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Watercolor Green Forest Landscapes

teacher avatar Suhasini Badam, Watercolor Artist

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Lessons in This Class

14 Lessons (2h)
    • 1. Introduction to the class

      1:46
    • 2. Supplies needed

      3:42
    • 3. Techniques

      16:01
    • 4. Understanding the concept: Depth

      6:56
    • 5. Class project -1 Color study

      6:27
    • 6. Class project-1 Part-1

      13:02
    • 7. Class Project - 1 Part-2

      10:50
    • 8. Class Project - 2 Part-1

      13:04
    • 9. Class Project - 2 Part-2

      13:07
    • 10. Class Project - 3 Color Study

      4:53
    • 11. Class Project - 3 Part-1

      12:39
    • 12. Class Project - 3 Part-2

      11:33
    • 13. Class Project - 3 Part-3

      4:50
    • 14. Conclusion

      1:30
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Hi Guys,

In this class we will paint 3 beautiful forest landscapes. Are you a nature lover and did you feel anytime to capture a beauty by painting it when you see a stunning nature landscape , but you don't know how to paint.!! This is the class for you,, This is absolutely beginner friendly class . 

Topics covered in this class

  1. Painting green  landscapes
  2. Understanding concept depth
  3. how to create depth in our paintings
  4. how to make realistic greens in landscapes
  5. how to paint pine trees
  6. how to simplify sketching process
  7. how to convert a picture into painting

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Suhasini Badam

Watercolor Artist

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Hello, I'm Suhasini Badam, Watercolor Artist from India currently staying in California.

I did my bachelors in computer science but destiny has its own decision , Picked a brush inspired by some Instagram painting posts and from then it became my full time job .I started working with watercolors from 2018 and i paint  different subjects but Landscapes stole my soul .

Now I paint mostly landscapes as i am attracted towards Nature .Nature has my heart .

i do paint Florals and Acrylics sometimes . but majorly i concentrate on painting landscapes in watercolors. you can find all my works in my Instagram profile . 

 

https://www.instagram.com/art_by_choice_/

 

Here are some of my works 

 

