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Loose Watercolor Florals Using a Dagger Brush

teacher avatar Joly Poa, Watercolor Artist

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19 Lessons (2h 25m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:24
    • 2. Class Project Overview

      1:17
    • 3. Materials

      6:44
    • 4. What is a Dagger Brush

      4:00
    • 5. Brush Stroke Part 1

      7:45
    • 6. Brush Stroke Part 2

      4:55
    • 7. Leaves

      12:33
    • 8. Two Toned Brush Stroke

      7:05
    • 9. Fillers

      9:11
    • 10. How to Paint a Top View Rose

      8:20
    • 11. How to Paint a Side View Rose

      4:23
    • 12. Dahlia

      6:56
    • 13. Expressive Orange Flower

      10:36
    • 14. Class Project: Bird of Paradise

      14:19
    • 15. Class Project Trio Flower Part 1

      11:19
    • 16. Class Project Trio Flower Part 2

      10:47
    • 17. Class Project Complementary Color Part 1

      10:28
    • 18. Class Project Complementary Color Part 2

      11:15
    • 19. Final Thoughts

      0:58
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Have you ever wondered how to use a dagger brush? Join me in this class as we talk about the strokes that you can do with this brush and how you can apply it to your painting. We will create fun and expressive florals using this brush. This class is packed with helpful tips so make sure to watch all the projects. :) 

The class is suited for beginners and for seasoned artists who want to try a different style of painting.

Here are the topics that we will learn:

  • Definition of a Dagger Brush
  • Brush Stroke Exercises and Application
  • Leaves and Fillers
  • Top and Side View Roses
  • Dahlia and Bird of Paradise
  • Expressive Orange Flower
  • Two Toned Strokes

At the end of class, you will be able to accomplish 3 projects! Yes, you can make three but remember to pace yourself. You can start with one project today and another one next week. :)

Happy Painting!

