the brush a bit. You can also try curious your brush and again, lots or the excess water. And tried to there again. Just take your time doing this. Don't rush herself. So if the sender is a bit too wet, we can just try to live off. Some of the excess pain reasonable. It's grab some burnt umber and I'm just gonna blend it out on my tissue paper. We can say I don't want it to be too wet. So now I'm going to add a small dot in the center that looks perfect. As you can see, the brown spot in the middle did not spread to much because had the right amount of water in our brush. Now it can grab permanent yellow deep just to add some detail. So there's flour and I'm just separating the petals and giving it more definitions. Have their painting the strokes and going to try and fade away one side of that stroke. As you can see, one side is more defined and the other side is to solve because we faded it using the table for him brush, I'm just gonna add a few more wispy strokes onto the pedal. Doing this will give it more definition. And as you can see this far, it doesn't look too flat anymore. All right, so now written and let's now move on to the next flower. I am using the same mixture, vermilion. And we are going to paint a ring again in the middle of this flower. Using the tip of your brush, this lightly tap it on the paper, creating these small short strokes. That pyridine Nestorians airbrushed, dab the excess water in there, brush and just lightly fade. The inside of the sender. Is trying to lightly wiggle your brush. Takes awhile to get used to this technique. It's all about controlling the water in your brush. And I guess It's a good technique to learn because you can also apply this to other flowers. All right, now let's grab some burnt umber and just put a dot in the center with the clean them brush. I'm just gonna try to live some of that orange part just to clean up that part. I think they want to intensify the center even more. So I'm just going to add a little bit of thread, but of course this is optional. And then you can add a bit of forms into descend there. I'm just going to add a little bit of permanent yellow light. Again, don't be afraid to block out the excess moisture in your brush. With that, you can easily fix some areas. Hits our title. I had my details, I have hears easier Julian Bluemix churches a shade darker than the base. But the sequencing is still pretty light. They don't want a really bold color for the details. Just wanted it to be subtle. And if some of that orange color flows into the Syrian Lu details. So K, it's a happy accident. So when I add humor strokes on the other petals and just finish, all six petals, lead that orange flow into some of the other wet areas. I think it looks very pretty and looks very loose. If you want to separate the battles even more, you can use a diluted indigo color just like what I'm using here. This will give it more depth. And I think it also looks very, very pretty. Okay, so now let's grab our unipolar signal. Wide edges, add some details in the center. Just put three small dots. And we're going to do this for the other flower as well. So you can see this is a really simple, easy approach to maintain this flower. 8. Class Project: Watercolor Floral Number 2021: Let's start with their first class project and we're just going to paint a simple water color foreign number you saying therefore dels. And right here I just drew the numbers 2021. I did this as a guide so that it's easier to paint this project. And let me just quickly show you how I tried to conceptualize some ideas. And if he tried to paint it on a sketchbook first. So this is called a tiny journal, is very affordable journal. And I just came up with this idea. This is what we are going to pay. I hope that you'll be excited to do this pleading with me. So let's start here. Is he saying six round brush? I'm going to grab some permanent yellow light touching the tip of our brush. We're just going to tap it on the paper. And this will be the ruffles of the daffodil, and then we'll paint the bell shape. So rightly adjusted the outline first and then I'm just going to try to fit it in. And then let's spin some pencils on the side. So this is a side view daffodil. And she's going to keep this pretty loose. It's a small paintings or you'll really need a lot of details to what we want is just a general shape for this flower. And now you can drop in some permanent yellow deep just to give it some depth. Now let's grab some familiar and I'm just going to drop it right there under ruffles part just towards the tip. Now you don't want to spread too much. So if there's too much pink hair brush just blooded out on a tissue paper. And then I'm just going to try to fix this a little bit. So I think we're good to go and I'm going to add the stem. Let's grab some sap green. Now let's attach the stem so I'm going to make it a little bit curved so that we can form the number two. So this might be a little tricky. Your hand might feel a little wobbly while painting this long stem. But don't worry, you can always go back and fix the edges. And then let's add a small bird right here. I'm using just permanent yellow light and they're attaching it to the stem. Letting that yellow part of reads there bleed into the green. Now let's add a bit of yellow, orange on