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Painting sky and clouds in watercolor. Techniques and tips.

teacher avatar Ala Doros, Illustrator & Watercolorist

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Lessons in This Class

13 Lessons (1h 32m)
    • 1. Introduction to painting clouds

      1:38
    • 2. Supplies we will need

      2:52
    • 3. Project 1. Step by step drawing in pencil

      1:21
    • 4. Project 1. Graded wash, wet on wet technique in watercolor

      12:30
    • 5. Project 1. Learn how to apply shaddows on clouds.

      16:53
    • 6. Project 1. Learn how to paint water with a cloudy sky reflection

      6:24
    • 7. Project 2. Learn to sketch a big cloud and how to apply masking fluid

      5:11
    • 8. Project 2. Learn how to create different shades of sky in watercolor

      10:42
    • 9. Project 2. Learn how to create shades on the cloud, and to create volume

      6:30
    • 10. Project 2. Create negative painting effect with the trees

      6:17
    • 11. Project 3. Learn how to make smooth transitions with yellow, orange and violet colors on the sky

      12:59
    • 12. Project 3. Learn reflection effect of the sun on the clouds

      8:02
    • 13. Conclusion

      0:25
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About This Class

On this class you will learn how to paint wet on wet techniques and how to paint different ways of clouds.

Clouds are a staple of landscape painting. You can use them as the key feature or idea of your painting; to create a sense of moody atmosphere; or simply as a composition tool for their dynamic shapes.

Many artists struggle to paint them. That's perhaps due to their transient, organic, and everchanging nature, making it difficult to apply any step-by-step rules or processes. In this post, you'll find some guidance on how to paint clouds.

Clouds dominate the sky, so much so that it's impossible to make out any distinct forms. Depth is implied by the overlapping shapes, rather than the rendering of three-dimensional forms. Shape is therefore more effective in simplifying all this detail.

For this reason, I prepared three projects to paint clouds in different forms of theirs. In this way you will learn to adjust colors and shapes on those.

