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Watercolor flower: how to paint rose step by step guide.

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Lessons in This Class

16 Lessons (38m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:13
    • 2. Art Supplies

      1:46
    • 3. Basic Watercolour Techniques

      1:50
    • 4. Colours used

      2:13
    • 5. Base Layer of Rose

      5:26
    • 6. Detailing The Rose

      2:10
    • 7. Sepal

      2:18
    • 8. Practical Application of Sepal

      1:38
    • 9. Learning Stem

      1:50
    • 10. Basic Leaves

      2:22
    • 11. Base Layer of Composition

      4:34
    • 12. Placement of Sepals

      2:29
    • 13. Detailing Rose in Composition

      1:23
    • 14. Adding Stem in Composition

      2:00
    • 15. Detailing Leaves and Stem

      1:23
    • 16. Bonus Shadow

      3:25
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Hey friends! 

ever wondered to paint like a pro without using any pencil or any marking. Have you ever been in complete awe when you see people on Instagram or online and always wonder how they do that? Me too. That’s why I have specially curated this class for you. 

this class is a perfect fit of loose style, realistic style and I haven’t forget to add some tips and tricks which will help you to elevate your skills in a blink. 

this class mainly contains: 

1. Basic art supplies I am using for painting. 
2. All the basic techniques and their practical application. 
3. Colour list. 
4. A detailed dive on rose. 
5. Putting a lot of emphasis on other components like leaves, stem and sepals. 
6. How to execute other components of composition. 
7. Watercolour tips and hacks I use in my paintings. 
8. Final project: consists of 5 videos which are fully detailed. 