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1. Introduction to the class: Welcome to my glass. Green forest landscapes. Although you need a brush and epic meant to get started vertically, is a material with many creates possibilities. Painting with watercolors, streaky, bending greens in watercolor is more tricky. In this lesson, we will see how we can simplify this process and paint beautiful landscapes. So this class is all about painting beautiful forest scenes. Idea big enough and wondering, can we pay in these landscapes? And yes, the Antony's S definitely, we will paint three landscapes as three different class projects and really break down the steps and make the process very, very simple that anyone who wants to paint can do this. So this glass is butter bigness to semi advanced practice that can advance their skills further by learning these elements that I'm going to say now. Have to paint different elements of forest, like pine trees, mountains, birds. After then, picture into your painting. Half to use limited color palette to create stunning landscapes. And many more dips and techniques in-between that maybe seeing. So let's start the class and pick your Britishness and gets ready to paint. 2. Supplies needed: So now let's check out this app list that are required to create this beautifully. They ask projects. So these are all this up lists that are required to finish our class. The first rung is paper. So these paper is from arches and it is 300 GSM and omnipresent in quarter one. And it is a cold pressed paper. So if you don't have the same exact paper, you can use any a 100% and render JSON cold pressed paper to get the same result. And if you want to practice any piece of paper that you have, a dual home is good enough the stack. So the next one is color palate. So we are using the stopband sets. So this has been news prime entropic guns, and this one is primal classical. So these two are the pilots and the classics ballot is the most used ballot in this class. We all must use the classics palate and really use will not do shades from these tropical palette. The main one is the classic. See, yeah, this is the ballot. And if you don't have the same color palette, don't worry, I'm going to explain all the color shirts you can use any color palette that you have at your home already. And the next one is the brushes. So these two are silver black beloved precious of size 812. And we'll be using also psi as number four. So these are round pressures. So these outer available as a set in Amazon. You can always buy them. These are very, very affordable and very, very effective publishes in order to colors. And this one is a line at British. This particular brush is from Addis sub-brand liner brush off psi is 0. And this one is, but instead will voltage. And this is pointer drown British of size eight. And this is black British, Princeton, Neptune, flag British. We'll be using this butter applying water in the background. So mostly we will be using Silver Black Velvet size 812 brushes. And if you don't have these remaining pressures also it will be OK. And the next one is Jelly Roll pen. So this one is vite, Jelly Roll Ben. And really be using this for adding highlights at the final bought paintings. And these add them most important sublease to finish our class projects. And the remaining all are the materials that we'll be using a MATLAB or any painting. So we will see what are those. So pencil and obviously, in order to sketch, we need benzene. That is it, which is common for any painting. And BEP a napkin. Dubai, both the excess paint order door shout pressures to Washington in our gracious and do jars of clean water. So are you wondering why do jars so the first is for cleaning out precious. And the second judge should always be clean water, which will be using for applying water in our background washes. And the next one is mosque needed may be using this to mask the edges by using paper. So these are beliefs that are required. So let's get started with our class. 3. Techniques: So now let's learn some techniques. So this is going to be a bit lend the lesson. So let's start our glass. So it is very important to learn the techniques pre-order starting the glass projects. So it will be easy for you to paint the glass projects along with me. So these three are the final gas projects that we have been doing that we'll be doing later in the class. So all the three are forest landscapes or national forest landscapes, which we often see when we go out. And we will see techniques like have to pay in the Sky. Maintains like everything, the elements of any forest or any nature like Sky maintains buying trees, which are, which is a very important part in these glass projects. In every glass project we have to paint binary. So we have to learn that Brian Ford and the next one is birds. So how to add these interesting birds? We will also learn that in this class only and the mountains see every painting has mountains guy binaries. So these three are the common elements of a glass products. So first we will see have to paint all these, and then we will start our class. So this is a beginner friendly class. So and even who don't know watercolors and warm to start with this class, then you can go ahead and stack. So let's learn the first technique. So the first element that we'll be learning IS guy. So we can paint sky into this van, wet on wet. And the next one is wet Andre. We can either paying this guy using wet on wet technique or wet over dry technique. Like don't wait means red paint on wet surface. So wet and dry means wet paint on dry surface. So forever class projects will be doing wet on wet technique for all the three class projects guys. So we'll be learning how to pain bet on red skies. So before learning half to transform veteran wet technique into painting a sky, we will see what is bet on red technique. So by down-weight technique means vec paint on wet paper. So I am preparing the pool of pain fast as you can see. I mixed a mix blue color in my palette. So the paint is wet and we have the wet the surface. So here I'm using clean water and my flat brush to wet the surface. As you can see, I'm covering the entire surface evenly with water. And then you have play water, make sure you covered that area entirely without any dry patches. So now my surface is bad and we have wet painted in the ballot. So now let's take the paint with a brush and apply evenly. And using left and right manner. So we don't read technique that is Dart simple. Now we will see how to convert that wet on wet technique into your beautiful sky that we are going to paint. So now let's see how to transform that into the sky. Now, again, I'm mixing the paint ahead. So when we did by using wet Henri technique is always mix your paint in a correct consistency so that you abandoned lot bleed mode. C will be applying water on the surface. So if you use more water while mixing of paint, and then the paint will bleed more as there is water already on the surface. So make your paint thick enough so that it will not bleed when you apply that on the paper. So now in the vital MRI technique, we have applied the paint evenly. Now in order to transform that into the sky, really believing some byte gaps in between. That means we are not going to apply paint all over the surface will be leaving some wide gaps in between. So data present the clouds, which give the feeling that we are bending the sky. Sea. I'm not covering the entire surface. I just left left some two or three bytes gaps in between and then covered the remaining surface. And I'm creating depth to this guy by adding some Dhaka dawns in between, as you can see, after finishing painting the first layer, I took some Dhaka tone of blue and add it here and there. So in this way we can convert the veteran where Technique into a baton made Skype. See dark, simple. We just took two minutes to finish this guy pot. So this is the start symbol. So beginners, don't worry, this take a piece of paper and practice, and we're all ready to go. And the next thing that is very, very important for class projects and fighting me forest landscape is binaries. So now let us see how to paint by entries. And in pine trees also, we can find risk using wet on wet thickness and read on dry technique. But in this class will be using both that honor technique and I don't write technique. Let's see, have to pay in binary in vet on dry technique. So let's understand the shape of the binary first. So if you see any binary, it will be in the shape of triangle, broader into a burger at the end or at the ground level and pointed to the top. So we have to remember the chip, light bending. So if I don't dry means that paint and dry self is. So I did not apply any water in the background as you can see. So just make a straight line and add running grew to that side and one group to the side and increase the size as you come down. As you can see, I started very, very