the tip of the spine so that it doesn't look do plane. I'm going to add two leaves, just elongated leaves, one on each side. On to the number 0. We're going to start by painting a small front-facing. Therefore there. Let's grab some yellow, orange color and going to just tap my brush to create a ring. So as you can see, I drew a small flower just so I have a guide and they know where the flower will go. And let's now move on to painting the petals. I have here. Just permanent yellow light. Let's pin six leaves. And it might be a little tricky because this Lowery's a bit small compared to what we painted earlier. So I think that is also beautiful that the yellow orange is just bleeding into the yellow petals. Before you actually started painting, just trying to let the array some affair pencil outlines. Because while you paint on top of it, you won't be able to reset anymore. But for some people they're not really bothered by the pencil markings. Alright, so now we're done with all the petals. Let's rinse, brush and just plot out the excess water. He can now start to blur dissenter of the daffodil scam some burnt umber and put small tied in center. Matric data and brush isn't too wet or that the paint doesn't go all over the place. And you'll be able to control that small dot. Let's recap some sap green. Now we're going to paint some wiggly lines. And just using the taper brush and just dragging it across the page. You're going to do some intertwining find T1 you do watch first before you do this. So now we're just going to alternate the strokes and make it look like they're intertwined. He can also arrange their pressure so that we can create a lighter green color. Now we can add some leaves, and I'm just going to alternate those leaves. This drag your brush secretes those elongated leaves. Just tried to paint it a little bit curved so that it doesn't look too stiff. And you want it to look like the leaves are dancing. While you can also do is to paint some sand lines like this. They look like stamps sticking out. And you can attach some buds on these stems or later on we can put them into a full leaf. I usually do this if I still can't decide where I want the leaves to the whole. So this is like a guide for me. How he's analyse cap some permanent yellow light, just gonna add some but so there's no rule R. So how many bytes you want to put here? Just trust your instincts. We can grab a more pigment and Sap Green and just add the femur leaves. Just try to add some leaves and veins until you get the right shape for this number. I usually try to look at it from afar so that I have a different perspective of this painting. Or you can take your photo and look at it from your phone. Now I'm going to add some sap green on the base of the but just so that it looks like it's attached to the stem. I'm going to add a few more stamps sticking out because there are some gaps that just needs to be filled. I am going to add a little bit of firm millionaire. You can use red on the ring because you don't want to intensify that part just to give it more contrast. Now let's give our white pen and just going to add some details in the center. Just make sure that that brown spots is already dry before you draw on top of it. All right. So we have a time to worry numbers to go to have a yellow orange pain in my brush using the tip of the brush, I'm just going to stipulate and just paint some small strokes. I'm going to paint a small oval shape. I can watch this pipe phrase v4 API, along with me. We are going to pay a signed view daffodil. Let's grab our permanent yellow late and pay the bell shape. Now we can add some pattern and make it like the petals are intense. S2, S3, your wrist. To create some wispy strokes. Let's grab some permanent yellow deep and added right there where all the petals me, because that's where the shadow is. Now let's rinse our branch, NMDA excess water in the tissue paper. I'm going to play the inside of this daffodil, just like so. This looks a little flat and when it grabs on vermilion, add an extra punch of color. I think it looks better now. And now let's grab some sap green and paint the stem for this number. You can drag your breath in wine goal, or you can pin the stem little by little. You can add a bit more color to the stem. And I'm just going to go back and add a more concentrated Sap Green. He can also use other greens like olive green or maybe you UNHCR screen. And it all depends on your preference. Hillary, if this TAM doesn't look perfect, that key, we can troubleshoot that by adding some leaves later on just to hide some imperfections. Now let's recap some permanent yellow light. I'm going to put a small bug grade there. And then let's add a little bit of yellow, orange on the tip of that, but hinges and somewhere sap green on the base. Let's grab some set v_1 and let's paint some leaves. I'm just going to paint to set plotted on the left and one on the right. But if you want a fuller looking number, you can add more leaves. Down to the last number. They have your permanent yellow light in my brush. We are going to be a side view therefore there. So using the tip of my brush, I'm just painting some short strokes. And now I'm going to paint the outline of the bell shape. Fill it in with some color. And now I'm going to add some petals on