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1. Introduction to painting clouds: Hello friends, and welcome to my Skillshare class. I'm really excited to share with you some new techniques and new ways how to paint clouds. In this class, we will do three projects. Yes, it does. It want to be only one project? It will be about three projects. Because on each project we will work on different way of representing the Cloud. On the first project we will work with the cloudy sky, where we have different clouds with different colors. We will apply some oranges, reds, some violet colors, some grayish color, and you will see how to make this transition smoothly year. Then on the second project, we will work with one Cloud only. And behind this cloud we will have some sun. And you will see how we will apply the fluid to mask and how to work with wet-on-wet technique. On the third project, we will work only with blue sky and without any Cloud on it, we will make beautiful transitions from violet to orange colors and we'll make very sunny day. I hope you will enjoy this class. And here to mention that this class, we will work on all three projects with wet-on-wet technique. And we will work in this way that the wet-on-wet technique will help us to make beautiful transitions and to not, to make us frustrated about that. We can control the color. So let's start and let's see how it is going. 2. Supplies we will need: Dear friends, let's talk about the supplies that we will need for this class. For this class, we will need several brushes to use. We will work with the wet-on-wet technique for wetting the paper. I will use these flood paint brush. It is synthetics. And later one to work with the clouds, I will use a bigger paintbrush to cover all the color. And then for smaller details, I will use either sable number 6 or synthetics because for smaller clouds we will need a more firm paintbrush. And with the synthetic cities better to work on some smaller details. A pencil and an eraser. We want to draw really a lot of things. We will try to create a minimalistic reviews because the idea is that we'll learn how to paint clouds and not to draw anything and basically water we'll do, we'll draw the horizontal line. That tuple will help us to guide us throughout the work. And that's it. And maybe some rocks or any specific details that I use a 300 GSM paper. And it is a mixed media and mixed media paper. If you have watercolor with the 100% of cotton, or at least that he percent cotton, then use those for wet-on-wet technique, it is better to use a cotton paper. In my case, I use Mixed Media. If you have mixed media as well, it will be carried by two. You have to have a very good weight of the paper. Because if the paper will be thinner or it is a query, you are working on the sketch book paper that is 160 GSM. Then it one. It will be difficult to create the details and the paper can be damaged. Throw the, we will need a bowl of water. Any recipient would just be make sure to have a lot of water. If the ball is small, then you will need to change more often the water. A part of that supplies. We will need some white mask, fluid mask too, because to create some specific effects. And a hair dryer, last but not least, we need to watercolors. I have a set of artists to watercolors, whiten heights, 36 colors in pairs. If you have these, it's great if you have any other, let's do it with any. I will try to explain which colors were mix. And in this case you can use any polytope yours. So let's start. 3. Project 1. Step by step drawing in pencil: Now we start to create the horizontal line. And the usual, or if you have watched my video about decomposition on YouTube, and I really advise you to go on and watch it. Is there we will see that the composition to be created properly, we need to use guiding lines, and usually we don't make the horizontal lines tried in the middle. We usually try to avoid going with the middle line. And the composition is more interesting. When will leave more space for clouds and less for the terrain. Or here we'll leave less for the sky. And if we have something here that we want to create as a composition, in our case, the idea is that to learn how to paint quotes. And for this reason we will try to avoid or to make a smaller as possible the horizontal line and as few space as possible. And here I have some rocks that are closer to me. And this is our drawing. We can go on and move with watercolors. 4. Project 1. Graded wash, wet on wet technique in watercolor: Now, before, when they start to work by take my paper on the other side and I start to wet it. It is really important too wet on wet your painting because they will work with wet-on-wet technique. And while working with wet on wet technique, you have to where to really properly the paper as when working on any Cloud so we don't need the jury strong edges and strong agent, stronger just happen on live. When the vapor is not properly weighted. It is okay that your paper is taking up and not going down because one side of the paper is where it started to enlarge. But the dried part of the paper is still small. And for this reason, it is waking up. Now we are going with more water. And so urging goes really, really well. The most important we need to wet it really well, the edges of the paper because those first start to try and compensation starts to elevate from the table as well. On the other hand, very important thing about wetting the paper properly is that we don't have been some of the species of paper, like drops of the water. We need that all this water on the paper to be properly spread throughout all the paper as if we have several drops of water. The color will stay in these jobs and will become lighter. And we'll create some effects that we want to be able to keep going and to change. Okay? I think my paper is wet. Now we can start to working with the clouds. I'm taking my bigger paintbrush to create some covers. And I'm taking ultramarine blue color and some Adobe color. I'm making a little bit of purple color. And start this. I'm taking more color and take some more blue color to create more bluish color. Here. I'm mixing up ultramarine