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Watercolor cats in 3 different styles

teacher avatar Anna Krupa, graphic designer, photographer

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Lessons in This Class

9 Lessons (1h 47m)
    • 1. 1. Intro

    • 2. 2. outline

    • 3. 3. colors

    • 4. 4. first cat first layer

    • 5. 5. first cat second layer

    • 6. 6. second cat colors and first layer

    • 7. 7. second cat process

    • 8. 8. third cat colors and first layer

    • 9. 9. third cat process

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About This Class

What you’ll learn:

  1. three different techniques painting the same cat

a) one more natural style

b) one galaxy style 

c) totaly expressive and vibrant color style.

Who this class is for:

This class it perrrrfect for any cat lover who wan’t to paint his or her pet. It’s also suitable for any watercolor enthusiast willing to try new techniques (and also have fun while trying it). 


At the end of this class you’ll have a completed three beautiful cat illustrations for you to frame or give as a gift.



  • outline of the cat
  • reference picture of the cat

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Anna Krupa

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1. 1. Intro: Hello, Welcome on my another watercolor class. This time we will be painting watercolor cats in different styles. Well, my inspiration was this picture, this picture of a cat, which I found on the one of the pages of my calendar. He was just so beautiful that I thought that I have to paint him. You should do with me. I may outline based on that picture. And we will be using this outline to paint different style cats. I think it's also a good exercise for everybody to paint the same subject or theme in different styles. So I have already painted in four different styles, just like you see, this one was first, this 1 second for in a fourt. I'm going to show you through that course how to paint in three of that four styles. I think it's a great exercise for us. It, for your creativity to paint on one subject. For example, 54 or even more styles. 2. 2. outline: I suppose you know how to transfer the outline to the watercolor paper. So we won't do it together because it's quite a long process. I just transferred my outline to the watercolor paper. My lines are quite dark for you to see on this video. But if you are going to do this sketch, try the lines to be very light, not as dark as mine. 3. 3. colors: Okay, so let's do this first cat. This cat is more discussed, is more natural looking. Still got my reference photo with me. I will attach it in the project section. I have printed it in black and white because when I have it in black and white, I see better. Where are the darker values on the cut? And where are lighter values? For me, it's easier to see where I should put more paint in darker, darker colors. Where I should put more light virus. I will attach it in the project section for you to see, but the attached version will be in color, but you can still drink it in blocking rights. For the whole course, I will be using Raman small pilot mini palette. It has 12 colors. They are great. I just loved them, so I'm always using them. So the colors which we will be using our hands, the yellow follow blue, I guess. Natural sienna, light, world sienna. Bit of what we call magenta. Also use these details, blog details. Payne's gray, my favorite, Payne's gray. Let's start painting. For the brushes. I'll be using Princeton number four round brush. Number six, loosen. The details I have this. Loops are weaker. But you can also draw midrash. You like these details. 4. 4. first cat first layer: Okay, so we will be painting layers. The first layer, we need to make a very light value. It won't be light brown because you see on this Cathy instructor, I have it in black and white. In the project section, you have a color version. When you look closely, you will see that this cut is not wholly brown. Some blue tones in peace. For his four, we will incorporate that into our firm. We will do that simply by mixing the first very light gray mix. But in this gray with following a bit, followed blue. We have we will be painting the whole cart except nose and eyes. We need to make quite a lot of color. Mix. Lot of the scholar. It's still bluish. To put more Payne's gray and also more Walter. My paint. See it still glory. I need to be more. Gravestones. Still, more. Still more Walter. Scholar will be watery, transparent, translucent. Still dark or pins. If you don't have pens gray, you can always use black. Let's take once again, I think this color, this color is quite nice. Perhaps I will add more water into it, into the mixture. I will start painting the whole cut. The color here is too dark. I'm going to dilute it with water on my brush. Remember, we don't find eyes and nose and it doesn't matter if you go outside the lines. What's your paint goes. We also will be painting for the last step. The whiskers. They will be outside the lines, will go outside, outside the lines. So don't pay too much attention. If you go simply it to Georgetown. I guess I opened it too much in here with the dry brush. I'm trying to sweat paint brush, and trying to move paint around. I just loved the color. I think this time this cat will look like my Misha. Russia is my home cut. I think this time this Carswell look smart like her. Like this cut from the calendar pages. But still just like I said before, it's some, it's a nice exercise to paint the same, even with the same outline, the same cat over and over again to see what happens. Now that we have paid at the first layer of the cut. We need to we need to wait till this paint is completely dry to play the second layer. You can use a hairdryer to do that, or you can simply, or you can simply leave it leave it to dry by itself. See you in a moment. 