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Watercolor Misty Pines in Monochrome - Step by Step

Trupti Karjinni, Watercolor artist and instructor

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13 Videos (39m)
    • Introduction

      1:24
    • Supplies

      3:41
    • Composition sketch

      1:57
    • Tonal gradient swatch

      3:17
    • Painting the mist

      3:27
    • Pine tree techniques

      3:56
    • Layer 1 - Background trees final

      3:33
    • Layer 2 - Mid layer trees

      4:38
    • Layer 3 - Foreground trees

      4:06
    • Final layer of trees

      4:19
    • Bonus lesson Flying birds

      3:23
    • Signing the painting

      1:01
    • Final thoughts

      0:30
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About This Class

Learn how to paint beautiful serene misty pines landscapes using just one color! Beginner in watercolor? Don't worry, no prior experience is needed. I'll walk you through every step. Already dabbled with watercolors? Great! Take your skills to the next level in this class.

Either ways, at the end of this class you'll come out smiling your heart out, thrilled with your gorgeous artwork, with essential watercolor skills under your belt! Are you ready? Let's dive in!

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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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