Watercolor Landscapes | learn to paint paddy fields in watercolor | Beginner Friendly | Suhasini Badam | Skillshare

Playback Speed


  • 0.5x
  • 1x (Normal)
  • 1.25x
  • 1.5x
  • 2x

Watercolor Landscapes | learn to paint paddy fields in watercolor | Beginner Friendly

teacher avatar Suhasini Badam, Watercolor Artist

Watch this class and thousands more

Get unlimited access to every class
Taught by industry leaders & working professionals
Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

Watch this class and thousands more

Get unlimited access to every class
Taught by industry leaders & working professionals
Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (1h 21m)
    • 1. Introduction to the class

      1:19
    • 2. Supplies Required

      2:01
    • 3. Learning time..!

      4:56
    • 4. Color Study- Project-1

      6:23
    • 5. Class Project-1 Part-2

      25:41
    • 6. Class Project-2

      18:15
    • 7. Class Project-3

      21:05
    • 8. Final Thoughts

      1:46
  • --
  • Beginner level
  • Intermediate level
  • Advanced level
  • All levels
  • Beg/Int level
  • Int/Adv level

Community Generated

The level is determined by a majority opinion of students who have reviewed this class. The teacher's recommendation is shown until at least 5 student responses are collected.

71

Students

13

Projects

About This Class

Hi Guys,

In this class we will paint 3 beautiful green landscapes filled with paddy fields. 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 . 

Landscapes are complex compositions because they are made up of different layers (foreground, middle-ground and background), each containing different textures, visual effects and natural elements that we have to know how to paint. This makes painting one a very challenging task for the beginner watercolor artist.

In this class we will paint these stunning yet simple ones.we will then study important and recurring elements prior in techniques class. By taking things one step at a time, we'll be able to gain confidence in our skills and will save ourselves a lot of frustration when finally attempting to paint a complete landscape.

In total we will paint 3 landscapes as 3 class projects one bigger and 2 mini landscapes . And the whole concept is about painting a paddy field.we will see 3 different themes of the same concept.’

71eb6716.jpg

Meet Your Teacher

Teacher Profile Image

Suhasini Badam

Watercolor Artist

Teacher

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 

 

See full profile

Class Ratings

Expectations Met?
  • Exceeded!
    0%
  • Yes
    0%
  • Somewhat
    0%
  • Not really
    0%
Reviews Archive

In October 2018, we updated our review system to improve the way we collect feedback. Below are the reviews written before that update.

Why Join Skillshare?

Take award-winning Skillshare Original Classes

Each class has short lessons, hands-on projects

Your membership supports Skillshare teachers

Learn From Anywhere

Take classes on the go with the Skillshare app. Stream or download to watch on the plane, the subway, or wherever you learn best.

