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Watercolor Painting: Learn to Paint a Beautiful Flower field and House

teacher avatar Shiba Basan, Art lover, Art influencer and Youtuber

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (1h 3m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:02
    • 2. Materials Required

      3:45
    • 3. Basic Sketch

      6:09
    • 4. Painting Sky and House

      15:12
    • 5. Painting Trees and Grass

      14:41
    • 6. Working on Shadows

      8:50
    • 7. Working on Final Layers

      11:36
    • 8. Final Thoughts

      1:49
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This is a watercolor painting class where I will be drawing a beautiful flower field landscape with a rural house. And I invite you to join me on this beautiful art journey where we will together draw watercolor paintings using simple watercolor techniques!

These simple and easy watercolor techniques will help you
in getting your painting done quicker and faster.

Today, I’m going to show you my process of drawing and painting simple
flower field landscape with a step-by-step guide.
This class is for the intermediate artist, hope you will enjoy this class.

Art supplies I use:-

  • 300 GSM A5 Size Paper 25% cotton (I have used Brustro Brand Paper, you can use any brand 300GSM paper)
  • Mop Brushes No. 0,2,4 (I have used Brustro Brand, you can use any brand)
  • Synthetic Soft-aqua round Brushes No.8 and Rigger Brush no.4 from Sennelier Raphael ( you can use any brand)
  • Camel Artist Watercolors (12 Shades basic)
  • Masking tape (1/2 inch)
  • Two Tubs of water
  • Hair Dryer
  • Cotton cloth to clean brushes

Join the class and enjoy watercolors!
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Click the “follow” button so that you get my latest notification of the new class as soon I upload.

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See you soon, Take care and stay blessed, Bye.

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Shiba Basan

Art lover, Art influencer and Youtuber

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Hello, I'm Shiba basan, an Art lover, Art influencer, and Youtube Content creator from India. I'm also the creator and Illustrator behind Draw ith Shiba, Paint with Shiba, and Art and Sketch Youtube channels where I make Watercolor, acrylic and soft pastel, oil pastel, and pencil drawings. I live in Kolkata (India) with my Mom and brother and I must say it's a beautiful place with a rich cultural heritage.
I had worked with many mediums, but a special place goes to watercolors because we cannot control them and their results are unpredictable. They have always kept me excited, and Every time I try, I get a new experience.
My passion for paintings and drawings has always kept me energetic and helped me in trying out new things with more confidence. On the other side, when I am free... See full profile