5. 5. first cat second layer: Okay, So I have my first layer dry. Now. This time we will add another layer of color. As you can see, a picture of the cut. We have some areas which are completely without the color. This we will lift as they are now. It will be areas around, around, around the nose and around this. Also, as you can see, my cat has a lot of, a lot of stripes in here. So we are going to paint only the dark ones. So let's start. We are going to mix a color which is not very dark. It would be of yellow and brown. You can also use Sienna Light. I will I will mix some Sienna Light with my Italian burnt sienna, my Newtonian burnt sienna. So this one also try to mix a lot of this color because when it gets a lot painting process of our character. So let's see what we've got here. Yes, spot needed to be more neutral. More sienna. Cmm wars. You will be painting in layers, so it's not gonna be the last layers, so discolored. Don't have to be fairly dark. But we also layering technique, so we will be building color from the one we have with the one we have the previous, from the early first layer and from the second layer, which we will define in credit mode. So I'm changing my brush. Number four, just loved that Princeton Heritage brush since it's why I usually switch to it. Let's look once again at our cat. For example, that start painting from the areas around those. Just like you see, some signs where the light areas and the dark areas meet our cut. Let's paint very light shade of color at the moment. I'm trying to blend it with my previous layer is still wet. I'm going to put the color in here. Just for you to remember this is a more, those teaching you a moron Lewis approach to painting a cat. So it's not very realistic. Think no. I'm going to paint these areas as you can see on the picture and this areas. So we will living this completely. Maybe not white but the color of the previous layer here already with have water. Since we are going to the edge of our counters. Just love to paint it with this brush strokes, which simulates deferred. The years. Around the EU's eats this area, area. We can paint some light for in here. Also. But you can leave it completely dry as it is right now. Still blending with water like this heart edges. That's why I'm blending it with Walter. I will paint some long-term to be in different shades. That's why I'm starting from the light. Simply if you don't like some strokes which you have, you just dilute it with water. I don't like this gap each group was creating, which created in here. Still I can cover it in the next step. Since it's not already dry, I can dilute it with water. Some more foreign here. My color is almost gone. So quickly. Another row. That's why I told you that you should make a lot of this mixture with the bigger brush will be easier to mix. More color at once. Let's quickly check. Perhaps more water. Let's quickly considers. Right here, goes over the eyes cut. So I'm leaving this area here. The same in here under this area is darker. I guess. I will dilute it here. Around the buret. I don't want them to be so harsh, harsh lines in here. More for this area, it's completely, completely without the shapes. So even, even diluting with water. Also, I will my shapes in here to make it softer goes like this cross lines. You can still do it with the brush. That's fine. This is our second layer of color. We can move on to the third one. We will make a darker color, darker brown, sold this time more brown, Italian, burnt sienna, or even a little bit separate screen number, deep. Natural sooner lights. We can find it. This first layer. Still when the second layer is dry because it doesn't learned colors bleed. Sometimes it even better because it's smart style. Loose style looking a bit sooner, right? Cnn. Soon I can see corners tend to be more translucent. More trains. It's quite nice. It's quite nice. So once again, switching. Well, as you can see, I forgot to paint here. So I'm going to do that right now. But I will dilute this brown mixture because it looks strange when there are four in one ear. In the second one there is none. When I got this brown mixture, mixture, this time, I'm going to paint, I'm going to concentrate on the dark areas, especially on the Stripes. Cut. This one over the eyes, spurts of the nose. And this parts on their device. And once again, I'm going to print Louis Leakey for all around the around the head. I forgot to mention. It. Also will paint this time, we'll paint in this stage, I