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15 Lessons (2h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Materials Required

    • 3. Basic Techniques

    • 4. Yellow Sunset- Part 1- The Sky

    • 5. Yellow Sunset- Part 2- The Clouds

    • 6. Yellow Sunset- Part 3- Powerline

    • 7. Purple Sunset-Part 1- The Sky

    • 8. Purple Sunset-Part 2- Powerline

    • 9. Purple Sunset-Part 3-Shadows And Details

    • 10. Countryside Sunset-Part 1- The Sky

    • 11. Countryside Sunset-Part 2- The Powerlines

    • 12. Countryside Sunset-Part 3- Details

    • 13. Cityscape Sunset- Part 1- The Sky

    • 14. Cityscape Sunset- Part 2- Powerlines

    • 15. Final Thoughts

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About This Class

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are doing safe through these tough times amid the pandemic.

I am here to share with you all my new class on Powerline Sunset Painting with Gouache. I absolutely love painting with this medium and love sharing it with you all too. 


After such great response to my previous Gouache classes I thought of doing another Gouache Class for you all.

All the class projects are absolutely easy and I have explained every step as we paint along. I would recommend this class for all levels and its great fun to paint skies in different color combinations and different views.

I hope you all will enjoy painting all the class projects and get to learn and polish your Gouache Skills. This class helps a lot to learn the blending in Gouache.

Also if you do not have Gouache you can do the same with Poster colors. Cant wait for you all to have a look into this class and join me into this Fun Class.

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Umashree Taparia



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I am Umashree Taparia, a Self Thought Artist, Art Educator and a Creator from India. I am a Chartered Accountant by Profession and an Artist By Heart. I have always been creative since Childhood but it was majorly crafts, card making. With all the Study and busy work Schedule I never had time to practice or think Art. But in 2020, when the Lockdown hit, I started with pencil sketching and gradually began to learn about Watercolors. It was then, that art became my daily Practice. 