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. Introduction: I always say this in my class that when you're painting with loose watercolor Correll's view, it asked Dancing with your brush. Just let your hand move greedy to create expressive strokes. So joining today asked me Explore have used a dagger brush that create moose weather, color florals, everyone. My name is Charlie and I'm It wasn't color artist based in the Philippines. I'm also known astrological on instagram right here, and that's what I post my pain things, my time lapse videos, my process videos and I consider it asked my digital art journal. Well, first off about the materials that you need, the pain, the favor and a force of fresh. So a lot of your brush is a sword shaped brush, and in this class you will learn how to create different strokes that you can apply not only to florals, but also to other subjects. S well, do some restaurants exercises that will help you develop the muscle memory in your hands. Funds topic. ISS painting to tone leaves and I will teach you how to load your brush with two colors, has paid different leaves and fillers, and for the flowers we're going to learn how to paint a few rows excited to be rose, and you're also going to paint a dahlia where newly painted with a two tone stroke, the key and the fourth will be painting some or expressive florals. So this class is suitable for beginners and also for other arts is who want to explore painting with a bagger brush. At the end of the class, you will be able to learn how to feed hoopla, horrible things like this and also a painting off the fruit off paradise flowers. My goal is to teach you the basics off using a bagger brush, and you see all the techniques that you have learned. You'll be able to pay your own style off loose watercolor florals. I hope you're as excited as I am, so let's get started. 2. Class Project Overview: no again. So this is just an overview off the entire class because I'm so excited. I wanted to show you the things that you can create after gaining the skills from this class. So first up, this is the bird of paradise. So don't be pressured to finish all the projects in one sitting. We can do it at your own pace. So this is the bird of paradise. And then you're also going to paint some rules. This using a dagger brush. So we have here the three you rules. We have three roses. And then he added some gives and some fillers, and then he also have the combination off Valya and a white gross. And don't worry. I mean, all the projects easy to follow, and all the videos are in real time. So it means that you can follow along as a paint. And I'm also going to upload the images here on sculptures. Or that you can download the photos off the final paintings and can use it as your reference photo. So let's will want to the next video 3. Materials: all right. So for the materials that start with a dagger brush and right here I have the silver brush . Silk 88. This is a dagger brush, and as you can see here, there's a number. So that is where you will see the size off the brush. And this is a 1/4 inch bagger brush. And I prefer this size because I'm only painting, um, smaller size, pain things. So 1/4 inch is a good size, and they want to show you other brands. This is from the Princeton line. This is from their meaning. Detailer Siri's source again. See, the brush handle is quite small. It's shorter, and then the brush from silver brush silk 88. So this is also a nice brush, and I also have this dagger brush from single boards from the Ashley brand, and it's also one first inch, and I wanted to just show you different brands so that you can choose which one you would like to buy in the future. Since I know that not all the brands are available. Answer Ethan countries, so we will talk more about back hair brushes. In a separate video later, on. So for the paper, we're going to use those types I'm going to use through the great paper and art this great paper. So let me start with the student. Great paper. This is the council X l. And this is quite easy to find that So I also decided to use this for the class and this kinds on excel We're just going to use it for after saying our brush drugs. So later on, you're going to use this'll just to doodle and just try out our dagger brushed. So this is a good paper to practice with. So for the artist, great paper, we're going to use the family. Anna Artist ical extra white. This is 100% cotton paper, which is really good for painting loose florals. And they were also using the cold press paper. So if you're wondering, cold press has some texture and it's really good for loose florals. But if you're painting some realistic florals, I do suggest to get the hot press paper, which has a very smooth texture. So this is 300 GSM, which is, um, a good amount of sickness for the paper so that it can handle a lot off water when we're painting. And as you can see, this is a block style off, um, mother color paper, which means that homicides are good except for one area, so that that's how we will take out one sheet. We just need to put a cutter or even a credit card and just slide here so that you can take out a sheet of paper. Okay, but if you want to save money, it's cheaper to buy just a large sheet off watercolor paper and then just cut it into smaller sheets for your practice. So this is what I did here for our final projects. We're going to use a square shape paper just like this. So this is nine inches by nine inches, and this is also far beyond artistic. Oh, and it's also 100% cotton paper, and sometimes you might have some extra small. She's like this. So this is really good before practicing, or if you want to swash some colors. So I suggest keeping this crap papers, and if you don't have a large sheet, and what you can do is to get your block boss style off watercolor paper. And perhaps you can just put so masking tape here so that your free will be just this one. It's nine by night, and then you can use this area to swatch some colors. Or just use this. Ask your scrap paper. So for the pains were going to use the art philosophy. Watercolor confections and what I love about their line is that they have different palates . But if you're a beginner, I would suggest getting the classics because you get the basic colors and this set, and if you already have a basic set at home, you can up before using. The old is, he said. It's also one of my favorite palace in their Siri's. So this is their latest said This is the current said, and they have a lot of nice blues and greens in this set. I also love s ends so they can show you the colors inside. It looks very pretty, and you're going to use this later on. Well, of course, you don't need need to follow the brands that I'm using in this class. You can definitely use the brass says you already have at home and of course he need a jar of clean water, and then he also needs some tissue paper, toe, blood, excess water and our brush. And lastly, Unisys optional. You can use a ceramic pilot like this so that you can use it to mix your paints. So that's it for the materials. I hope that you're as excited as I am to start painting, so that's it for the materials. I hope that you are excited to start painting. 4. What is a Dagger Brush: Okay, So before we start the class, let's talk about a dagger Brought So what? ISS A dagger brush. A dagger brush is a sword shaped brush just like this one. So this is from the brand, so we're brush and it's their silver silk 88 Sealy's. And if you know this, let's look at the parts off a docker brush. So we have here the pointy tip and a duggar brushed has a longer side, which is this part, and it tapers down to the short, ther side over here. And if you're wondering why the color of the bristles iss green. This is supposed to be greyish white, but because I've been using it a lot, the cars have stained the bristles, but the performance off the brush is still the same. So what does a dagger brush do? Well, you can paint long, thin lines using this brush, and you can also paints, um, grasses and leaves. You can even pay the ocean waves and also different shapes off Patoski. So later on, you'll discuss about the brushstroke exercises that will do using this brush and just to show you a bit of a comparison between different pressures that they're similar to the doctor brush. Well, I'm going to show you first the bigger size so she can see there's a number right here. It's 1/4 change, so that is the size of this brush. It's the Wiz off the bristles right here. So I have here a slightly bigger brush. So this is 3/8 inch and you can see that the with is definitely whiter. And then let's compare it to an angle brush. So you probably heard often ankle brush, and you can see that the shape is the friends, so it doesn't, um, have that curve shape. So this one is just slanted, and it's like a flat brush that he just cut at an angle. And it looks like that. But the doctor brush is tape Ridley like this. So it has that curve, um, curve shape right here. And also the uncle brushes have a stiffer feel to it compared to the dagger brush, because the dagger brush has like a longer off bristles. So once you press it on the paper, you can create nice, expressive strokes as well. But with this one, it's a lot different compared to the duggar brush. So let me show you another brush that is similar to the dagger brush. This is a striper. So as you can see, they are both 1/4 inch. But the shape is quite different. The bristles here are longer compared to this one. So it it's also nice to this one is also nice to use or some expressive florals. But for two. Dave, you're just going to use the dagger push. Okay, so now that we have compared some of the precious let's now head onto painting the brushstroke exercises using the backer brush. 