the side. You don't need to paint the petals or light. Then we'll grab some yellow, orange ninjas, put the punch of color and the tip, or under ruffles part of the daffodil. It's now time to paint the stem. And I'm still using Sap Green here, it's my favorite green color. So let's just paint the Number one. Let's take a deep breath and paint one long stroke. It's easier to do this if you paint it pretty quickly. Okay, now we're gonna paint some leaves. I am so excited we're almost done. However, as you can see, the number two on the left looks a bit small compared to the number two on the right. So to troubleshoot this problem, I'm just going to paint some leaves on the top part. So this is a problem that you might encounter even after growing your guide. Sometimes it can still look at event, right? The solution is really just simple. We're just going to paint some leaves. Just to that it will look at the same height as the other numbers. Alright, so I think it looks better now that mistake, I hope that you enjoyed this project and that you learned how to troubleshoot some problems. So now let's move on to painting and different class project in the next video. 9. Class Project Floral Border Part 1: For this project, we are going to be a thorough border. So it will be paint their main flowers on this corner and then we'll just try to add some leaves on the sign, will leave an area bank so that we can write our favorite code or our worried for the year. Let's start with a yellow orange mixture. And we're going to paint a front-facing therefore there. So what you can do is you can download the image of this project, which I'm going to put in the project Resources section. Save the image in a tablet so that you can have a reference photo off the final project. So I did put a pencil outline for the flowers here just so I know where I should paint it. And we are done with the center of the daffodil. And now I'm gonna grab some permanent yellow light. And we're going to paint six petals for this front-facing. Therefore, I am going to use the first version. And it's nice to try different approaches to pay the flour because it just helps you exercise your creativity. Going to pay the petals loose DNA. I'm going to load my brush with a lot of pain so that I can easily swim a brash and create different expressive brush strokes. Don't forget to leave whitespaces in-between those strokes. That's finished painting tomorrow, pathos just vary the pressure that you put onto your brush to create different strokes. And then we can add some permanent yellow deep just to give it some depth. Now this transparent brush and blot out the excess water in the tissue paper and they can start to blur the inside of this center. There's excess water in Mendel's. I'm just gonna grab it and just flooded in my tissue paper. Okay, survey done and just gonna grab some burnt umber and put a small dot in the center. So it looks a bit lightened skin or grab more pigment and put it in the center. As you can see, this ring needs a bit of color, so I'm gonna grab some vermilion and blot out the excess water in my brush so that I have just the right amount of paint in my brush. So you don't want a really wet mixture for this because he wanted to be able to control the strokes. Let's move on to painting arrows. I have here some sap clean. And going to start by painting the sender. This using the tip of paintbrush in. Putting it at an angle, I'm going to paint a small karma. There we go. So now I'm going to get some very diluted Silurian blue. And started painting some small c strokes. And going to be around this green center hits, okay, if that green color bleeds into the 30 million blue. And if there's too much water in your brush, just try to apply the doubt, then remember it's at its okay to blood the excess paint in their brush. Sometimes you just feel guilty doing that because it feels as if we're rethink pain. So he's, as we go towards the outer part of this rows, let's paint bigger see strokes, and then using the full belly of the brush. And of course I'll forget to add white spaces in between those SEE strokes. When you're building this rules, every time you paint a petal, make sure that you attach it to the next path so that there's a continuation. Let's add a few more bigger petals. And you can also try to fix the shape so that it doesn't look too round. So you want the edges to be a big ruffled. Then it's wraps him indigo and drop it in the center. So because we're working quite fast, this flower is still wet as we add the indigo color. I'm just going to blot out my brush and I'm just going to try and fade away some of that indigo color and let it blend into this rose. Ok, so let's pop into more indigo color. Anything that looks better. Now we're done with the two main flowers. I am going to add a side views daffodil over here. You can draw a guide using pencil so that you know where to draw the side view there for there. So let's start with the bell shape and we're gonna use permanent yellow light again and just paint the raffles. Then let's paint the body. And ready to fill this in with color. So this is in no way of painting is very quick and very easy and spontaneous. Now let's add the paddles on the side and you can hold your brush in the middle of the handle. This is to keep your