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Loose Watercolor Hibiscus Flowers

teacher avatar Manushree Mishra, Watercolour Artist

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Lessons in This Class

12 Lessons (1h 11m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:25
    • 2. Hibiscus Supplies

      3:04
    • 3. Preparing Colour Palette

      8:44
    • 4. Applying Masking Fluid

      3:01
    • 5. Painting Hibiscus Flowers Part I

      9:19
    • 6. Painting Hibiscus Flowers Part II

      6:20
    • 7. Painting Flower Buds

      2:09
    • 8. Adding Detials

      9:24
    • 9. Final Project I

      9:58
    • 10. Final Project II

      8:09
    • 11. Final Project III

      9:01
    • 12. Final Thoughts

      0:50
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About This Class

am so happy to have you here, to explore the joyous loose hibiscus flowers!

here’s what we are learning in this class :
In the first section of this class, we'll be discussing all the supplies and then we will be leaning in to mix and create our color palette, we will also be looking into how to achieve optimal paint to water mix for our washes of color  

In the next section, we will be painting our loose hibiscus flowers,  We will be learning about the concepts of lighter and darker values and how to leverage that to create controlled bleeds and blooms also know as wet on wet watercolor technique. 


Next up we will be exploring different options to add details to our flowers through wet on dry watercolor technique.

Lastly, we will be combining all our learnings together to create our final hibiscus branch, we will also be briefly looking into how to create a sense of balance and movement in our composition. The branch will feature different stages of hibiscus flower from bud to full bloom.

This class is designed to be enjoyed by artists at all levels and is in real-time so that we can join along in every step together and complete all the flowers. So what are you waiting for? Grab some watercolor and a beverage of your choice and let us paint loose watercolor hibiscus flowers :)

Please note,If you have any questions at all, you can always leave a message for me here or on Instagram @thewhimsicalcreative and I’ll be happy to answer them.

I welcome your questions, comments, and feedback.

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Manushree Mishra

Watercolour Artist

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Hello, hello!

I am so happy that you’re here!
I am Manushree a watercolour artist from India. I create florals that bring in a sense of calm, peace and positivity. I adore vintage colours and that's what you’ll find plays a huge role in my florals. I am a cat mum to a darling tuxedo cat named Felix :)

I was always the kid who would be tucked away in a corner of their home with painting supplies and a huge creativity book, whereas that kid in me never really grew up my love for art just kept compounding over the years and even though as I was pulled towards the corporate world in lieu of adulting, the art crept in and continues to blossom every day.