will paint the mouth. As you can see, here is a bit of darker shades. So even at the beginning, with the very tip of my brush, I will say number zeros 0 double 0, brush only with the water. The edges of it under the color. The scum transition of color. Each or think that it's much, simply leave the color. Would you try? Dry brush? You can also leave it to dry and then paint. Another layer is, let's see how this will look. This time, we'll start. I'm painting from the ears. Goes. As you can see. The top of the ears are also dark areas. But I don't have to cover all of the slides. You switch, I have painted before. Also trying to locate edges of the color to make the transition smoother. I will paint the stripes in here with this quick movements. Would still, I have a wet area in here so it bleeds but it doesn't matter. It's not something wrong. We choose should avoid. I think it's quite nice. That's why I lifted. That's why I did. It. Happens to you just think it's something wrong. This area since this stripe is dry, I want it to bleed a bit with the brush to make a bit on the nose. Dry brush pen because I think the bleeds too much so the paint will also do the same if his movements on the other side. Again with the word brush. We've got harsh edges. Also with my wet brush. I will make the color bleed on this because I don't want it to be as white as it was. Even a little think I will do the same here. I want a little, a little bleed. Just like before. I might paint over. So I need to make, once again, my colored the same, but it doesn't matter. I love to play with colors. So sometimes I'll just make something that their friend, and it's okay. We will be painting. Second part of the only with the width brush. Loosely painting my four. It's quite nice and quite different than the previous one. I think. Good thing about not to cut or the same. With my wet brush. I didn't want the speed to be so hurt. I'm sorry. Still I don't want this edit just to be hard, so I'm painting only with water to make it more loosen. It should be. Just like. Also, I will paint some adults in here where the whiskers are because they are usually darker. The area from the whiskers cro is usually darker, so I will I don't want them to be very dark. That's why I used this color, this middle color. See how it looks like. Sneaks color from for our nose. I will use in Chrome, magenta. Just a bit much. I will start only the bottom of the nose. Clean my brush with the width. Rush. This color denotes those like this color and think of it. It's too bright. You can live with brush. But remember that color gets lighter when friends. Right now, we will be mixing color for our eyes. I use it bright green for my eyes. I have only one green on my palette. I like to mix it with this cobalt teal color. Make it slightly different. So succinct my fellow, green. I think this green, It's too deep. In my eyes, so I will mix it with this follow. What's Cobalt Teal? Perhaps a bit of low. Our CEO, perhaps I will use mortar, cnf. I didn't need a lot of this color. I liked it, so I mixed naturally, follow green and cobalt teal. Achieve this color. I will paint the iris. Quite nice green eye beauty. We were be painting a further layer of color over the cut. Everything, not everything is try to drive, drive to override this stripes. I see that there are still wet. But maybe for now we will mix a new color. So this time I won't be using natural light because I want this color to be dark. All switch to be good brush to make a lot of this color. I will be using Cyprus burnt umber deep. I will only put this color. So I needed to be more glass, translucent, more solid. That's great. So once again, I'm switching my brush. See if it still worked. It's crying. So we are going to make darker areas, even more darker. So I think it will be my last calendar of the cut. But you have to remember that if you don't like the way, if you don't like the effect which you have GIF, you can still paint another layer, another layer. Or you can use even Postgre markers which I love. Or even wash over your cut. Just a piece of paper if you don't like what you have achieved, just take another piece. You have this outline, sketch, make it once again and start over again. Let's start from the ears. This time. Painting stripes. This will like the middles tribes. So it was improved direction I give blue, I like that. I like afraid of painting that. Oem. The first one I've painted so long that I thought that I just don't remember it or how to paint it. Notice afraid. I was actually scared to talk to this person. Once again, but I must say that I love I simply evolved. This area is too bright in here. That's why I switched to my double 0 brush. Loaded with water. Move a little discover, make a little b. And the same, not much, but just a little. Even this little changes makes the difference. The same in here. I let them bleed the other side of the nose with my smallest brush. So with double 0, with only water only capability. Keep the dissenter. If it's too much, you can simply, with the bright brush and lift a bit of that color. But I like this, I like this pretty much. I hope you liked your effort. So here we have the dark and do this