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Transcripts

1. Introduction: Hi friends, hope you're doing well. Thanks for joining the class. So in today's painting class, you will learn how to draw a beautiful landscape, which includes a real house and a beautiful flower garden. A little about me. My name is Shiva Watson. I'm an artist instructor and I also run a YouTube channel named rover Chiba. I've been making video glasses since five years. And in today's painting class, I will be painting a rural land, which is one of my favorite topic. I will give you some step-by-step guide and walk you through my materials as well as the colors so that you can even try and follow along. So without wasting time, let's get started. 2. Materials Required: Hi friends. Let's discuss what are the materials I will be using in this video. The first thing is the people which I will be using. Here. I'm using a cold press people from cholesterol, which is a 100 percent cotton paper. And it is easily available in India. If you don't have this people, you can use any good-quality people, which is 300 GSM or 140 LB. Cold press paper, the whole good amount of order. And at the same time, it gives a good blurred effect to your painting. This is the reason I love using this paper. For the brushes. I am using three brushes, number 024. And the other two includes one round brush number 8 and a rigger brush number 4. Now these are beautiful brushes from Sennelier soft Aqua and restroom, the boat coral, good amount of order and works a little long. For the palette, I'm using a symbol palette, which I've purchased from Amazon. I think it is from grass, true? You can use any available local watercolor palette, something to differentiate or colors, and with a big space to mix your colors. I'm using only half of the ballot in the BIM. For water, I'm using two tabs of order, one to clean the brush and the other one as a mixing medium to hold my people. I'm using a masking tape, which is a one inch masking tape. If you don't have, you can use washi tape as well. To clean my brushes. I will be using a cotton cloth. This helps to remove extra water. And at the same thing is, it also helps to remove extra color pigments whenever it is required. For erasing and sketching, I will be using a kneaded eraser and a mechanical pencil. For the colors. I will be using colors from a camel brand. Again, it is an Indian brand. If it is not available in your country, you can use any set of colors you have. I will let you know the names of the colors which you can easily find in any other brand. This will make a painting journey a little easy. More focusing on the colors and not on the brand. Overall, we just want to improve our skills. So v should be ready with any available materials we have. Just choose a good quality material. Just try to keep your materials as close to mine so that you get an idea of the materials and the colors I'm using. Most of the time, I use only 11 colors in my painting, which includes lemon yellow, gamboge yellow. If you do not have the gamboge yellow, you can use Chrome in blue as well. Then comes yellow ocher, burnt sienna of a million you crimson, red, sap green, viridian green, co-vary blue and Prussian blue. In today's painting class, I have not included lemon yellow. The reason is that I have not used in my painting. And most of the time, I believe in mastering some of the colors, which actually helped with reducing dependency on every sheet that we want while doing the painting. So friends, I hope you will enjoy. And let's move on to our next part where I will be drawing the basic sketch. And I hope to see you there. Thank you so much. 3. Basic Sketch: Hi everyone, This is Sheba. And in this part we will draw the basic sketch of our buildings. For this, I'm using an HB pencil, but before that we will be applying masking tape all around the people. If you don't have masking tape, you can use a washi tape as well. Here I'm using a masking tape, which is one inch in width. I will be applying masking tape on all the four corners as this will help us to keep the street throughout the painting and the people would not buckle once it absorbs the water. You can see how beautifully we have covered all the four corners. And it is looking quite need for drawing the sketch. I'm using simple HB mechanical pencil to draw the sketch. This is an Indian product which is easily available here locally, but it might not be available in your country. No problem. You can use any mechanical pencil you have. So while joined the sketch, we will try to keep in mind the basic concept of perspective. The line should exactly be the same. The V I'm trying otherwise the house for not look that 3D and there will be no depth. So once you start connecting the lines that drawing will start taking the shape, which would help you to take the next step. So while sketching, we'll try to keep the lines as straight as possible. If it feels hard, then you can use scalars film. But with time and experience, you can make those straight lines. Just use a rough paper and draw some veins, and then start sketching. Once we complete the drawing, the basic shape of the house, we will continue sketching trees at the back of it. To make my competition look more beautiful. I have also added a little amount of tree leaves in the front of the house. I'm keeping my pencil sketch quite light without applying the pressure. This is very important because at times when we will be in the lead on the people would get distributed. And sometime it even makes the painting look a little bit nerdy. If you end up making