small. But it's to that side and decide on the top and have increased gradually increased the size to the bottom. And I'm showing it again. And this is another way in the fetch technique. We have banded in line first and then we have the groves. So now I'm simultaneously adding the pine tree structure without placing any line in between. And this we have been derivate line and without line and be loose with your strokes. So if you are using some similar strokes to that side and this side, then it will be looking lose Lee. So always Warrior, British loser, so that you can get these loose strokes. And after finishing that, I have added some Dhaka dawn in between so that we can create some depth in the pine tree. It will not look flat, say the side binary, it is looking flat. And the pine tree that we paint a now it is looking, it has some character which we created by adding depth. So now let's see another way of doing binary and the way of adding depth to the pine tree. So in the second one, we have added depth by adding a darker tone at the last. So now we will be doing simultaneously that one also. So I have taken a darker tone and started painting. I'm holding my brush, brush very lightly and hold your breath at the lending side so that it will be easy for you to give that lose beautiful strokes so that pine tree will look perfect. So now let's see how to create depth simultaneously by binding. So I'm adding. So I have mixed two colors values of lighter green shirt and another one is darker green chain. So now I started to paint the pine tree using lighter shade. And in-between, I took a darker shade and painting. And in between, I'm switching colors, shapes as you observe. I'm switching between lighter dream and darker green. In between. And again I'm taking a darker green. And again, I'm doing it lighter green. So by varying collect tones are color shades to Docker and two litre. We can create the depth display also. So this is how we do the pine trees. So the next element is mountains. So let's see how to do the mountains. Mountains also can be painted using wet on dry and wet on wet technique. In our class we will be using wet on dry mountains. And as I said by entries also can be painter using that on dry and wet on wet technique. So mountains will be using my laundry on All in all our gas projects. So let see how to do that. So fast. I'm sketching the basic shape of the mountains. So I have sketched some two triangles shape. And let's see how to do that. So I'm taking, I'm mixing color gray, blue, and black. So now let's stack as it is wet and dry technique. I'm not applying any water before. And I'm taking some blue sharing between so that we can create some character to a painting by weighting the collect dawns. Altavista. Remember this thing? A list. Don't use a single dawn of color by painting, it will make your painting look very flat. If you wanted to add some characters, some definition to a painting, always make use of or not do dawns at least. So that van is a basic mountain. And let's see the second one. If you see the second montane, I'm leaving some wide gaps in between. So they represent the snow, snow filled mundane or snow-covered montane and bigness. Please observe how I'm mixing colors on my pilot T2. It will be very useful for you, like practicing. I'm not using a single tone at a time. I'm mixing two to three tones to get the shape that I want. So please observe that thing also. And I'm also using leftovers, often ballads, sometimes in-between. So this is the mountain that we'll be using, mostly the snow-covered montane. So as you can see, I did not apply border. I just applied paint on a wet surface. So that is how we paint the mountains in that glass. And binary, we have seen how to paint a pine tree in Bhutan dry technique. So now let's see how to do that on veteran White technique. So I'm applying water, my surface. As you can see, I'm using a flat brush to cover myself as evenly. So if you don't have a flat brush, don't worry, you can use your round brush or whatever brush you have, but make sure you cover the surface evenly. That's the main thing to remember. So now I have taken my bane that have mixed earlier. And I'm doing, I'm bending the same binary, but very, very loosely as you can see. And as this is bet on red technique, we will get some soft, nice soft just as the bleed water. And why using this bet on red technique, don't mix your band. Do watery. If you're paying these two or three, then we will not see the shape of the pine tree that we are seeing. Now. If you have mixing the Bain's loosely than the binary, we'd be bleeding and we will not get the shape that we are looking for. So now let's see how to blend it. Need paint or anything into the background so that it will not stand alone. It will be looking as a part of the background. So now I'm painting a binary, but showing the example. I'm painting a group of binaries, like two to three pine trees. I am bending. As you can see. You can observe how I'm painting by into solid is o. So if you see the bottom part here, these are some rough edges. So we don't want to see those rough edges. We want to make these binaries look as a part of the background. So in order to make that we don't want that averages, we want that bind this to be blending into the background. So just I'm taking a clean water brush and just smudging that into the background. With the Clean Water which just smudge out the edges into the background. Then you will get, now you can see that the binaries will be a part of the background, not as a separate thing existing in the universe. So that is the thing that we'll be using more. And now let's see the last one that is birds. So in order to paint the birds here, I'm using Cilla Black Velvet size and before British, I am using the editor black paint and von stroke and body. And then another stroll and vile bending the birds determine the direction that you want to pin first and then start bending. You can feign some flying downside out, some flying upside sideways. And you can also vary the size of the birds. And normally to add much details as you can see, I'm just adding one link to that site, one wing to the side, and some Dhaka tone in the middle. That's it. You a bird's-eye finished. So these are the techniques that are required that are mostly used. And let's see one important technique in the next lesson. So we dart, lessen the techniques. Gas is finished, we can start our class projects. 4. Understanding the concept: Depth: Creating a believable landscape painting is in that tired. We just need to understand some important techniques to do that. So a big struggle that beginners have in watercolors is creating depth, especially landscapes. So half to stop your fainting from looking flat. To do this, you need to create the illusion of depth and distance. And there are many ways we can do this. So let me show some of the ways to create the depth in the coming lesson. And let me show some of the big test or understand this concept. So if you see this picture, you can easily say that the mountains are in the distend and the trees are in the foreground. So the mountains which are present in the distance are very pale in color and that trees, so there are also two layers in these trees. The background trees are lighter and the foreground trees are more dark, current, vibrant compared to the back threes. So here is another example. Here is another picture. If you see that distant mountains, the mountains which are present very far of fMRI Baylor in color compared to the Middleground mountains. And if you see the foreground grass or green field area is very brighter compared to the middle drawn R4 grow out the background mountains. So in this Vivek and create the depth. So this is the bacteria that are you using to paint our final class project. So in this, in this picture, also you can see that the mountains are paler in color. That means that in the very, very distend to our eye and that binaries are in the middle ground and the bottom grass is in the foreground. So by now you can understand that, that distant objects are always pellet compared to the foreground objects. So in this way we can create the depth. And another important technique that we use to create depth is creating layers. So if he placed among dense in the background layer and three is in the foreground layer, then we can create the illusion of depth. See, I'm taking a gray shade and with very, very more water. See, I used more water and less paint to paint this mundane so they look paler. So this is for distant one Danes and I'm paintings and vibrant greens in front of that. So we can easily say by seeing this picture dat, that binaries are in the foreground, comeback to the mountains that the vendor. And if we want to create trees which are more in the foreground compared to these liens also. Then just make another color mixture of brighter green. See now I'm mixing the color darker color