5. Brush Stroke Part 1: start this exercise. We need our paper. I'm using the Consul Excel. And then for the fresh. I am using my dagger barrage the silver brush. So 88 1/4 inch. And for the pain. I am using our philosophy. This is the current set, but definitely you can use any color that you like, and then we have your my jar off, what turned? And I have some tissue paper over here. Let's start to paint something lights using our duggar brush. So I'm gonna hold it like this. So this near it's quite near the bristles because I'm going to paint thin lines and I need that precision. I need to have control over my brush. I'm gonna have to hold it near the bristles. So I'm just going that route. My brush. Then let's grab some pain. Any color will do. Doesn't have to be green. Okay, so just gonna move. These has tried to paint something lines, so I want just a tip off my brush to touch the paper. Just make this, so let's repeat it. A 10. Okay. So with this job, you can paint grass like this. So the longer part is facing me, so the shorter site is facing the paper, he said. You're painting landscapes. This would be a good brush to paint some grass. So what I love about painting with Backer Precious is that you can create some really interesting strokes if you just try to change the angle of your brush if you try to change the pressure on the brush. So with the thin lines we applied, just like pressure so that we can achieve thin lines. So let's try again, using up a thin line, and then we're going to change the angle off the brush towards the end of the stroke. So there's try again a thin line, then fly pressure. So as you can see, we have created a broader stroke at the end. So I'm going to start again with the thin line and then just change the angle. So this is a good exercise to get to know your brush can do it on the other side. Make this okay, so I'm just applying more pressure, tourist and a swell and also changing the angle off the brush. So don't be afraid to do these exercises. There's there's no correct pattern so we can definitely be just dude Oh, and play around with the stroke so that you can get more acquainted with your brush. Okay, so for the next exercise, we're going to paint the horizontal line. But we're also going to apply different pressures in different points, so I'm going to show it day now. So I have loaded my brush and that's start painting. And when the whole my brush like this and just drag and skate a thin line, then it's Pete downwards up towards wars upwards. So we're just going toe wiggle over line, and every time you paint downwards, you add more pressure. Then when you live, you create Listen line. It means that you have applied less pressure going up. So that's tried again. Okay, so that's a good exercise for you to try so that you can, um, eight sin and thick lines. You can also be able to control your brush better. Okay, so during this part I'm applying pressure and then I'm going to snow only live. And that's why I can t eight a thin line because I'm lifting and they're applying less pressure so you can press again down wars and live, Then press again, then lift. So another exercise that we can do a static entry after eight ocean waves. So I'm using the color ocean from the occurrence set off art philosophy, and you're going to paint so horizontal lines. But you're going to apply unless pressure it's less actually exaggerated compared to this way, so we can just applies like pressures like with thin line. Just press a little bit thin line again and just press it's do it again. So this one might not make much sense right now because we don't have a background. But if we have a notion scene, we can definitely adds some texture to the water painting by doing this stroke. Well, of course, since your painting florals in this class, you definitely need to learn how to paint leaves so we can use our dagger brush to paint some leaves. Think this'll so we can start with life pressure and they're just press your brush and then live, and you will have a separate video for being. Thing just leaves. Right now. I just want you to practice strokes so you're just going to play around, Okay, so now let's move on a difference. Stroke 6. Brush Stroke Part 2: So now let's move on to strokes that related to painting our loose florals sold because the brush has a tapered side Over here, it's very easy to create some see strokes. So let me just grab some pain. You can use any color that you want, so I'm just gonna fill my brush mixes and you're going to paint some see strokes, so I'm going to be a just small strokes. Okay, so it's really easy to paint these strokes compared to you seeing a round brush because you already have a nice pointy, a triangular shaped right here. So when you press it, you get that pointy tip and then just move in a sea motion so we can also pay a bigger battles We can do with this, so I'm just sliding my brush. They don't have to look the same. And that's what's nice about painting those quarrels, because you can paint florals in your old artistic interpretation, and it's actually nicer. If the petals are not all the same size in same shape, it will look more organic and more natural, so we can also paint it from this angle so we can drag it So we painted a while ago the small strokes and now we are going to drag our stroke. You can press it even harder, creating a father stroll. So just play around with the angles for the brush. We can change the angles and see what you can. Could it. So you can also paint from the bottom going up. Let's try that and then can also paint some s stroke. So the longer side is facing me. So this is for exercise purposes, and it's nice. It's a nice way to control your brush. You can even try to drag your brush up wards. Just put it up, okay. Can also create an s shape using this joke. And neither are we will use the stroke for our florals. So we can also paint some dots. And just remember that if this if you're dancing with your brush so hating Diff'rent strokes, it's also nice. That creates a quick strokes. You can create some really expressive strokes. Well, don't be afraid to try different things using this brush, because it's really, really fun to play with this brush, and I find it easier to actually paint some florals using this brush. I think it's really good for beginners. Peace. I think we're done with the brush stroke exercises. Just remember to always practice so that you can develop your muscle memory. 7. Leaves: Okay, So before he started painting these, I am going to show you how I makes my greens. So usually I start with sap green. What, in this case, anything. A green from the art philosophy said anything. See green. So let me just grab some pain, and it's trying to squash it, so it's a beautiful green color, but I usually like adding a different color just to get a different shade of green. So here I'm going to add a bit off pain scree. So this is deep sea in this set. By mixing these two colors, I will get a deeper shade of green, which is something you love me when you added to your greens. It just gives that extra contrasts. So as you can see, this is a brighter green, and then you have a deeper shade off green, and then one more color that I love, adding to the green ISS, the sprint sienna, or you can just add any brown that you have. So I'm just been ad some brown to the screen. It will just give off that earthy green color, a very natural green color. How to So that looks great That's how I makes me angry is you can definitely experiment. You can add some reds or even violet. You can add that to your green so that you can get a more interesting shade of green. Start with a life pressure in the just press and drug, then lift. They get pointy tips and can also create leaves with a few strokes. So the position off the process that the longer side, their bristles is facing me, and then you're gonna paint one stroke first. That's once rule and with the same angle will pay the second stroke. Okay, so now you have two strokes and get a father shape off leaf. So that's tried again one more time. So I'm doing an s shape. Now it's a one more stroke, and you can always go back to fix it. Okay, Okay. So you can do a different variations off this throat. So another leave begin Do iss the long and slumber leaf. So let's try to paint the stem and then you're going to drag our stroke just like that. And sometimes I want to change the color of the greens and I can add a bit of yellow green , so you can also add a bit of pain screen. It's trying to change it up a bit, okay? And then on the other side, you're going to paint the same stroke. So this is a little difficult because the angle is different. But my tip is to use this side of the brush. So the longer side is facing you, and the shorter side is facing the paper. So just put your brush over here, then just drag it to the left. Okay, so let's try to change the color, and then we have a complete set of leaves. And this will look nice if you have different shades off green. So another another week to paint. These is to paint it from top to bottom. So I have paint in