In this one year I explored different Mediums and my favorite happens to be Gouache and Watercolor. Through all the trial and error I have learnt so much in detail about all the art supplies that are available. I believe that if I can do it then anyone can lea... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hello everyone and welcome back to another Skillshare class. With me. I am a mushy and artist and an art educator. I put up my paintings on Instagram under the handle, creating from the heart. I immediately paint with gouache and watercolor, numerous. And today I am here with another class of quash painting. This time we will be painting skies with different power lines. Sewer main subject of focus will be building power lines in different ways with different backgrounds, guys, we will be doing for class projects together. We will first walk through all the materials that will be required for painting these class projects. And then we will see some basic techniques before moving to our final class projects. So see you in the next section where we discuss all the materials required for painting these four beautiful skies with different power lines and our focus. And then we will see some basic techniques and move to our final class projects. 2. Materials Required: So let's first have a look at the materials that will be requiring for this painting. We will be providing or pencil nanoscale to mock up our line sketches and few of the paintings. We will be requiring a set of quash cameras. And you do not have goulash colors. You can go ahead and use your posture Canvas. I will be using this set of wash bins from the Brand Live up allyl, this is the masterclass Bosch step of 16 sheets. You will be needing a masking tape to tape down your papers. I will be using this sketch book from the brand are huge people. This is actually an acrylic book, but since it is 260 GSM and it is perfect for Washington as it dries perfectly on this. So I will be using this acrylic book. I will be using some flat brushes and some round brushes and different sizes. Apart from this, will be requiring some fine liners. That is, I have black color fine liners from the brand might run. And they are of size 0.5.2. If you do not have these, you can use any fine black gel pen on black ball pen available. But you also, you can do that with the help of a very fine detail brush. Instead of using these pens, I will be using a white gel pen for adding some highlights. And alternatively, if you do not have a white gel pen, you can go ahead and use white gouache or white acrylic to give those highlights with a detailer brush. Then will be, and in some tissues for damping or brush dry for blending purposes, we will be requiring two jars of clean water. Okay? And the last thing that we would be needing palette to mix our colors with white and differentiates to create sheets for us. So that is it for the materials required for this class project. So go grabbing all the materials and see you in the next section, wherein we discussed all the techniques of the basic techniques before we begin painting a class projects together. 3. Basic Techniques: So before beginning with our final class project, Let's have a look at some basic techniques that will be helpful in doing a final class project. One of the thing is creating bushes, okay? So these bushes are not clear or say not exactly the tail ones. So all you have to do is pick up black color and keep dabbing your brush like this, okay? You can leave gaps between them. And this way we create a bush by just dabbing around. And then you can pick up a detailer brush, say size 0, size one, and pick up the same black beans. And to the top area gives some clear leaf-like structures to add detail look to these bushes. So that is how we'll be adding bushes in most of our paintings today. Okay, like this. And we add this detail. The second thing is about painting the coconut trees or the boundaries. So VB, all smallest stem, so 10. And by the time we reach down, we press the value of a brush and increase the size of the stem. And then we give these branches popping out. And then we'll paint leaves that this ripple out, these leaves like this. So in whichever direction, the branches, depending in that same direction, you need to pull out the leaves like this. Okay? So I'm not painting the remaining tree somewhere. We'll just be using one of the branches, this G like this, to add details and variations to our black silhouetted parts in our painting. So like randomly see this is the bush type before. And randomly you can just make one branch like this pop out and give this detail loop and another one. So this will give depth to European day. Now, the other thing is about painting clouds. So I'm just showing you clouds with the colors that are already on my palette. We will majorly be painting clouds with a population ratio. So to form this purplish gray shade, I have mixed in purple, black, and white to get this popup. Tuned, greenish, grayish here. This is not a normal ratio. It has a purple tone in it. So we will be dabbing your brush very gently like this so that the base colors don't get activator and will form cloud, cloud-like structures. So we'll be doubling our brush very gently like this and forming these cloud-like structures. Some very, very small just like this, and some will just fine lines like this. So these are the different kinds of clouds that we are going to be using. And somewhere to make these LIDAR unsmooth ago. Okay, what we're going to do is CVP into this. We use our smallest finger and debride quickly does the time it is wet, but remember I'm dabbing. It shouldn't go too much out of proportion that it's poison sky. So you need to adapt very gently only onto that part. This is the right width. So your I adapted in such a way that it was going onto the white part a lot. So again, like this and quickly with a very gentle and small place of the finger, try to dab it. So this is a technique that we'll be using to create clouds. And the other technique of creating clouds that we'll be using is by moving our brush in circular motions like this. Okay? So like this, I'm moving my brush in circular motions and forming these cloud-like structure. So say if I wanted to add another color to this also, so see I pick up yellow. And again, I will move this altar in circular motions to give the cloud-like effect. And then with the help of a damp brush or 30 percent wet brush will blend this like this into the background of the sky. So these are some of the basic structures for painting the other elements. As far as power lines are concerned. We even be using these thin line knows to you form these lines. Apart from that, the screws would either be this rectangle shape or it will be like this. So basically what I'm doing is it is this shape that will be completely filled in black. So this others crew like structures that stand over the power lines. So like these structures will be there in very small sizes. But currently I'm just drawing it big so that it Bs you. And someday we'll be having boxes drawn. So which again, you know, may have some connections like these, like this. So these are basic connections that we'll be using. Apart from that, see this is a power line. Will be having these external loads coming out, these extensions in different angles coming out and then connecting the second power line to this. Okay? So this is the second power line I connected to your eye, connected to your eye, connected to your iconic photo from your tuition and these woods somewhere becoming from your at the top. So depending on every bin think these power lines will be reading. So these are some of the basic elements or basic things which you can practice before moving to our final class projects. So that when we are painting a final class projects, you are well equipped with these things. Also, the skies that we'll be painting in all of our paintings. I will be explaining them in detail as we are painting so that you can paint along efficiently. So this is done for the technique section. So see you in the first class project. 