and much more 

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1. Introduction: Hi friends. My name is Karen and I'm a watercolor artist and an educator based in India. And I'm back with another Skillshare class. In the Skillshare class, we're going to have fun. We're going to learn how to be in this amazing watercolor composition. And our walk you through each and every step. It's not like just diving into the main composition. I will walk you through each and every step. I'm just going to turn the camera back and show you. So we're going to start with all the basic watercolor techniques that we will be using for painting this competition. It's not like I will be teaching you each and every. It will be like something that we are practically going to use. And then we're going to learn about each and every answer I'll be using. And I will be also recommending you which art supplies you can use. Are there alternatives? And then I have simplifying each and every component for you so that even a beginner will be able to execute it. With my guidance, I will be walking you through each and every step and I really enter promise that you're dedicated learning. You will be able to pin this full composition with my guidance and waiting for you in the class. 2. Art Supplies: Hello friends. In this video, we are going to learn about all the art supplies that I'll be using for this tutorial. You don't have to stick to these art supplies. I will be telling a little oil alternatives that you can use. So siding with the watercolor palette. So I'm going to use this watercolor palette personally. I like this one because it has a really good mixing area and you can pour your colors like this, but you don't have to use the exact same period. I will be also telling exact same shears that I will be using for this tutorial in the next video. So stay tuned, keeping them article about it aside. Now talking about the watercolor paper, I'm going to use tetrapod watercolor paper. Paper is little hard to find, but other alternative that you can use or the tetrapod watercolor paper, it should be a 100 percent cotton. It should be more than 300 GSM, are at least 300 GSM. You can use cold press or cold press is really good because you can see the rough picture is having a lot of texture and it is really hard to tackle add the first. So just for your convenience, go with the cold press watercolor paper for the brushes. I'm going to use these three brushes. Maybe these two are just depending upon whichever size you are comfortable with. So if add the places I am comfortable, I want to use a smaller size. I'm going to use size aid. And sometimes I will going to use size 10 Depending upon the mood and the thing that I have two Ping and little bigger flat brush, maybe you or you can use this ticker flat brush. Main purpose of this brush is just to wet the paper before putting the color. You know it, there will be areas where you have to wet the paper, but you can also neglect this brush because the area that you need to read can also be very deadly with dispersion, but it needs a little bit more effort at compared to this brush. 3. Basic Watercolour Techniques : Hello friends. In this video, we are going to learn about the basic watercolor techniques that we're going to use for this composition. So starting with the Witton wet technique in watercolors, they are basically two major watercolor techniques, which is wet in wet and wet and dry. But they are like multiple other secondary technique. So we're going to start with weddings it so wet-in-wet is when you're applying wet paint on wet surface. So for that I have to wet the surface by putting some water on edge. So I'm just reading the watercolor paper. Already engaged. The color is little bit colored so you can determine the verge side and the dark side. So you can see this is the word side and now I'm dropping those wet paint on wet piece of surface so you can see the color actually just exploded with no actual boundaries. So this is when we are doing within their technique. And if you are much familiar and if you understood the dendritic knee, it is common. The wet and dry means when you are painting, when you're putting the wet paint on dry piece of paper. So I'm just going to paint directly on the dry piece of paper and you can see it actually got the dry edges. You can see the dry desire, but here you cannot see any specific edges. So this is a wet on dry and dry brush technique is when VR applying this kind of stroke. So how can you get these kind of stroke in this, you're adding a lot more color and very less amount of water, mixing it and then applying it on the paper. And you can see there is a lot of color, very less amount of water and you're getting this kind of stroke. Mainly I use this for base layers, this law detailing and this, when we are painting the stems or leaves or sepals, I really loved the kind of texture that this techniques gives you an offers you. 4. Colours used: Hello friends. In this video, we're going to learn about all the colors that I will be using for this tutorial. You don't have to stick to exact same shared. But you know, I will be giving a little bit of idea like what kind of shared you need. So I'm just going to start with the first year that I will be using as a red rose deep quinacridone, and it is from DaVinci. Pigment name of this color is PV 19. You don't have to stick with exact same brand. You just have to look for the pigment names from different brands. So you can buy from Sennelier or from Daniel Smith sooner, depending upon your budget and your liking, you can switch to the brands. Other color that I'm using is alizarin crimson deep or alizarin crimson. The one that I'm using is from M Graham, and it is a deeper shade of red. You can see it is a little bit deeper as compared to the previous color. The third color that I will be using is burnt sienna. It is a brown shade. It is a really famous shield and I will not recommend you to use any alternative shades. And go with the burnt sienna. I hold that you, you must have this color in your palette already. And the next sheet that I will be using is cobalt blue deep. You don't have to use cobalt blue deep. You can use ultramarine blue because that is more feasible as compared to cobalt blue deep. And that is even more cheaper. And now we are only left with a green shade the first year that I will be using as a sap green. And the green that I'm using is from Da Vinci brand. It is an amazing sap green. It is one of my favorite. You can use sap green from any brand. So this is the shade. And the last color that I will be using is the undersea green and it is from Daniel Smith. Basically, a one I'm using is the lighter shade of green and the other is a darker shade of green. So you can see it is a little bit more darker. But both, the, both of the greens are more mossy kind of green. They are not like we're very cooler. Water, warm and one is the lighter shade and other is a darker shade. 