color, blue color. To create more bluish effect. I'm mixing up with Ruby cover. It is kind of a red color. If you have this New York Police, them just go ahead and take it. And over here is fine as you see on the paper on the work that we are doing. We have some orange colors. And lateral take I will take some detail addition read. It is kind of orange color. And we'll add over here some golden arches. And I will take, I'm cleaning my brush fully. And I'm taking some red and some yellow color and mix some colors over here. Mixing up this with this kind of environment makes it easier to us to make this kind of effect of transitioning from purple color to more orange color. And two blue colours. Little by little, I'm taking lighter colors and I will take yellow color and some golden colors. We can take some red and the golden colors in this as well. We'll create a very beautiful mix of colors. We have some reds here and here. And we mix red with golden. And then we have a very strong blue color line. And I'm taking the as far as you see the water on my paintbrush. And now what I will do, I will just go with the line with color to make this line not spreading all over. The idea of doing this kind of effect. As you see, the edges are not strong or still smooth. And this transition is really easy to do. But for this we don't need to feel the hip, the thin brush with water. We just need to take only color and nothing. And then throughout all the work, I have some yellow. And now I'm taking smaller paintbrush to this corner and then taking only yellow color. And make this transition very, very small. And some ocher colors. I will take over here. We have this mix of golden and we can take those to create this. And the very interesting thing to do, as you can see here, we have a like a wider space. And taking 15. And I will remove a big says of the water and the cough in this way, making this space white. And I want to come over it again because actually it is not wide and tall and the hue of the color that we already have over here is inside. But it has to be lighter than the rest of the work. Or what we can do. Whoops. These things happen. And when these things happen is analyzing. What I usually take is another paintbrush. And usually a strong one with energetics are stable because it is not so smooth and without water, but only with color. I adjust the issue that occured. Now the base is done. Let's see. Let's move on on the other video. And we will work on more details with codes. Please use your hairdryer to dry a little bit your works. Very important thing about hairdryer. You don't have to GI everything till the paper will be properly dried. Try to avoid these kind of charging, only drawing the little bit that we don't have this measures of water on the paper. And that's we can go over and paint over with smooth layer edges. 5. Project 1. Learn how to apply shaddows on clouds.: As far as you see that the paper is still wet, does not try it completely. And if we will try to, not just the difference that it is still had, but as well, we don't have these kind of drops of water with color on it. And now, now I will go with synthetics and taking number 8, loving chimp. And with synthetics, I will make the form of the clouds. And once again, I'm mixing up the colors. I'm going with ultramarine color. And then with a ruby that it is red color. What I will go, I will take some golden colors tool to create this golden effect that we have some oranges on our clouds and make those. Even here though, over here I already made. And the edges are kind of two to two, so smooth. To create this edges smooth layer, what I do, I take another paintbrush with only water and going straight on the edge with plain water. Very important over here that we don't have too much water on our brush because in this case it will go too far away. You've seen, I'm going little by little, that the wet-on-wet technique actually ask it requires to work really fast on the work. And what happens usually is that we have to work really fast as the paper is not getting dry. It of course, it really depends on where you work. If the temperature of your country, where you are, it is called, it is warm. Already moving over here the edges making a smooth transition. And I'm taking a more bluish color. Even if I'm mixing with the red, I try now to make it more blue. I add more blue colors. Then read, I will take some, in this mixture, I will take some bright blue, or even in the three and blue. To make it more dramatic view, you see, how is this difference? Because we have really dark touches here and here. And we can make this kind of wavy effect. And here where we have drawn the ocher color wheel as well, have some darker tones. I mixed up in the blue with the ruby color, that it is red and with some tissue 100 color. Now, if over here, I tried to make a layer without adding too much water, I tried to create more consistency in color. Now, this falloff effect of the Hello, of the clouds that we have on the top over here. I will, I just added more water on this mixture and we'll make this kind of effect. But now I will add more red. It is more orange color or even golden color. To create more effects of orange. Very important. We are not painting each cloud, particularly. We are our tests and we only show how we see those. We don't try to make it hyper-realistic. Of course, if your idea is to create really hyper-realistic clouds, then obviously. But at this step we are watching to create this very watercolor ish. And you see, I'm creating the edges to be smooth fear and the transition to be smooth layer over here, and over here. And here. And here, what I will do, I will mix up some golden deep color and some cadmium red light color. And you see how beautifully it gets. Over here, you can add some touches. I tried to merge my paper. If you didn't try it so much as I did, then you are lucky enough and now your edges won't be so strong. In my case, I just too much doing it. I always have to mix up my ultramarine with Adobe color because we have lots of a violet colors on our clouds, on our space over here. I don't take violet color from my bins of white lines, mainly