4. Yellow Sunset- Part 1- The Sky: So let us begin with first mastering down on people, on all the four edges. After masking down, remember to run your fingers along all the edges so that there are no gaps left for the field to flow. Otherwise they'll clean. Edges may get supported. Now, Let's have a look at the condos that will be needing for this class project. We will be needing lemon yellow or any lighter shade of yellow. The second sheet that we'll be using is a shade of red. Or if you have already orange sheet, you can use that. Since I do not have a ready orange shade, I'll be mixing a little bit of red to my lemon yellow to get the oranges sheet. Then we will be needing black color to add oil, art or silhouettes and elements. And white quash to create different tones to the color of yellow and red. So these are the only four colors that we'll be needing for this being done. So let's begin with getting these colors. I have lemon yellow and some white brush. We will remove the black color on the end as we do not need it for a bank loan. Now, let's begin mixing our sheets and applying them to. Firstly, I'm picking up the lemon yellow without any white, didn't do it. And applying for a bank loan and then blend them all together. I'm randomly placing don't this yellow sheet. Now, I'll be mixing a little bit of white to this yellow to get a lighter shade of the same color. And I'm applying it to the edges of the yellow area played. Now, I am mixing dermatophyte to the red shade so that I get a light orange tone. If you have a 1 million sheet, you can directly use that with a little bit of fight. We will first be using it in a little dark consistency. And I'm applying it randomly, have the gaps that I have left door. I'm leaving some space between the light yellow and the orange so that it's easier to blend there and get a lighter tone again. So we'll be using right to blend. Now, I'm picking up a smaller flat brush and they get a little bit of white to this orange and creating a very light orange sheath and applying it cure at the borders. Do not worry about how this is looking at this moment. After the blending of all the sheets, this will look very pretty well that we have applied the VCE harmless. Let's pick up a damp brush and begin to blend. So I'm beginning my blending from humor. So if it does not have Blend tool, will you didn't either use a little bit of the white quash or the same follower as you are at. Now this say, if we wanted orange follow, you could use some orange color. If you wanted to, you know, you could pick up some yellow again. Now since I need a little bit of yellow, then I'm picking up again on my brush and blending from Yoda again. So if you can see absolute areas, I'm only using a damp brush to blend the canvas and XOR the areas where I feel I need the palate again, I am picking up that color on my brush. So your now I'm picking up white because I do not want you to turn to orangeish. So I've got white and now blending it, let the little orange Carmen to the yellow so that it automatically gives variation. Do you now I need some yellow on to these orange but also, so I'm randomly just giving some little strokes to make this easier on little lighter. So I'm picking up some yellow color again and I will reapply and blend them. I'll also use a little of the white wash so that it dawns more like since I read on my brush onto the orange Kano, I'm cleaning it again so that I do not have any orange color onto my brush. And I have picked up white and now blending this email. Now once this dries, we'll give some cloud effects and the Babylonians. 5. Yellow Sunset- Part 2- The Clouds: My Python has almost straight. I am picky, got some white color mixed with a little hint of yellow to form some clouds. So the idea is dark. I'll January only some clouds by just moving my brush in the circular motions like these two, these will automatically blend with the background also and give us a little lighter shade. You're picking up some row white in between and giving different variations. And the rush. I just blend it with the back home. So I'm begins up to the ceiling what inch that we apply it you're at the bank loan and picking up in our very little consistency, trying to blend it in the edges so that it does not look that the building is out of proportion anyway. And at the bottom here you are again, I'll just try to blend it with a dam version, the diagram. I have just picked up some weight and blending this Cloud. Finally, I will place a lighter cloud. And I can just blend the bottom of this cloud with the help of a damp brush. That's it. And we will place some clouds here. And that will be with Tableau white color. And we'll just use a little bit of yellow for the highlight. I'm using white Kano moving it in circular motions. So the orange color from the background getting activated, I'm, I'm getting that lighter shade clouds and the reflection of the orange color from the background. And some yellow. And now I'll blend it you randomly. I'll play some small clouds. I'm just dabbing it with the help of my fingers so that it sets up the bank loan. And now I'll add some clouds for the orange condo. So whether EDI is light off, I used a dark shade, perform some clouds. And seemingly with the help of my finger, I'm dabbing it around and just try to tighten this clone and little move. Hello again. So that does it for adding the two modes. Now we reach the district. So I have just taken out some black color onto the gap of the black color bottom. And I will use it directly from your if you're using it in a Duke phone, you can take it out on a pallet and then use it. So if you buy this bond for me, you can do some pencil for the power line so that you have a street, The old, so that you have a straight block radius reading, you need to drop your black or not. Remember to do all of this when your pH is completely dry. So my this area is completely dry. So I'm just marking one straight line and another straight line like this. So this is going to be my major barrel pool, either be having rather than 200. So I'm marking this road before. And I will be having a lot of films. But this road is not connected to this pool. It will be connected with the help of wires. Another node, which will again be connected with the help of wildness, may even be having the literal truth of a hat. So just the roof is visible and the rest will be filled with cheese. 6. Yellow Sunset- Part 3- Powerline: Now, after doing the markings, let us begin with placing a black color. So be careful to place it kinda line that you follow. If you are up on the tibia, you can use a flat brush to do so. Now, finding in the details to this black color. If you are not confident, you can even use a smaller size brush to fill in the smaller details. I will come to fill in these black room fewer. And then we'll switch to a smaller size detailer brush to give those thin lines to a power lines first. So you can either pick up a brush that has a pointed tip so that you can paint both the 10 and some little fat lines for our, our lines. So I'll be using my size 0 round brush because this will have a pointed tip. Well, so if for the very fine lines you aren't confident, then you can use a black pen. So I'll draw one line with the help of a pen, also ensure it to you. So now let's begin by adding these connections to the pool and the power lines. So I'm randomly adding some violet structures. No issues will correct this mistake of mine when we add the power lines own electric wires. Giving a connection. So presently for stem just focusing on to giving, giving the thicker lines. First focusing on giving the thicker lines. And then I'll work on to giving the very fine lines veteran other detailer brush. Now One line's not 25, not do 10. Some bellow Tophat, do the Powerball. And 19 from this box to your, again, one take line. So that's it. This line is going to be a lot diagonal. So I'm starting somewhere from about a heart and digging it diagonally till almost the top of the pole. So you see how diagonal this was, these were very less compared to this one. And I'll give it up and the chin from heel to use some pair. Now we'll be walking in with much fine lines than these. So Ido pickup or very fine detail brush, or you can pick up a black pen. So let me first show you with the help of a black Ben how these lines can be given. So I am picking up my micron pen, 0.5. This is waterproof pen. Or be gentle way using these because you know, since hello is there, sometimes the pens may stop working. You will have to login, run it on a blank paper and then use it. So you see, I'm getting these very thin lines with the help of this fine line Ma, and giving attachments. So you can paint in these small details with the help of this pen itself. You can even use a smaller size nib if you want. Now your sum where I live or w can actually like this. Just