5. Base Layer of Rose: So the first and the foremost thing that we are going to tackle in this composition as a rose. I know the roses in yellow color, but to add a little bit off and kind of excitement and more creativity, we're going to paint it in pink shade. So what I'm going to start, I'm going to be it in layer by layer. So they really base layer and then there will be another layer and then detailing. So basically I rose will be painted in the layers. We're going to start with the base layer. I will be telling you what she had that you have to follow for that. So basically, we are going to be in the overall shape of the flower for that. So I have outlined this with a pink color. I'm going to take my breath. It will be of size. This one is size eight round. I am going to dip it in water and then I am going to take some of the pink color, light dripping shared. All right, I will be toned down it a little bit. I will be showing you my palette. So this is my palette. I will be adding a lot of water to this area. You can see a lot of order. And now I am going to be the base layer, so I'm just going to paint the outlying area. You don't have to be very particular in this area because after all, it will be hidden by these sepals that we're going to be in afterwards. So I'm going to paint this outer layer. So just not being very precise at the bottom part, you can see that color is even throughout. I am adding some more water. Just filling up the area. What you can do is you can just outline first and then fill up that color. But then you have to take care of color being dry, dried. So just being very irregular at the top part, adding a little bit of more color. So being so a very irregular over here, and then dropping, then there is another petal. And then it is almost a straight over here. So I have painted the outliner now I am just gonna fill up the area that I have outlined. So this is the overall shape that our flower is offering us. And now we're going to define the petals for defining the petals, what do you have to do? You have to be in here, but this area should be more darker as compared to this area. See anything happening over here. This area is more directly as compared to this area. So we have to do that. I'm going to be a little bit saturated, pink color, more saturated than this one. And now I'm going to start from here, you can see, and now I am going to join it from here. So I started from here, giving it an arc. I went till here. All right, I'm going back with the pellet taking some more saturated color. And if you are curious, this is we're doing it in a wet in wet technique. So a little bit dark over here. And then I'm just gonna join from here to here because I can see it in reference picture from here to here. Just follow the reference picture. And then I'm just going to darken it over here. Okay? Also what you can do, you can just add a little bit of darkness over here, but if it is going to spoil your reference picture or the painting, just don't do it. I'm going to define this one. The spandrel, alleged bit more. Okay. And now I have the paint, a straight line following from here to here. Just a straight line. If not Allah is bleeding here and there it is completely fine. It is property of watercolor that it's going to bleed anyway. So now once we have done these two petals, we're going to paint these all small petals. This reference picture is picked up for purpose because it is hard if you are going to be really big bloom flower. So it is very well-deserved from the UN bloomed ones. I'm going to take more saturated color. So use a, you can see here the color was really watery when we used earlier and now I'm using a very saturated color. So I'm going to start from here, from this petal of which will be entered earlier and is gonna mark it on the screen from this petal. They're going to start from here, kind of like at 90 degree less than 1980. And we just overhearing accordingly and doing the same thing over here. And another thing over here, I will really recommend not to be very precise with this part because Rosie scan, it is a national thing and it can go here and there, Elizabeth. It is completely fine if you're just doing you can add like, you know, do do three strokes on your own just for your self. Well, that's all I guess it is looking like a rose a little bit. And now there is one thing that is marred and the reference picture and that is the turn over. So basically the petals can be toned or a little bit, so you can also represent it on the paper. What I'm gonna do, I'm just going to take the same Rashid. And now I am going to be and this bed, this stroke over here. Now I'm going to remove all the color from the brush. And I'm gonna just smoothen it up a little bit so you can see it is looking like it is done or a little bit towards the outer side. 6. Detailing The Rose: Once you are done with these two layers, the first layer was the base layer, and then we did a little bit of detailing in wet and wet technique. Now what we can do, we can do a little bit of more detailing. Also, we talked about the turn over in the previous video. We can also add it on our own. Hear you can, you know, it just adds a lot of interest whenever you are painting. So I guess the paper has dried even are, at least it is semi dry. So I'm just going to take saturated Alizarin crimson. It will be a little bit more saturated. And then I'm just going to add it like at small parts where I have to add detail. So you can see in this rules, this is the darkest part. So I'm gonna do a lot of detailing over here. This adding a lot of saturation, but not being very precise. You can see I have barely put like seven strokes, but it is looking so we'll try to put minimum strokes and lead the beauty of flower come on its own. I'm going to desaturate that are a little bit by adding a little bit of water. And now I am just going to paint this rope over here and the stroke over here. I'm going to remove all the color by rinsing it in water. And then I'm just going to smoothen it up a little bit. And I'm going to add a little bit of shadow at the sign. I'm using same Alizarin crimson watered-down version. And you can see here it is hard edge and if it is having hard as it is completely fine, if you want to smoothen it by clean water or clean brush, you can do it completely. And now I'm going to add a little bit of darkness over here. And you know what you're going to do. You can add just these very faint lines like this. It gives GeV any effect to the leaves, but make sure that this color is very, very light. If you are going to ruin the painting by adding this, please skip this step because you don't want to change the legibility and the beauty of the flower. 