for lake strokes. The rest, I will put the water in. Shadows. Leaks like links almost. We have left are details on the eyes, nose, and the whiskers. And still we can paint some dark for because this time we will do using by his grade. If you don't have Payne's gray, you can use black or very dark color. Not translucent. Just like more solutes, so less water or more paint. Walter. I will switch to my brush. I have also this kind of brush, its own rigor. Sometimes I like to paint details with my rigger brush. But let's start from the eyes. Goes, as you can see on the picture to Scott has a very dark outline of the eye. A soup can see this picture of the cat. It goes like this. My first work, I forgot to paint it. I admit I forgot the painting. If you will need to be darker, you can paint it twice. What we have to paint details. And you can also paint some darker stripes. Gets lighter when it, when it's dry so it won't be on smudge visible as you can see. Now. The last thing, whiskers. Some thoughts. Whiskers. We're finished. Cat. Looks quite. Hope you like it. So police your work in the project section, I would love to see your works. In the next video, I will show you how to paint more colorful cuts. So see you there. 6. 6. second cat colors and first layer: Hello. This time we'll be painting more abstract card just like this. We will be using almost the same colors, the same palette, but different style. So I have my outline transferred to the watercolor paper. I want you showing you that stage simply, let's move on to painting. It just like before, we will mix all of the colors at the beginning. Because I like when they are mixed with each other, simply, I like to use wet-on-wet technique while painting discussed, so I need to make them first. Mix them between layers. So let's definitely we will be using are pure and it's hansa yellow light from my palette, from my Romans small pallet. We will be mixing some orange because my orange from that palette is very intense. I want to, I want to dilute it a bit, a bit of brown or a bit of yellow. We'll see we also using this cobalt teal color, Payne's gray for the details and Cyprus burnt umber deep for all of our details, for details. And I think that was all. And also using quiet, you can use white gouache, but I used white Posca, posca pen. I just loved false color. I used for this small details, I used postcard, white posca phone. Let's mix some colors first. But if you don't have this unique posca pen, you can always use wash. First, ONE mix some yellow. This time, we won't be painting the whole cart as our first layer. We will be painting with a brush strokes, just like you see. It's not the whole area. It's, it's painted with brushstrokes. That's the secret sauce of this semidefinite. So let's sneak a lot of yellow. Hansa, yellow light. This. And it's like how often a half, half of the water and half of the paint. So it's not very translucent. It's not also very solid color. Okay, so we have yellow here. I will mix my cobalt teal. I have some green left in here, but I will mix cobalt in here. I think it will be okay. Also, just like the yellow 1.5 water half paint, so it's not very slow sand and not spare, not very solid. The first one, I will mix an orange. This orange on that palette, It's very, very intense. See, it's very intense. Orange, It's acquirer use orange. I'm going to make it slightly muted color. I like that. It's some strong carb, but it's too strong for my piece. So ongoing alert bit of burnt sienna to it. A bit. I'm going to mix some ground. It's my brown straight from the palette. This one, Cyprus burnt umber, deep sea. But I will do tomorrow with water and perhaps, maybe mix some burnt sienna. Get more warm color. This is Payne's gray. Payne's gray. Great. 7. 7. second cat process: I will take, take the brush number six. The first number six. I use Winsor and Newton brush, round brush, and I will start with my lightest color. So with hansa yellow light, I will start painting with brush strokes. I will show you the picture. Once again. We will paint the whole cat almost the whole cut, even the lightest areas of the gut. This brush strokes, the brush marks, will leave ice, not painted. The same width, knows everything else. I will paint simulating for shape or before. Los will make some more. Paint. The painting. The legs. We'll take the color with the fill color. I will paint all the light areas of the gut, so the ears, around the nose and mouth, and around the eyes. And these stripes over here. I can switch to a smaller brush because I don't use larger watercolor paper this time. My yellow is still wet. I will paint my teal. Just as you can see, the areas where I might feel, where there is underneath, it gets subtle color change and change. Green. It doesn't matter. It's abstract painting of the cut. So I'm painting with my teal only the areas which are light. So we've got here next to the eye. Next to the second. I am below the eye. You're already sick. This tribes, tribes. I'll take my orange color will darken a bit. The areas which are darker stripes once again, here, upper, upper site of the US. Here. The four goes. And also describes over here, before under the mouth and this