Transcripts

1. Introduction to the class: Welcome to the class, watercolor landscapes, learned to paint paddy fields in watercolors. So Landscapes a complex compositions because they're made up of different layers like foreground, middle ground, and background, each containing different textures, visual effects and natural elements that we have to know how to paint. So this makes painting been a really challenging tasks, especially for a beginner watercolor artist. So in this class, we will paint the standing, simple ones. We will then study important and recurring elements priority in techniques class. By taking things one step at a time, we will be able to gain confidence in your skills. And they will say our cells a lot of frustration when finally attempting to paint a complete class project. So in total, we'll be painting three landscapes as three different class projects. So one is going to be big oven and to our mini landscapes. And the whole concept about painting a paddy field, we will see three different themes of the same concept ID field. So let's get started, guys. 2. Supplies Required: Hey guys. So let's walk through all the supplies that are required to finish our class and class projects. So fast comes to paper always. So this is from Archie's. It is a Biden in Jessup size and it is re-energize them and 100 percent quarter and one. And as you can see, this is a block. I'm using a watercolor block. You can also use watercolor paper or watercolor sketchbook quarter you want. And the next important thing is pressure. So these are the three brushes. These are the only three bridges that we're going to use. And these silver black velvet, size number 8, and this is a blackboard, let's say it's number 12. So both these brushes are around, around pressures. And the third one is Princeton long run, and this is of size eight. So this brush has unique long, deep soil which is ideal for drawing fine lines and also some round. It can also be used as it on Risch. And the next one is the palate. So in this class we'll be using Winsor and Newton 24 color palette. So this is the palate. So we go through all the colors that we'll be using in the next class project lessons. And the next one is paper napkin. And a pencil for sketching and masking date to Moscow the edges. And last but not least, the water. So two jars of water, one for cleaning herbaceous and run for using bedroom and water washes. Surveys, these are other supplies that are required and you don't have the exact same tablets. You can practice on any watercolor paper with any watercolor paint you have at your home. So let's get started with the techniques. Paint is good enough to start. See you in the class project section. 3. Learning time..!: So before starting or actual glass products, Let's do a tiny bit of practice. So these are the final class projects that we'll be doing in this class. So this is a third class project, and this is the second class project. And finally, this one is the first class project that we'll be doing. And This is the larger piece, and these two are smaller pieces. So in order to paint our leaves, in order to do all this glass products, we need to learn certain things like the palm trees. So you have foundries in our list, three landscapes. So we will be learning that beforehand. And we'll also be learning bushes, like the green bushes here and the black ones here. So we'll be learning those bushes also beforehand. And this human, tiny, tiny human beings. So we will see that in the third class project. So let's get start to practice. So I have to kinda practice sheet and I'm using silver black velvet size number eight brush here. So we'll start with palm trees. So before painting the boundaries, Let's sketch the structure of a boundary. So the foundry always looks like a star in shape. So we have some leaves that formed like a starship. And I'm here sketching to palm trees. So this is the general structure of the palm tree, so I'm going to paint them now. So there is no complex thing in bending a palm tree as these boundaries that, that are present in our paintings are always in the background. So we're not going to need that much detail. We are not going to add that much detail of the palm tree. See, I have just painted a single stroke for Eataly. And phi 2 6 stroke strokes. That's it out. Palm tree is finished. And while using, while giving these strokes, I used side of my brush as you can observe. And now have begun Payne's gray and painting them brand from stem. And if you want to add dimension to the boundaries, as you can see, these boundaries are looking flat, no. So in our diet dimension, I'm adding some darker tone of green to the bottom parts of the leaves. So the darker tone I guard by mixing green and Payne's gray. So that's it. So now let's check out how to paint the reflections. So I'm using very diluted version of Payne's gray and just paint the same palm tree and the reverse, the very diluted paint of Payne's gray. That's it. In this way we can paint very simple palm trees. And for the next one we are using Princeton long-run says number eight brush. So this is the brush that we'll be using to