I feel am a student of life, I love learning new things (have learned so much... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hello my lovely friends. I'm so happy to have you here. This is monastery, the artist behind the whimsical created. And I'm back with my fifths Fisher class. In this class, we will be learning to paint, to lose her viscous flowers. These gorgeous blooms occur in different colors, right, from white to pings to beautiful bright reds. And they are a symbol of love and affection between family and friends. So in this class, I'll be taking you on a journey of capturing these beautiful beauties in our sketch books. We will start this class by understanding and preparing our color palette. We will actually learn how to prepare reds and Swatch them so that we get the most white print mixes on paper. And then we will start painting are viscous class we'd like these, sketch them and we're going to be painting e-business flaws in all these different variations will also be building some couple of bytes. And then finally, we will be adding details to them. And once we're done with that, we will combine all of this and create that final project, which is going to be a branch of the viscous flaws which features it's five stages right from its beginning. Let this the bud stage and how it opens up into a full blue. So I hope you join me and grab some watercolor supplies and let's get started with the glass. 2. Hibiscus Supplies: Before we begin, let's have a quick look at all the supplies that we will be using today. Falstaff, we have our brushes, IB using these rounds, rushes from Princeton from there headed did sees. I have two number sixes, one number eight and then one number four, you can use any Don pressures that you have. Just make sure that you use a couple of different sizes will also be using a pencil to lightly sketch. I'm using dispenser from stabler, it simply h grid. Next we have our watercolors, so we'll be using two different shades of threads. I am using these two from Winsor Newton professional watercolors. These are vintage, a deep and elicited. You can use any rates that you have. They're gonna work absolutely fine. For our greens, We have three colors. That is, the first one is again from Winsor Newton, professional water balance. This is bowman himself clean. Then behalf undersea Green from Daniel Smith. And then lastly, we have a super used and worn out two from San Antonio. This is greenish, amber. It's also one of my most favorite genes. Again, feel free to use whatever green sheets that you have. You don't need to have these exact same sheets. But I yellow, we will be using yellow ochre again from Daniel Smith. You can use any yellow over 2.5 and loss using a step beyond that slip deep Doc Brown. This is from again, Winsor Newton from their Kaufman CDs. You can skip this if you don't want to mute your colors in case you like when discovers thing, you might consider using this manuscript. And put up against the last thing that we have is again an optional Paint, which is a white goulash. You can do this, skip it. This is going to help us create highlights towards the end of a BMD, but something which can be easily skipped if that's not something you have. Next up we have R must include this one is from VB0, it's chewing gum. And then I also have this applicator which and you can see that it has a nice rebooted in case you don't have this, you can always use enforced brush so that it wouldn't be ruined by Muslim food. Because anyway, it's an old brush and probably you don't use it. Next thing is the paper for people will be using are dissensions, watercolour, artists paper in 300 GSM, Hundred percent carbon. It also has a very nice fine grain to it. You can use, again, any people that you want, just make sure that it's at least 300 GSM for mixing up colors will be using the sediment bleach. You can use a methodology or a plastic pallid, anything works fine, whatever you're most comfortable with. Then we'll also warned fresh charge of team water. And finally, we would want to have some paper towel. I personally try to use this reusable sponge instead of this. And you can even use a plot, so that's it for our supplies. Now let's get started with our class. 3. Preparing Colour Palette: Let's have a quick look at color palette. So you can see I have all the galleries here, my Windsor in June, fifth, deep Alizarin crimson, greenish amber from Daniel Smith, undersea Green, and this is Winsor Newton woman and sap green. I also have a little bit of o and set gear here. So what we will be concentrating right now is how do you get the perfect saturation of the color and how do mix them? And also how to look at the correct consistency with watercolors. Important to get the right consistency. Because if it's, say, if you have too much water and you mix, then you may not get the right tree zones. And if you have too much paint in your mix, then it will be extremely difficult to move the bank fund people aren't even on valid. So I share what exactly the ones right now what I'm doing is I'm pulling a little bit of Permanent Alizarin crimson and windsor deep into this pool of color. Now, this is a really nice consistency. Basically, you are trying to achieve this smooth flowing consistency which resembles C, a thin honey, okay? This is how Honey would be. That's the sort of consistency V10 aspired to kit. Now, I'll go ahead and make a little bit of CPR to our mix of grids. Just because I want to move them a little bit. And this is my consistency. Let's go ahead and swatch it. So one more thing that you would want to consider with the red beans or red colors. And then a doris color shifters. What it means is write nonlinear switching. Make