your sketch quite dark, no problem. You can use a kneaded eraser to pull some extra graphite off the people. So you can see how beautifully we have covered half of this sketch, what is left. Now we will add a little more details to make the sketch look more prominent. You can go back and forth and no any connections if required. Let's draw some windows of the house and tried to keep the shapes as simple as possible. For the colors, I'm using ten sheets out of 12 because one is the black, which I don't use in my painting, and the other is lemon yellow, which I have not used in this building. So I will be using only 10 sheets. Moreover, it is very important to use a good-quality colors. It is not important that you have the same set that I have. And you don't need the same brand as well. I will let you know the names of the colors, which you can easily find in other brands too. So let's quickly see what other colors we will be using for our painting. The first one is the gamboge yellow. If you don't have gamboge yellow, you can use gloomy us. Well, after that, it is yellow ocher. For the reds, I'm using two rates. One is the vermillion red and the other one is a crimson red. Then I'm using an ADU tune, which is burnt sienna. For the shades of green. I'm using two shields of the color. When is the sap green and the other one is a viridian green. For the blue colors I'm using two of them. One is the cobalt blue and the other one is the portion blue. I have covered the sketch part, as well as the name of the colors that I will be using. So friends, this is all about this part. In the next part we will be starting with our building. So let's quickly move on to our next part and I see you there. Thank you so much. 4. Painting Sky and House: Hi everyone, Welcome to the second part of this video. I will be starting with brush number 2. And the brush which I'm using is a mop brush. Before starting the painting, I will be applying water throughout the paper. I will apply what only on those potions which I will be painting at first. I will use little drops of water and then make it run on to the EDI want, which is this guy and the trees and the back. I'm using a court include to wipe off extra water onto the brushes. Here I'm starting off with covert blue, which is my first close. Before applying covalent blue directly onto the people, we will add a little bit of water, making it a lithium dilute. You can see I'm using the tip of the brush to make the shape of the cloud. You can use the same method as well. For the area where there is Cloud will leave it as white. And that second bushel, we can also apply a little bit of yellow ocher. Now I'm adding a little bit of crimson red mixed with cobalt blue to get a violet color. This violet color we will be applying onto the area where there is mountain at the back. You can see that the paper is still wet, which is giving the mountain a little feathery effect. So for instance, we are done with painting of the hills and the distance. Let's wash the brush and remove some extra water. For the trees. I'm starting with viridian green, and I'm also adding a little bit of burnt sienna into it. Adding burnt sienna will give the color realistic look and make the color. Now I'm adding the gamboge yellow mixed with sap green for the leaves that we took the most to us. And I'm making them a little lighter in color because I want to highlight them. We can add different colors and different areas according to the test. As this is the first layer, we will be focusing more on covering the areas with colors and while applying the colors have even refocusing on ironing the shapes as well. Now I'm adding a warmer tone to the Cloud. But before applying this makes sure that the brushes quite clean. The color which I will be using, this vermilion red mixed with gamboge yellow, which will actually give you an orange color. If you don't have gamboge yellow, you can use chrome yellow as well. So let's add some more tuned to the leaves which are in the front. We will use a little green mixed with bonds sienna. So I will be playing the scale only on those area where I want my leaves to look a little bit darker. The reason I'm using this color right now because the paper is still wet, which will help the painting to get a dreamy, feathery effect. Slowly, we will increase the density and saturation of the color. By taking a little bit of North pigments. We will be applying the darker tone close to the house so that we can bring our main subject, which is the house in focus. You can always go back and forth to make the adjustment. So we are done with drawing the trees and the back of the house. Now, I'm using my hairdryer to dry my painting. The painting is almost dry now. I just keep the drawing part as it took a lot of time to dry the painting. Let's spin the house node. We will start by applying colors on the rooftop breakfast. Now starting with the brush number 0, for the rooftop, I am using a vermillion red mixed with gamboge yellow, that will give you an orange color. Now this color is quite transparent and we will avoid using a very saturated layer as this as the first layer. So we will try to keep the layer as transparent as possible. For this, we will add more water while working on the first layer. For the second proof, I'm adding a little bit of burnt sienna to the mixture, often gamboge yellow mixed with vermilion red. I just wanted to make this particular roof a little bit darker. If you want the roof to look a little more darker and you can add a little bit of cobalt blue. So it's all about the taste and preference. If you want your