giving in those small details of some random boxes or some dog-like structures so that they look more natural. You all to this power pool and give up another double connection. Now, creating these small boxes to show those old from this powerful just giving some random, can it change like this with a dot or a square on the top of the edges. Your own, I'll give a square both. So if you notice these power lines and the power boxes, they are very random and they have some small boxes, some screws fit. So basically that is all what I'm trying to give to this painting. Now, you're at the top. I'll have three bios being connected. So I'll just mark these rough lines, falls 20. And now from this end to this end, our GI giving connections, these won't be Street or not too much diagonal. So these are roughly straight lines. So three of these, and if you see the wires are not straight. So I have given them that an actual look of being little crooked somewhere. Say some variable, you have an additional wire, some bios being round up your, another round up your. And now do this side, all these wires, our region. So just giving are joined to these bios to end them you randomly, I have just drawn some lines and that matches enough for adding the power lines. This correction, we'll do it with the help of adding a bolt out there. And randomly before ending this one thing we will do this Sunday or you're in the middle line will give some of these crew like structures that are there onto these power lines. So you can do all of this with the help of a fine detail brush or a detail append like this. So I prefer using or detail up and when it's too fine so that I don't mess up the beans. At random distance. I have please these. And now the final thing is about being doing those trees followed by drone. So again, with the help of black shade, I will first draw one little larger KM tools on there. So starting with the 1009 at the top and gradually increasing it by the time I reached the BSW. And now I'll pick up smaller brush and fill this in with a lot of branches. So as we had seen in the technique section for making these g's, you can go ahead and break these trees. I am making this one to you or if you want, you can add an additional tree because I'll be having small branches in the remaining area. Randomly just dropping some branches, some good tomato tree look more filler. So depending on the angle of my branch, I'm also pulling out the leaves. So this is facing towards the left tour. So I'm pulling the liaison to facing towards the left. Now on to the base. I'll randomly please some small grasses and just some branches of the tree. First, just doing some debate and creating a little class Grass Lake structures Your, we had seen all of this in the technique section. How to just create these dabbing gas-like structures. So creating a little bit. That's it. Now someday, I'll just do one branch and add these leaves you're again and add another branch bending towards this grass and the smaller branch. So that's it for this area. Now, I'll again go to my detail brush. That's us. It's brush. So I have picked up a size double 0 brush. And Mao, very fine tree-like structure that is just do an auto dock part of the T's visible. That's what I'm trying to lose or giving very small strokes. So this is very random, not do the deal. Can you see how random I'm creating it? Now? I'll just give one line connecting the list and some good your onDraw already small, fine tree again. Time doing it with the smallest size brush so that I get finally, can you see how fine the tree is? I'll just give one branch like this are overlapping and just drop in some very fine leaves like this. So you can add more trees and more leaves as you prefer. I prefer adding little details or withdrawal black tease apart. So that's why I'm adding only middle of them. Now with the help of white quash auto white gel pen, you can add a small moon count. So in-between these two power lines, I'm just adding a small moon, like it's just about to release. And to this area that I had mistakenly messed up, I'm just adding a board. So always remember if you mess up like this, any small mistake, strike of a finger, rather than, you know, thinking the entire painting is spoiled. So we are done with this project and no, let's remove the masking tape. Always remember to remove the masking tape at Delphi. And only when you are painting is completely dry or is it may get spoilt again. I hope you guys liked this class project. I will see you in the next class project with a different team being doing for the next 50. Boy. 7. Purple Sunset-Part 1- The Sky: Let's begin with time next class project. So we'll begin with first, again, masking down on paper or on hold for. Now, look at the shapes that we'll be using for this painting. For this, I will be using are very basal shade of yellow and add the dots will be using a pastry shade of purple or violet or no, whichever is available to you. These are the only two kalos and a little bit of black that will be needing for the sky. And without saying, we'll be needing the white quash to make the p style sheets. So let's begin creating a Shane's first. For this painting has been requiring just dint of yellow shade and more of the white base to look. I'm only doing this little bit of yellow and I will remove the violet shade now. Now I'll mix white to both of these sheets to form the piece to shade that I want. So mixing it forced with a yellow, a lot of freight. So that is a kind of piston shape that I want for my yellow. And now for the OpenShift, I am picking it up your and adding it to the right tool because I need a very light tone of OpenShift. So that's the lightest shade that I want. And I'll be needing some dark shape for the top, which I'll pick up from your directory. And apart from this, I'll be needing some white gouache to add in-between. So I'll remove some weight gosh again and keep ready to move on, go short and keep a trivial today. For this exercise, I am picking up my size 10 flat brush and first picking up this base still yellow shade. And be placing a tour at the bottom. I am taking it in a little diagonal button because I need my sky in a diagonal radiation. Can you see it's such a light beam shear that the timely visible. But that's the kind of shade that I need of the yellow tone. Now, I'll begin with picking up the light, be still shade of violet. I'm leaving some gap between the yellow and the Y that because I'll be using white there to blend. So can you see or how much gap I have left to adapt? Much gap is how much I wish to leave, because there it will be of very white kind of a blend between these two. And I'll pick up some dark sheep and applied. You're at the door. And now clean your brush completely so that there is no pigment left. And we'll pick up white quash and laid down your hand. Now I'll begin blending from the water that is from the yellow color to the OpenShift. So again, I'm cleaning my brush, damping that GI. Not completely dry, but it has like 30 percent water remaining. And I'll just begin to run my brush from the bottom to the top in one group. So with dilution, trying to blend the yellow and the white. So can you see the point where the yellow and white meat, I'm blending it multiple times. Sharp edges. Similarly, where the white and the purple means I'm blending it to that there are no sharp edges there. And I'm getting the poeple deliberately onto the white because this is a very light touch based in yellow light chain that we have. That is the kind of pasted fopen share that I want between bullpen blending. And now I'll run it till the dot so that the blending is done finished. In between. If you feel that you need a little bit of the color to blend, you can pick up the shade again. And then it, this, I'm done lending at the top. I need a little dark shade again. Just reading it up, end up being dead. And just to live, to loop this be I'm done being deemed by Gunther mice die. We'll just be adding some clouds now. So we'd have to lead for this binding onto GI source. And then we'll add the clouds and then our power pools. So until this is jain, we'll prepare the alert for our clouds. So to dislike bees to shade, I'll be adding the little black danger to this to get a populous show. Grayish purple shade. So this seems to don't do doc. So Aladdin, little bit of phi tilde again and a little dent of the purple shade again. So can you see this purplish gray color that is formed now? So this is