note of TBI agency of the scanner. And just, we'll be looking at it once it's dry and you will see that there is a significant amount of ship. So whenever you are mixing rates or using reading, you're painting a little bit of trial and error to come to your right consistency or the mix so as you can get wiped, rent enrich column, lay off on the people. Okay. So because I have actually experimented with this quite a bit, so I know that I need more pigment. So what I'm doing is I'm adding more Alizarin crimson and more than seven deed. And also be going ahead. And I add this step beyond. So right now the consistency is a little to take then what it was. Initially. We just stored the fine. You have to make sure that the being distant moving fine on palette. Now let's go ahead and watch this one. You can absorb as this women's drying, it has shifted a lot in domes of particles appear and how it looks now. Now let's observe what happens with this. Again. Wholesome team before Swatch IV rate for this one to try. What I will do is we can go ahead and make sat, Britain's suffer are green. I will be using this gorgeous greenish amber on its own as well as Ivan and mix it with a little bit off woman ends up cream and ICP on its own. This is how the golden loops. Beautiful new degree. And then I have my undersea cream, which is actually a warming green. So you can see that my greenish amber is concrete and this undersea Green is a wonky. So then you're picking genes from your father. But make sure to pick purple farm in couples who had he gives so much more variety to audience. So this is how these two look. Now I'm gonna go ahead and take 30 minutes, undersea green right here. And then also a little bit of greenish. I'm not gonna take tiny amounts of greenish amber. I don't want to do open the undersea. Agree. So this is what details let me just switch this on. And this is a mix of greenish, amber and it's a gorgeous commit. So these are the colors. And you can see once we adjusted the amount of pigment in our beginning to walk down the street here, the color has become much more vibrant, retaining its saturation even while it has completely turned around. So just experiment a bit and see what sort of makes gives you this beautiful orange color even after it has dried on the paper. So the last thing we'll also be using yellow ochre and be mixing the spit a little bit of white barked, but I'll be using it in leaves. Are they using it all by itself? And this is how it looks. Now just to see how our colors tie-in altogether, I'll be doing swatch here. Metal actually paint one strip of each column next to the other, that baby in see how beautifully the be able to blend. Before I do that, I just forgot that been also need Ananda mix of deaths which would be a more diluted mix off the same Carnap, ADB off, say skimmed milk constancy. Because we want to have different values. And values are extremely important in what the color. So when you increase the water content, you get lighter values and when you decrease the water content you get darker. Grab news with watercolor. So I'll be preparing one night their value. This is going to be extremely light. I'm going to sort to tear. You can see it's going to be extremely light. So this, and this would give me a lot of contrast. Now, i actually going ahead and painting all the colors together right here so that we can see how beautiful they work when they blend. The keys, allowing them to blend next to each other. So my four swatches of this trade. Next up, we have this mix of being under C and H and all also have this beautiful v-initial group, all of a sudden. And then because I also wanted to see how the rates would interact with dark means, I'm gonna introduce and here as well. And you can see that it's going to be pretty pilot because all of these colors go well together. With that. Let's move on to painting on glass. 4. Applying Masking Fluid: So before we begin painting are Hephaestus class, we will be taking this masking fluid and my must include applicator. You can use an old plush instead. What you can do is just make sure to dip it into a little bit of dish soap so that the bristles are not joined by Muslim fluid because Muslim fluid is notoriously known for ruining the buses. Okay. So we'll go ahead and we'll be applying our masking fluid to this best of each flower, which is the central beautiful Beston, which gives them a viscous flaws they look. Okay. So I go ahead and apply the mosque and fluid and we're going to apply it directly from the popular. So I'm gonna dip my applicator and then I will try to apply it as best as I can. You wanted to keep the consistency little tick. Don't want it to be maybe ten. And just like this. And you're not an audience that I have sketched out. These high viscous flows very lightly. That's an optional step. You can skip this as well. However, I would highly recommend you to do that simply because I feel that sketching gives so much of guidance, especially with can lose Florence. So it's something which would definitely help us know. This one right here. I'm trying to do it in one sweep. Okay? And then a number here, this moves pretty short. You can't keep active. And this, and we also have some and tours and stigma here. So I'm going to dock this beforehand when I so okay. And then we have the last one here. And that's it. We're done. So I left a smashing fluid dry before we move on to our next step, which is going ahead and unleashing our watercolors on these. 