colors to become a little darker, you can always take help of GoBear, blue or brown sienna. You can see that the brush is quite small and it really helped me to cover this particular roof very easily. So you can see how beautifully we have been doing that. You can always make an adjustment if you feel that the painting requires that. I'm using a little bit of more color and the small areas where I want my painting to look a little by docket. For this, I'm adding a little bit of more gamboge yellow mixed with vermilion red and applying on smaller. So now we have covered the roof. The second thing we're going to beam is false. And using a little bit of yellow on the voice, which are getting direct sunlight. And similarly for novels which are away from the sun late, I will be using a cooler color. For this cool tone, I will be mixing cobalt blue with crimson red to get a violet. And then we will apply this while loop. Now we will apply this only on to the areas which are v from the sun to show that this area is in the shadow. This combination of warm and cool color harmony to the painting. You can see I'm also applying the tone of violet under the roof. There is shadow. Let's spin the second wall for this, I'm using the same color. That is the mixture of cobalt blue mixed with crimson red. While painting this layer will try to cover all the potion which are in the shadow using the same color. So you can keep some areas, I'm Dutch to show the highlights. And if you feel at certain areas, then the color is little better light in color. You can again run the brush onto the paper with the second tone to make it look a little darker. So you can keep on adding the deals if you're not satisfied with the BMD. So friends, we are done with the first layer. If you feel that the painting need some extra layers here, good to go. So this is all about this part I hope you have enjoyed. In the next part, we will be covering more details and I see you there. 5. Painting Trees and Grass: Hi friends. So in this part we will be covering in the ground and the trees with each other at the back of the house. So for this, I will be using a mop brush number 4. Let's add some drops, so forth. And it drops will show you the amount of water that I will be applying onto the paper. As I'm using a brush number 4 that will cover a larger portion I plans. And you know that bigger brushes, they have a tendency to hold a good amount of water. We'll apply the colors are very softly without having the bristles of the brush paper. The first color which I will be using is divorced, often gamboge yellow. I will apply this color only on those areas where I want the grass to get highlighted. Similarly for the record, I will be using the same color that does the wash off gamboge yellow. For the flowers. I'm using crimson, red and making it literally dilute by adding water. This will help us to create some beautiful being floss. Don't be afraid while performing this step which you are seeing on the screen. At this point of time, we will be focusing and concentrating more on applying the colors. And in the second layer we will access them. Now we will add a little bit of more crimson red in our saturated form. You can see I'm mixing a little bit of cobalt blue with crimson red to the violet. Once we mix the color, we will be applying onto the particular areas. And as we move down the paper, we will be adding colors in more saturated form. Now I'm adding more pigment of cobalt blue and crimson red. And you can see this time the color is looking a little bit of more saturated and a little bit more data. Let's add a little bit of viridian green mixed with cobalt blue. We will also add a little bit of crimson in it, and then we will apply it onto the paper. You can see I'm adding some extra strokes onto the people to show that there are grasses onto the ground. So we will apply this color only on those areas which are close to us and look dark while applying this tone, I'm also using a little bit of viridian green mixed with gamboge yellow to draw the shadows. Let's add some green mixed with gamboge yellow to draw the leaves on the ground. Basically, we are covering all the white areas which has left unbind. So let's add a little bit of more details on the required areas. For this. I'm using the same color, which is school very blue mixed with divinity in green, and a little bit of crimson, red if required. Basically, I'm building the portion of each other in this shadow and looks a little bit DAC. Using the same color. We will keep on adding the details. You can see I'm building some vertical lines which gives effect as if the ADA sunglasses. We can also add a little bit of burnt sienna with sap green to increase its saturation and make the colors look a little bit darker. If we want to make the color further down, you can also add cobalt blue. So by putting it onto the people, we will keep in mind their design and the correct placement of beliefs. To make the painting look more natural. Tried to draw the leaves, the VM drawing for the leaves just put some small ships and indicating them to make it look as if data some darker leaves. We will keep in mind the sheep and the flow of the leaves. And also we will try to keep our brush pointer for which you can use a smaller brush. Because we want some small tree leaves. So we can always go back and play with colors, such as you can add a little bit of cobalt blue to make the paint mixture a little dark. And accepting positions where you want the leaves to look a little lighter in color, you can play with yellow. Now let's add some more leaves at the back