paint the bushes as you have seen in the starting of the class. So I'm taking Payne's gray. And in order to paint these bushes, I'm using the side of my brush as you can see. And he's inside of my brush. And I'm just giving some strokes and paint strokes in such a way that it forms the structure of a bush so that it resembles a bush, like narrower at the top and wider at the bottom. And always leave some white gaps in between the strokes so that it will look like a natural tree. So if you don't leave those white spaces, it will just look like something else. So if you see a left white spaces, and I'm using those whitespaces to paint some lines which represent stems are branches. And before starting, before painting this practice, giving strokes like this, using Sarah off your brush. So if you know how to paint these strokes, you can easily understand how to pay the bush. And if you don't have a long round brush, you can also try the same technique, that long brush, that silver black velvet wrongness that we are using the remaining class. So that's it. These two are the main techniques that we'll be using and the remaining are wet on wet and wet on dry techniques, which I guess most of us know so far as those are the basic techniques. So let's start with glass. 4. Color Study- Project-1: So guys, let's start with the first spot of a flash class project. So the first spot in growth scholars study and sketching. So this is a message that I have taken Phaedra friends. So I have downloaded it from some royalty free sites. I will let us this image in the project section so that you can also check out why he's getting. So the main elements in this painting will be the palm trees and the Beidi fields obviously, and the water in the body fluids. And we see what are the colors that we'll be using here. So obviously greens will be there. Let's see what the greens will be using. So I have taken it up shaped and Let's see. So the first said that we'll be using is sap green. So this is sap green from incident Newton. So I'm mixing sap green on my palette. And this is how this Abilene looks. And there's quite a general form. So in order to make it lighter or darker baby, using some yellows and blues. So in order to make it lighter, I'm adding Winsor yellow to this sap green. As you can see, now the shading become lighter. And now I've been mixing some ultramarine. So this is ultramarine blue. I'm mixing ultramarine blue, green to get a darker tone of this green color. So in this way we can get differentiates of the same color. And the next one is ultrametric. And for the sky will be painting a cloudy sky. So cloudy sky is not that in the reference image, but I'm writing, I'm using some more creative DNA-DNA cloudy sky. So in order to represent the Cloud, in order to add the clouds, they do it by adding it to our charter. So now I'm mixing the color for the cloud shadow. So I'm using ultramarine and permanent rose and Payne's gray. So adding ultramarine and permanent rows gives us a purple color. So in order to make it darker, I'm adding Payne's gray and experiment on your own how to get the stone by mixing different values of ultramarine, permanent rose, and Payne's gray. So this is the shape that we'll be using for cloud shadow. And we got to shade using ultra meeting and thumb in intros and Payne's gray. So these are the shares that we'll be using. And also in R2 represents some darker areas and noun. So in order to prevent some shadowy areas would be using a Docker dawn that is being scraped. And the background trees, they'd be, you be using the same shade as diploid shadows, but with more darker dorm, that in more Payne's gray. So these are the electrons that we'll be using. So let's get started with the sketching. So I always start the sketching process by adding the horizon line. So horizon line is the line which divides the sky and the land. That top butt and the bottom part. So here of an horizon line is above the center and A-list. Remember, don't draw the horizon line. Descender the non, make your painting look interesting. If you want to make your painting look interesting, then always hi guys and men but the top descended or bottom of this window. So here I'm adding some farmland. And I'm trying good imitate the intrinsic nature. If you want to skip the sketching process, then blame fatwa route. You can also skip this spot up this lesson and on the end, contiguous with the next part of the next spot. For the full year. For the whole thing. For the top for both available, for the whole class. Effect of the founder effect. So that's it for the drawing. Let's meet in the next part of Italy, be painting this actual class project. 