little place smell. Let's start with this, beats this all the time on the wet-on-wet technique. The sides of the nose. Bte, hearing their assimilation of the four. Mix some more orange bit in here. The people of my brush. The floor over here. Remember that below the eye there is lighter area. For each year it gets darker while it's more outside and get some more. Remember, it's just an abstract painting so it doesn't have to do look at be just your cats. Okay, so we'll also paint tickets by dt with my teal color to dry when I move on to the darker details. That's why I'm painting it now. The second I know, Move on. Our dark brown. This time we will be painting the shadows and all these tribes. Once again, a little bit of here. Here. The top of the head, stripes in here under the ice, a little bit on the sides of the nose and the mouth. Let's go. This time. I want to paint nice tribes, only with the tip of my brush to similarly the fourth. The same here. My orange layer is dry, but it can be this way. You like, you can wait till it's completely dry. I'm painting. Strokes. Strokes not like each other. It's quite nice. Once again, something third area and this area on the site, stripes, a lot of stripes. Using all the time saved. Creek Nation's. Think my cut here. I will let something mouth and o for more diluted brown. Over here. I will even only paint with water. Just move this paint from the top to the bottom to make it even more diluted into painting. Also, try even more. Some of this paint with my paper towel. Next, we will move on to our details. We just need to wait until our paint. Layers for cry. The only thing we can print with no details. Details on the eyes became my Payne's gray. I want it to be very thick. I'm going to start from we even go deeper and just like you see on the very dark stripe or from the high, I see that area in here is still wet. So first I will paint the nose of the cut. I think the pink. So much contrast. That's why I painted it black. I will also paint this Thoughts from which the waste scarce grow. Because they usually are darker. Oh, sick and starting from around all the similar to the left. It looks lies with despise. The whiskers. Other side. The whiskers. This one is two. It's quiet. Okay. I think it's enough too much. It's not called. Sir. I will show you how the original looks like this. You need to wait till my eyes try to add some white details. For painting quite details. Just like I said, before, I could use gouache or I could use a wide-open. I could use a unit Posca posca pen. I have PC3, but two full or smaller one will add some more details on the ice, on the ovaries and on the nose, but my knowledge is still wet. You can still add some details. On the other side. On the other side of the element. Like a face cuts phase. It's still, I can't. Some more white dots in here to create interest and contrast. Thought about it now, I think you'd be a great idea to add some white dots here. Okay, so our cards is crazy. Goods, quite nice and it's more abstract room. If you paint it with me, just put your project in the project section. I would love to see it work. See you in the next video. I will show you how to paint a galaxy cut will be our third project and the last project for this class. So see you there. 8. 8. third cat colors and first layer: Hi, today we're going to paint the word cat, this galaxy style cut. We will use the same palette as before, but perhaps different colors. We are also going to use is postcard pen for all the white details at the very end. Let's start painting. This time I have smaller paper format. I have already my sketch transferred to water color paper. At the beginning quote, We all start to mix colors, natural sienna mixed with hansa yellow. So okay, let's start mixing. While mixing, you will know the pilot naughty colors. So here I will clean up. I will mix a lot of quads. Recall magenta. Let's check. That's fine because we will be using wet-on-wet technique so it can see. Next. We'll use violet, this one. But if you have any powerful on your palette, you can also mix quadric on magenta with the blue. You have, I have followed loop in here so I could mix follow-up, lowered credit from magenta enough. But I have also this mineral violet color. I definitely we will be using to eat. What we will also enable is low color. Our mix it through here. Follow blue, straight friends product. Without mixing with anything. I've got the following, blue. To mix more paint into my mixture. The more paint and let's check. And what else? I need some green, some dark yellow. First, let's mix some green in here. On my, on my palette, I've got follow green. But I want this color to be a bit dark, darker, so I will mix follow blue with follow-up green. This is follow green. I will mix some going to see. Let's take it to color at all. It's quite nice. Little more blue. I like that. Let's leave it that way. The end we need some we also need some cure, right? First things first, let's mix some yellow. I'm putting a lot of water into my palette. Will mix Hansa Yellow Light, my natural sienna light. Let's see what happens. Like bit warmer, shade of yellow, slice. Like winded two colors bleed into each