of the house. Now let's add cobalt blue in the mixture of sap green mixed with burnt sienna, and apply it at the back of the house to make the house pop up. The portions where we want our lives to look darker. In Colombia, we will add mode of the cobalt blue and other portions where we want our lives to be lighter in color. We will ignore the using the covariant blue. To draw the leaves, we will be using the same technique. We will add some small shifts and then we will interconnect them. So we have covered quite good amount of trees and the back of the house. Now we will add a little bit more shadows for the tree leaves which are in the front of the house. For this, I'm using a michelle of cobalt blue mixed with sap green and a little bit of burnt sienna. You can see that the color is looking quite dark. So the effect of been sienna cannot be seen, but yes, it gives the painting a little warm effect. So you can always play with the saturation level by increasing or decreasing the water as well as the color pigments. So this really affect as well as change the way the tree leaves look at particular areas. Let's remove the color from the palette before we move on to the other color. Otherwise, the color V I'm mixing will lose its clarity and would not give that great effect to your painting. Now I'm using a linear brush to add some final details. For this, I am mixing burnt sienna and a little bit of cobalt blue. This mixture will give color or very close to black, which we can easily use in dark areas. While painting the window of the house, we will try to maintain their specific shapes, keeping in mind that perspective. Otherwise the windows would look unnatural. So friends, this is all about the spark painting of a leaf Sunday go downwind and adding some more details to the house, as well as the trees which are at the back we will be covering in the next part. I hope you have enjoyed. If you have any questions, you can ask me in the comment section below. And I see you in the next part. 6. Working on Shadows: Hi guys, welcome to the fourth part of the spinning wheel. I will be covering the second layer. I'm starting my painting here by working on the windows. For this, I'm using the same color, burnt sienna mixed with cobalt blue. If you feel that your color is looking a little bit darker, then you can use burnt sienna and directly in saturated form. You can see I'm going quite slow, keeping in mind the perfect proportions while you're drawing the windows, we will keep in mind the perspective and apply colors only on those areas where the color is required. So we have completed during the windows, if any adjustment is required, then we will add it later on. Now I'm mixing sap green with burnt sienna and we will apply only on those areas where we want leaves to look a little bit darker. You can see I'm using the same technique to draw the leaves. We will apply the colors in small proportion, and then we will try to interconnect them. So let's spend some more leaves for this. I'm using sap green. If you feel that the sap green is not working, then you can add a little bit of cobalt blue. Painting the flowers. I'm using the same technique that I have used for drawing the leaves. For this, you can use crimson red in our direct form without mixing any of the color. So if you want a crimson red to look a little bit darker, tried to keep it in a more saturated form without adding water to it. And if you want to have a lighter tone, then you can dilute it using water. At some of the portions. I've also added cobalt blue with crimson red to meet shadows of the floss. So while painting, we will try to keep in mind the areas where we want our tree leaves to low dagger will be accurate with our lights and shadows, the more precise the BIM team would come out. So we will not be applying colors in excess and we will not overdo it. Otherwise, the painting would look very cloudy with no space. I will add a little bit of more green to the areas where I want more shadows. As you can see in this portion, I am applying a darker tone to the leaves and the right to show as if the source of light is coming straight from upper left corner of the painting. So at this point of time, you can always go back and forth, use coomassie blue or sap green to match the areas below where the shadow is drawn. Let's spin the rooftop for this, I'm using burnt sienna in a diluted form and applying it directly onto the roof. You can see that this Rufus looking a little bit darker than the second one. And even for the roof areas of which is in the shadow, we will apply the same color. For further doubt, don't say I'm mixing a little bit of cobalt blue with one Sienna and then we will apply it. Now I'm using a bigger brush number 4, which is from Sinaloa soft back. Wow. Let's mix a little bit of cobalt blue with burnt sienna. And then we will apply on to the windows and give a little darker effect. Let's quickly go out all the windows. This dark color will give the windows and the sense of depth. For the roofs which are in the shadow, I will be applying the same color. We just been sienna mixed with co-vary blue. If you feel that the walls of which are in the shadow tends to look lighter, then you can increase it saturation by adding a second layer to it. For this, I am using the same mixture of cobalt blue and crimson red. If you don't want to use a mixture of cobalt blue and crimson red, you can only use the wash off cobalt blue, but we will apply this wash in a diluted form. So friends, we have come to an end of this part. I hope you have enjoyed. In the next part, we will be adding