because it is low light fastness it has, it can happen that after several years, it will take off the color and will become gray. This is the reason that I'm not mixing up my colors over here. I want that my works, we'll be long-lasting ones. If you just make a study of your work. And taking more blue colors because we have deeply blue colors that are darker. And when working on the wet-on-wet technique, you obviously see that the color is becoming lighter once it dries. And for this reason, we are making these changes. Repeating over here with golden color, yellow and some red colors. Some yellow colors just over here. I'll take some here. I will make some more over here and some orange colors. Now I'm going with my water. As far as you see with have lots of violet over here. And I will make this mix with Ruby, ultramarine color. And I'm taking tissue and rent to create this effect. I have here, this part already tried. And what I will do, I will create this line. You see this? And doing it over here, it is the part that we need a very strong edge. We have to differentiate the sky to the water. And because of that, as you can see, it is bleeding over there. I'm going to remake it. And very interesting thing over here. Because the water is still white in some of the places. We will make very interesting effect. We will go with our paintbrush and we'll paint it only in this way. Touching the paper without painting everything. They're important in this example that we are not taking water, we are just taking color. This effect is possible only when taking your beam brush with color and water. And we'll add more purple color, more blue colors. Here. We have these kinds of effects on the water. Now what I will do, I will proceed with these rogue and I will try a little bit too heavy, tried to work on the details. 6. Project 1. Learn how to paint water with a cloudy sky reflection: I have tried my work and as far as you see over here already, we see some details on our clouds. What I would do, I will work more on creating lighter spaces over here. And how I do is I am taking plain water and removing some color wherever I want. For example, I would like to remove it over here or over here. And taking water. And I'm just making some smaller touches are here. The transition between the yellow and red is not so smooth. And I'm taking it to another level of here. I will even add some darker shadows on this quote. Here. And there. Now we have this kind of rock over here. And this rock, I'm taking sepia color. And I will take some golden orange color because over here it did look silly. Little light because of the sky. It has a reflection. And then closer in the shadow, I will, I'm taking more cold colors. I'm taking sepia and Payne's gray color. And I will apply on my shadow part. Some really dark shadows over here. Synthetics allows us to take more color, more pigment, and less water. And when working wet on wet, and we want to create some specific edges, then it is going really well. And taking once again ultramarine and ruby colors, more ultramarine color. And I'm going to once again, to the horizontal line. To make it straight. If you want, it is a good moment to take some help of a minor. I'm creating here the waves. We have 0, 1, there is smooth. And I will add some more water over here. And we'll color wherever it is to write. Our work is they have to join it or to leave it to dry on its own and to enjoy it. 7. Project 2. Learn to sketch a big cloud and how to apply masking fluid: Let's move on with another example of showing the clouds. And these clouds, it is a very beautiful one and interesting effect. And for this we will work with fluid mask. Now we will represent the horizontal line because actually the horizontal line will be all the trees that we have over here. I will make it even smaller because the cheese will come up and we will draw the tree is straight away with the watercolors. And for this, I will draw the Cloud. We have only one cloud. And for this reason to create this beautiful effective only to use a fluid to mask. I'm using and be bold. Pencil. But in your case, I advise to go with age in watercolor is we tried to draw with thinner lines. And on the edge of this cloud, I will go with my fluid mask. If you want. I'm removing all the unnecessary lines and to create white in color. And now I'm taking Fourier the mask and I will go on all the edges. If you want, you can go over within all the cloud, but I think it is Tamara Chand. We have to wait for a longer time for this. If you watched my previous classes, I already explained how to use a fluid mask. Usually when we take fluid mask, we take a Bainbridge that we'd want to use it in the future if it will be damaged. That too, we are not afraid of eight. And we apply first some soap on it and then only use white mask while we do this is because they're worried mask will actually damage the hair. And with the soap, the soap doesn't allow it to take over. Whoops, I took too much. The idea is to create with these fluid mask some effect of the code. As I mentioned, if you want, you can apply the fluid mask on the whole surface of the code. I've done to devise, to go in this way mainly because of width mask. If we will work to match, can damage later the paper. And if it is like too much on the paper than the paper can just take off. When we will take all of this fluid mask. I applied my fluid mask on my clothes. And what I will do, I will leave these Cloud for ten minutes to dry out and into the fluid mass to dry completely because we've deployed mask is not trade completely. It will damage the other beam virtues when we will work on wet-on-wet on wet technique. Very important not to dry it with a hair dryer because if not, then it will be almost impossible to remove all this sulfurous. 