other. But still, let's no, let's add more light and see what happens. Okay? That's calling these colors. Okay? We also some reds. I got right on my palette. I will use it. We'll mix it here. Let's mix some red. Let's see what shade of red that is. Perhaps a bit more color into the mixture. I can even put away. It, I think I needed any other color. Maybe we will mix some green for the eyes. Starts. Okay, we have all of the colors. Just like before. We will be painting the scholar in layers. First layer is still who will be very colorful. But the rule in this painting is that the places where the cut has lighter areas, we use lighter values, lighter color, colors like yellow are very diluted. Middle tones, we use mixture of green and magenta. Darker areas where the darker areas like stripes or this side of the nose and this site under the eye. We will use blue shirts and also we will use darker shades of purple and so on. My car, I think my god who won't be the same as this one? I wonder how it will look like, but it's just, you know, creative experiments. So let's start, let's start painting and see what happens. We will pay the width on what the rank. So the first thing we need to do is to make our area, for example, where we will start from the ear. What? I'm thinking about the whole area of the ear. Okay. Now we don't touch the eyes, the iris of the eyes, the nose. See what about the beautiful? But we won't be painting areas. So I will use my yellow to the center of the switch to a smaller brush. I got got six and I'll switch to number four. My right on the edge of the ear. I like how the scholars looked at this way. Remember it's just the first two layers so you don't have to worry about how it looks exactly like. Now, I will take all these colors without even thinking, which goes like that. Let's pick some powerful in here because of darker shades in here in the side of the ear. Pick some water and move the paint around. I'm trying in the way that my brain to remember is just creative. Experiments on. Don't worry about the effect, just play with it. Just like I'm a galaxy painting. Remember to not touch the eyes of the cut. Lighter values like yellow. The places where light and how your paintings should denote litres. So I will pick my coloring here. I will play more. Let's paint this side, whereas where we have very light colors, painted with very little yellow, with just a touch of year old. I have my water up at 30. That's why it gets a little gets a little a blue shade in here. I have added just a hint of yellow. Still remember, it's just the first layer. Okay, so now let's paint and those. We will be using magenta. Magenta. Let's start from the bottom of the nose. Only with the water. With my brush. I will add this quadric on magenta straight from the palette, filled them out the nose on the edges in here. We also need to make some green for the iris. So let's do that now. Goes, we need to wait till the rest of the cat, till the first layer is try to add more details. 9. 9. third cat process: My first layer is dry. Now, we are going to paint a second layer of color on our work cut. This time, we will concentrate or dark on their areas. Like all these stripes in here. This dark side on the ears right here and right here. The sides under the eyes. And decides of the both sides of the nose to create some dimension on the cat, I will pick a smaller brush. I will use number four brush style. We won't use a variety yellow color this time, we will paint with the rest of the colors. Let's start. For example, from the ears will darken a bit. Sides of the years. Still. Wet on wet technique, so on. I clean my brush and with a wet brush, I create the transition of the color. And here I will mix my colors trait because we'll paint so for also in here. Let's do the next year. And we'll do the smaller stops. So let's change color. Maybe. This time. My genotype a threat. This way. Some more interest because this color will be different. This side of the year. Again, clean brush. Only with the Walter. This bank to round. I will add some water. Here. My, for example, green. This time. I will paint this motion. Again. Clean my brush. Dilute this color in here with water. Let's paint the sides of our nose. So what color should I choose? Perhaps ground will be the burst. Some wrong in here. Clean my brush. With the clean brush only with water. I will make a transition here. If I don't want this blob of color right over here, I will pick it with my dry brush. The second side, most of the card IT area is still wet in here, so this color blends nicely. I only bread blend in the upper side. Let's also paint here. For that. I will pick my, you can choose purple if you like. We'll find that smile of my cat. Looks like it says smile. Clean brush in my brush and with my width. Create this color transition here. I think it's too much goes too deep. So with the clean dry brush, I'm trying to pick that color. It's still wet. It's not that bad. Okay, so let's move on to paying more for. So we will mix scholars. For example, I will choose red with my red color. I will paint some rule that looks nice. For strokes over here and four strokes over there. I can even add it in