more details to the tree leaves and grasses. And I see you there. Thank you so much. 7. Working on Final Layers: Hi guys, welcome to the fifth part of the painting process. For this part, we will be drawing the ground, the glasses on the ground, and the trees most prominently. For this, I'm using the mixture of cobalt blue mixed with crimson red and more of a push in blue. Hello might look more like a blue, but it has a tint of concentrating it. So let's start applying this to the ADS where there is shadow. You will see that the color is quite dark, but keep in mind that we have added crimson red to it. So once I've been thinking DRE, the color would look a little bit red in color. But right now it is looking more like a blue because the amount of Prussian blue, which we have added is in good quantity. Now I'm adding the same color to the tree which is in front, and also to the portion which is close to us. We will not overdo it. We will apply those area where the shadow. Let's add a little bit of this mixture in the front as well. You can see that the ground has started taking the shape and the structure while applying this column, we will apply it in a very thoughtful way. You can see I'm going very slow while doing this because they don't want to make any mistake at this point of pain. I'm also sketching some straight vertical lines to draw the leaves and branches. So the basic concept while drawing these leaves on the ground is that once we draw the leaves close to us, we will try to make them a little bit more darker. Moving on to the windows, I'm adding a little bit of shadows using the same mixture of bonds sienna mixed with Sap Green. But again, we will not overdo this. So let's remove some color pigments from the pallet so that we get a clean palette to work on. So let's mix some green with burnt sienna and a little bit of cobalt blue. Now I will apply this color and the back to draw some tree leaves. And I will also apply this color to the areas where it is required. You can see how beautifully we have drawn the tree leaves. I have some other portion. I will also add a little bit of Prussian blue to the mixture to make the tree leaves look more dark. For this, the brush which I'm using as a mob brush number 0. I will also add a little more dark dawn for this. I'm mixing cobalt blue with sap green. And then I'm applying on the right corner. You can see that these leaves, they look a little more doubt because the level and the situation is quite high and the amount of cobalt blue used is also quite high. So you can keep on adjusting the shape of the leaves so that they look more real and natural. And even trade to work on the areas where the paint is required. So you can see that with these small adjustment, how quickly we have covered all the trees which are at the back of the house and see how beautiful the trees are looking at. Let's add a little bit of more leaves to the ground. For this, I have mixed sap green with crimson red and cobalt blue. This mixture will help us to give shadows to the small grasses on the ground. So you can keep on playing with their details and structure of the leaves on the ground until you are satisfied with the perfect shape. Now we'll clean the palette to mix cobalt blue with concentrated. Reuse this same mixture to add shadows to the walls of the house. At this point of time, I felt that the house is not in that focus in the painting. So let's add a second layer to the walls of the house using the same color that is cooler blue mixed with crimson, red. Sea after adding this layer, how beautiful the houses looking. So this was something which was missing or Lia. Let's add a third layer to the rooftop. For this, I'm using burnt sienna mixed with cobalt blue. We will try to keep this layer a little bit dark because this shows that the roof is in the shadow. Every painting hazards harmony. If you feel that the color is little bit darker than there is always an option to pick it up. Here I have picked some of the color because I felt that the layer I applied vent too dark. When I will apply this color for the portions that we had, there is absolute darkness. Now I'm adding a little bit of green effect on the corner of the rooftop and claim to blend it with the ground, which is our BUN sienna. I'm also applying the same color onto the idea which are absolutely duck and away from the sun labor. So friends, we have come to an end of this painting session. The final DVD and the removing of the masking tape. We will be doing the next part. If you give a try to the speeding, don't forget to share it here in the project section. I will drain your best to go through each of your artwork and share my thoughts. I hope you have enjoyed this class. If you have any questions, you can write down in the comment section below. And don't forget to follow me here on Skillshare for more upcoming reduce. And I see you in the next part. Thank you so much. 8. Final Thoughts: Hi everyone, thanks for being there till the end of this class. I hope you have enjoyed this beautiful landscape painting. Let's quickly remove the masking tape and reveal our bending. If you have enjoyed this session, don't forget to give your review in the review section. If you have any questions or any queries that related to this, you can ask me here on Skillshare in the comment section. You can follow me on you do. The name of my channel is drove a Chiba. And you can even join me on Instagram. My user name is Siobhan bus, an art. I will soon come with more new videos and I hope you will like those store. They'll then take stabilised and a peaceful goodbye.