7. Sepal: In the previous video, we ended up painting a rose flower, which is the main component of the composition. But a whole composition cannot exist without other components like samples, leaf, or stems. I know this reference picture is just having like only three components. We're going to add leaves on own and I will be also telling how to cast a shadow. So we're going to start with the sepal part. Sepals are these long green petals which are surrounding the rose flower. And here we are having few symbols here and there. I'm just going to take exact same brush. You know, it is size eight. I'm taking some sap green color from a ballad. You don't have to be very precise of a dereference bacteria that it is going in this direction and you have to go in this direction because it is a reference picture. It is only here to give you an idea and you then G and J according to yourself. So for painting, suppose I always start from this part, from the lower part or the thicker part of the sepal. Now, I only, I keep my brush almost add the 90 degree. You can see I'm holding it from really upright, but if you are comfortable holding it from down, it is completely fine. I am holding a trauma because I want you to see and it is the best that you can see. So I'm just going to start from the bottom and then I am going to just lift my brush. All right. I was giving pressure and then I just lifted up. I know it is not a perfect thing. So what you can do, you can just come bread, but from other position. And you can just do this kind of thing. You can see it looks really good From here. It is tick, tick, tick getting, getting 10, and again, it get its thickness. So I do exact same set and now I am going to paint a few more. Just to give you an idea. So you can see here it is takeover here and I just lifted. You can see I just listed like this. And then I can of course come from bad, from other position and then add this thing. So you can see it is takeover here and getting back, take ten tick. So, but here in this one it is take and then 10 and then getting thick, but it has not seen in all cases of roses. 8. Practical Application of Sepal: So now in this video we're gonna learn how to practically please these sepals in this rows. We are going to paint the whole picture again. But I just wanted to give you a practical example how you can place this in a rose flower. So I'm going to go back and take the sap green color in my palette. Use a little. 9. Learning Stem: Once we're done with these two components, we now have to go to the stem part, which is elongated green part of the flower. You can see this is gem that we are going to paint. And now what I'm gonna do, I'm just going to take sap green color in my palette. You can see the consistency of the color that I'm using. And this is the sap green color from the palette. And this is the consistency, not a, you know, editors like kinda in-between. Not very thick, not the 10. And for painting the stem, but what you have to do, you don't have to use your finger just like this. Use your arm. You don't just be very confident that you have to start from here. You have to end bill her than maker brush up to like this angle almost a dish degree and then layer dip one. Do you know? I really like when you are bending like these straight lines and then there is a point of angle and then the you are painting another straight line. So don't be like bending like DES of legalism because of course they do not talk really good. This looks way better. And also you can add a little bit of dark color and then you are painting it. So what I do, I like to paint it in first light shade of green. I started with a light shirt. You can see straight stem and you can just go back and fix up if you can, if you are not sure that you can fix it properly, just drop it. And then I'm gonna do a little bit of darker shade, you know, the undersea green that we talked about. And I'm just going to add a little bit of saturation at some point you can see added a little bit of a bulge over here. You know, maybe you can just add a leaf over here. But we are going to learn the leaf after this video. And I'm just going to add a little bit of darkness here and there. 10. Basic Leaves: Once we have done with the flower and sepals and stem part of the flower. Now we're going to learn how to be infused their anomalies in the reference picture. But I'm going to teach you how to paint leaves a little bit in a realistic style. All right, so I'm just going to take some sap green color in my palette. So this is my battered. So this is a sap green color. I'm going to add a little bit of alizarin crimson into this. In just a little bit of alizarin crimson, you can see it just changed into like some much like our lavish green. So yeah, You want something like this. If you want to add a little bit more, it is completely fine, but don't make it too much brown or do much even some using the scholar for my petals. So I'm just gonna start from the top bar. You can see I'm providing that really sharp tip. And then, you know, just like a few irregular bees in this leaves, just making the outline and then filling it up. Now what you can do, you can take a little bit more darker shade of green, which is the undersea green. I'm taking undersea green right now and you know, you can just add it little bit at like one side just to show the shadow. And then you can just smoothen it up. All right, or you can even take a little bit of alizarin crimson added with the sap green are the stains. Alizarin crimson is more. And now i'm, I'm going to draw this letter just to the edges of the flower, just the top and the bottom part, and then just joining it to the stem. But you, it is not necessary that you have to go with this particular area polarity in this leaf. You can also be like painted straight like this. But the same, it is kind of more triangular ratio