5. Class Project-1 Part-2: So this is how our final class project is going to be looking. This beautiful green farm lands. So let's start to paint. So I'm chatting with the sky. So in order to paint the sky, we'll be using wet on wet technique. So if I don't wet means wet paint on wet surface. So I'm getting myself is using clean water. So in this class I have said that we'll be using two jars of clean water. So this is the purpose of the second year of the order. That is clean water, which we'll be using background washes. And the second job will be using for cleaning out or brushes. So now I have it myself as anteriorly. So now I'm taking a smaller brush that insula black velvet size number eight brush. And as we have mix the colors before head ready. So I'm using the same color and I'm diluting it more. And MIT, I'm going to add the cloud shadows. So basically we start bending this guy by painting the Cloud gyros first and then we'll paint the sky color. I'm going to add some series of clouds here. So adding cloud shadows is the only way to represent the clouds. As the clouds will be inviting color. We can see the clouds, but we can identify them using the flowchart arrows. And now I mixed a darker tone by adding more Payne's gray and adding some darker shade to the bottom part of the shadow. This I'm going to create some dimension to the cloud shadow. Instead of looking flat. If we add dimension, are clouds will look realistic. So now I'm painting the sky. I'm using ultramarine blue for this and do this step in the paper is still wet. So the whole sky pot will be doing in wet on wet technique. So we have to work faster on the cloud shadow so that the paper will not drive and adding this guy. So what happens if we add the paint when the paper God writings will get rougher edges around the clouds are around the sky part that you're painting now. So if you want to avoid the rough edges, please bend speed or wait until the cloud shadows is completely dried and then read the paper again and then start painting the sky. If you see, I left some white spaces around the clouds to represent the actual cloud as the gray one is the cloud shadow, which is present the bottom of the cloud. So now our sky part is finished. Let's get started with the fields area automobiles part. So I'm mixing sap, green and yellow. Delighted to one of the dream and a nice clean layer of paint. And as you can see, I'm doing this in wet on dry technique. That is, I have not read this up is previously. I'm just adding paint onto the dry surface. So this is the technique that has been done dry. So we have added some block stripes. So I'm going along the blocks and painting each block. And I'm leaving some blocks byte to represent them as the blocks that are filled with water. So the blocks that are filled with water, we'll get the reflection of the sky. So we'll, we'll add some blue to the reflection area later. And if you see I'm adding block-by-block using the green. And as you can see it, motivating the green shapes that I'm using. In order to represent that inflection on this guy. Since this guy not a digit presented as the deflection of this guy. And if you see difference image that are friends image has the fields for a little bit entirely green color or the soil block. But here I am replacing them with water free blocks, narrow to make it look like a paddy field. So these water freely blocks is the thing that we see generally in paddy fields. So in order to make it look like a paddy field, I'm adding water freely blocks. Okay. So if you see now our basic first layer is now finished. And in order to represent the empty blocks, I'm adding some blue paint in order to make it look like a reflection of the sky. And I'm also adding the cloud shadow shade that we mixed here and dead as the shadow up the cloud shadow. That if flexion of the cloud shadow will also be on the water here. And I'm taking a darker tone of the green and adding some lines to make it represent like free lines. And now I'm bending the divisions between the blocks and do the step when the paper is completely dried. So construct this as a second layer. So the first layer is the basic layer that in that layer we placed all the colors where they should be. And in the second layer, we'll be doing or dilating part. Okay. And don't fill the entire area. If you can see, you can observe some white gaps in between in my painting. So this will make our painting look abstract and lose. So don't fill out the entire area with the paint. And give some abstract or three strokes to make it look interesting. Okay. Managing this, Bardach says in water before we can go to court. So now I'm mixing colors to paint them back down trees. End up. Over here. The horizon I'm being become trees which are present in very distant. So I'm using here cooler tone to represent a distinct objects as the wall midtones will always be needed to. I'm missing cooler tones, like blues and purples in order to present the distant trees. And white painting. Keep in mind the simple rules of watercolor painting. Like this, warm and cool color tones. So the Obama to Ohm's law, unless made the object look near at or I, and the distant objects belong. So you'll always look in cooler tones. So these are, this is one of the basic rule of watercolor painting landscapes. So that's it. I have added some bushes using this coolant or not blue. So some names here. Okay. Dr. Dawna, adding some dimension to these divisions. Amazing books. Now it's time to add some bushes here. As we have practiced in the practice session. I'm using the side of my brush. I'm using long run brush and using a darker tone