the exact shade that we need to add the clouds. So I have mixed a little bit of the purple shade that you're using, a little bit of the white shade and a little bit of the black shapes. Remember to put in only a tenth of black. So you saw, then I added a little more black. It don't do it do greenish, which was not the exact piano. So this is the purple gray color that I need. And now at the bottom, I'll just add little clouds. So do not take up too much color. If there is too much color damping force and randomly dropping some clamps, ladies. And I'll keep a flat brush with a little damp flat brush to blend it at the bottom. But if you need, you can use white colored, all the B's color to blend them. So this time I'm using a little bit of white forced to blend these and then dumping my brush. And now with the help of my fingers, just dabbing it a bit to give it the natural notes. Similarly, I'll be adding a big chunk of cloud. So I'm just turning my brush in circular motions with a loose hand because I don't want to activate the base color too much. I want to give these clouds little dark and visible. So that beautiful cloud. And now I'll pick up white shade to give it little radiation. What do I do? So medias, I'm pulling it downwards. And if you notice, I'm just running my brush in circular motions and some hole at the top. And now I'm just adding some white beads forced. And then picking up this column and giving little effect. I'm dabbing this off. Now the last thing, we'll just keep adding some small skies. So if you notice my cloud eraser is only majorly this area. So I'm not adding it at the top of the sky. And to blend these, I'm putting up some weight applying at the bottom. And now I'm just using the stamp brush and we'll blend it. You're underwater. If you want to, you can still add some more dynamic loads or with much lighter shade. So I am just picking the SPD based on shape and dropping some clouds. These very tiny mini and just leaving them mentees. So that's it. We'll wait for this to dry and then add in our bushes. And the power line. 8. Purple Sunset-Part 2- Powerline: Now that the background has dried completely, we'll first do the pencil marking, make the last time. And this time our goal will be a little shorter than the previous one that we did. Hand. This will be some there or from the middle of tofu be increased the size to the Morton. Make this and we'll be painting or little hot. So just giving you this on to some pencil markings. Just not a 2D PL1. And we'll give it highlights with the help of three sheets. And we also download from pulled out so that it's easier for us to paint. I'm also marking down these additional polylines so that it's easier for us to paint with black directly. So you'll, they'll views through like structure, school-like structure. And this time we'll be having one additional golden. So I'm marking a very small point north. Okay. I'm ready TIN lines because this will be like yours. So this is our distance. So the one that is at the distance will be shorter to our view. And to the top of this. And let's mark. Now to this point here will have a small and a little big box here. Okay? And the structures on top of this box and wholesome school leg structures again. So that is the basic machi that we require. And just one more marketing humor that are required of a small books hanging from your and a small role extra to you and you. And the rest will be lines that will again do with the help of the fine liner. So let's begin picking up a black color. I'm just bringing in some water to this. And begin with a smaller brush so that you don't miss these lines. And if you're not confident, you can take a flat threshold to orders. You could foster mask double borders with the help of a Marco and then fill in black onto it. So take your time and do this very efficiently. So I'm just beginning to fill in black here. So all the markings that we have done will be filled up in black colored only. Then with the help of some gray tones, will be giving some highlights. Filling up the second plaque. And now onto this hot healer, I am mixing my black fellow with the piston poeple that is onto my palette to get a grayish purple shade again, but this time darker than this one. So a little bit more of black. And with this shade, I'll be painting my house humor. That's the hotlink structure. And then with black condo will give details to this harms Needham after the Chinese. The reason why you use this grayish purple chief, because what it implies is the effect of the color of the sky is being reflected on the heart. So that is the reason I created the gray shade with the sky colored itself. So whichever follow your sky is try creating the gray color having with dint of tax shield. So I'm just picking up some poeple and applying to blend it in between. So just apply a little purple with grep owners. Now, we'll wait for this to dry and then add the black details to it. Till that time, we will now add the bushes You're so for that will be again picking up the black sheep. And this time the bushes will not be dot d d. So you can just first fill-in this area. Then this, the dabbing technique that we loan, making it some little Lorenzo measures. Do not take it on the pole stands because we'll make those bold stand standout. With the help of a, with the help of this gray shade highlights. So if you see, I'm leaving those edges of the Bornstein and filling in your third remaining areas. So at the top, I have given some grass like structures and I'll give more details with a fine brush later. Meanwhile, I'll first create this black. Will give more details to top of these later on. But currently, I'm just creating this black silhouette, kind of the class here. And some he'll do in between the heart and the hand, a little bit of the bush on to the hard truth. But leave a little gap between the heart and this bush so that both of them stand-up distinguished some very even connect them. This. Now. Oh, smaller brush, that is a size 0 auto size one. Highlighted details to these bushes randomly, just please leaves like these. Two. Can you see it starting to take shape and they're looking like Though filled green area. Okay. Some way you can take it downloads on the shorter somewhere you can even make all leaf length is four boat. So why what I'm doing is just dabbing to create these black silhouette edge brushes. So you know what, I'm taking it a little tunnel. Although I'll make it a little taller, if you will. And I'm leaving the rest of the areas in different sizes will leave. And here again and add one leaf popping out handled under one. So all this will give variations and some depth to your painting. So, you know, you can feel free to use different kind of leaves, different sizes if you want. You can even add bigger of these dabbing leaves that we are adding. So it's all about, do you know, moving around freely with this brush. So there we are done adding the dome wishes. And now we will again pick up on, with this small brush only. We add detail yours. That is doing this. I dropped him a little excess water human since my brush had excess water. So I'm just trying to lift it up. 9. Purple Sunset-Part 3-Shadows And Details: Now with the same zeros size brush, I'm adding the school structure, the deals, and then with a fine liner, I'll hide the remaining details. Now, when the same size brush, I'm first-time begin vertical lines that I need. So one line you move one language or another one connecting from this pole to this pool. And these lines automatically and at the end. So as I'm taking it, as, I'm making it look more slimmer. And now we'll finally pick up our glider, Ben. And given those thin lines that we want. So let's begin by just adding some lines randomly connecting all of these. Okay? So can you see I'm just randomly placing these lines showing some connections to the news. From this bull to display. I join these thin line connections on so so much surrounding div. So don't please this, I'm just pleasing these cumulate funny chips. If you notice this is completely random and not an E specific. Enough. And can have this. So you can have this freedom of pleasing these school-like structures as you wish. Now, this box will be connecting it with some bias, randomly entangled with each other. Can you see randomly, I've just drawn some fires and dangle to each other, which are connected here. So that's it for the pen part. And now we'll pick up this light shade of green and give some highlights to our pools. So I've just tiny bit of white to make it much lighter gray. And now giving some light highlights and then highlights with the black. Giving the little highlight to these ticker lines. Picking up this lighter gray sheep to add some highlights on these leaves. So one of these highlights that we have given, but the cliched reflects the effect of the sunset on to the leaves and our other silhouettes. Now, we're given details to our hot with the black color using both smallest size brush. So we are done with our second being deep into the topic of these things. So let's remove the masking tape and remember to the move it back up. Painting is completely dry to move it at an angle or 45 degree from your book. So that is our second painting onto this topic. See you in the next class project. 