5. Painting Hibiscus Flowers Part I: Okay, so let's begin. I have dual pressures here, r1, I have actually loaded up with this light awash or watercolor. And then I have another one which I am loading up with this Dhaka wash right here. Plus making sure that it's flowing nicely. I think this is perfect. Now, I'll go ahead and first of all, with my lighter wash. Let's start defining the Pettus, Lucy. Okay. So one more thing that you have to keep into account as we would want to leave lots of white space in-between. That's again, a characteristic of loose flows, which makes it a lot more interesting if you leave writes pieces that serves as a highlight in the floor. So that's what I'm doing. Q and then going ahead, using my brush strokes, just demean Julie. Create these buttons. And sometimes the color will not flow so you can just match it gently. Like this, okay? For this one. And again, while everything's great and just adding this kilo, this.gov it, do it. And to spit him like so, I'll actually add darker red here, like this and a little bit here as well. And now for this spective, I feed that I'm having US waters manages dip in some walked up and do my lighter wash. Now for this petal, I will be creating into like so, making sure to leave some whitespace in between. And then again, using this darker color intensify the center. And since it's not flowing well, I'll go ahead and nudge it a bit. K. And finally we have our last veteran, which is this one. So I'm going in this and for this one, I'm actually going to add darker colour towards the edges as well, edges of the bedroom and the center. This that IT would again give it lot of depth. So we had done with this Hephaestus god, I'll remove door greens again. We want to introduce screens while everything is wet to get those blooms. So I'm taking another brush and dipping it in our mixture of Danish umber and undersea Green. And I'm going to introduce it here. And I'm dipping it in undersea Green alone. Just because I want some trauma and being coloured we already have a be treating stem was a very gentle stroke. Now for leaves, I also need little bit of some mixing this orca. Okay, and now for an eye leaves, I'm dipping my brush in the mixture of undersea green and greenish amber. And I'm going to add this yellow colour in between, like this. And that also go ahead to it, greenish, amber. And I'll be adding it as well towards the edges of this leaf. For next leave, I'll be going ahead with greenish and we'll see you can actually create a radiation of the colors that you use for leafs. For our last one. Ahead again with the mix of undersea green, Greenish unroll. I will be adding OCO and clinician will do it just to give it more interest. So this is done. Moving on to our next flavor. If I just take a second here, if you feel that holding so many pressures confuses you, I have a dip. You can always choose different sizes for different colors that they will have a better dying, remembering which one is which color, okay? Or what you can do is you can set aside the green one. Still we are working on the range bits of the fly and then break them up. I personally have practiced a lot, so I don't find any problem in holding too many brushes. I seem to remember which one has what color and wash. Okay, so let's go ahead with the next class. Since my lighter Bush was trying, I added some more, walked off. I'm also going to see how my Dhaka washes fading again, that is also drying up. So I'm going to introduce some more water to it. You may have to do this based on the conditions of failure from sometimes it mean dry a lot sooner and sometimes it won't dry as much. So data bins. I'm going to do it for this one I'm gonna give you. I'm going to actually create one buddy with this dark red color, which is this one. So actually you can lean diet almost with this collar. So still IT I'll go use the slider wash. Then for bringing a darker wash shoes. Then for my next bit, which is this one. Going ahead with the lighter wash. first giving you those troughs and then I will be introducing the dot-com gotten. Since it's not moving you. I'm going to go ahead with my lighter wash and give it a slight match so that it blends like this. Okay. Again, my lighter washes drying up so I am adding more water. They do. Okay. For this betting. It's a very big central, but you can see. And I'm also trying to enhance this f2 of every better wherever I am. Creating a brushstroke. And just being mindful of status bit. Again, I'm gonna do something to add more interest to our floor. Smooth again and do the same thing. Now quickly we go ahead with our green again to make some fantasy clean and English. I'm going to introduce it for things with giving the stem. Notice how I'm keeping this thin curved because it makes the flower look more natural. Rather than see if you were to have a straight stem. Now I add a little bit of, oh, go towards the center. And then I will go ahead with greenish, amber and little bit of status towards DHS. And for the sleeve. 6. Painting Hibiscus Flowers Part II: So from this one, I'm first actually gonna lightly with my brush, create an outline off the spitting. Just so that it guides me in SMS me. When I'm doing this. And do the same thing for this one. And I'll go ahead with another bedding. And then this time I'm just going to keep it super light and not going to introduce this dark red to it and just let it be. And for our next bit, which is test one, I'm going to actually just add her doctorate and very less of groups, many lists. Just like it. Come and go ahead and dock fed. You notice how I left a little bit of white spaces in between. Moving on to our leaves. Right now, it's still wet, so I try to create leaf and gets us lead. Like this. This red. Let's just add little bit of yellow to it. And this one I begin material and finish on to the n-side. Even for leaves. Just notice that I'm always giving leaves a slight curve. And they're not