of green using more black and green. So I'm beaming yet another layer of grease. And as this is the foreground element, foreground elements will always be in more detail compared to the background runs. And you can clearly see that these brighter greens are in the foreground and the greens are in the middle ground and the mountains are in the background. And AltaVista, remember, the background objects or the elements will have less detailed and the foreground elements will always be with greater detail. So this is the thing, and let me show an example of how you can do that. So this is the background montane, see, I'm just using more water and less pain to, to do this. And I'm bending some foreground pine trees in towards the left. And as you can see. And on this remember foreground element will have much detail compared to the background ones. So I'm adding some trees. And if you want to add some distant trees, then detail that much new Delhi is not necessary. As you can see, I'm just some blob of paint, of green paint to represent that there are some greens at the foothills of the mundane and the at the foot of the montane. And some brighter greens in, towards the front. But so that's it. And this brighter order towards the friend which is very needed to r i. So this is how we, they represent the concept of depth in our paintings. As we'd go back, the object, we become more Baylor. And as you go friend, the object will be more brighter. So if you go in the outside world and observing your eyes, then you can clearly observe this for that mountains which are present in the distance are more lighter, paler compared to the objects which are present in, in front of all. The objects present in front of our eye are very Docker. So in order to understand the concept of depth and in order to present the concept of depth d naught banding that are some points to remember that these overlapping is important so that the background elements are in the back and the foreground settlements or in the friend. And the background elements paint with less detail and the foreground with more detail. And background elements are very cooler compared to the foreground elements. And this is our class project. If you see, you can easily say that the mountains are in the distend and that my interests are in the middle ground and the bushes out in the front. And if you see the binaries also the darker pine trees or towards more doors of an eight. And that makes the remaining binaries are in the middle ground. So this is how we understand the concept of depth. And please absorbed by Hugo out and observation is very, very important to understand this concept. So hope you understand this slurred stat outgas. 5. Class project -1 Color study: Welcome to the first batch of device class project, which is sketching and cholesterol. So before starting any glass project, we have to learn, we have to understand what are the colors that we'll be using. So we will see that in this class. So this is the painting that we're going to paint now. So this is one of my earliest paintings. So we're going to recreate this today's class project. So will be getting this first and then see what are the color shirts that we'll be using and Hub don't mix those color shades before starting our class project. So let's get started with this getting but an IB attaching this budget in the resources section so that you can also copy the picture and use it for sketching. So before starting the sketching, I'm dipping down the edges using my masking dip. And have brought this masking tapes from Amazon. And you can also use scotch tape. Or you can use your masking tape. And I'm starting to paint with my pencil. And vice time starting with the horizon line. So horizon line is a line which separates from the bottom, that is sky from the bottom and ground. So this is my horizon line. So the dotplot will be the mountains. I'm starting with among Danes of blame. And sketching will be very minimal. In our paintings. The beauty comes from painting. And we do only minimal sketching. And we add all the essential elements by bending. And if you want to try a different bacteria using the same methods that you learned in this class. Then you can always do that. Wanting, always look out for inspiration. You can always carry a sketchbook and sketch out some ideas and sketch out some scenarios when you go, when you go and visit a national. But there are many beautiful things in a national park that we witness. So always carry a sketchbook and sketch out some ideas when you see a beauty instantly. So now it's getting is finished. So I'm picking it up sheet and dry out dividends shares. So the first one is for the sky, next one is for Mondelez. And. We'll see what we were using, but the green spot, that dark pine trees. So but this guy, I'm mixing blue. And I see, I see blue. So this blue is similar to ultramarine blue. So if you don't have the classics ballot, you can use ultramarine blue from any other different valid. So I have mixed equal amounts of blue and icy blue to get these beautiful dawn, which we will be using for our sky area. And the next one is for the mundane. A demand Danes VB using gray and a bit of blue, C. So this is the dawn that we'll be using from the mundane. And I'll be also using a darker Dawn for the mountains by adding a little bit of black into the mixture. So this is the darker tone that we got by adding a little bit of black. So as I said, I don't use as engaged on for a painting. I always use two or three shirts. So the next one is, this is the color from white knights pilot. So so this shared is turquoise, green. This is from White Nights pilot. This is the shared that we'll be using for border. So this is how it looks. So we are going to mix turquoise green with ISE blue to get the tone that we will be using for Lake today. So this is the term that we've offered by mixing the students will affect for a lake. And if you want to dock in it, then we can always add some blue. So this will be the shared, finally shared. And the next we'll see what we'll be using put binaries. So if I'm, binaries may be using green. So this is a pure green without mixing any other dawn. So this is green. And in order to make that dream litre will be adding LO. If we add green and a load and we'll get a lighter tone of green. And then we add blue to green. We'll get a darker tone of green. And if you don't have this green or this ballot with you, you can always go with Sap Green. From any other pilot. Sap Green is available in almost all other brands, then you can do that. And the last one I have mixed a tiny bit of black to get even more darker tone of green. So these are all the shares that we'll be using. Phi montane Sky Greens and the lake. So now let's get started with our final one. 6. Class project-1 Part-1: So now let's start our actual painting, actually bending off class project number one. So now I'm mixing color tone for the sky is blue plus AC blue. So as we have discussed, the sky pack really do in wet on wet technique. So I'm getting my sky area using my similar Blackwell with size number 12 brush. And make sure to read your surface. And now it is smaller number brush that insula black velvet eight. I'm taking the bind that we have mixed. And I'm doing the sky as the same thing that we have discussed in the techniques glass. That is leaving some byte gaps and then finding the remaining areas. And if you can see, I'm bending the color, collect on very light towards thought isn't, that is just to the top of the mountains. The kiloton is very, very lighter, but on the dog, but I have used a bit Dhaka Dawn. So that's it for Dow sky. So in order to pay in the mountains, led the sky part to be dry. If we start to paint them on dense novel itself, then those two colours will blend into each other as this both colors remove it. So now we're late for that too dry and then we'll bring the mountains. So in the meantime, I'm mixing qualifier Mountains that is grape less blue. So now this part has dried. So if you want your paper to dry quickly, you can use a Dryad law. You can always leave it didn't. And now I started to paint them on things. And when you paint them on Danes, So he had, in our case, mountains in the background. So that in the distance, what is present in the foreground is the tunis. So in order to make it look like that, mountains are in the background. We are ending it with a lighter tone. So every time I remember distinctly the background, distant objects are always enlightened dawn. In the foreground, elements are always in the darker and brighter color tones. So the mountains are in the background, so we are using a lighter tones of our colors to paint them. Lighter tone is nothing but less pain and more water. And Docker Dawn is nothing but mod paint and less water. That's the difference. And as you can see, I'm not entirely filling the mundane. I'm just adding the shadow box up the mundane and living that I