the brush and you're going to start a tear. Okay, so we have one stroke, another one on the right so you can leave the white space. Ask IHS, or you can try to fill it in with color. Okay, let's try it again. One stroke there and they're on the other side. You have it. Let's not try to paint leaves that they're more expressive So let's just grab some green and I'm going to paint the stem. Okay? Okay. And then has tried to paint one knee. I'm gonna start over here, and I'm gonna pain downwards in a U shape. So it started like, pressure and then pressed down and then release. Cancel. Let's try another one. So start with my pressure and then just press and then release. So as you can see, you have uneven shape, which looks really pretty. So let's try to paint. Try to paint on the other side. It might be a little difficult. It takes practice to do this on the other side, because it's not the right angle for the brush, but I'm sure that you can definitely do. This style lives a lot off practice, so let's tried one more time. So I'm twisting my brush and this Try another one here. Okay. And then one technique that I love doing ISS ad um, pastry or in vehicle, the leaves. You should like hiding it towards the tip off the leaves. Just gives a lot of character to believe, okay? And then you can add with more wheat to the center. Add one more stroke. I just wanted to be a little father. Had more pain. Okay, well, T that's our experts suit these and it's moody. Pretty, because it's uneven, it looks more natural. Okay, so let's try one more style. I'm gonna try to paint leaves with more water who has just had a lot of water. Make it just more expressive, more lose. And that's what you want. So you can just change the shape, really have to look like what I am painting right now. I'm just show you how you can try to create your own style and hold your brush right at the tip off the handles, or that it's easier to move. Okay, Okay, sauce again CM throwing in a lot of water. And this is good. If you are painting on cotton paper. This ISS this paper is not 100% called in paper. This is the Constant Excel, but since we are just practicing, it's OK to do this, but they would suggest Heidi suggests that to use 100% called in paper for this tile. So let's just add a bit off the pain. Scree just like to add some more color kid. And you can also add some stem sticking out like this and look more expressive. Okay, so this is just a dude. Oh, so again, there's the pattern. Can definitely play around And just add different colors if you want. Okay, then I think I want to add something. That girl over a year you can add a bit more off the pain screen. I just want to have a more expressive stem. Okay. And then another technique is to add if you want, you can add a bit of read. It just pops up. It looks really pretty okay, because this bigger it's not 100% cotton paper. It will not dry up that pretty compared to 100% cotton paper. But that's that's okay. This painting I know it doesn't look like a perfect set of meanings, but the point in painting this stop, we wanted to be expressive and really lose. So I just want you guys to have fun and OK, so I think this is the last portion off this topic. Let's now move on to the next video 8. Two Toned Brush Stroke: So now let's try to learn how to paint with two tone colors and our brush. So I have here my Fibria artistic ally have a small piece of paper and for the paint I'm still using art philosophy. So I just makes up some green and some paints Be right here and I'm going to rinse my brush and then first up, I'm going to show you what it looks like if we have too much water in our brush if we have a very diluted people, so I'm going to dip it first in the green pain. So for food on colors, ideally, you start with the lighter color. So in this case, I have the green one. So I'm going to dip my entire brush here and then to make it through tone, we have to dip just the tip of the brush into the darker color. So in this case, and you saying the pain is great, let's try to dip. And that's tried to swatch Okay, so she can see nothing happens. Let's try it again. So what happens is that because they're both very well, you did they end up mixing with each other in this brush. So let me show it to you. So you don't get a little bit of blue here, but it's not as prominent, so we don't really see the true tone color. So let me show you the proper way to do a tooth on color right here. Okay, so let's grabs and green paint, and then we're getting other for color. Ridge is being scree, so we wanted to be quite voice, but we don't want a big puddle off water. I just wanted to be damp, and then I'm going to dip just a tip off my brush. I want the mixture off the pace key to be quite thick. I don't want it to be too watery. Okay, so here is my brush, and let's try to swatch this, Okay? So now you can see that we have to tone here, and we have the green paint, and then we have the paint screen underneath. Okay? So the key to achieving to toe is really with the right amount off water that you mix into your pain So you should be the second page or the darker pain should be quite stick. So is that it will show up. Let's watch it again. Okay, So now let's try a different color so you can see it better. Now, let's try to grab some yellow. And for the tip, I'm gonna add a bit of Fred. Okay? So as you can see, we have some yellow right here. And also a bit of Fred over here. Straightest. Watch it. Okay. Okay. So now we have achieved it. And because if you makes yellow and red, it becomes orange. You'll see that the color here have makes. So you get that orange color over there. And if you actually look closely, you also see the red color at the bottom. So this exercise is good for painting tutto leaves. And also we will use this technique when we paid our dahlia us. So let's just try to paint some leaves. You sing what we learned today. I'm grabbing some three coy's and that's add a bit off the purple over here. Okay, then, with the pain right here, that is just so beautiful. I love how it just lends. It's do it one more time. So I just rinse my brush and then it's crab, some turquoise and then add some purple Afghans. Let's try to paint on the other side. It just looks so magical. When you makes through colors. Let me just show you up close. You can see it better. It just looks so pretty when you mix through colors together. Strike again. This it's this is her twice. So it's quite resulted paint on the other side, because the angle it's just quite different. But that's tried again. Okay, so I love that. It's quite unpredictable when you paint the do tone colors because sometimes you'll have more blue and less the purple. Sometimes you'll have more of the purple as the pure Christ blue. It was just very, very pretty. So this technique, we will use this'll either for the dahlias. So we are going to be mixing some yellows and oranges, and you will just have fun a thing. Flowers. Using this technique 9. Fillers: Let's try to paint some fillers. I am going to start with the yellow green color mate here, um, going to paint over here. Just something lines in case I'm going to pain this dio I get your lovely brown shape. So let me try to zoom it in so that you can see it better. All right, let's continue. Just add somethin strokes. And then after this, I'm just going to leave this to dry because we want to put another layer over here. Let me just put east them. So you're gonna add a a deeper shade of green once this is dry. So let's leave this one first and let's move on to the next filler while this one guys, somebody rents my brush and next up, we're going to paint some simple flowers that you will be using us fillers for our project . Later. You can use any color. What a great number. You some pink. So you're just going to pain three paddles right here? It's at one more and another one, and then it's add a stem. Okay, so now we have filler number two. Okay. Said this is filler number three and have a purple color here, so let's start. I just want a more elongated stroke. It's getting being cooler. Okay, so this will look like a cop that holds these three pedals. So this is already dry. Let's add a appreciated green. I'm just going to add on top off the strokes. Deep pain that they're near. This will just give it more depth. Okay, you are, then. So the next killer iss he four petal flower. You're just going to pain to take this. Get one to three. Another one four. You can also change the shape and the size. So I like adding this to Bible case, just toe more for you, okay. And when you actually, when you try to ping a lot of these flowers, it will look like, um, hydrangea. Okay, so in some cases, he only need to pay just three. Bethel's just wanted to fill in some gaps. Okay, so that it looks foreigner. Okay. Okay. So now we can add some stamps just connecting them. Take this. I just love having these killers. Este looked great when they're together. Someone add one more over here. Okay. When we're over here, can also put some dots at the center just to give it more deaths. All right, so we're done with this filler. Last name made a show your simple five petaled flower that you can also use us a filler for your bookie. So I have here yellow pain. This just tried to paint five petals. So this is what's nice about a dagger brush. It's so easy to paint petals. Okay, this is the 4th 1 We have more. Okay, so for the sender and just going to grab some pain