8. Project 2. Learn how to create different shades of sky in watercolor: So guys moving forward with the watercolors, unfortunately had to switch to another paper. Because the previous one I was starting to create the video and my fluid mask went so bad that it damaged my paper. The head to start to start to once again repeating the process. But this time I took another paper. I'm going to wet the paper really where the drawing part, even if it is on the other. It is the same that I did with you. And I decided to go on this video only with watercolors because it is easy in the drawing didn't change. Now what I don't I applied the water on the other side. In this moment, it is really important that I'm going on the cloud itself. But I try not to paint on the Cloud. Final waiting all the paper because I wanted these paper to stay on the table. And for this reason, I'm wetting it. Well, no. I assure you that I have all my paper wet. But at the same time, I don't have these kinds of jobs of the water on the paper. Same has to happen to you. It has to be wet, but you need to assure that you don't have any job's on the paper. That Plato can damage your work. And now let's move on. And taking good a paintbrush. As coda. And I will take ultramarine color with Payne's gray color and some blue color. Some blue, bright blue color. And I add more water and more ultramarine. And I create this beautiful colors. Very important at this step that we are not going inside of the cloud. You see how a level leave some white lines over here. But if it happens that it is difficult for you to leave this lines white. Don't worry. Now I will show you a special effect to maintain these lines and to create this effect on the edges. I'm taking Payne's gray, but I took to merge and I will add some water on it. And I'm trying to mix. And to think more auto here too. And going like this, I will add more ultramarine color. I want to intensify the color striatum, the edge to create the contrast with the cloud itself. And we'll take some green color to make this coder. And now, just to go over with my lines and create this effect. One of the ways that if you have this blindness, bleeding one end to another end, it is not possible for you to get this striped white lines. What you can do, you can take a cation and you create this line stride. And you go with your tissue on the paper. You see how fast you can. So this and here you have this. Y. Another secret to create these lines is you take a synthetic paintbrush. Usually it has to be flat. You remove all the water from it and you create these lines. The paper allows you to remove the unnecessary lines and to create this effect of the rays in the sky, this part of the cloud of the sky. It is done. Now we can proceed with the cloud itself. And for this, I will remove the fluid mask. I'm already afraid to remove the fluid mass because it damaged my previous paper. The previous time YOU my paper was getting damaged is because I use the hairdryer to dry the sky around. And when we apply the hair dryer, what happens is that the fluid mass gets into the paper much more and it is almost impossible to remove it from the people. Here you can see that it damaged a little bit as well, the paper, but not so much. Even though I can go and paint over here. And over here. And I will use an eraser to remove it. If you want, you can remove it with an eraser, or if you want, you can remove it with your finger. Make sure that your finger is not with any query. Or the because in this way you will apply or everything on the paper. Okay. My paper is getting damaged over here too. It seems that it is not made to your work with fluid mask. Very important to take the fluid mass clearly carefully. So I will stop and we'll remove it on my own. But you please remove your mask and let me know if any issue occurs. 9. Project 2. Learn how to create shades on the cloud, and to create volume: I removed my Florida mask. And now whatever, dumb, as you can see, my paper went wavy. It means that it is not dried properly. What I want to do is to wet it on the other side while I waited on the other side and one not on the main side is because I don't want to wet it in front of it because I don't want to that work, we'll start bleeding. And for this reason, I'm wetting it on the other side. When waiting on the other side, what happens is that the edges want to be so strong it will spread smooth layer and at the same time it wanted to start bleeding with the other work. For this combination, I start to use the Payne's gray ultramarine color to start painting my cloud. I will take more water because I don't to want to create too strong. I will work on need to lead on land. I live a good portion of the Cloud. To stay white. I preserve these wide. This is one of the main reasons that we preserved the whites because we didn't want to get in too much dark. And the good thing is that maybe people damaged stride where we didn't need to go with the color. And I'm happy about it. I will go close by. And over here, we'll go closer. And these beautiful cloud will stay white. And the wrist, I'm just painting it with the combination of Payne's gray with ultramarine color. Now, because this still wet over here and make it to the surface. And taking in the 3a1, boom. It is really cold color. And they're like it. And I'm going to create some touches. I think I still apply some Payne's gray. And I'm going over with some details that are darker. I make the color lighter with water, but still I tried to preserve and to take less water and more color on my paintbrush. The same I advise you to do. Because in this way we are working wet on wet. And if your paint brush is taking too much water, what can happen is that you don't get really dark color. As you can see over here. I took too much water and it doesn't allow me to play more with darker color. So I actually had to take more color to intensify this mux to count. And hearing this kind of touches because it is not everywhere the same. I will remove some details over here to make it lighter, like the light is coming up. And here we have really small share here. And I'll cloud is down. Now we will proceed with this first line. 10. Project 2. Create negative painting effect with the trees: I finished my Cloud. Maybe later when it will dry, I will start going with some more details. But at this step, what I don't, I'd take my Scala six. It is as Martha colon skip here. And I'm going to paint this beautiful trees here. The horizontal line is over here. So I'm going with the trees