showed the space. As, you know, painting is noisy, montane snow, fairly mundane. So in a small valley, mountain will see only shadows. And the remaining area will be covered with snow, which is white. Obviously we cannot we can see the colored. So what makes it look as a snowy Mondale is the shadows. So we have bending this shadows here. And as you can see, I'm not creating that ended area, I'm just leaving gaps. And now Amman danced by this finished eig highlights onto the more bins, but the last part of the lesson. And next is finding the pine trees. So now let's add binaries here under the base of the surroundings. So now let's mix the color that is green. I'm taking green and blue. As I said, if you don't have the same color palette, you can use sap green, sand grains available at any other brands like men sit in your dental order. Sheets are whatever brand you are using. So I'm starting with extreme right? And white bending these binaries, I be aiding the colorant density from light to dark or dark to light. And are gonna make it looked like the boundaries are present in some neater and some binaries. Binaries are behind those. So in our Don't make it free like that, I'll be changing the electrons. See the first find real health painter with a lighter tone. And the second one, I'm losing some docket Don. And we have learned half to get the doctrine of just mix some black or some. Kodak. Did a doctoral degree. I am bending many, many pine trees, as you can see. Some color and some with a lighter color. Okay. And now let's start with under the lake. Let's mix the color. They start Guys, green and blue. And this lake they are painting in wet over dry technique. That is, I'm not applying water before on the paper. I'm just applying wet paint onto the dry paper and became full light bending a dangerous as the three spot ISTE read them might blend into each other. So if posible leave a tiny bit of gap between those two so that they can't, they don't blend into each other, are made for the trees to dry and then start blending the form. So after finding half, but I'm taking water and blending the same thing, using water onto the whole bit but the bottom, but I'm adding some greens that are present the grass. And we will add binaries on the top of them in the next layer. And I'm writing some leaves kind of thing, just adding some strokes here and there. That's it. And I'm mixing some Dhaka dawn by mixing some blue in order to pay in the shadows of the trees that we help paint it. And this part you have to do with that water pipe is still red. So if the border part becomes dry, you can see the shot, but just that we have fallen here as my water area has dried in this part so we can see the shot I just did. So if you don't want to see that sharp edges and if we wanted to shadow to blend into that water, then make sure you paint when the paper is when no lake but SDD vector. So now about fresh layer is almost finished. So this is our first layer. It is almost finished. Now, Women cede that thought layer. On the next lesson. 7. Class Project - 1 Part-2: And now we have come to the last bag of disgust project, which is the top layer. So in the top layer, what we are going to do is add on the foreground pine trees. So directly BY other final layer. So I'm mixing, collect on for that by Andres which is green. And as we have bending the top layer now, Doppler, it will always be looked brighter and better the backbone lens. So we have to use a codon. So I'm mixing green, black, and blue two then this darker tone, green and light bending these binaries. And also we are going to use some donor differences. Like in some places we are adding Dhaka, Donald green Mandaka-Mnono Flynn, like adding more black on blue. And in some places we are adding like a dawns. So and this is just to make sure that our bending doesn't look flat. So making this depth are donor and differences will create so much depth and character Dog Painting, Soviet doing that. Say I started with the lighter pine tree here to the extreme right? And I'm writing some Dhaka dawns here and there to create the depth. Can he it, I'm using CDMA black rabid size number eight British. And then I'm adding it Dukkha guanylate boundary. And in-between. Am I adding even more dark codon to create some depth? And when we come to the bottom, but as you can see, I'm doing that edges into the bag alone. So that this technique we have learned in our techniques, glass blending that into the background. So I'm doing that. And I'm leading the cytosol define keys like one medium, dotted by name and one shorter run like that. So I have added $1 tree to the right side up though paintings. So in order to balance that, we'd be adding some dollar trace to that right, left save of the painting. So this will create balance, which is very important in any painting. So a very balanced bending will look very good and very pleasing to the eye. So that is why balancing this very important. Sinatra, I'm starting with the left side ones. And here we have bending only half the binary. And I'm making nuclei as if half by entry is present out of town photograph in peace and said intent to painting. And he had been defending tallest pine tree. And Doc, I don't. And as you can see, I'm using very zigzag backends, appending the pine trees. I'm not being uniform by painting the binary groups. You also don't be so uniform. Light bending these pine trees. So this irregular groups is what gives me, what makes our painting more interesting to you. So if it is more uniform, it will look like some keeps painting it or something. So make your bending feeling mode lose and more vibrant and realistic. Incorporates nets into your painting exit. Okay. Okay. And now I'm adding some for drone pine trees which are present on the top part. And I'm defining the edges here between water and the trees by adding some lines, some lines with the NAACP and green chair. And he had MIT in some dark color to represent that these boundaries are present in the foreground comeback to the back lens. And we'll be using the blending technique here also. I am bending group of pine trees here. And we're going to blend them bottom part into the bag down by using the technique that we have learned. Like I'm just Washington my brush and clean Russians merging the borders into the backlog. Next it some lines in between do to present the stem of the binary and adding some grass. And the bottom. Here I'm using appointed and refresh. And now only add highlights to the mountains. Highlights is nothing but I might in some dark lines in between. There's a and now I'm taking my dear little Eventbrite, the final highlight. So final highlights is nothing but adding some white lines as stems are branches, and adding some white grass or adding birds like that, which we call as highlights. So here I am adding some lines in the binaries here and there. And I'm adding some grass and the bottom bought. So they're tick. And now I feel that this place is empty in the middle. So I added a tiny short binary. And IVs look back after finishing your branding so that you can understand what you can change. Father worked is dry it out, what is wrong, and more changes you can make. So I'll vending is now finished. So this is that simple. In these simple steps, we finished painting this beautiful piece. 8. Class Project - 2 Part-1: So after successfully finishing our first class project, let's move on to second class project. So this class project is also going to be the creation of one of my old paintings. So, so this is the pending that we are going to recreate now. So this is a national foolish landscape again. So these are pictures I have downloaded from royalty free sites like and splash and our Googles on benzene. So I will address this picture in the resources section so that you can also copy and sketch. So we are going to paint the scene. So I'm not going to do a color study lesson for this class project because we are going to use all the same share set we have used for the glass Project one. So this class project has mostly greens as this is a complete green landscape. So the gradients that have used in the glass project run the same that we're going to use here also. That is green and green plus blue and the red are codon reinvest blue plus black. And to get a lighter tone Green ps L. Ok, that's it. Now I have started to sketch. So again, I'm starting with, I always like to start my sketching with dyes in line so that we can divide the bending and we can start sketching in parts. So now it's getting this finally done. Let start to Bain. Again. We'll start with the Skype. So for this guy makes the same dorms. I see blue and blue and we're going to use the same right on right technique. So I'm hitting the surface before by using my singlet blackbody size number 12 brush. These pressures are my favorite ones. I use these bridges to paint anything until I must use this for every painting, these precious. So now I