10. Countryside Sunset-Part 1- The Sky: Let's begin with our next class project. We'll begin with masking down are people first. And unmasking my paper. For this one, we'll be having a little rough pencil sketch. So let's begin somewhere around 40 percent and 60 percent. We'll draw this horizon line. And from here, we'll just mark this root v. So this area is going to be a root. This is going to be agin field. And this again is going to be a Greenfield. And about this will be our sky basic pencil sketch that we need for this one. And we begin with painting the sky forest. Now, let's have a look at the colors that we'll be using for this one. I'll be using this red shade, which is equal to a vomiting shade. I will be using this light violet shade. You can either use a porpoise and if it's too dark, add in a little bit of yellow. I'll be using this light mix of pink that is already there on my palette. So you can mix either crimson or any pink shade. Because for blending these two colors, I'll be adding in a little of this color so that the blending looks mood. And we'll be using these colors directly without any white. This time, we will be using some white just for blending. So this is kind of an evening sky. Okay? So we'll first begin with picking up two orange color. If you do not have this ready orange color, you can mix in a shade of red type Scarlett with yellow to get this shade. So just applying one line of the shear. And now I'll pick up the purple shade and apply it at the top area. So this time I'm applying it in straight lines and not any diagonal motion. So like the previous exercise that we did, if you need your sky in a diagonal blend, you need to apply these troops also in diagonal bland. And if you need us cheat blend, you need to apply the colors onto industry blush motions. Now I'll pick up this little pink or reddish tone that we have. And an applied your between the two sheets. Not pick up too dark shape. If you can see I have this white you. So I'm just grabbing it from that right side. And I have pleased the tool. And now I will pick up some pure white on my brush. So when you are picking up, right, remember to use a clean brush, run it multiple times in water so that you don't spoil your weight. And heaviness, please. This white here first. So please this bite force children, this gap that we left. And now I just begin to blend on notice. So I'll begin blending from the orange shade. So I'm just wiping my brush 50 percent. And from your I'll begin to run up fluids. Don't worry if your oranges going onto the white, that is what I needed. The light orange shared. That is the reason I started blending from the audience here. And then move to the pink, taking the orange onto the pink of it, and then to the foci. So that will let us move transition orange to the open. If you're running your brush from the top to bottom again, make sure your brushes clean so that the purple color does not run on the orange color. So that's our sky and the blend has come out of it. The reason why I had put in that pink tone, because when we blend, the open-end pink will create the perfect blend between the orange and the purple, giving us a smooth transition from orange to pause. While this is drying, we'll fill these areas on through. So apply or base of green color so you can pick up any dream that you have tried using a darker green sheet. If you do not have a dark green, add in a little bit of black. So your the green that is onto my palate is a little lighter. So I am picking up some black onto my brush and mixing it to the screen to get a darker green sheet. If you feel your greenhouse stoned to death, you can add in a little bit of the light green or yellow sheet to make it a little lighter again. So this is the shade of green that I need. And I'll place this in the complete area of this green field. Do not john this green color into the sky. So be careful when marking these edges. So this is called as colored login, will be giving grass details after this journeys with a lighter tone. And similarly to this little tool. If you're not confident about using the same brush, uses smaller size brush for the smaller area. Now my sky is dry and I'll add little clouds. So as in the previous exercise, we had formed that light purple gauge to the same tone. My palette is same, so I have that grayish tone. I'm just adding this little bit of purple to it to get a line took for a police report. And I'll be adding fairly few clouds this time. And very small one. And I'll quickly be dabbing them with my fingers so that they create many light effect. Okay, I am just be have any 1-bit cloned human. So when eaten, so kilo motions and blending it with the background with the help of full-time plush and some little cloud. Your book again in a circular motion. I'm just moving my brush to do these cloud-like structures and extending. And, and this edge on top and just even the spoiled tiny club. I've just given randomly some very small clouds. And now we will. So our sky is ready. Now we will first give details to our class. So we'll wait for this to dry and then do the remaining details to this painting. 11. Countryside Sunset-Part 2- The Powerlines: My field has dried. Now. I'm picking up my fine brush. This is from the brand Tomlin interchangeable speciality brushes. And first time picking up or shade of yellow. Okay, if you do not have yellow color, you can mix in a little bit of yellow to your brown shade to get this yellow ocher shade. And pick these beans in Arctic consistency, not too much water. And I'm just going to force damper so that I get clean class like structures. Now you're just creating this little truss structure onto the field. I'm not worrying if my paint has come out here because I'll be painting that with black. So that is the reason why I'm forced giving in all the details of the glass. So that later on everything Can we get a little bit of black details that we are giving? So del half of the area we've given these highlights, widow or consume. Similarly Huron. And now I'll clean my fan brush and pick up this light green sheet. I have mixed in a little bit of white to my colleague. Okay, and I'm just picking this up. And now you're again, I'll clean this up first. And now just dabbing some late classes on duet. So all this is giving variation to your field. Now. Up till bit of black color with this green. Again, to get adopt a stone tablet so that there's more access being told what DO and not giving these tacos toes healer. If you do not have a fan brush, you can do this with a very small detail brush, but that will take time. So using a fan brush helps. Also, you could either use or VQ brush or a palm brush onto and try giving this effect. So that much is done for our field ADR. And now we will, and now we will paint a rude plaque first. So I am picking up the black shape directly from my words. Do you can take it out on your palette if you want. So now this entire area, I'll be painting it with the black shift. To this black will cover up all my mistakes often process that was pumped onto my reward. So that is the reason I do not worry if your classes are coming out on Buddha's word. Now to deflect little bit of the effect of the sunset on today, I'm just picking up some orange sheet and running it. You're in the center of the root. Okay? So when this rule have one little orange effect onto it and similarly yellow onto iron sheet. So that's it. I hope that little orange and the corporate shield effect is visited to you. And now we'll begin with our powertools, but the black shade and adding the cheese and the final details. So now I am picking up the black color wheel from the cap and just sprayed