of green and bending this bush. And I'm trying to add some dimension to the tree by adding some docket dawn, first the bottom of the bush. And if you see I'm using my finger sometimes synarthrosis much the banks much the borders. You can always use your penis. That is that unordered rules of watercolor painting. You can use whatever It don't make the painting look good. And I'm bending as molar one, molar Bush. Now it's time to band bomb trees. I'm using ultramarine and bands clear. Share it. I'm adding some bunch of bumps and one at the center. And if you see, I'm using leftovers from my palette and our toe pain, some things. You can also do that or you can make stuff fresh paint and pay it. I'm using the palm trees, as you can see, I used ultramarine and Baines could lead to pain the bomb days to make them look like they are present in the distant. And I'm using Payne's gray domain, the brand. Now I'm mixing green. And using the long run press. I'm painting. We'd dress in the fees. They had water is present. No need to have a degress. Look unrealistic. In order to make it look abstract painting, then. Medulla. I'm here to the bottom left. I'm adding one more wash is an indica tone of Payne's gray. I wanted to balance the palm trees that are present in the right to something in the left. So I felt empty in the left side. So I'm adding this bush dough, fill it up to balance the painting. And always after finishing your painting, look back at your painting and check if there is anything else that we can add. So if there is anything else that we can add, then you can continue adding that. And the final part is adding birds. With my long-run brush and Payne's gray, I'm adding these birds flying in different directions. Smaller birds towards the horizon and legit birds towards the sky. The top part of the sky. And I'm trying to make the mane, the blue here, bearing inaccurate tone of blue. So the reflection is not that much bright. And also we can add the reflection of the bush present in the added water. Again. Adding the reflection of that bush with using the green sap green color. We can also add the reflection using wet on dry technique, but wet on dry, we leave rough edges so the reflection really don't look sharp. So I used wet on dry, wet on wet technique and adding the bush. So that's it guys. Our bending is now finished. I hope you all enjoyed painting our glass Project 1. See you in the class project. 6. Class Project-2: Let's start our class project number 2. So this class project is going to be a baddie fee, which is present during the sunset. So we see these beautiful colors that are present in the sunset sky and the reflection of that sky in our paddy fields. So I'm starting by taping down the plaster. And here I'm using the same eight by 10 or the color, but I'm dividing it into half for project number 2 and project number 3. So let's check out the colors that we'll be using. But this, So the first color is ultramarine blue mixed with permanent rose and Payne's gray. The good, that beautiful purple. And to make it look darker, I'm adding Payne's gray. And the next color is Winsor yellow. Mixed with Winsor red. Winsor blue and Winsor it to get this beautiful orange shade. So here we are appending a sunset sky. So these are the colors, the sky towards the horizon, it will be more yellow. That other chain will be as influenza low alone. And we'll be using the Payne's gray to paint the bushes. So let's start with the painting. So I'm digging at again the hot as in line. This is going to be a small sketch and he had, I'm not using any difference image. Am I adding some fields and maybe adding some blocks of farm land. So these blocks that we make look as some boundaries. The backbone and some bushes here in this hideous. So that's it with the sketching. But so let's get started to paint the sky and then maybe using wet on wet technique. So I am getting the whole surface is in water. And we'll start with hello. I'm loading my brush with that. I'm using years ago. Black velvet say is number eight brush. And I'm mixing ultramarine and Payne's gray. And if you see, I painted this guy from light at dawn to the darker tone. The top part and light it worse the horizon. As the sun is setting. Because of the brightness of the Sun, the horizon will look brighter compared to the top dotplot. And with Payne's gray, I'm trying to add more DACA don't store setup. Now I'm using the Payne's gray and purple. And now on the spot, this blocks I'll fields, you may be the deflection of this guy. So in order to achieve that, I'm using wet on wet technique and I'm getting this office using water. And I'm using the same colors that we have used by this guy. Permanent rose and Payne's gray. And here I'm adding reflection. And the paper is still wet, as you can see in this kitchen, but a painting, I sketch some bushes on the top part of that reflection. So I'm getting the reflection beforehand. As we'll paint the reflection in wet-on-wet technique and as the paper is wet here, so I'm adding the reflection first and we'll paint the bush later. So that's it. We get this sort of flexion bond, this to dry. So now I'm adding the