have taken this one little branch that he says then But a brush and started to play in the sky. So this guy is also the same as we have as we did in the freshman, living some wide gaps and banding that in many ADS with these blue. So now we let that Skype bot to dry and then really paint among Danes. I'll stay in strike. So let's start to pin them on Danes. So in this gas project onto the mountains will be in the background. The foreground elements, maybe the binaries. So the background mountains will be enlightened dorm in this case also. So we're going to paint in a light at dawn possible. So I am using here grey color. And I'm using bubble this time, a tiny bit of globally and more grey. And as you can see, I'm living on light spot in between. So in the last class project, mountane is more snowfall in montane, and this one is not that small print run as we are not living, do many wide gaps here. So in the last class project, now mountain is on most biotechs up some shadows. So here except some snow that it Manning's Mondale is the limit shadows. And if you'll see, I'm almost using no pain in the bottom, back up the mundane. And I'm dropping some blue paint it in their present Misty binaries. As you can see, Miss D by inducing the distant in order to represent them. I'm dropping these Gilbane paid on dead end up, but, um, but on-demand Danes. And now I'm mixin color for the grasp on grass, identifying the grassy area. So for this, I'm using a lighter tone of green. That is, by mixing L0 to the green may get delight at dawn and a tiny bit of black to neutralize that vibrant color. So, yeah. So I'm starting to think that in my downright technique and I'm leaving the baht between with no paint and then that later after finishing the grass area and coming to the bottom. But I'm increasing that collect on like the dark carbon. And I'm living, I'm carefully leaving the place. Kept. Here also, I am bending the bottom but with some darker dawn. And now I'm mixing color for the pathway. So but the bot that I'm using brown, ready very lighter to enough Brown. And carefully painting, leaving the F2's, as you can see, the green paint is still wet. It may blend into each other. These two colors blend into each other. So I'm being careful by appending this brown. So I left that tried drying. So it has dried. So let's paint the dog the next layer. So in the next layer we are painting the pine trees here at the bottom of the montane. So I'm bending some binaries using blue shade. So in order to present them as the distant binaries and the foreground binaries, they're going to paint with the green, dark green, jade. Green mimics in green and black. And I am, isn't Cilla Black Willard forward number here as V. We have to bend some smaller trees here I am using this molar perish. So if you're comfortable bindings monetary is with a bigger pressure, then you can do that. Or else you can go with a smaller number pressure always. And heroes, I'm going to change the color, tonal difference between tree and tree in order to create some depth to our pending. Okay. So with this, we finished this lesson. So in the next lesson we repaint the foreground elements. See you there. 9. Class Project - 2 Part-2: Let's talk about finite part and the second part of the glass project to. So in this part we're going to pay the full Ron green trees that green binaries and finish it, finish the look as a green forest. So if I have this, I have mixed green and black color, the foreground binaries and have shouted of pain from the extreme right? So I'm bending the half binary fast. As you can see, I'm using Zeta Blackwell with size number, a, brush and, and Beginners. And if you're a big net in watercolor, please observe my hand movements by bending it by entry and see how loosely I have picked up my branch and how I'm moving my brush to get that random strokes give and please upped up and we'll get into your mind. So that is very, very important in painting. And during these binaries is also very, very quick combat to a, what is this structural by Indri, these lose binary is very, very quick to paint, very, very easy to veined and made a very, it looks very, very attractive. So I always paint the binaries in this way. So now I'm on another binary. And as you can see, I have make stupid rules on green one with the dot-dot-dot, anyone with the lighter tone in order to create the Dorian difference in between. So I'm extrude bones. As you can see, I'm switching between these two. I'm using Dhaka dorm and in between them. So Jim do light at dawn and in between I'm using docket Dawn and in between I'm using sqlite atan. So I'm doing this in order to achieve that. Donald in our door, bring out that character and dot painting. So as this is a green varnish landscape, the foreground ADME befriended the binaries. Made. A lot of binaries here, bind binaries. So we can give it a look of forest. As you can see, a glass projects totally, totally dependent on the pine trees. So if you don't, if you don't paint binaries, please practice before starting the class projects, as this three class projects are freely love it a lot, a lot of pine trees, so we please practice before and then stock to paint the finite pieces. So it will be easy for you to paint and if you practice prayers. So now coming to the extreme left. Okay. And you can see my brush moment here carefully. And I did not give this video a motion that is mighty and speed of bending a binary. So in that spirit, we can get some random lines and anime strokes which are ready input int. So it is different from one another. So some can get random strokes in very slow motion are RNA in a normal speed, but I paint them with Betty speed. So that is my style. And the bottom by dies you can see I'm filling with some trees. Oddly, it's like kind of thing to make it look as if artist. And I'm leaving. But as you can see, I'm in between M springing from Dhaka tunnel pane. And here I felt that this boundary is very flat. So am I adding depth by adding some docket drawn here and there in that binary in that particular country. And then I am defining the bottom-up by adding some, by adding Docker Donna Green to both sides and blending that Dhaka turn into the background. So as I said, we'll be using this blending technique in so many places. You know, a glass products are in many bindings were used as blending technique, which is also important beginner technique that anyone much less. And so he, I find MDs, but I'm adding one more binary. And the finally binary, or define a layer of binary. So this binary, I'm painting with them very Docker dawn As you can see, almost black. So this represents that this binary is in the foreground. Combat to all the binaries. This is the foreground worker on more Spain binary. You can definitely understand by seeing the final Elizabeth said that this binary is in the foreground compared to the other runs. So by maintaining the tonal difference, this is how we can get you the distance of, the distance between the objects and now, right? So this concept is important. So we have discussed that in the techniques and lesson. So all the techniques that we have discussed in this class are very, very beginner friendly and very, very important techniques that any watercolor our dish should know before starting to work with watercolors. So such epinephrine, new techniques. And hit I'm painting some, buying three sunlight or don't buy interests and blending them into the background. As you can see, the blending technique again now using Hampton ending picnic. Okay. And we have come to the highlighting backed up the binding. That is the last bot and I'm adding some grass or some lines or whatever that makes that elevate the painting that I'm trying to do. And I'm adding some Dukkha Don Brown here in the pathway. So in these models Molly, things that elevate the painting, which we call as highlights, highlighting layer, so that we are doing now. And now I have been the same as media in the vice Glass project, like adding some lines when two binaries don't represent them as a branches and adding some grass. That's what this is what we are doing. Spot for this he has M2. So by the end of these two glass projects, you might be very comfortable with painting it V-naught refine by interior and National Forest. I'm pretty sure about that. You can bake in a flutist on national forest landscape on your own. So that is what we are going to do in the next class project. They are going to take a picture and we are going to convert that into a painting in the next class project. So if you've gone to, can try epitope Theodore and all, it's all. So I have finished the painting by adding some birds here. Has it Kenzie in the US that saved with this glass project. The next banding second-guess project group, I'm sure you'll go into confidence. So let's meet a class project number three. 