strokes pretty loose. Anyone, the pathos to look like it's dancing. Okay, now let's grab some permanent yellow deep and just add some shading. When they're older petals meet. Scabs, Camila orange and added on the raffles part. So I'm gonna go back in to fix the shape of the battles. You seeing permanent yellow light. Now let's add the stem Using sap, green paint, warmer flower. This is a blue corn flour, and I'm just going to mix Walter Murray and permanent violin. So let's start with the patterns. I'm going to go in with a bolder color. So this is more pigment and willing to be in a few strokes. Then I'm gonna rinse, brush that dx is what they just fade away these strokes. And by doing this, we can create a softer look casing when add the color to this flower and just paint some more petals. And I'm just using the tip of my brush to create these C-shaped strokes. Let's grab some set pin and paint the bottom part that holds all the petals. And then we're also going to add the stem. Using sap green. I'm going to just add some leaves over here. As you can see, I started with the main flowers and then I tried to attach some smaller flowers. And that's how I started painting able K, or a major project. Now let's add a failures. So I'm just going to paint one long stem, add some hand that's attached to it. I made a mistake and they invented clean that part. Let's raise our brush them the excess water in French and just feed that. Uh, we lift that green color and now it's gone away to continue in this figure, I have here just permanent yellow light in using the tip of my brush and risk going. Balsam small dots that will look like small flowers. You can also add some yellow, orange dots just to make it look more interesting and so that it doesn't look too flat. So I think we can add one more data for the here. And now let's grab some permanent yellow light. Just, I say murky and going to put a small dark right there that will be the base of the bell. And then I will proceed to painting the raffles part. So when you're painting, a bulky tried to face the flowers in different directions so that it just looks better. Now let's fill in the body with more pain. And you can also add a little bit of water. Now I'm going to add some petals on the side. So just continuing tensing with their brush. And then you can grab some permanent yellow deep and add some more shading on this flower. And then let's grab some permanent yellow, orange and just drop it in the ruffles part of this flower. This Let It Bleed. Now if you want more color, I can add some vermilion or maybe you read and just putting in some small dots as well. Now let's grab some sap green and add the stem. So redundant despite let's move on to the next video. 10. Class Project: Floral Border Part 2: Welcome to part two of this class project. Now, let's move on to painting some more leaves. And they have here just some Sap Green. And I'm going to paint some elongated leaves. Turn going to fill in this white space right here. And I'm just adding some stem sticking out. You can also try to reengineer brush from time to time so that you can have a lighter tone of Sap Green. And then I'm gonna add some binds. I'm just using permanent yellow light tourism binds and I'm going to attach some stems. You can also solve it by playing around with Sap Green and different colors to Sap Green. Through right here edges added some indigo to me, sap green to create a deeper color. Try to vary the shape of the leaves. So I painted some smaller leaves right there just to change it up a bit and it will make your composition look more interesting. Let's move on to the lower left corner. And we're going to paint some more leaves right here. I just have a mixture of Sap Green and CPR. And when you add brown color to your sap green, it becomes an Earth seeing green color. So I just added some stems digging out. And I'm going to attach some elongate and leaves. The more you paid and the more you practice, the more that you'll feel comfortable when it comes to adding some leaves to your project. And they think that's how you gain the instinct of how her, where to add some leaves or some figures. Who he says it's added some binds. And I'm going to add some more greens on the base of that BOD so that it looks like it seamlessly attach to one another. Let's try to vary the shape of the leaves and later add some small leaves rate here. Okay, so at this point I'm going to just a few more stem sticking out in those small wide gaps. Let's add some leaves. Her around this daffodil and adding a dark leave beside a flower will give more definition to the flowers. So it makes the flower pop up even more. With a more concentrated sap green going to add a leaf or a tear. So notice how it instantly gives definition to the edges of the, therefore the petals. And I'm also adding some stamps sticking out to give more texture to this floral arrangement. And anything, we can add some fillers over here. Let's add some yellow dots. And you can also add a bit of yellow, orange color. So this is a simple and easy way to add failures. If there's just a small white-space set, you need to fill in, just put some small dots and it will look like small flowers has changed this upper bed. I'm going to add some bluish violet failures as well, just to give it a bunch of