spree, and I'm going to put thin lines over here. Okay? I'm going to let the pain scream bleed into the yellow so you can also, of course, you can fix shape off the petal. You can always fall back, can try to fix it. Okay, but this is a very easy way to add more flowers to Europe. Okay. Okay. So I want the pointy petals. So I'm just gonna try to fix the ends of the federal. Okay, So we are done. It's back. E c 10. How to Paint a Top View Rose: So let's start painting roses were going to paint a thought. View rules. So to start this video, let's repair our paper. I have my family, an artist ical, then amusing the art, the loss of you, other color said. And this is the Odyssey said. So let me just rinse my brush and let's grab the color tokyu. You can definitely use a different color, depending on what you like, but I like big colors. Getty's the pink pain. You can use permanent rules. It's a very nice pink color. So usually for the center off the rules, I prefer it to be that the darkest or the pull this color So this pink paint we're going to add just a bit off, um, Violet, just to get the deeper color. But another tip ISS to add the complementary color so the complementary color off off. Read a screen so you're going toe. Add a little bit of green and you'll see that the color will get deeper. Do you see that? So this is a big later. This is the natural pink color, but if you add a bit of green, it will get that deep, purple ish color. Okay, so now that start painting the center. And for this exercise, you're going to do some small see strokes like this. So we want some pointy tips. Let's try the zoom in so that it's clearer. So this will be the center of the rules and we'll start with a C stroke. And so notice that the longer side is facing me. Okay, so we want pointy tips, and then it's paying another stroke right here. You can. And now I'm going to paint some thin lines, just using the tip off my brush and also leaving some white space ISS. I'm just gonna go are around the center. Okay, Now we can paint another broad stroke over here. Just go around. Okay, Now I need periods, May brush. And by renting my brush and also recruiting the pain that's in my brush. So let's try to paint it here. So, as you can see, we have a very light color because we have introduced more water. So I'm just adding more strokes. You can definitely turn your paper to get the right angle, and I'm adding more water to my brush. I just want the outer petals to be news and even white spaces. Okay. You know, this is that most of what he will brush in the middle so that I get that loose. Um, stroke. Okay, Came year, actually. Almost done. So you are just painting some faded stroke stores, the outer part off the roofs. And for some strokes, I'm just gonna paint lengths like this. So it doesn't really have to be a full stroke. We just want to connect some gaps. Case I'm gonna try to paint on top of this, and then you will just let this dry. You can add another layer just to get more details. But if you're happy with this, you can definitely stop at this point. So this is already dry, and I'm just gonna grab some paint over here. Let's just try this. Watch it first. Okay, so this looks good. And I'm going to add a second layer just to add more details around this area because we have lost some white space is over here. Okay, so we just need some see strokes like this. So I'm just gonna go around this area and I'm going to just rinse my brush and you want to fade some parts off the stroke that we just did for that. It's not too harsh. Okay, then it's just add a few more. This is completely optional. Oh, you can definitely choose not to do this anymore. Well, sometimes you just want process that have more death. Okay, We're almost done. Just like I think, Extra strokes. It just gives it a more natural look. Okay, so that's fade this up. Okay, so I'm pretty happy with this part because it's quite dark. But if you want to add extra color on top off this, you may do so. Just Adam or concentrated pink color. Just add a bit off green to make it darker. Then you can paint on top off it, just like this. Okay, so now we are done. 11. How to Paint a Side View Rose: after learning the top view off the rose that's trying to pay the side view and just gonna grab some Tokyo, which is the paint color and the Odyssey set off art philosophy can also use permanent your rules. Let me just watch this for you. I want to center to be the most. Let's try to Swatch. Okay, that looks great. And then that started painting with the pain a C stroke. So I want us to be a pigment and color, but at the same time, I want to load my brush with a lot of pain. Okay, so let's start with a cease troop one over here and then two at the bottom. Okay, then the new ruins, my brush. I just want to extend the pedals here. Okay, so I just did that as a marking. Now it's tried to extend, and then it's tried to paint somethin. Stroll straight here. They look like the fools off the flower have been a rinse my brush again and then it's trying to paint see strokes so the longer site is facing us. So you're gonna do the stroke and making sure that there are still white spaces que And then it's just either 50 more. God, let's get some pain. Can add toe battles over here. Okay, so now I want to fix the shape and then add a few more strokes. So if you feel like the shape looks kind of funny, you can just add a few more strokes. And then I Scrabble more pigment than pink color again. Just gonna drop it here, okay? Because I want the center to be quite just, Do you just give it some shadow can, and it's just try to get some green color. Okay? Now we can prince our brush and just stabbed the excess water. Then you can try to fix some areas. Okay? It's just move some off color, but it doesn't settle in a weird way. Okay, So I'm just grabbing some off the excess pain and just blotting it on the tissue paper, and then you can grab some more pain. Just bring back some of the colors. Okay? So I think we are done 12. Dahlia: So let's start painting some values. And I have here my constant X l I just wanted to play around with some strokes before you paint on the five Brianna paper. So I'm gonna rinse my brush and grab some yellow. And then, as you can see, the red color here is quite them. So I'm just gonna dip my brush just a tip off the brush into the red color. Okay, so that's just try to paint some com strokes so we can do an s stroke like this? Yes, you can see we have a beautiful bloody off yellow and red. And then it also mixed right here. So it became orange. So you can do a stroke from up to down. Then you can also do it from down toe up. Okay, then one more. So we're not going to be strict about this. You can change the angle of your brush, and that's okay. So I think we're ready to paint on our Fabbiano. That's such a paper. Okay, so now I have the fire Briana here and gonna grab some yellow again. Okay, So I'm just gonna fill this brush with some yellow, Then the step the tip off the brush into the red paint and start painting. So this will be the center. You put the small that. Okay, so let's paint on s shape. Okay. That this beautiful there one. Okay. And now I'm gonna rinse my brush. Something that grab yellow again. Dip it into the red color. So not re keeping count off the petals so you can do this. One is six. You definitely do just 45 1st Then let's try to pain more petals here. Okay? Then it's grab some yellow again, then some red. I'm just going to fill in those gaps and between the pedals and every time I run out, off paid, I can either rinse my brush and get some yellow again. Or just continue beating. Rid the yellow paint because sometimes I like to make it up. Some petals have two tone strokes. Some pastels have just one color, so it really depends on you. Let's try one more time. Let's try to just assume it in so you can see it better. Okay. To have a cooperate here, I'm going to throw it in the paper. It's paint. Well, that's what you can do. It can actually just turn your paper so that it's easier to paint the strokes and actually like mixing up the angles off the petals. Let's add here. Just continue adding all around So some battles can be long. Her some can be shorter casing. Add more here. So in some cases, I do overlap my petals. I think this just so I can fit in the the right length off battle that they want. Okay, Okay. You're almost done. So what you can do to check the shape off the flower, just hold it off far away from you. So you can see from a different perspective. Then you will know if the shape iss um already correct, because sometimes it will look too much on one side and just less on the other side. We have to adjust the petals. And don't be afraid to add some petals. It's nice to experiment the shape and the angles so you don't be afraid. Just just have fun, okay? I think we are done 13. Expressive Orange Flower: Now, this is one my favorite flowers, Pete, using a bagger brush. So the cyst like an imaginary flower for me. So let's just grab some yellow. And I just put the thought right here. Just so you know, where the center of the flower iss. So let me just grab some yellow, have yellow paint here, and I'm just going to pain something lines until I create he around shape. And I'm also leaving the centre open. We need to paint some green details there. Okay, so now we're done. You re explained, brush this. Grab some green color. Just been a dab some green in the center, just like