Watercolor Landscape - Dreamy Lake Reflections | Trupti Karjinni | Skillshare

Watercolor Landscape - Dreamy Lake Reflections

Trupti Karjinni, Watercolor artist and instructor

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11 Lessons (53m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:52
    • 2. Supplies

      2:53
    • 3. Getting to know our colors

      6:40
    • 4. Let's practice the techniques

      10:37
    • 5. Composition sketch

      2:33
    • 6. Forest background layer

      4:39
    • 7. Forest foreground layer

      8:31
    • 8. Wet the paper and wait

      3:01
    • 9. Painting reflections

      8:01
    • 10. Painting the birds

      3:19
    • 11. Final thoughts and pep talk

      2:10
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About This Class

Come, let's create a dreamy landscape together! Paint with me to learn how to paint a forest reflected in a lake. You will learn essential watercolor techniques in this class which you can apply to any other subject!

At the end of the class, post your final project to the Project Gallery so I can your amazing artwork! If you post this class's output on Instagram, make sure to tag me- @whatacolorgal. I'd love to share your works in my Stories! <3 

You can find my artist grade handmade watercolors and sketchbooks on https://www.etsy.com/in-en/shop/BluePineArtsBlue Pine Arts handmade watercolors

Happy painting! Cheers,

Trupti

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Trupti Karjinni

Watercolor artist and instructor

I'm a full-time watercolor artist, designer and teacher based in Belgaum, India. I'm also the founder of Blue Pine Arts which makes handmade artisanal watercolors and other art supplies. I live in the idyllic town of Belgaum with my husband, Nahush and my beloved cat, Satsuki.

I choose to work with watercolours because it is a sheer joy every time I feel the paint surge from my brush into the water. There is a degree of uncontrolla...

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