as compared to this line. It is more likely or relish and this is the same. I just painted it a little bit triangular ish and join it to the stem and then take a little bit of alizarin crimson mixed fluid, the sap green. And I'm just going to drop the color over here so you can see. 11. Base Layer of Composition : Hey friends, now you're going to start with the main composition, but I would really recommend you to practice all the things that we had learned in previous videos so that you can really do well while doing the project part. It is made step-by-step and in such a manner that it will be better if you are going to practice it in that particular manner that I have taught in previous videos. So we are not just going to be in the flower in the basic manner which is given in the reference picture. We're just gonna give it a little bit list of our own. We're going to paint the flower in a layered manner. That's why I am been doing it in landscape position. So basically the flower will be laid in this matter and there will be a shadow that will be costs here that below the flower. So there's this kind of really interesting and realistic. So we're just going to start with the rowspan. So like we did earlier, I'm just going to start with the rows. I'm going to start with the base layer that we did earlier. The base layer, the base layer, and the base shape that our flower was offering us as Lambda's going to start with this like I end up balls and I'm not going to paint like very big. It is A4 size paper and I want to painting like really, really big. It is like a medium. Shapes do not meet like this. Small r do not be like this big. Something that, that size of paper can accommodate. So like a little bit of shape over here and chaebol here it goes straight towards it. Now also don't forget to just the edges inner side of the flower because it will get hard and it will dry. And then there is this one petal which is going across the flower like this. And just giving it a little bit of bulls. And then it is coming back. And then there is little bit of sharp edge over here. And then it is like this. Surgery, love the shape of the flower. It is very basic, very easy, something that I'm really enjoying. And just filling up the area that have been there earlier. And you can see you can also do a little bit of alterations that you want. If you want any alterations, if you are not happy with the shape of the flower, you can always make it a little bit fatter, longer or you can just edit the shapes over here. Edit the shapes over here at the bottom. By the way, at the bottom, you don't have to date a lot of care because it has any ways gonna hit Hide by the simple part. So I'm going to take a little bit of saturated shade. And now I'm going to start from binding. This is going over here. So I know that I have to start from here and I have to end where there is a breakthrough over here. So you just have to see in your mind dad, from we have to start and from there you have to end. All right. And then same thing happening over here. This is like this one big petal which is starting from here. And then I have to paint it from here. So you can see the very basic step and I am just going to make the color even more darker over here and then it is getting lighter when we are going towards the side. I'm just going to add some dark dollar over here. And in the meantime, your flower is already wet. What you can do is you can go and paint these strokes like this. Okay? So once we had not done with these two meter petals, the most of the work is done and now I'm going to take saturated color, again, the red rose deep. And then I am just gonna join these two parts. And then there is a one petal over here. Like you're just play around with the reference picture. You can also add your own petals if you want do it is completely up to you. So you can also do the alterations afterwards if you want to. So I'm just going to let it dry. In the meantime, I'm going to paint the petals of the flower. 12. Placement of Sepals : So once we are done with the two layers of the flower, I'm just going to add few sepals in the flower, but in the meantime, I'm just going to let it dry and then we'll wanna do detailing because, you know, the thing is, it is going to save you a lot of time. If you are just going to paint the base layers and then you're going to read and then you're gonna do a little bit of detailing. Then it's gonna take a lot of time. So what I do at the end, the base layers and then paint another thing, then get back to the flower and do the detailing, and then paint another things. So you know that you are using your time very efficient manner, in a very efficient manner. So what I'm gonna do, I'm just going to be in the sample that we learned earlier. I'm just going to start from the bottom, add a little bit of water in the brush. And then you can see my brush angle. It is little bit shade over here. And then even, I don't think you, after listening to this, you need to look at the reference pic. A look at this. The thing that I'm seeing because you can just go however you feel. And now I'm going to be in the another one which is over here. You then add it on your own. And then there is this one which is just add the front a little bit of tech from the bottom and then going back to the SharePoint, coming back from other position and join in it. Same thing happening over here. I'm just going to take paint really tick bit lower here. And then doing the same thing. Again, I'm going to be in the bedroom which is present at the back. I'm going to be in this one. And a little bit smaller, leading tiny battle over here. Also, you can add a lot of interests to the sepals is you're going to add a little bit of darker shade of green. I'm gonna use undersea green and I'm just going to add a little bit of darkness here and there. Just a little bit over here you can see there was a one stroke. And then I really love to add a little bit and saturation are the tips of the flower, are the tip of the sepals. It goes really well. And a little bit of darkness or here. So I guess I'm really happy with the kind of sepals they can morph. It is looking like it is a part of flour and it is supporting the flower. And that was our mean. 13. Detailing Rose in Composition : Once we're done with the several bars and the base layer of the flower is dry. We are going to go back to the flower and do a little bit of detailing. Make sure you don't do a lot of detailing because you know it if you're going to over detail your flower, it's not going to look good at all. So I'm going to go back and like few strokes and just here and there just to debtor mine from where the petal starts and from there it just ends. Not a lot of detailing again. And now I'm just going to rinse out all the color from the bridge. It is clean brush with clean water and I'm just going to smooth it up. Same thing happening over here. All right. So I'm just I won't be doing a lot of detailing, but a little bit of shadow over here. And little bit of shadow over here. Again, I'm gonna do it every beat, exact same step. I'm just going to smoothen the edges, just giving that sense of darkness. And now also you can add a little bit of turnover in your flower petals. Turnover is upgrade, is going to upgrade your painting him like this. It is a really quick tip and practical tip that you can apply in your flower. 