so, t and then with means Graham brush again and you grab some orange color. Gonna change the shades off. This color will add some reds and yellows later. So let's start painting the battles. I'm going to keep this pretty loose and also try to observe my hand away able the brush the way I paint the stroke in the angle off this troop. So that started to paint some Matos. I'm just gonna try to have fun and also try to add some more water because he wanted to be really news. Well, let me add some more orange. So I'm just twisting and turning my brush just so I can get some really interesting strokes . And some strokes can be broader. Some can be just a thin lying just tried toe Makes the shape off the strokes. Okay, I'm also leaving some white spaces in some areas. And I'm not me quite strict with number of petals. We're just going continuously. Just add some strokes and just let your hand dance. And before he can change the color going, we need to use courage. I had a bit of a few in some areas, and they also like keeping the sites quite open and very wispy. So you have some pointy tips right there. Did you try to add some burnt sienna? So, having this Prince Sienna color well, some off the pedals are still wet. Just to add more detail. It's no add more reds just to give that con dress because you want more deaths and a pagan does, which is one she will look quite flat. Okay, so you're actually almost done and would like to add a bit off blue color to the center. Just get a cab, this blue green color, Okay? And then you will let this dry and you add the second layer. So that was easy, right? It's very fast. So this is already dry, and you're gonna bring back more details through this, Never gonna grab some burnt sienna and just add Elizabeth of orange to the Prince Una and then you're going to add so thin and wispy lines on top off the petals that just tried to zoom it in. So we're going to hold a brush like this, a thin lines. So if you do this, you've kind of lost some of the details in this flower because the they just blended in with each other so you can see the definition off some petals. So this is one way to do it. To separate the petals. You just need to paint some lines. They will look really expressive. Try to make the lines also curvy everything in paint lines. Hey, make sure that it's not just one straight line. So you have a line. That's, um some parts are thick. Some parts are saying So you want to do that just to make it more interesting and actually just play some random nice and that will be OK. So now if you have any to add a little bit off red to a mixture. So if you also notice I'm holding my brush right here just to keep it a bit lose and mother insulin brush and try to fade this stroke because it looks a little harsh on the camera. So it's just tried to tone it down and then a bit. Okay, I think that looks a lot better. You can add a bit more. It looked like the folds off Peto. And then let's just try to add more details. We're gonna grab some orange. Just put somethin lights, rates here. This this optional. You can skip this part, but sometimes I like I think Morley does dissent there because it just, um, eats an entirely different look. Can pretty happy with this. So for the center, just to make it look like a bit more three D, um, and didn't grab my brush. This has water. Just gonna put a tiny bit of puddle in the center. So my plan is just erase. Lift the paint in the center and you're gonna use a tissue paper so that this is a used tissue paper from blooding. All the excess. Pete. So uniform it like this, but they guessing it also used cotton buds, if you would like. I'm just getting up there and then just trying to rub it in. And you can see this being color it here. We have lifted some off the pain. Okay, so did you know this is the friends? It it now looks a bit more three D compared to our painting a while ago. So that's just a tip, and we are done. 14. Class Project: Bird of Paradise: in this video, you're going to learn how to paint the bird of paradise, and you're going to use the two tone brush stroke. So to start this project, we need the Fabbiano artist iCal. So that's what I'm using for this project. I just have my pencil here, and I'm just going to sketch the shape off the birth of paradise. So it has a large be right here and at the top off this beat, Where's a pound? And this is really fun to paint and just need to show you one off my sketches here. It's really many pretty. This is what we're going to paint. Um, it's just that the shape off this paper is square, but differently can get a different size, both paper with start painting, I'm gonna grab a turquoise color. You can use a different color if you want. So do a two tone, um, breast role. So we have here my turquoise and gonna grab so purple, which will be my second color. Let's just get a tiny bit on. Then let's paint the beat first. So you're gonna do just one stroke, okay? And then I'm gonna fix this area So that's just tried Teoh, extend this stroke. Just gonna add one more stroke just to make it fatter. Okay, I'm pretty happy with the shape. Let me just zoom it in. And then at the top, I'm gonna add a pink color just to close. That guy is gonna rinse my brush, and I will try to mix these colors with that. They will blend well, and then that's add this talk. So I'm just going to connect it to the beak. And you want to add this talk while the beach It's wet so that they will seamlessly blend over here. So let's extend this. You can use a round brush for the stem if that will be easier for you, and then I will add a little bit off. Um, pain. To be just right here is to give ad shadow to the store. So now it's time to add the crown. Let's get some yellow and God red for your tip. Let's start great here. Okay, then can also paint down warrants. Once my brush and it's add some more strokes. She add about five six pretzels key. And then I think I would like to add a blue green color just to gives him contrast through these orange battles. That and painting addict over here, peace and making despite with pointy. And then that's ad, this very thin stroke over here. I am using a purple color. Okay, so just have fun. Add, you know, different colors. You want just experiment, and then this feels a little lacking. So we're gonna add one more Over here, it's just a yellow stroke. Here is a small one. Okay, so we're done with the first flower gonna do the 2nd 1 It's quite tricky because it's facing the other room. Glad I'm gonna grab turquoise again. And for the tip, I'm gonna add a bit off purple, then the start painting. So the longer side off the brush is facing me in a pressing and then just grab, get Okay, so this one lacks color. So just gonna dip my brush again in the purple pain. It's paint on top off this joke. Okay. When the rooms my brush and they want to add purple s well on top, just change the color of fit. So we're not gonna be strict here. We're just in the ad but you feel like adding at the moment they feel like adding some purple Kane. And it's add this talk. Just grab your green paint and then it's just connected. You can drop down this stock kiss had some more green okay and can actually add a bit off porridge. Great here. You used to make it a bit more colorful, so let's paint the crown and zoom in again. Okay, so let's just grab my yellow, get a fill in the brush with a lot of your pain, and then it's Grab this rid, so I feel like I want to start from the top. So that's third from the top and paint long words que I'm gonna go back because the shape doesn't look right. You're just going to fix it. Okay, now it has a different effect. We have yellow in the center, and then there's like an outline off orange. And then that's ad so more of the yellow. It's at another stroke here. And then, if you like adding, um, color, let's try to grab some blue paint. It's put it right here. So it has a very pretty contrast. I want more on the way over here. And then there's also this thin strope with Grab my purple at another stroke over there King and I'm gonna grab a red orange color. You're almost done taken. You can always go back and fix the shape. It doesn't really have to be you just one stroke and one technique that, like adding IHS just to add some tiny lines So it grabs more age, just like adding these lines just to give it more texture. But it doesn't really look like this in the actual photo off the bird of paradise, just like adding some extra details. And it's just always nice toe interpret Thanks with our own artistic interpretation. So we all see thinks you know differently. So this is actually optional pay for the one I exist. An ex definitely. Fine. Okay, so we are almost done. I'm just gonna grab some purple and just wanted to intensify this part. So I just painted some purple caller and I'm gonna race. My brush will make sure that it's clean and I'm gonna feed this side. So I will just touch the tip of the brush on the edge off this group and just that it lead . I will try to soften this part. Okay, that technique is called fading. Okay, so we are done. And I just love painting this power because it just looks so pretty. And you can you can add different colors if you wanted, so Yeah. Congratulations. We're painting this. I hope you had fun. 15. Class Project Trio Flower Part 1: Now that we have learned how the pains and go flowers, Let's now move on to our class project. Okay, so now it's trying to pick up, okay? And I'm just