that are seen over here. And I think I will not go too much on the Cloud because my trees are starting to bleed on the Cloud. And I don't want this effect. I want over here strong edges, strong color, and trend below, unjust. Applying blank color. It is now true black color. Usually, I don't use this color because it is just so Turk. But over here the idea is to make the contrast to our code. And this contrast will be made only with very dark some color. And for this reason, I'm taking this black. I will dry a little bit with the hair dryer because I want to work here and as you can see, it starts bleeding. So I tried over here and I'm going with now my last details that I will do, I will make some detailed clouds over here. I don't really like is that these edges are too strong. And I added some water here. And over here to make a more pleasant. And then taking my synthetics, because with synthetics is just easier to remove these kinds of edges. And to make a small, silly or transition. I'm taking more ultramarine color. And I will add it over here. And taking some black color and intensifying some very small details. I'm not going everywhere, but at least I make some differentiation. And here it is, my cloud is done. I'm really happy with three. So let's move on with another Cloud. Let's move on with another work. 11. Project 3. Learn how to make smooth transitions with yellow, orange and violet colors on the sky: Friends, my dear friends, I just changed everything. The water, my beam brushes cleaned up and we are ready to go and wheat and other Beijing. This painting has the horizontal line. This picture has the origins of the line over here. But what I will do, I will make it once again smaller. And the horizontal line, I will make it not in the middle, but a little bit below. And here, I didn't know we have clouds and some kind of mountains. And we will draw these mountains that we see. Those actually can be Hills, not necessarily to be mountains. Very important that every time that you are drawing the mountains are some heroes just tried to make some more interesting. Lines. Don't, don't change. Don't make these lines too strong. We have three. For that list, I will draw three hills and remove the unnecessary line over here. And we will have some shadow over here. And now let's move on with the wetting the paper. Once again, I'm taking my paintbrush, my synthetics. Oh, it was with red color? Yes. Anything? It from the other side. Coming up on this side. Over here. I'm trying to wet my paper. They still remains with lots of dots of water. And I start painting. Here where I have the sum on this side, I will leave it to white, but I have some yellow colors strike around. And what I will do, I will make the sun into this yellow color, cadmium yellow medium color. I'm taking. And I even will take some golden colors because we have lots of gold and colors over here. And my horizontal line. I'm not worried to make my golden color over here on the clouds are what we see over here. Because the heroes that we have here, a beautiful color, orange in the light. Taking a more orange. And I will take some ruby color. When mixing up with golden colors. Just really beautiful effect. And taking once again some yellow color. And going through here and mixing up with orange color. Now I'm taking ultramarine color and the aerobic color into making violet colors over here. And this combination of our two main color and ruby color, I'm mixing up with tissue generated with this kind of orange color and making this color over here to create the transition from orange, purple. Now. And taking kill her. And making this transition smoothly. I'm taking a tissue like in my previous video. And I'm creating these beautiful effects of sudden urease. Creating a dramatic one. Add some more purple color here. As I feel that it requires more. And here below we are taking some orange color, some golden color, and mixing up with the ruby color and creating the clouds over here. Okay, there will be more yellow. And here we can create. And to create this feeling that we have clouds. Here below. Again, I'm taking another Titian and making this point only various lines and movement. So you see how I do it. And here I will add more yellow. With a synthetic paintbrush. It is easier to remove the excess of the color. With a natural hairpin version of this kind of effect is not so easy to do. So my first layer is done now, I will proceed to work with these mountains or hills, whatever. But before proceeding with this, I will have to dry my work with a hair dryer. 12. Project 3. Learn reflection effect of the sun on the clouds: I enjoyed my work and obviously when working with on the right, we see that the watercolors is becoming lighter in color. Then when we see it on a wet, I have here my purple color and with the ultramarine and ruby color. And I will add some sepia over here, so increase the darkness in this violet color. Let's start doing the first my first layer of the heels down, but I will add some orange color into it. I will take some golden color because here, see properly how the hue is enlightened. With orange. We will go on another layer, some orange in the shadow. So here we have some blue and more golden color. And here we have flight with orange. Joining this layer. You see that the paper when come up, I will read it from the other side. And now once again, I will take brain gray because I think it is just easier to come along with this one and with ruby color to make it the violet. But at the same time really, really dark to increase the color. The hue of the bluish here. And I'm taking some orange shadows that are coming over here. Highlights out saying that shit knows. Okay. And that's it. The work is done and our sky is a really beautiful, straight liking the big picture. 13. Conclusion: We came to an end tar Skillshare class. I'm really happy that you're here with me. I really hope that you enjoyed this class. And if you have any questions, please leave me a comment. I will be happy to answer all of your questions. And it will be a great pleasure to receive your projects or to see your projects over here on Skillshare. Thank you. Bye.