10. Class Project - 3 Color Study: Now let's start of a third and final class project. So this class project is different from the other blue glass products because another two glass products we recreated out my, one of my old bindings. But in this class project we are going to convert a picture, India painting. So this is the picture that I have downloaded from an splash. So we are going to paint this now. So by bending it picture, by converting a picture India painting. So first, look at the picture and think what are the elements that you need that you want to include in the painting? And what are the elements that you want to remove from me in the painting? So in this picture, if you see, I want to include all sky and mountains and trees in order. So I want to simplify these picture into the paintings. He, let's see how I do that. And let's start to paint. So in this lesson we are going to sketch and we are going to see what are the colors that we are going to you use for disbanding. And in the next lessons we're going to start painting. So I started sketching. So vials because you also, I'm getting only the important elements that I'm going to transfer from the photograph. So the lake. So first, again, I started by sketching the horizon line as every time. And I started painting, sketching below the horizon first, so the lake. So the central fact collection of this picture lies in the late part of the Lake area. So I'm going to give that leg area and I was getting that. And it would be some bushes. So here is the tree as in the picture. And it is all the green bar. So I'm not sketching them separately. I'm just sketching the outline or some high-level picture of UC. So here will be a big pine tree and it would be a smaller pine tree. And he had all the B, the bag known binaries between Bain band. It would be the full grown by intelligence. And HIV would be the bushes and the green bushes. But I'm not I'm not specifically sketching any small lead detail. I'm just sketching the higher level details. But the mundane. I'm getting this du monde dance that are present in the picture run in the background and foreground. So that's it. My sketching is almost done. I just transmit the main elements and the main D mocked-up picture into this painting. And all things will be done by bending. So now let's see what are the colors that we'll be using for this painting. So I'm digging that up sheet and trial and error some shades so that we can understand which colors will go well and which will not go. So for the sky, I'll be using this blue, blue, and purple mix to get this neutral blue shade. And I wonder do this guy as a cloudy sky so far, the clouds, I will be using this grey and blue mixture. But the cloud shadow will be using this. And for the sky we'll be using blue and purple mixture. And for the greens, we'll be using green. So now the tropical ballots comes into the picture. So, so this is one of the shared that we'll be using and that name AS batted survey to induce that batter cheered. And for the green will be using the green from the glass. It's valid. And again, green plus blue, make sure to get a Sap Green and the black mixture to get adapted to one of the green. And for the mountains will be painting purple, blue, and black mixture to get a darker grayish tone. So these are all issues that we'll be using and sees our color palette. So let's start to paint in the next lesson. 11. Class Project - 3 Part-1: So I come to back one. So without wasting any time, let's get started. So for the sky will be doing a cloudy sky. So we'll be doing that in wet, in wet technique as we did in the first, second run in the fast trains that can run very deep planes guy, but this will be doing a cloudy sky. Let see how to do how to paint a cloudy sky now. So I have heard this office as usual as we did in the past projects. So now I'm mixing color for the sky is blue and purple. And I'm mixing the cloud shadow that is gray and blue and purple. Blue and purple, only limited amount and more of grey. So fast I'm starting to buy in the cloud. As you can see. I'm painting with chiral mixture and I'm leaving some small wide gaps in between. As you can see, if you observe LDL cloud picture, then you can see some light areas in between the clouds. So that dark gray part represent the cloud shadow and the right thing to present the actual cloud. So that we have achieved in this. And I'm bending a huge cloud to the extreme left. And this guy will be to the right. That means the left part of the sky. They be of cloud coverage area and the right part way be dust guy. So this is how we are, we are doing this. And now comes to the sky. So I'm taking blue plus verbal and starting to paint. And by bending this guy, if you see emulating some white areas again and one more bottom, but so on mess leave space between the sky and the cloud so that we can differentiate between the sky and the clouds. So I have left a space, as you can see. And so this is only a high-level cloud painting. So if you want to learn how to paint realistic clouds, then you can always watch my glass expressing watercolor landscapes, in which I have explained how to bend realistic clouds in easy ends implemented. So now our cloud out sky pot is dried. So let's do the mundane. So for the mountains, I'm mixing blue and gray and black, dark gray and bluish gray, dawn. And I'm mixing a bit of green to, to add that pinch off green shade to the mundane. And I'm citing two pained. And I'm living some wide gaps as you can see. And there are two mountains here, one in the end when the foreground. So I'm starting with the five dished mundane. And you can always use that evidence bacteria in order to decide what colors to use. And we're church to use. So if you are more creative than you can use your own shared stoop. So HER choice, I bet, the vast mountain. So now I'm blending these hard edges by painting the second montane on the top of that. So the second mountain will be in a bit foreground compared to the background mountains. So the foreground mountain will be in a bit darker tone. As you can see, I mixed and aka don't know, grayish blue. And this is all this mundane Spain this morning doing Madonna, but my darn dry technics audi. You end up playing that Bain on dry paper. No pre-order admitting this office. So then coming to the dawn, the lower part of the mountain, see I have used very, very light at dawn because under the lower part of the mountain There will be by increase. So in order for the pine trees to be in agreement on, the bottom of the mountain should be in light at dawn. Because if we paint the mountain with a jacket dawn till the end, then if we paint green on the top of that, then the green and dark color background color will mix and it will be some Mardi dot codon which we don't want. We want other bought them onto montane to look more green. So I am bending lower part with a light at dawn almost with water. So we will paint the binaries here, the background by entries. So we have land in the techniques glass, how to paint binaries in Bhutan by techniques. So this is, we are going to implement that thing here. In order to represent the distant binaries I'm doing, I'm taking this step, I am doing this step. So I'm just adding some green. So that green that I have added ease padded from dropped calls, palate. So now I'm taking Green from glass, expanded and adding some shapes of pine trees in wet on wet technique in order to present them as a background binaries. And there will be another layer of binaries on the top of this. Often this layer gets dry. So in this layer is just to represent some green kind of studies that are there, that are present in the background. And this is the layer of the painting. So that will always be the background layer and there will be a foreground layer and highlighting layered on top of them. So this is a background layer which we've replaced all the colors where they should be. So I'm placing on the colours like here, there will be green bushes, so I place the green color and we will convert that into the bushes in the layers coming. So if at the border, but I'll be using the dark eyes green net we have used in the first step wise, green is from White Nights palette, and you can also use stock wise getting from any of them, right? All brands almost. And if you don't have it up on the screen share you can mix ultramarine blue and green, emerald green or any green share. Then you will get this beautiful turquoise green shape and makes that blue and black to get redact codon. And I'm gainfully painting in the lake. And they have used to Dhaka DOM via, As you can see. And next m smudging law that with motor campaigned. And in the next layers will be painting pine trees in the doped layer so that Brian trees are the trees with reflection will be in the water. So B will be adding the reflection beforehand as the deflection should be banded in my gunmen technique and the paper is wet. So we're continuing. We had doing the deflections. Now it cell by the top pine trees, we