color. So for the right side of this painting, I'm gonna add some branches and I will be using some burnt umber. Okay, so now let's just start paintings on broken lines. And you can see I'm just using the tip of my brush to add some wispy strokes. And he just looks more natural this way, tied to paint quickly so that you can get a more natural outcome. So we're just going to add a few branches and let's see how it will go from there. You don't need to add all the branches right away. We can add some more later on. Let's try adding some leaves. I have here, some Sap Green. And I'm going to read, just tamp my brush onto the paper to create these leaves. And we're not going to be creating some perfectly shaped leaves, Yuan irregular shaped leaves, so that it just looks more again. You can also try to arrange your brush circadian lighter tone. So for it is by just have fun and try to add their friend shades of green. And also try to vary the tones. So some can be darker, sound can be lighter. Hand put them in clusters. Just added some indigo to my green so that I can get a deeper color. And don't worry, we are just going to slowly build this side of the painting. So the leaves may look a little sparse, but we are going to add some more details later. Now let's add some small bands than me saying permanent yellow light. So at them doing is keeping it quiet violence. So there's a yellow flower on the left. But I also want to feel yellow parts on the right. And keeping increasing lose now am going to add some stamps that attached the small flowers through the branches. So there is a space right here that needs to be filled. So using Sap Green, I'm going to add some nice around this white growth. So by adding more leaves, I'm going to make this rows pop up. So as you can see, by adding Without leaves, I am giving it some edge aswell. So I freed on pred some leaves around it. Then you want see where the pathos, and this is also a way to put the shape to the edges of this rose. So you see some leftover green paint on my palette. I am just going to add some more stem sticking out. Hank, quick strokes. We can also add some elongated leads. Nouns, cab, some indicator and editor, Sap Green. Let's just add some darker strokes. Right? So I think we can add some more branches. And I'm selling you seem burnt umber. And also trying to fill in some ways caps that we might have missed earlier. Now let's add a few more leaves and I'm just going to stamp my brush onto the paper to create some strokes. So it's now time to add some details on this daffodil flour. I just have here some permanent yellow deep and going to add some details, some small strokes just to give it more definition. We can also try to add some strokes on the side view there for them just to separate the petals. And then we can always write to faded and a little bit to keep itself using the unit ball Senior White. I'm just going to add some details in the center of test daffodil. So another fun thing to do is to add some white veins onto the green leaves. Or you can add some berries using this white pen. I won't be doing that in this project, but you can definitely caja dot out. So this rose needs a little bit of an upgrade and getting diluted Cerulean Blue and just add strokes on top of this roles, giving it more in depth. And I also think that it looks fluffier this way. Here. Now in this part, wherever ID some small finishing touches that will make a big difference to the final outcome of our painting. I'm anymore yellow, orange statistic part. Just to give it a punch of color, I'm going to show you my initial sketch. So if you have a smaller paper, this is something that you can try. As you can see, they have space to put this daffodil right here. So you don't really need to follow all the flowers that I added to this painting. You can definitely try and compose your own painting so that 80. I then congratulations for finishing this project. Two, and forget to add your favorite code. Or you're worried for the year. The Planck space. 11. Class Project: Daffodil Bouquet Part 1: And that's pain and affordable. K, I'm going to start with a front-facing daffodil, and this is going to be the version two of the front-facing that for the year you're going to paint the base first. So I have here some permit yellow light and we are going to be pain six petals First, you can download a photo of the project so that he can have a reference photo while painting this project, I decided to draw an outline first off, flowers, so that it's easier to just know where the flowers should be. And can also do that for years, front-facing that for the other and not by telling you some whitespaces. Let's just continue painting until we fill in all the white spots. While waiting for that yellow dot for the dry. I'm going to start painting the second daffodil and this is going to be on wide one. Let's see, you see Silurian Buddha's very diluted. This is the same as what we had practice in an earlier video of this class. So again, I'm just going to fill in all six petals and you're not going to leave a white space. This is an easy and simple approach to painting a front-facing. Therefore, they're not worry too much about the shape. We just need the general shape of the petals. And then we'll be adding more details. They're there to make