bush. Obviously have painted the deflection beforehand. So now I'm painting the brush. I'm using Payne's gray size and embodied British. So before painting then Bush, let's add the background, distant trees. I'm using leftovers from my palette to paint these for this to dry so that we can paint the bush on the top of that. So now my buddies, right, so I'm taking Payne's gray and bending the ambush and been what Bush to the side. Editing is embedded by using only two to three or maximum four shades. That's it. And actively amount, I'm adding the dividing lines between these blocks using the Payne's gray and see how much difference it to add it to our painting. Actually, these borders is making it look like a reflection. And now I'm adding some dark a DOM. Now we will add boundaries that I'm using leftover paint on my palate in the bag. Don't. I'm adding some more here. I'm painting grants. Same with this MOOC and the reflection of the firm to use. So here I am again, isn't leftover. So from valid. And using a very lighter tone, I'm painting this shadow area. We just finished. As if I know that. I'm adding some stones here is in bands gray and some highlights to the trees. And a lighter tone. I'm adding the shadow platform based. And as a final touch and let us using Payne's gray. So that's it guys, gas production, but two is now finished. Very simple and beautiful landscape. So let's do a third landscape, which would be a combination of FI stands again runs and it will be a small one. So let's took out. 7. Class Project-3: So let's start our final class project. So this is also going to be a mini landscape. We're going to paint a green Abadi few landscape. So as this is also a mini watercolor landscape, so I'm using this half portion of our eight by 10 watercolor paper. And now let's check out the colors that we'll be using in this landscape. And this is, although I have not inspired from any picture, this time doing it on my phone. So the colors that we're going to use is sap green, and an audio limb. So in order to get a lighter tone of green and bright and vibrant color of the green. I added audio into this app green. And in order to get a darker tone, I'm adding ultramarine to sap green. And for the sky, I'm going to use ultramarine. And in order to get some darker tones, I'll be using Payne's gray. So these are the electrons that we'll be using. So let's get started with the sketching. So as always, I have started with the horizon line. And here I am getting some fields. And here there'll be some bushes, foil this kind of thing. And why composing your sketching? Always take it off sheet and compose on the update first and then copy on to the final piece. It will always help. So our next I'm painting now, I'm sketching the blocks. The blocks. The blocks that are present in the pirate wheels make them look very unique and beautiful. And the reflection is the main thing that makes it more attractive. And here will be placing some palm trees. So that is with the sketching. So let's get started to paint. So first we'll start with the sky. So for this guy, we will be doing a wet on wet sky. So I'm getting the sky, the surface of the sky before. And we'll be using ultramarine for the sky. So now I have taken a smaller number, blue silver black velvet, size eight brush, loaded my brush with ultra marine. And while bending the sky, I'm not filling up the area this time leaving some white gaps so that our sky, we look interesting as it was a cloudy sky. And at the horizon I'm going with the lighter tone of ultramarine. So that's it. How sky is now finished. So now I'm painting some background trees and we're doing this vendor paper is still wet. So I have mixed sap green, ultramarine, and a tiny bit of Audrey Lynn to get this darker shade of green. And if you see in our previous two glass projects, we did this part in wet on dry technique. But in this lesson we are doing this in wet on wet technique. And you can do in wet on wet or wet-on-dry. If you wanted affair edge, rough edges for your boundaries, then you can go with wet on dry, but you want, if you want the background for ledge to blend in the background, then you should always go with wet on wet technique. So yeah. The looks of both wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry will look good. And you can always switch between these two techniques in order to achieve the look that you want. And now we are painting in the field. So I'm taking audio limb. And time is our agreement to get this beautiful yellowish green shade. And if you don't have the exact shirts, experiment with the ballad that you have at your home. Always take a chat and mix differentiates of blues and yellows to get different green tones. And if you want the green to be very lighter than mix more yellow and less blue. In this way, you can achieve whatever color shirts that you want. Just take a rap sheet and experiment with the palette that you have at your home. So in the bottom part, the bottom part will be the reflection of the top part as the paddy fields are filled with water in my composition. So I'm reading the whole surface. And now the reflection of the