going to quickly show you are painting. This is our reference for today. And if you're wondering what this paper is, this is the type of journal. So I painted a book carried here, and this is simple me sour. Okay, if you're just starting out, I would suggest be being just three hours first for the composition. And it's also very easy to paid on a square shape off paper. And what you need to do is just to put the flowers in a triangle shape so we can start with that shape and then later on, when you're painting a bit more often, what you can do is you can move the flowers of for example, you have two flowers here, and then this flower can move it great here and just observe what it will look like. So that's what they did. When I was first starting out, I would paint something more straightforward like this. Just three flowers. And then after some time, I'm going to change the placement of the flowers just to see what it will look like. Because that's how we will learn about the composition. You really have to try. Have to experiment. Okay, so I'm going to start first with the main flowers and then you're going to add the leaves and also the fenders. Just fill in the square shape so forth this exercise and going to use Fabbiano paper. And I'm also going to use my art philosophy pains so you can use any color that you like. You can up for just two colors for the flowers, just so it's easier for you are. Sometimes it's even easier if you just use one color for older flowers and with the brush some using the silver silver 88 from silver brush. So let's start painting this mix up my paint color so as you can t love using pink color for only florals. Gonna add a little bit off powerful just to get the D for shade. So I want again. They want the center to be really pigmented. Okay, think I'm happy with this color, then gonna paint the main flowers so one of our be right here. Another one. Right. Tier one. We're over here. So start with this flower. And you can also use pencil just to draw some circles. Eight year so that it's just easier for you to navigate within your painting. Okay, so let's try to start painting. I'm gonna put a dog right there. You can also do with that. So let's paint a side view. Rose So amusing my dagger brush and paint a C stroke. Okay, so we don't have to be really strict about the number of strokes. This is just a guide for you. So now I have, um, three see shapes here. So I'm gonna rinse my brush because I want to dilute this portion and ever I'm painting. Just try to observe how I hold my brush and also observed the angle off the bigger brush. So I'm now going to add more strokes over here. Just close this off. Rinse my brush again. Okay, So this longer side is going the other way. The forger side is facing me. So I'm just using whatever is left in my brush. So the pain as you can see the paint right here is quite fate. compared to the pain in the middle because I have introduced water to my brush. So his watercolor, who could eat a lighter color? Just add what they're to your paint. You don't need to add white. Okay? I want this to be pretty lose. So I'm adding a lot of fourth er. And since I am using, um, Colton paper, it's okay to add a lot the father, because it can really handle a lot off water compared to student grade paper. This So what you can also do right here is to add a bit off yellow to me mixture just to give it the pop of color. Just gonna mix it with my pink so I can think of it as dancing with your brush. Just let your move like this and just eat those quick strokes. It will create a very expressive floral. And so I want to add darker p over here. Do give it the shadow. You can also add some petals right here. Okay. So to make it more expressive, usually some wispy strokes. And we do that by using the tip of the brush and just moving the fifth very quick. It's like you're just flicking. They're brush when you create really wonderful strokes. So I'm done with the first flower. Let's received with flour over here. I think I may need to till the paper. Okay, so I've tilted the paper and just gonna pain the center again so we can actually create more strokes. So, a while ago, you just made it three. You can actually add more told, actually, nor rule. There's just a guide for you. That's why I told you the three strokes, but you can actually add more. Okay, so now let's try to make this petal bigger. And then it's add some strokes over here until I can just do with this motion for the strokes on top. Just go back and forth them ignorance, my brush. So I feel like we need to make this, um, flower bigger. So let's paint some see strokes like this in case I'm gonna grab more pain. You were almost done. It's just add the more pigmented center. Okay, so we are done. That's proceed to this flower for this flower many's and blue color, and you're gonna do a top for you. Okay, so this may send their with a rinse my brush to get the lighter color. Just create some cease drugs Case and cracked is amended so that you can see it better. Okay, just gonna rinse my brush again because I want a looser, um, out there, Peto and later on me, just great God. Extra petals as a second layer, you add more details. So don't worry apart messing up the first layer for this because we can definitely cover it up. All right, so I think I'm okay with size. Now let's move on to painting the leaves and the pillars. 16. Class Project Trio Flower Part 2: So for the green color, you can actually use sap green. What? For this one? I'm gonna add a bit more off the brown because I want an earthy green color soon. It's what the leaves in between the flowers. So you wanted to be relieved, lose and expressive. They tried to turn your brush in different angles. You can create very interesting strokes and also paid on top off some off the petals off the flower. So we can also add a bit of a few to our green leaves. And I need to add some filler flowers over there. So that's grab some paint beat and it's paints. Um, three battle fillers tried here s she. Okay, So you can also irritate this paper so that it's easier to peace, and it's addis them. And I like doing this when the flower still wet. So you want to understand because we want them to bleed into each other and it would look more seamless. So another tip when you're painting bull case and you don't know what else to add, Um, what you can do is just to add the's, um, thin lines. They would look like stems sticking out. And that's one way to fill in a small gap off white space. Okay, so right here with the bamboo feelers gets to violence it out case. And that's added right here. Then the ads and green again can adds a lease right here. Okay. And then it's add some more leaves over here. There's a top. Now, this is really a lot of funny can add different color stehr green sometimes even add so prayerful like this you'll be able to create really interesting strokes. Interesting colors. Okay, so I can add one. We're here. Okay, then you can add some small leaves over here. Just smooth my paper. You're actually almost done. Let's just wait for this. Ah, blue flower to die, and then you can add the second layer. Just add some details. So right now I'm just filling in more gaps in this little key. Don't be afraid to add different colors. Your leaves can even be I'm red or purple if you wanted. Okay. It's just add some more factor here so we can add some thin lines. He makes a lot off difference. You had those night. You can add that detail It looks like a Bob. Don't be afraid to try out different shapes. Okay, so I think that we're almost done with the leaves Spark. And now let's try to add some more detail for this. Okay? So, four, this flower, that me just zoom it in. You can see it better. Okay, So when I have makes a more pigment, that blue collar and then you're going to paint on top off this center, you can see it has that corn dressed now. So I am going to pain, um, with the sea strokes. And just to show you guys the shorter side, this facing me, the longer side iss facing the paper. Okay. So, as you can see, it looks like this area has cleared up and you can see the strokes anymore. So I'm just going to paid this long see stroke just to create the illusion that there's another petal. Okay, so I'm gonna race. My brush is gonna feed out this part key, so it's not us harsh. Okay, Anything you can add a bit more here. Casey just grants man brush again. Just going to soften some just right here, okay? And really happy with this, but I think we can add more detail for this flower. That's add in a more pigment that pink and add a bit of purple just to get a deep color. Okay, so these are just finishing the chest. That will create just a really big difference to your painting if you add the's extra strokes. Okay. So I'm just painting some thin lines because some off the areas have blurred out when you were painting Hello, Alico and just wanted this to pop up again. So this is what we need to do to add some extra strokes. Straightened you out again. Okay. So you can see it looks a lot better compared to our painting a while ago. Just thes extra tiny details, including makes a big difference. I rinse my brush again. I'm just going to fix this area. It's gonna blur out this stroke that they need, because it's a little harsh. Okay, we're gon Congratulations, guys. This issue your first bookie and now we can try out the other bull case 17. Class Project Complementary Color Part 1: So in this project we're