it look better. Well, we deform them ring-based dry and going to move on and get some permanent yellow light. Let's start painting inside you that for the case of that side painting the bell shape of the daffodil and is going to tap my brush to create that ruffle effect. Then there let's fill that up with some more paint. Just hold your brush lightly so you can create some very expressive or wispy strokes. And now let's move on to painting this side battles. And then let's add some permanent yellow deep, just where all the petals meat. Then let's grab some yellow orange and just tap that onto the ruffles part. I'm gonna give it a bunch of colors. Let's add a little bit of firm million, less than o pen facing coin tower. So I have here a mixture of ultramarine blue and permanent violet. Let's spin some elongated see strokes. And this is the same as what we had practice in the brushstroke jails. I'm going to rinse my brush and then the excess water to create a lighter tone. I'm going to continue swinging my brush, create these wispy strokes. And everytime I paint a path, I always go towards the middle or the center of this flower. And I'm just going to put a small dot so you can see where it is. Again, you can also raise our brush to secrete a lighter tone or to fade away some strokes that look a bit harsh. To me Want some pencils to be quite solve. We can go back in later to add a second layer just to give it more depth. So right there I'm gonna grab some sap green. Let's add a stem to the size of the daffodil and add some sam sticking out and some leaves and just a fill-in that white gap. Now let's grab some greenish yellow and let's paint a simple high Granger. I'm just going to slowly stamp my brush and move it a little bit to create some petal like shapes. Let's also make sure that they are whitespaces in-between those strokes so that this will look like a blob of paint. Here, just adding some irregularly shaped petals and some are smaller or some are Baker Test. So key. Let's leave this law for a while. This will look create later when we start layering it. Okay, so here I'm just going to paint another flower. And this time let's paint a sideview corn flour. I am using the same extra of ultramarine blue and violet. I just started painting some petals over here. Hi, I'm softening this look by just grabbing lands a bit to flutter and fading away the initial strokes that we did. He can now grab some sap green and paint the base that's holds all of these petals. And then it's just add a stem as well. We can add more details once it dries liter. So what we're doing is we're receiving time, a painting the base first, and then we're gonna go back and add some more details. Once it is dry. Paint these small leaf right here, just to give more definition to this flower. And then we can start painting some failures. And I am just, you see Sap Green spent one long stem and unless adds some hands attached to it. I'm going to grab some permanent yellow light. And let's start painting some dots that will look like small flowers. Let's grab some indigo and add it to our sap green to create a deeper color. And I'm going to paint some elongated lease on the lower left corner of this bulky. So start by painting one long stem and then we're going to attach some elongated leaves, just dragged her brush and vary the pressure so you can get a nice irregular shaped leave. So you want it to look more organic. And then we're going to add one leaf over here, just to give more definition, do that white daffodil. Let's add some fillers as well in this area. Grab some yellow and just put some small dots again that will look like small flowers. So I'm just going around and adding some leaves just to make the main flowers pop, pop some more. I'm also adding some stamps sticking out, which I will later on conferred to a failure or a leaf or I might leave it as his. That makes a more concentrated combination of ultramarine permanent violet. And we're going to start adding a second layer on the current flower. Time. Just painting on top of the first layer is doing this gives us more depth and hits. Here's a safe. Some petals are nearer, some are farther away. Hey, if it's a bit too dark, you can just rearrange your brush and just tried to fade away some of the strokes just to soften it a bit. Okay, so we're almost done with the second layer. And now let's move on to part two of this project in the next video. 12. Class Project: Daffodil Bouquet Part 2: Welcome to part two of this project. Let's start adding details on the front facing that Fidel, him getting cramps and permanent yellow, orange. And we are going to create some ruffles. There's too much water and fresh just plotted out on a tissue paper. Let's continue to tap the brush until we form a ring. And then less runs our brash and just blot out the excess water and willing to fade the inside of this ring. Just lightly touch the inches so we can blur it. Now let's grab them and drop in a small dot in the center. So this is a bit light and we're going to grab more pigment. Is make sure that your brush isn't too wet so that this doesn't spread all over the place. Moving on to the other flower, how many gaps are primarily yellow, orange again and paint a ring. So after a day, sled threads are brash and blood out the excess water and