on Newton water to this. If you guys are not confident, you're going to again mark down the points first. So I'll just mark down the pole so that it's easier guys to understand. So this area is wet, so I just tilted my book bit. So the first ball is going to be from you. If you want to, you can use a scale for mounting this. In this model, it's going to be very thin power poles. So if you can see that mark them very thin. And B, they'll be having another one. So this is how, you know, file from us. So this is going to be shorter like this. So these are the two power poles and we are going to have one street claim. Your so I'm just marking the street line, your Okay, so we're going to have ans cheat by integer. Now let's begin with painting this with black. So I'm picking up my size 0 brush and picking up the black condo. If your grass has not trade, wait for it to dry because venue will rest your hand. You're like this. It may get spoiled. So minus dry. This street light too will be making it to base 10. So Ido use a very fine detail brush. I'm using a size double 0 brush to give that line. All you can do it again with the help of a man. So I'm using this shade and giving it the very 1009. And now, and now with the smallest sized round brush onto a horizon line will be adding some bushes with the black just small bushes link this one to I n pi over nine. Okay? They can be of different shapes and sizes and some vague going to know somebody. Can you see if I have given them defend radiation? Similarly, just like the previous exercise, picking up or smaller detailer brush and just dabbing some leaves to make them look more detail. It is not necessary to add them on all of it. You can add them as is and go detail. You wanted to look. 12. Countryside Sunset-Part 3- Details: Now, with this seem fine liner brush will draw all the power lines. So I just marked for some school-like structures, see around five or six of them. I'm marking them little's land because it's going to the back, pull your Mach six of them. And now I'm connected to these pools first. Similarly, I'll be having these cuz you're also and from your, these lines connecting the end. Okay? And these same lines, I'll be connecting them to the top. So just connecting them like this. So if you noticed, I started with osmolar gap and as I reached the end, I went on increasing the gap. So this is part of our lines and now we will add in some details to us cheat land. So with the same black pen, I am marking two lights out your and then we'll fill that with white. But now that we have to again pick up some black paint to give one g. From this area. I have some tree like structure. So first I'm just dabbing some pins in between. If you'll notice I'm leaving some gaps that the sky is visible. This will make it look more natural. And a small tree. And you just dive in effect. Taking up my detail brush again that does the size 0. I will give it more depth by adding these leaves, open up this team on to some. Been out. Now, you can either pick up a white gel pen or white brush. And we will add on little moon, very tiny one. And we will build these lamps. So my root is bad, so I'm being very careful while placing your hand. If you do not have this white gel pen, you can go ahead and use whitewash or white acrylic to paint these. Now we'll wait for a role to dry. And then I didn't write lines to a route to give details to the road. Also, my Lord has almost trade. First. I will give it a black parking and the borders. Just to take a line with a size 0 or a one size brush. If you can see the purple and the orange that I had applied on the road is being reflected. Because if you can see the difference in these two colors, this is pure black and this is the promptness show shade that is formed because of the popular and the orange. And now I am taking up my white gel pen. Alternatively, you can use a size 0 or SISO double 0 brush and use whitewash or white acrylic to give this detail. But I'm using my white gel pen. I have tilted my book so that it becomes easier for me to mark this first one. You're at the edge. And this edge. So I've tilted it this way so that I get the motion. And now we'll be having one line going from the center, like this, this large area. I'll fill it with the help of fight brush. Pick up white quash in a very thick consistency with a clean brush. So if you look best, I rubbed it too harsh. That is the reason the base layer go back period per se. One more good. And just pick up the yellow ocher shade and sterile my Padlet and give some small highlights to the rule by just marking some lines. Only one last thing is left that is creating the fence. So I'm losing my white pen again. If you do not have this white pen, you can go in with a fine brush and white color. So I have marked this one line, this second line. Now, just starting small, small lines to make it look like a fence. In between a few neat, clean your role tip of the pen so that it does not stop working. Because if you see nib and picks up some of the black color, if you wish, you can add in some crisscross lines and some deep, you know, at some of the fence giving it more detail. So that's it. I'll leave it there. Just realized that had gone. And I'll just increase the size a bit too, that the bushes are visible. That's it. And there we are done with one more of our class project. We'll remove the masking tape. Remember to remove it at an angle from the people that there's almost a 45 degree angle from the people and remove it once your painting is completely dry. So we are done with this class project. See you in the next class project. And I hope you guys enjoy painting these beautiful sky with the power lines. 13. Cityscape Sunset- Part 1- The Sky: Let's begin with our last class project. So, so we begin with masking down on a book on all the four edges. Now, let's have a look at the colors that we'll be using for this one. I'll be using a shade of yellow, that's the lemon yellow shade of reddish orange, white, black. And we'll be adding this time a shade of blue. That solution glue. So if you do not have crucial loop, go ahead with any darker blue. Also, if you do not have a darker blue, you can add in a little bit of black sheet to your lighter blue to create a darker blue. So these are the sheets that will be needing for our painting. I have already picked them out onto my palette. That's the yellow, orange, right? The blue is huge and black directly at the end. I'll be using it from the bottle itself. So I'll begin with the sky first. So this time we are going to have an almost equal to a night sky look. So for that at the bottom will be having or the setting sun view. So your I'll be having the yellow color in the half area. I have applied a local law. And now to the remaining half I'm picking up on and applying and blending a 2D or 3D. So and again, pick up some diluted blended so that TO, I have more of the yellow effect. Now, I will also be, I didn't this little beast think that there's a mix of carmine or order would shade on red, pink. I'm so sorry, during I forgot to tell you about this. So I'm adding it in between, just as in one of the exercises that we had added this in-between to get a perfect blend. That is the whole reason I'm adding this. And now I will pick up blue. So first I will pick up in a darker shade and apply it. You're at the top. I am leaving some gap between the blue and the pink on so to use white Data again. And you're all too, we'll be using right now with a clean brush. Pick up white, and first place them into these blank areas. As I always say, there would be many other ways of blending. And, you know, people may be using many different tools. But this is how I blend and that is how I'm sharing it with you. Ok. And now I'll pick up my damp brush. And since I want the yellow effect on the orange, so I'll begin again from the bottom, blending these from the site of yellow to the orange, and now blending this white and the yellow line completely. If you are, if you feel that your brushes so dry that you are unable to move it, you can just drive it up a little with the water and begin to move again. I don't want that complete white gap. That is the reason I am moving it back and forth and getting that yellow and the pink onto the white will give. So this creates the perfect transition from your own yellow to the blue shade. And now I have already placed the Y2. And from this pink, I'll begin to move towards the blue shade. So between the pink and