going to pay in this book A and one tip. When you're creating your book A and you don't know which cars to use, you can use complementary colors so we can grab a color wheel and Jews the colors that are , um, across each other. And this is an example. This is yellow, and why live? So that's why when you look at this painting, it just looks good and it looks pleasing. So let's try to paint this. He's before the paper. Amusing. Far beyond logistical. This is a nine by nine inches and amusingly dagger brush, and they have here some yellow mixture. You going to do it? A two tone stroke. So I'm gonna grab some yellow and add some red at the tip. So I have just put some thoughts right here just to mark where the flowers will be so we can use a pencil, or you can actually just draw circles so that it's easier to see where the flower should be . All right now, I just put some butts, so let's try to paint some. Dahlia's just gonna pay a small dahlia for this painting, okay, it's gonna rinse my brush and grab some more off the yellow so everything you run out off pain you can just makes your you can clean your brush, just rinse off the pain, then just scrap some fresh pain like this. I'm grabbing some yellow and adding some red at the tip, so I just turned my paper. Okay, so right now I just want to add more yellow. He said, with some strokes and just overlapping, let's grab some more yellow. So I'm not gonna put a lot of petals here because there's really be a big roast over here, so we might cover some off the pedals right there. This just add some more battles over here, okay? And let's proceed to the next flower. So for the next lower bunnies, a yellow green color. So the credits here, this will be dissenter Samir, if in the paint a rules in case I'm gonna stop right there because I want to paint some grape at else, which will look like they're white flowers. So I have here paints agree. So you can actually just tell you Payne's gray to create a really, really light color you can add some see strokes like this just go around the center. And another tip is to add a little bit of Brown's. We can get a more neutral closer. It's like, makes too much brown right here. That's I've been a bit more blue Can't quite happy with this color. So now I'm just gonna paint more strokes. It's just add some color and also leaving some whites basis just so that when you look at the flower, you know that they're separate petals. He just paint some see strokes. Hey, I'm OK with the she you can add just a tiny bit of green do some off the petals rights here that the better off blew us. Well, okay then for the centre. I'm gonna grab my pain. Scree. I was gonna drop it in the center so that we just add a bit of brown because it became to new and color so that we just tried to neutralized that color bad. A bit of brown. It's just spread some off the color from the center and we can flick our brush. Okay, so now really this and can go back to it later and can proceed to the next flower. So for the flowers here, I'm gonna be using creation. That's the shed off this beautiful blue violet color. It's from the essence set off art philosophy. So let me just paint some four petaled flowers. So, as you can see, that is very okay. I'm gonna put my brush in the water. That's do you tip. Okay. And this looks very pretty when he makes the value off the colors here. So some off the flowers will be really bold and very pigmented like this, and sometimes hours will have that very faint color mix it up, and with some flowers, I'm not really going to pay for petals for some I'm just gonna paint two or even just three . Then we're gonna add some stamps need they're just to keep it all together. So since these are just filler flowers, you're free to have fun and just paint some random strokes and you can also add, um, some due to this pain, let's just try to add some blue, just change the color and just make it look more interesting. Okay, so at this point, I'm just gonna add some green stamps. Can you sap green for this, um, project. So it's good. Nick them all together and put those green stems in the white gaps. It's also nice that the petals that he painted are still Web. So once I touch the green into the pedal, they will just blend. Have a look pretty nice and ready. Seen this. Okay, so in some area, she can actually put some leaves. Let's try to add some leaves right here. Okay. So I think we're done. Let's proceed to the next flower. 18. Class Project Complementary Color Part 2: So let's paint. Ah, flower. That's the hidden at the back. So I just need about two Bethel's one over here and another one over here. Okay, Now let's add the center. I'm going to grab paying scree or any dark blue color will do. Just paint something like over here. Okay? We re done with that. Now, let's add some more fillers. So I'm gonna add some fingers like this that just show you. So we're gonna add this, Um, So there's space, right? Tears. That's just add somethin. Strokes until we could eight a ball. So what? This is I'm just one ball, and then you can add, uh, another over here, So I'm just gonna put some stand just so I know. Great will. Cool. So just have some fun painting this. It's very, very easy. It feels as if you're just slicing something. Did you eat? That's thin Strew. Okay, so after doing this, he we're going to let it dry, and we'll go back to this to add more depth. So you're gonna add another layer. But in this area, we can add another filler to so that's at tier. So there are no rules hand comes to the direction off stroke. That's not a thin length. And we're good. Okay, so that's a way we can add one more over here. Okay. So let me just try to zoom in Now. We have some fingers. It's cool. Back later, I'm gonna add some leaves just to close in some gaps so you can add some names right here for the leaves. Can you sappy? Just add some blues to it, or add some browns. So in this area, we can add some, um, Violet. Um Fender. So this just had some a stroke? I will. Just through this paper. Okay, let's put the standard rate here. Okay, Mother feather here. Way. Get ad. Yes, you can add some pink just to make it more interesting. And because I needed a pink, you can also add a different color dead you prefer. So I am just dabbing my brush to create those pointy strokes. Okay, so we're trying to keep it greedy, lose. So that's just stab and just don't give free to add colors. It's add some blue in Just let it mixed to the paint so that we can create a violet color And then that's add stem. Okay, so if you want your being to be ready, use just at the but the end off the handle. So that is just easier to paint. So does this car, and you drive, and that's add a darker shade of green. Then it's add more thin lines. And now there's more to our fit. So it's a very easy that meat, but it makes a big difference. Okay, now, on to the last. Been there. Okay, so now let's add some more greens more these, um So I think I can add a bit more here. And you also add some stem sticking out. It will make this look more expressive. So you were leaves over here. Let's just add some water just to spread this leave. All right. Now, um, you're just going to shape this white flour. Okay, So did you notice that when they painted this stroke, it looked like you had a just for the white flour? So now it looks a lot prettier, and then you're just going to extend that? It's add some thieves. Okay. For some leaves, we can overlap it. So So I have to leaves here. Just paint on top of it. Just add more volume. So here we need to add something so we can add blue filler here. Looks like a bud. So Okay, I think it looks there. No. And then you can add a few more stem sticking off. Had some leave, can add some slender leads right here. He was done, Andi. Then let's go back to this. I have here my gray mixture. That's paint on top off this. I'm just painting some See strokes. I am painting it around the center, so you can see now that they've added the second layer, the flower has more death. So this one just takes some practice to do. I usually try to just after Nate. This strokes. We can start with that. We can paint one here, another one here and one more over here. Just after need this strokes and then look at the painting from afar just to see it. The strokes are enough. Or if you need to add some more que So for this part, we need to make it more intense, so I'm gonna mix up some pain screen. I just wanted to be really darker here is my brush. Pretty happy with the color. Now I'm just going to spread the edges so that it doesn't look so harsh. Okay, so I think me are done. Congratulations. This is another great project for you. It's a bit more complicated, but it's definitely doable with a lot of practice. 19. Final Thoughts: This is the end off the class. Thank you so much for watching with the skills that you have learned today, I hope that this give you confidence to start painting with a dagger brush. So we have three projects in this class and you can choose the pain just one for the day and then another one next week. Just pace yourself and remember to always have fun while tainting. I hope this year paydays in the class project section off this class. And if you're going to upload it on instagram blue Eustis hash. Excellent. I can see your beautiful paintings and also please follow me on steel shares. Or that every time I upload a new class, you will be of faded. So that's it. See you again and happy painting.