lets begin to fade the inside of this uranium. While the center is still wet. And we're going to add a little pinch of permanent yellow, just to give it a pop of color. Let's grab, bring home VR and quite a small dot in the center. I'm gonna go back to the elder Fidel. Let's grab some permanent yellow deep. And we are going to separate the petals by adding some strokes. Let's raise our brush and just dab the excess water in the tissue paper and fade away one side of that stroke. I'm gonna go back in with my permanent yellow deep in my brush and just paint some strokes on top of the petals. Using the tip of your fresh paint and wispy strokes. Let's do the same for the other daffodil. So right here I have indigo and I'm going to dilute it with a lot of water and going to just separate the pathos again. And then as friends or brash dab the Access Word there and Phaedo in one side of the strokes that we made. It important to the strokes to give definition to the petals. Meaning of alkane and add some more strobes. This is just diluted indigo, but you can also add some diluted to Julian blue. Can also grandmothers are better fat, yellow, orange and noted flow into the civilian blue strokes. Daffodil needs, and there's a bit more colors. I'm really grab some vermilion and just add some color onto the ruffles. It's now time to add some finishing touches. Here. You're going to add some more leaves just to fit in some of the white caps. And I'm also going to paint some stem sticking out. Let's paint some small stamps in-between the flowers. In some areas we can try to layer some of the leaves just to make it look folder and give it more in depth. And when you are doing is make sure that the freshener is already guy before you add a second layer. That's kind of a more fragmented greenish yellow and paint on top of this high Granger and stamping my brush and the color is just a shade darker than the base that we did, has a running the second layer and making sure that you can still see some of the first layer. Tessa small space right here and this way to paint some small Elise, Let's try to vary the shapes of the leaves in this bulky. So you can also add a little bit of violet to green just to change the color. Right here, the top, let's add failure. At the bottom part of this bull KM linked to add some yellow pad and I missing permanent yellow light. Then just add the stem to attach to the bonds. Let's go around this pokey. I'm going to add another layer of leaves. So this is just a more concentrated Sap Green. From time to time, tried to stop and look at your painting from afar so that you'll know if you need to stop already or if you need to keep on going and admire fillers are in leaves. Let's get diluted serial Yun Lu mixture and I'm going to add some small dots that will look like fillers, and these will look like small flowers. This is an easy way to introduce another color terrible key without painting our main flower, hence making it more violence. So I added some on the top and I'm going to add some at the bottom. Okay. So I'm looking around and anything, we can still fill in some of the gaps. And they can extend some of the leaves over here. Now let's grab some indigo and add that to our sap green to create a deeper color. We are going to use this mixture on our high danger and semantics of small strokes to separate the petals. This will look like the shadow in-between the small flowers. Let's translate brash and feed some of the strokes. We can go back in to add some more lines to separate those petals. And these are just some small finishing touches. And now let's grab our unit ball signal wide band, add some details in the center of the daffodil. You can also use white, gosh, if we don't have ANY advantages, fight ECR2, USE ANY pen for the small details. Right? So we are done. Congratulations for finishing your class project. I hope that you learned a lot. 13. Final Thoughts: Let's wrap up this class. I hope that through this glass you're able to find peace and quiet time to reflect. I also hope that you enjoyed learning how to paint a new flower. Just remember to enjoy the process of learning. And he also believed that he almost died as a beginner. So far, the class project, you can write your favorite PyMOL roofs or your favorite code. Or you can choose your word for the year. Choose a route that will motivate you for the year. Or choose the words that sums up. You need to focus on her, perhaps what you need to improve one. So I have chosen two words, one for my personal life and one for my work. My first query is gratitude. And want to be grateful for everything that we have in a, choose to see things in a positive perspective. My second word is created. So this is for my work as an artist. Last year was a difficult year for me and they were able to focus on my art as much as they want to. So this year I want to create more art and paint pieces that will make. So there you go. I have shared my personal roots for the year. I would love to see your class project and also the courts that have chosen to motivate you for the year. If you're able to pay any class project, please uploaded in a project gallery section of this class. If you uploaded it on Instagram piece into this hashtag so that I can see your work so that it, I will see you in my next class.