the blue also, I did not need that white sky, but I needed this blend. So that is the reason I had pleased it with white there. And now with that help or fight, I am trying to blend it. So as I said while applying the pink, the pink was just there to get that blend between yellow till the yellow to the blue color. So my pink is almost hidden know, but the tip is still there, which was needed. And I'm done reading my sky. I'll wait for this to dry. And then with that same grayish tone and pitch is still under my palette. I will apply very tiny clouds this time, it is going to be much tinier even than the previous one. I'm using this grayish tone of purple color. Only reason being you already have that purple blend. So I needed on this color only and just applying very tiny clouds with very gentle and can you see how slowly I'm moving? If you feel it's too dark, you can dab it on this board. You can finish the limb, mix it with. Can you see I'm dropping in very small cloud like structures and with very light shade randomly far away. And that's it for our clouds for this painting. And now been reached for all of this to dry. And then we'll add in all the pools with the black and the black city scape. So big for this to dry and then catch you in the next one. 14. Cityscape Sunset- Part 2- Powerlines: Now my background has dried completely. So I'll begin with the pencil sketch. I'll be having this cheap late on your this time. And this is going to be a little slant. Okay? So if you see, I've kept my scale also a little slant and cure. It is going to be this big light rule. Okay? So this time the street light is the main focus on the power of power lines are, you know, very small structures. So your and dropping the first vowel like very thin lines the side. And one on the back. And another one, which will be much smaller than this. So, you know, it's going from your like this and disappearing behind. And we'll add one more link. Okay, Your will be having the entire cityscape. So this is some basic structures. Your will be having a box and some lines that will mark like this on to while painting. So let's pick up our black color now. What I'm going to first do is I will first begin with marking down. Part is, let's do one thing. I'll give you the pencil sketch for the cityscape, also human. So your will be having some Bush. And then let's create some columns like structures. So this window out here, we want to turn it black so you notice the sky is visible from this window. So this is random structures that I'm forming. You can go ahead and formula on structures as you want. So just a cityscape view that I'm trying to give it. Again, your I'm meeting some venues which we want color black. And some you this is not the power line. This is the, you know, from where the gas can just pass by this one window and see a small chimneys. Then this will get connected here. On top your IDE been some bushes. Similarly, be having some bushes. And we'll be painting some lines with quietly join. So leaving the windows, the entire thing will be colored black. So I'm picking up black color on domain. So I'm picking up black color onto the cap off my black color box. You can remove it on a ballot. Alternatively, they can go smaller size, brush that is either sides to a size 4. As you feel comfortable, begin to darken this color black. First markdown plane to these windows so that you don't act being done to them. And also if you move notice between these two houses, I've kept this very small, tiny orange gap here so that it looks more detail. If you want, you can create windows on all of the houses or some notes as you prefer. So again, as I said, you're free to create your own cityscape for you. So see idle to create one smaller than noisy room and another one You're so I'm marking them that black durably. And now the remaining area with black. Do not rush by dragging these details. Go slow, take your own time so that you do not spoil the entire of being dean. I've been this machine. Again, I've done, I think I'll be using the small vd lA brush to add some popping out leaves to give more video to these wishes. You now read these poems also, which we have marked with a pencil. And in my book so that my hand can move freely. I can rest my hand. So you don't rest your hand only at the place where Europeans are dry. Remember to not dilute your black paint too much, but also not use it or to take data does not flow freely. So important thing in wash is about having the right consistency to move it. And now with a smaller brush, or I can use that the both the same brush. If you do not have a pointer to a bigger brush, you can know switch to a smaller size brush which ends up going to dip. Because these lamps D zone because these Palmer pools are many smaller in size. I'm also adding one small goals. So I'll be connecting these two and these three together. Now, before switching to my fine liner pen, I'll switch to my size 0, size 1 round brush. And I read MOC that tick power lines that we need. So now I need one. Disconnecting in today's pool like this. And now marking those cheat night. So if you see this is kind of a triangular shape that I've given B, we fill this with white collar later on. I need one thick line here. Okay, So I'm just moving this same brush. Like this. And another tick line connecting to decline. Now we'll switch to our fine liner pen and give the fine lines. This time I am picking up size point to tip because I need very fine lines. So now I'll begin connecting these pools to each other first, and I need to do these fine details. Now I'm first join these two poles. And this pool, if you will, with this one. And now we'll connect these three pools. So line from your to your, go to you and say you could directly this one. So randomly, you can connect them to these ones here I'll be giving the connection about, so my lanes are going to be quite diagonal. Good. So that's the reason my people, so that my hand can move freely connecting to this pool. So that's the reason I used a very fine brush this time. Sorry, the very fine pen. And some there, I'm doubling this line and connecting them to each other. Okay? All this will give much natural effect to your painting. And another one from here. And one line from when it thinks you're digging it up here. Also, this box will create some connections. So you know, in a painting, It's all about adding these small details. Blood, what are your lines on a lot about, and etchings on when it's all a national thing. Even you international power line, we are unable to the domain from very rich stroke passed by. So you know, that's the beauty that you can add these lines in an exact manner freely without worrying much as to which one is to be entangled to rich. So if you'll notice, I have also added very, oh, you know, quite randomly and not anything pre-determined as to where, what should the small line you're. So That's enough for adding our power lines to this one. Now, I will switch to my white gel pen. And I will add light to this lamp. Also your, I had created a lamp and one lamp. And I will also be adding one more street light. So I'm just marking this small ball humor and giving those street light effect as in our last windy. If you need, you can add in some more light. So maybe I will add one Yoav, a much smaller one because this is dawning or smaller as we are moving towards the right. To me, I'm done adding all of these details. And now we add on very small. Because the sun is setting and the moon is popping out. And it's time to remove our masking. Again. Remember to remove it only radial painting is completely dry and remove it at an angle of 45 degrees so that you're not dead if your paper. And like this, we are done with our final class project. I hope you guys enjoyed painting all of desperate me. And I would love to see your projects into the project sections. Do 15. Final Thoughts: Thank you so much for joining me in this class of painting. Power lines with different sunset. I hope all of you guys enjoyed painting all these four different beautiful sunset views along with me and the different kinds of power lines that can be incorporated in your painting. I would love to see your class projects and do the project section of this class. Also, if you put up your buildings on Instagram, do tag me. My Instagram handle is creating from the heart. I would love to share your buildings there. Thank you once again to and one for joining me in this beautiful class. See you soon.