here. Goes, this area is already dry. Already dry. But I like the contrast between blue and red. That's why I want to add this fertilizer strokes in here. The same with the second a year. Let's add some new here. I will leave this area without it goes, we will add some powerful strokes when this area is completely dry sound. Let's hear some strokes. Also. I forgot. But as you can see you we should plays. I paint the second layer as deep as it goes in here. I just loved my cheek almost flat in color, so I need to make it more painted. I'll paint some marks, but I will dilute it because I don't want this harsh lines are diluted. Water can do so. You can always do so. I also since this. So I'll add more color into it. I got the purple on my brush. And I also had some 40 something below the buret, but I think it should be more diluted in this area. I will do it this way. And perhaps, maybe we should do on this edge of the painting was just painting experiments. So don't be harsh on yourself. When something doesn't look like you want it. It's still okay. Just an experiment to see how it can look like. And we can paint ice. Now, I added some law. Unfortunately, by accidental my yellow, this almost have this greenish color, but it's almost like Lehman color. I will paint God's eyes with the scholar. I would love. If the scholar would be very bright because I don't want to a dark eyes my cat because almost everything is dark on my car wreck now. Light eyes will be more visible and will be more eye-catching. I want this color to be very light, like light green. Very dilute it. It looks different than this first one because I use in different colors. Over here I used more yellowish, orange and yellow, orange and red colors. Let's switch to the detail brush for now. So I will pick my double 0 brush. Let's finish our mouth. I would pick my color. Smell. Also. These details, nose, my nose, he's already more solid color. Pick it from the color palette. Strength from the palette. And I make this line darker. As you remember, watercolor gets lighter when it's dry. So once again, we will be painting. The adults. Were the whiskers grow. So over here, this time we'll be painting white. White whiskers. That's why I'm not painting whiskers break now. But what can we paint? More to give more interest for our gut? I like to paint those stripes, cuts, trips with the single brushstrokes gives really nice effect. Small interests. Also paint some. Our eyes. To use. This time. I will use my powerful color. Just like before. I will paint this area. I will make it longer in this direction. Just like you see on the picture. It has a long stripe over here. Let's paint that. Also. Let's find smart. Let's do similar with the SEC. If you want it to be darker, you can always twice. Also. This stripe which comes from the work. We could add some in here, just like that. Here, just like that. We can add another layer. Like that. Simple strokes match. I wanted to be more visible. Once again, I'm switching my rigger brush. It's number four again. I will pick green color and now we're more green. I will use a probe to total water. You don't take the interests with Walter. I will take my take my green color and mix. Once again, just like playground. With it. Even this kind of stroke suite, go way beyond. Your sketches are very, very nice. Okay, so I think we are ready now for our postcard. I will clean my brush and late on the paper towel. We will add some more details with Posca pen, color, white. But the places where we will be using postcode to be tried already saw. Let's start from the white areas here. Let's add some shine. I'd like to add some shine. Over with this teeny, teeny like shape. The same with the second. It's the same as putting some under the creative approach. Mixed with some thoughts. We will create more interest. Looks quite nice. We can also paint some mindset. My postcard stated, my kids worse was playing with it. It doesn't have steep, right? What else? The beard. Like to add some details on the bird. Just like, looks just like the shiny buret. The last thing we will draw, actually, whiskers, white whiskers. It doesn't matter if they are not perfect. Try to draw them all different directions. One just like from the up to the strike in short, shorter. My postcard gun, I think. I think I need to buy another posca. This left for my children. This looks quite different because 2 thousand start from this spot where the whiskers Chrome. I think it looks quite nice. The last strokes. This is the second cut and this was the first. I wonder which one do you like the best? I think their car they are both wonderful. I wonder. How would your your cuts look like? So if you want some feedback, then put your cats. The project section, I would love to see them. And I think this is the end of the course. So we painted three cuts together. One more natural looking color for in colorful and abstract style. In this one, more or like galaxy painting, I wonder which one of these three cuts was your favorite. Give me give me only unknown number one to our tree. You can place your work in the project section. I hope you are all fine and spent great, great time with me. See you in the next class.