14. Adding Stem in Composition : So once you're done with this much part of the flower, now there is not a left, a lot of thing that is left. Now you have to just being the leaves and stem of the flower. So stem is this the elongated long part? So what I'm gonna do, I'm just gonna take Sabrina in the palette and now I'm just gonna pay, you know, it is not like just a long thing coming out of the flower. It is a little bit bulged over here. You can see a little bit budged over here. And then it is coming back to him. So I'm just going to mimic exact same thing. I'm just gonna make it a little bit thicker over here. All right? And then what I'm gonna do, I'm just gonna be a long stem. Make sure you are using your, your, your brush angle. What we learned earlier, and we're going to paint it in one goal of very straight line. And I'm not going to paint it like for really long till here. I'm just going to leave it till here. And now I'm going to add a leaf over here. So leave just in-between. And I'm just really irregular leaf. And then maybe like one more leaf. Or from here, you can see I'm adding a really irregular shapes to leaves and then maybe it can just come back and joined to a stem. So I'm just going to change the direction of the stem. And I'm just going to add one more small leaf over here, very irregular shape. And right now I haven't done any of the detailing in the flower. You're going to also add leaves. I will really recommend to add leaf when it is kinda changing the position, the stem is changing the position it is the best manner where you can add leaves to the stem. 15. Detailing Leaves and Stem: Once you are done with the painting, that leaf part, I have told you this is the best place where you can place the leaf. Now I'm going to take a little bit of alizarin crimson mixed with the sap green. And now we're going to add a little bit of detailing. Just dropping their treeline, mossy green, olive green color here and there. But not, you know, just fully cover your pedal or the leaf with the scholar. Also, I'm going to dig a little bit of sap green. You can also mix it with the previous Alizarin crimson. And now I'm going to add this in stem part. But you can see I haven't made the whole length of the stem with this or even with the flowers or the leaf part. So we are done with the main structure of the flower. But there is one more thing that you're going to add and that is the most exciting part we're going to add how to add shadow in this painting because that's, you know, that is just gonna upgrade your painting game. Again, like this. It is going to add a lot of interests in your painting. It's going to look really good soul. In next video we're going to learn how to add shadow, and that's a bonus video. 16. Bonus Shadow : Now once we have painted the whole structure, we don't want the reference picture at all. Now what I'm gonna do now we are going to use the burnt sienna and Endo cobalt blue deep. Or if you use that color, ultramarine blue, then now it is the tone of you are going to use those color in our pellet. Some gonna take this is the palette. Now I'm going to take the cobalt blue, the ultramarine blue. I'm just going to take that color and now I'm going to take the bones Yana, in the ballot. You can see I'm just picking up the color, adding someone sienna. And you can see it is making a really nice gray color. You can also use pre-mixed gray color, but if you are not having premix green color, you can mix it on your own and a lot of water to it because you know, the grays are really strong and you don't want to spoil your painting. So I'm gonna use a very watered-down version, everything in the shadow. So once we have made that, I'm going to be in the shadow, I'm just going to start from here. You can see I just painted this shame. Long length. And then I'm just going to mimic the scene outer most shape of the flower on the shadow, but a little bit towards the bottom side. I'm going to cover that part, you know, add a little bit of irregularity and then there is this bulging part, a bulging person and there and you also have to add these sepals. The sepal that we've been given over here, and the other button which is over here. Okay. And now I'm just going to become the color, again, watered-down version. You just alternatively have to make it light and dark. And then once you are here, what you have to do, you have to add this bulge urine, but same thing that we have been talking about here. You have to mimic the same thing at the bottom side of the flower. So you can add like one sample over here. And now I have to just be the long length of this flower. Also, the other thing that you can do is you can be in this invading the technique. So what you can do, you can use either this brush, you can use your normal brush. You can just use the wet area and you don't just read the area over here, just make sure the water is clean. I'm using a little bit of colored water so that I can show you what's happening. And I'm going to take some of the mixed color. I'm going to paint the leaf that is present over here. Same thing. I'm going to paint this leaf over here. And you can add a stem over here and the leaf over here. So you can see it is looking solar and shadow is already wet. You can just add few water drops just to make it really interesting. Also, if you think that your shadow is little bit dark, like like here, what you can do it you can just lift up the color from the painted area. I guess I am very happy with the kind of results that have got with this. It's looking really beautiful, really like kind of realistic style. And I hope you really enjoyed this can class.