were done in the next layer. So I'm taking the green as it ends a, and painting the reflections of the trees. And this should be done when the paper is still wet. When the lake that we paint any still wet in order to get the soft edges. So if you bend under bourbon dries, then you'll get hard edges which will not look like a deflection. So if we want to achieve the look of reflection, you should paint in my dawn, my technique. And now I'm lifting off pain from some maniacs. So in our good liftoff dishwasher British completely and remove all excess water by PO4 lets us water using a paper napkin and remove the paint using the stroke. And that's it. So it will give some beautifully effect of reflection of light in the water. So I'm doing this step. So not modify sled is finished the base layer. So we'll be doing a doped layer in the next lesson. Let's see. 12. Class Project - 3 Part-2: So guys, welcome to the second part of their class project. So in this part we are going to pay in the top layer for this landscape. So what we'd be on the top layer, so obviously pine trees. So the pine trees, we'd be on the topmost layer in this class project. So I'm mixing color for the same. So I'm mixing blue balls of paint, one with a lighter shade of green and one with a darker tone up green, the lighter shade of green. I'm mixing green, yellow, and a tiny bit of blue. Don't utilize that vibrant color. And in the darker tone, I'm mixing green plus black and blue. So my color pools are ready. So I started painting the trees. And as you can see, I'm changing the intensity of the colors. Sometimes in Zambia as, as I'm painting with light at dawn and the bottom parts and bending with the Dhaka dawn. So this gives beautiful character to our painting and depth to our painting. So this is what I'm doing. Make sure to leave the bottom part of the pine tree in this exact border or pattern. So we have a bush under, underneath the pine tree. So in order to represent the top part of the bush, we are bending the bottom part of the pine tree in the zigzag baton. So these small things we make a painting beautiful. See, if you see the second binary I have been doing with the dark codon and I'm letting them color tones of IT bending this band by injuries. As we have been doing many, many trees here, like a bunch of trees or so many trees. So if you've burned all the strings with the same color tone, then you're painting, we looked very, very flat and it will not at all look interesting to the audience. So in order to make your painting interesting, I'm omitting the color tones of these trees. Some trees I'm bending with the lighter tone ends Andreessen banding with the Dhaka dawn. So you also keep in mind by bending this glass project aboard this. And as you can see, I'm bringing them out, check Masdar bending by sprinkling some backup drawn here and there in the bottom part of the trees. And if you see, we have painting now in the bottom part of the mountains. And I'm not specifically painting a particular a pine tree. I'm just following the shape of the pine tree and disciplining the paint. And in-between Albania, Dhaka tonal binaries. So it will look very good and it will represent their descend distend, please fee. So it is what we want here in this. And if you observe, I'm not giving any detailed details here as we did in the extreme right. Please. Just make my gang showed that the shape of the pine tree and remaining all I'm blending into each other, leaving some wide gaps. And the next one to the extreme left boundaries to the extreme left. If we seen that picture before and we got some very dark at dawn trees. So I'm mixing very Dhaka tonal value here by mixing more black into the green. And I'm tracking Dupain this 3.5, which is visibly. And here also, I am leaving some zigzag button in the bottom Batoche the tree, as it represents the top of the bush that we will paint below this fun. And next there'll be another more darker. So I'm almost using black to paint this with a very little bit of green in it. And as you can see, I'm painting very free motions and moving my brush very, very flee freely and giving more random strokes. Dashed, making sure that it represent the shape of the tree, like narrow at the top and broad at the bottom. Eight. Now I'm building these trees and then into the background. So this blending technique we have learned in this lesson. I'm trying to imitate some bushes on grass. And I'll kind of thing. Okay. We see it in the next lesson. See you there. 13. Class Project - 3 Part-3: So let's get started with this final bought Dr. Glass project three. So this is the part where we do all the highlights and all the final stuck to finish off this painting. So, so after observing, so I felt that this area is empty. So I am writing it here using a smaller brush of size four. And I always recommend my stored ins to recheck once they finish their painting to see if they can add anything or if they want to mask anything out. So it, it really helps a lot. Go back and check what you have done. And I'm adding some Dhaka trees in the places where I feel it looks Baylor empty. It need not to be in the original picture. You can add your own things. Why? Fainting and and the final painting need not be same as the difference between, so the finite bending should be looking or you thought in your mind. So that's the difference and friends picture is only two. Place the elements like with the tree should be and where the lake should be. And it will give some idea of how to pain that thing. And the remaining all things we can do on our own. And we can also choose our own colors. No need to copy the exact colors that are present in our landscape RNF photograph. We can use it on imagination. As you can see, the picture that I have posted here contains more vibrant greens. But I wanted my painting to look Saturday, so I am using these green shirts and also this class is about using limited color palette. I'm using only these classics ballot for my entire class. So in order to and maintain this ballot, I'm using these greens as elected, these greens as ever got a color palette. So if we wanted to go out on this ballot, and if we want to try out these with another vibrant colors or another green j's, then you can definitely do that. Just make sure to use two or three dawns while bending these binaries on. And I think to create their depth and degrade some interesting character to your painting. And here at the last, I am adding some green grass are Bush kind of thing. And here I'm using a lighter tone of green as you can see. And in order to elevate that, I'll be adding some Macedonian between now. And I'm writing some transparent trees. As you can see. We almost no paint and more water. And if you'll see I'm adding no Dhaka dawns to create depth. And the final that is adding birds. So I'm creating some moment for these birds in the direction of these birds flying. So larger birds to the DOB and smaller birds to the bottom. I am doing that. And as you can see, I'm creating some pattern. Innovate. These birds are flying. And the last part, I'm using glide deliver open and adding some branches of stems and some lines or grass, some highlights. And if you don't have this Vijay literally open, you can always use white gosh. So I'm going to add some bright red flowers, no bottom grass area, as you can see, I'm writing here right from the same valid. So I'm doing this disc to bring some vibrant element to this painting. So now appending is just finished and it's already looking awesome. So hope you enjoyed bending this along with me and see you in the conclusion. But thank you. Thank you guys. 14. Conclusion: So we just finished our glass. So had lots of fun datanew oil and hope you also had lots of fun bending along with me. So let me share a quick recap of what we have learned in this class. So in the first class project, we have learned have to bend a beautiful lake scene where we used greens, a lot of greens to paint the binaries. We learned how to add depth to our pain, pine trees. And we had a lot of learning and fun bending this class project. And in the second class project, we have seen how to paint a lush green forests landscape, where we painted snow freely mountains, which will be in the background. That is, we have learned how to paint a mountain in the background, and we have learned how to create depth using different tonal values. And in the third class project, we have learned how to convert a picture into your painting by simplifying the drying process and simplifying the thought process of how to paint after cannot epic turned into painting. And also we have, we have learned how to bring the birds. So these are all the things that we have learned in this class and have attached all little friends images in the resources section so that you can see. So if you try any of these glass projects, please post in the gas project section. Tag me in your works in Instagram. Thank you guys.