just trade across. So what I mean by that is if you notice this leaf, it's going a bit trite this code. So again, this sort of curves makes it look very natural and not very stiff. Quickly go ahead and use this read to create this model in mind. And these tiny leaves, this smaller leaves Lake, so came. And now I'll go ahead and create this place. This is just meant first for our next, but I'm using the lighter wash like this. And then again I'm gonna be using a darker wash for another video with just this number 18. So put this mass will be using to my SSH, leaving little bit of white in between. Again. Just so that it becomes, for the next 50 begins. And this one, I'm going to go, it might go like this. Okay? So this bit is also done. I'm very happy with dust stratum, this shed. 7. Painting Flower Buds: For the births, jogging, do it. Who cleans, forced so much for all you just wouldn't Buddha, People. Who do you think they taste then introduced to clean? Now, step three, we'll be adding details to these. 8. Adding Detials: Okay, so now that we're done with this, let's move on to the next step, which is I will actually be going ahead and it is being defined vents lines as well as you're moving this masking fluid that we had a blight. Alright, now that we're done with our fainting means Hephaestus Floss video. Go ahead and add the days. I went ahead and removed Muslim fluid with a little bit of elisa. Get started. So when we be adding these days, you have to take into account the areas where there is possibly a shadow or it could use some amount of definition. The stamens definitely will be made in bit darker color. So for adding RDDs, what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna make a darker value of the same vague mix that we were using before, okay? And just make sure that it's very, very dark. And you'll achieve that by using very less water and lots of pigment 2pi. So let's begin with this one. Bring in some dock here. Okay. And don't think too much, just add them. These Swift details strokes. I think I'm pretty much done here. So we're pretty much done with the details on our flow. Now we will go ahead and add details, do stems and leaves. So I have my brush loaded up with reasoning Schoenberg. And let's add some details to our leaves. You can choose to give them some readings and some outlines is fail if you feel like it. Okay. Corner here. Now how much detail to add is something which is very Posner. And you'll have to take a goal. Some people like lots of details. Some people prefer slight detail. So sociocultural, whatever feels most nice, enjoy food to you. Just create that. Okay. Now next thing we're gonna do is give these flowers to statements. And actually I'm gonna go with the lighter color. Because we had preserved this width white with masking fluid. We have the rights left and we can go in with a darker, lighter color and to show beautifully. That's what I'm gonna do. And try to leave some whitespace around. But it's okay if you don't have much rights-based underneath. That's also fine. And painting these in coli manner. You don't want them to be very straight, but you want them to cope ever so slightly more natural. And then we have a really short, stubby one here. We're gonna meet the center of the dark. Okay, now we'll wait for this to dry. And as it dries, I'll go ahead with the Dhaka governor and then start defining the steam. Just touching it too lightly near its edges and roughly docked the red centers. Okay. And add more color to it. Let's have a look at this one. I'm gonna make it darker in surely. Take this giving more definition. This darker color. Printing creates those four dots. Like so. Some organization or if it goes up. Awesome. And we're gonna leave it at that. Would this run, you're gonna do the same thing. Moving definition. So creating those four dots and love being a girl to care about it, and just creating roughly four dots. You don't want to have to be extremely accurate about it. For this one, I'm gonna make it darker as it goes down. And again does four dots. All right. And then we have this one. Again. Dock at the bottom, defining as Eyed Girl. And that's gonna default dots to it. And that's how we have our last r1, which is this one, and it's pretty short. So I'm gonna make it, it's Schroeder diverts the walking. And I'm going to leave it like that. Just gonna give up those four dots and done these white spots that B had marked with the masking fluid, that is really yellows would go. For others. I felt that either they were outside the flow or the background color was quite delight. So that wouldn't be problem. But here, if he hadn't piece of these whites than it would have been very hard for us to put down yellow dots. Okay, so next step, we will be actually using the read. So and then, so the next step, we will actually be using the yellows and giving our statements. Their peculiar yellow fat goods as read, some loading my brush with a yellow color. And now I would just adopt it. And you don't want to be precise. You just keep it loose, rough, right? Similarly here, I'm going to use some white spots because they're actually giving highlights. Being at Lowe's, leaving whitespaces in-between. That's our debt. We're pretty much done with our for viscous flows. Now we'll move on to our final project. 