background. So I'm taking some DACA and try and do the same thing that they have done on the dark side and make it look like a reflection. Okay. In this, the reflection on the sky of a b there. So I'm glad dry then. But it did get dried completely and then apply another layer of water and then start painting. I'm making some lines. Here. I'm making off some paint to make it look like a reflection. And I'm sprinkling some paint using my brush. And I'm all just plain water using my hand. And I thought that the reflection in the green, the foil is area looks. And so I'll be doing that. But again, this bag looks dull. So I'm again mixing color, codon using my finger name, displaying water. And now I'm drawing the deflection of palm trees in the ground, but with Payne's gray, I'm adding dividing lines. I've ended the deflection of the divided line. Now. I'm bending palm trees. So it bends. Great. I'm bending their trunks. Hello. Hi Ben, did the deflection using some light but don't let that dynamite upside and Jane and bending these palm trees using my Princeton Neptune long run. And now I'm painting some grass. So if you see I'm mostly using my leftovers from the pilot. The topmost layer once. And in those ADS, we'd be adding human figure. So let's started with seeing how to paint them. So here I'm setting the basic shapes of human figures. And here we'll just briefly looked at how we can sketch and Dadi stings. A tiny head and body and that's it. So a tiny head, if the person is bending. Observe the structure of people, of real people, and then you can practice these sketching. And here this person is bending and plucking some grasp kind of thing. So this looks like a stick man figure, but they can add more character to our painting. And now I'm going to paint, I'm going to show how to paint them. I'm using here long-run brush. Always use a fine brush to paint these. And I'm painting now the body. And while bending this always remember, the body part should be 3 fourth and the next part should be tiny. The spell make it look interesting. And here the bus and turn to the side, the person is looking to the side. And tiny legs. And he had, I'm practicing with a single photon of color. But in bending you can add different color tones like skin color for the head and black for the hate, and some color for the dress like that. And we'll be doing the same thing in our painting, but it is extra practice, right? So now we will also see how to do. I'm blaming black and now I'm mixing skin color using the Winsor yellow and red and red X. So that's it. So let's implement these human figures and out bending. So the ADA, I'm going to add some tiny human beings and the deflection will be there in the bottom. But sellers get started with that. I'm starting with with the same dawn until a loopless considerate. And now I'll be using red alert for the dress. This is been centered and build on this. And now I'm painting lacks using Payne's gray. And I'm doing the same thing with this figure dope. I'm painting a score links. I'm stuck in his hand. And he's walking sideways as how painted only one leg to make it look like that. So and with Payne's gray, with a very lighter tone of Payne's gray. I'm adding this reflection of the stick figures are some new and Philips and same with this one. And now I'm adding some depth to this palm trees using your jacket off green. And this, that's the dark painting is almost finished. Just some tiny finite datasets that we'll be doing. So on the top part will be adding some trees leaves. And the ID, I'm again using Payne's gray. If you observe, you can finish all the three class projects using four to five shares. The main shares England and formatting Payne's gray and sap green and blue. Using these four shares, then you can finish the entire class projects on the three class projects. And you can create so many different landscapes using a simple color palette. So that's it guys out painting is now finished. Hope you'll enjoy. 8. Final Thoughts: So finally, with it each end of the class and hope you had a great time painting along the three beautiful landscapes. So let's see a small recap of the things that we have been dead and learn together. So in the first class project, we did this beautifully green landscape full of it by the fields. And we all know how tough to paint a green landscape. But really did you painted this lovely landscape. And in the second project, we painted how a paddy fields looks in beautiful zones at colors. And the third, the beautiful lipid chaired painter is simple minified a few landscape with reflections, palm trees. And also we have learned painting time if he does. So guys, I hope you enjoyed painting and learned something new in my class, as always you do in my classes. And if you have any doubts, feel free to post under the class. And if you try any of these class projects, please post in the class project section so that I can see them and review them and comment them. And yeah, you can also mess as meat and my Instagram if you have any doubts regarding the class. So my Instagram ID is odd by choice. Thank you. Ray me do it again with another class. See you guys.