9. Final Project I: Alright, let's get started with our final class project. So for this, I have created a very simple composition of basically sketched it out in Benson. And in this, what I've tried to do is I have included five different flowers, are rather five different stages of Farhad discuss flooded. So the first one is almost front-facing open floor and the second is towards the site. Toward is slightly open. That is one of the bad news is still unfolding. And then we have another one which is this. It's almost it's going from its bud stage do it's blue state, it's right there. And then finally we have the bug. So I have provided the sketch a reference in the project resources section. So make sure to check that out and sketch it out on your watercolor people. You can use it as a guide or you can use it as Spock. Do your own creativity. And you can create something that you like. You should really creating a composition or a painting. A longer Goethe promotes movement and gives your eyes O gentle guidance on where do move. Starting from here to there, like that. That's why I've chosen the arc to place my flaws on. Alright, so let's go ahead. I have my red color right here. I'll be mixing couple of genes and legal beeping. Ding it just like how we have learned. It'll be a lot of fed on bits and make sure to have your brushes ready and loaded with eight. So let's get started. First thing that I'll do is I'll be revisiting my valid reweighting the colors. So I starting, I should actually start from the top forced. Because if I start shown here on, I might end up smudging these lower orbits of flats as we move up books. So I think it's beneficial if we start from the top, okay, so I have my green in this, my lighter value of reading this one, and then the darker value in this. Ok. So let's get started by first or v. Can I actually get started with the means for us to picture right there? Somewhat, I'll make quick swift shorts for these leaves. And when tried to reading the shades of green deselect, we have lot of FIT IT. Okay. Little bit of GAAP Lien do it mirrored Spain. And now this one system, simple leaf and tight. And then I didn't move around. My fake butter picked just so that I have more range of motion. So I'm pretty much done with mining gains on this end. And now I'm gonna go ahead and approach this bide. So I'll stand creating these. I need leaves, which are Meerut. And again, I need a little bit of Dhaka gun, smuggling the head and adding that. Adding, dropping some in these leaves us. And Violet's read and go ahead with my lighter wash of the scholar. And the bud. Leaving little bit of white space and letting you believed in looking. And why? Again, that is to let you go ahead with our doubt. Go by Neils the same color. And I'm going to slightly dropped begin like this. Mind retaining this white space right here. You can choose to Canada a small flip like that. I think I'm pretty happy to swell and join you do, and I feel it can use a little bit of greenness f2. So I'm gonna give it one more. He flipped out, maybe dilate this. Okay. This one is pretty much done. Now we'll be moving on to disk. And so for this, again, first weevil, we'll get these tiny leaves at the base. So and barely touching my brush and applying a little bit of pressure to create this. And we're gonna join their basis together like this. And then with my lighter red, I will start forming the petals. And this is fun. And then we have an underline. Make silk. Next up, we'll be working on the speech. Now this is a linear shape Q, cause it's almost folding over the flowering. And C, Let It Bleed onto the screen. And see these paint, this run, not competitors. And then for my battles behind, they're going to be under the darker. The first ingredient, the delight of Carnap. Leaving some white spaces. Or add, this better, hit ONE super dark color like this. And then I also add more to it. And my statement is going to calculate that. So that's fine. I can go ahead and shade the stem. So I'm going to be. 10. Final Project II: Now the moving onto this flaw. So the same thing. Take too deep or Gardner. And then we add it to this inter. Now so I'm gonna give stake smart flicks like this. And that will turn out to be tiny veins on these speckles. But make sure to create them when the button is slightly leave it and not do it if it's too where it's just simply going to blaming and you will not have that effect. Again, I wait for this to join him, idiom it. And then in the steady fix, family counseling, nuanced icky, right? And then when the go-ahead, Dhaka green, make, create this full modeling, just making sure to leave it to everything because This is going to be the center. Again, leaving a little bit of whitespaces in-between these Federals and waiting for it to dry almost. And I can go ahead and show you those tiny means. I can go ahead and just rushes. Actually. It's point or device. I could create even thinner ones that ten books and spit into S1. Make sure to leave some space. Very important. I'm just adding this doc on tablets. The center. Sometimes go ahead and create the study. Now why? Let's quickly, let's increase this beautiful leaf. Gonna add different shoes to it. Just to make it a bit more interesting. And towards the center and the stock O'Connell, like so. And then here has been I have system hue which goes like this. Since it's already dry. I can't do much. Let's okay. So it's not a problem. So I'm going to create the sleeve and then it has a Docker forward. For that, I'm gonna take adopted Green Lake some will define it more when we be adding details. So it's fine if it's non-active, clear. Ok, now finally, I have these leaves. So just, let's complete that. I'm using different shades of n values of green. Let's do keep it interesting. And leaving plenty of white space in between. All right, we're pretty much done here. And then I give it some smart clicks here and there. And we're pretty none. Alright, I feed happy with it. I'm going to let it dry and then we'll come back and add deviance. Do I leaves the stamens and couple of more details to the specters of the flop. All right, I'll see you in a bit. 11. Final Project III: Right now everything is pretty dry and we can go ahead and add deduce. So first, I will start with the details of the lead. For that, I'm actually going to be taking a very strong valued greenish amber. Let me use these leaves as is. And I add Docker gondola to this one. So I'm just going to add some small, tiny veins, do it. And you remember this fall that we spoke about, the domain, greater good falls. So i'm going to enhance it with this darker color and see how it comes on to more clearly, right out into the sea to it, this one. So this, we had a drug. So sometimes if you feel that the lines are due, strong criminology, soft Norma was a teen gosh. That's what I did here. Also make sure to add some begins to stemming satisfying. Some shadows here and there. And some Docker commands here. Little bit just to see how it just creating this gentleman Singh who's choke, actually need this betting quite obvious, right? The bees begins. So something similar. And here I feed, the greens are missing, they're lost and dripped, so reinforced them with a darker color. Next up, I have this DEM Hansen was just coming like this. And then finally mention leaves here. Again. Just going to add a little bit from things like some of these funds. Okay. And here to this one, this fan, right? So I think we're pretty much done. Now, if you want, you can actually add some details like this towards the edges also, shortly, OCl, whatever you feel like doing. And whatever you feel, you know, would add more value to what you've created. So it's just a vague listener. There you want to import. So we're done with three, and now we can go ahead and move on to our graves at as creating shadows and Sunday deals, footer are flown buttons. Okay. So for that again, I'm, what I'm gonna do is I'm going to take the same dread, but next little bit of green do it. And that will make it that when Bush that trend even more doors, a darker value. But again, make sure to add slowly and don't act too much of green advisedly over vendor ID and creator. Dark gray color. If you want to learn more about colors and how to mix complementaries, How to get neutrons, how to get vintage colors. Make sure to check out my solitary class. We cover all the color related aspects in great depth and detail in that glass. And everybody who has taken their glass only hold super good things about it. So really helpful, just check it out. If you are somebody who wants to enhance their knowledge of colors a bit and wanted to know and learn about canoes in a more intimate way. And hands-on ductus is really good because we have lot of exercises. The mystery. What I'm doing here is I'm just adding things to the papers. Sometimes I am reinforcing these small veins that we had created nine, not go ahead and add these details to every vector sum. I'll just let it be. Because again, do much detail is not something that I really like a lot. But feel free to do whatever you want feeds most, not sure. Do you feel like adding only deals by all means? Go ahead and add those two days. If you don't want to add any of these details, that's also fine. I feel very soft and nice. Fellow rupees. If No, you don't add all these due dates. So I'm just adding dynasty days favor are feeding that. If I add a little bit of detail, it's gonna enhance a so Dean aspect of this floor. That's where I am concentrating, adding these details. And lastly, the half these small continues. Just the teams mature soon within a few. Describing you the day afterwards theme. And she's a bit grows. You know. So I feel happy with these. Now I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go ahead and start creating the stainless for that again, I am taking the same drag makes to a little bit of green so that it's more doc. And let's try to create the stamens Family Wines fift stroke. So for this one, the stamen I had sketched out MEK going on to make this right. For this one, we had it right here. So that this one and it comes out straight from the center and go slight, you break this. And for this one, again, the same slight curve in coming out of the center and kick. Right? So we had done with it. Now, we wanna add days for tiny dots, but it has first. So one way to make it too perfect, just added and removed. Just show me. All right. So we're done with it. Now. Vab moving follow-up and they add Doors, dynamo ghettos, these mutually there in elongated cluster. So try and maintain that, but don't feel that you have to kind of stick to it. Instead. Just go ahead, spot some join some yep. That's what you want and that's about it. We are pretty much done with our final project of this Lucy viscous water kind of class. I can't wait to see all your period of Food Projects that you'd be creating from this. And yep, I'll see you in my next class. Thank you for joining me today. I hope you had fun, happy creating Buh-bye. 12. Final Thoughts: I hope you had fun exploring and painting these beautiful inhibits GUS class in loose vertical and style. I would love to see your work from this class. So whatever you create, maybe a simple flower, are of beautiful crimes that we created as part of our final project. Or even a high viscous read. Just make sure to upload them in our project Resources section, I'd love to have a look and give you feedback. Also, if you do share it on your social media, do DAG me at the whimsical creative on Instagram. I also have for more classes and skill share, which cover different beautiful flies and color mixing extensively. So if you are interested in that, make sure to check that out. And thank you so much for joining me today and I'll see you in my next class. Much love and happy creating.