Everyone Can Draw Lunch - Learn to Draw and Paint Like Me While I Take You Out for Lunch | Fatih Mıstaçoğlu | Skillshare

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Everyone Can Draw Lunch - Learn to Draw and Paint Like Me While I Take You Out for Lunch

teacher avatar Fatih Mıstaçoğlu, watercolor storyteller

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Lessons in This Class

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    • 2.

      Class Project


    • 3.

      The Materials


    • 4.

      Road to Lunch (vlog)


    • 5.

      Let's Sketch!


    • 6.

      Let's Draw!


    • 7.

      Let's Paint! p1


    • 8.

      Let's Paint! p2


    • 9.

      Let's Conclude!


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About This Class

You wanna know the secret of making magical paintings like this? 

Of course you do! Who wouldn’t? Sorry to burst your bubble, but there are no secrets. There is no magic. There is just practice

But, I will share my entire process with you if that’s what you’re interested in. Actually, I already shared it but feel free to tag along. =)

This class is a part of my “EVERYONE CAN” series and this really sums up my approach to art. I believe “everyone can do anything” they want. That’s why I have classes like Everyone Can Draw, Everyone Can Paint, Everyone Can Draw Letters and now, Everyone Can Draw Lunch

I picked this topic because I keep illustrated journals and also teach how to keep them. And my students love these classes and they started keeping their own sketch journals but some of them also told me “that it’s all great but I can’t draw and paint like you.” 

In my other classes about sketch journaling, I tackle the general topic and try to teach an artistic mindset but I realized that I don’t go in depth about how I draw and paint. So, this is what we will do here. 

I picked the topic “lunch”, because everyone has lunch. It’s simple. Easy to find. You can treat yourself to something you fancy and draw it for your class project. 

I’m excited to share this class with you because it’s so straightforward. I will just pencil sketch, draw and paint my lunch, real time and share my entire process with you. This way you will be able to draw and paint like me, with some practice, if that’s what you want. 

But, that’s not all. I believe art is a part of life and the more we make it a part of our life, the more chance we have to practice it. For that reason, I WILL TAKE YOU OUT WITH ME! 

First we will go out in Warsaw, do some shopping (you know, I need a new hoodie for every class), make a short stop at my hairdresser and have some RAMEN together. After that we will be teleported to my studio to pencil sketch, draw and paint with watercolors. 

I will expect the same from you. Draw your lunch and share it with me. That’s all. 

So when I mean my entire process, I really mean my “ENTIRE PROCESS”. =)

I promise you that IT WILL BE A FUN CLASS. 

This class can be for beginner, intermediate or advanced artists. If you like my style and wanna adopt it, this is the way to do it. 

You will need a pencil, eraser, waterproof pen, watercolors and watercolor paper. I will show what brands I’m using exactly in “the materials” section but I always encourage my students to use whatever they have available at home so don’t worry too much about it. 

I will break down everything I do so you don’t need any background or specific expertise to take this class.

Can’t wait to see your drawings! Come on in!

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Fatih Mıstaçoğlu

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Hello! My name is Fatih but you can call me Fab. I've been painting with watercolors for 11 and working as an independent artist for 6 years. Before that, I was a copywriter in advertising. And before that I was an au-pair. =)

I try to share what I do and how I do them over at my Instagram account and you can have a look at that over here: https://www.instagram.com/fabworqs/

I love painting with watercolors and recording videos while I paint. For my day to day art practice I keep sketch journals and document our daily life. Over time I collected quite a few skills and tips so I thought it was time to share them with you guys and that's how I joined the Skillshare family.

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1. Intro: You want to know the secret of making a magical painting like this? Of course you do. Who wouldn't? Sorry to burst your bubble. But there are no secrets. There is no magic. There is just practice. But I will share my entire process with you, if that's what you're interested in. Actually, I'm going to share it either way. But feel free to take along. Hi, my name is Fatty, but everybody calls me up. I'm a watercolor artist and an online teacher. I've been painting with watercolors for 12 and working as an independent artist for six years. I try to make art accessible for everyone with fun, easy to follow classes like this one. This is my class number 99. This class is a part of my everyone can series. And this really sums up my approach to art. I believe everyone can do anything they want. That's why I have classes like everyone can draw, everyone can paint, everyone can draw letters. And now everyone can draw lunch. I pick this topic because I keep illustrated journals like this and teach how to keep them. And students love these classes. And they started keeping their own sketch journals, but some of them also told me that it's all great, but I can't draw and paint like you. In my other class about sketch journaling, I tackle the general topic and try to teach an artistic mindset. But I realized that I don't go in depth about how I draw and paint due to time restrictions. This is what we will do here. I picked the topic lunch because everyone has lunch. It's simple. I'm excited to share this class with you because it's so straightforward. I will just pencil, sketch, draw, and paint my lunch real time and share my entire process with you. This way, you will be able to draw and paint like me, with some practice, of course, if that's what you want. But that's not all. I believe art is a part of life and the more we make it part of our life, the more chance we have to practice. For that reason, I will take you out with me first. We'll go out in Warsaw, we will do some shopping. You know, I need a new hoodie for every class and have some Raman together. After that, we will be telephoned to my studio to pencil, sketch, draw, and paint my lunch with watercols. I will expect the same from you. Draw your lunch and share it with me. That's all. I promise you, that it will be a fun class. So when I mean my entire process, I really mean my entire process. This class can be for beginner, intermediate, or advanced artists. If you like my style and you want to adopt it, this is the way to do it. I will break everything down. I do. So you don't need the background or specific expertise to take this class. You have to go shopping first because Jack forgot to buy new goody for this class. Don't say anything because he's very sensitive. Can't wait to go out with you. It will be fun. We never do this. I mean, we won't be alone alone because Jack also has to come. But he has to record, so I'm sure he won't bother us. I'm pretty sure we should go out more often. Right. Totally. Totally. Totally, yeah. I will give you a call. 2. Class Project: And video is recording too. Yeah. I hope you can hear me. I'm at my desk this time. I did this set up at the live session. I like how it looked like, how cozy it looked with my paintings behind me, and I thought, why not? Let's change it up a bit and do the next number nine, this way. Which side is Jack, by the way, I always speak to the Jack. You'll be on this side, okay? On the right here is class project O, I know I say that a lot, but your class project is easy. All you need to do is well, I do. You just go get something you really like if you can. It's not necessary, but I think it's nice. It adds a bit excitement to life. Maybe you like a burger? I really like a burger. Just go get a nice lunch for yourself. Like I did, I'm going to show you in a second after this. Later after the materials, get some lunch and take a photo, eat your lunch. If it's a place you're confident to sit down, you can also draw it there. You can bring it home, your photo. Sit on your desk and draw your lunch paint. I'm going to show you and share it with me, and this will be your class project. What do you think? Easy, right? You can do it on a separate piece of paper. You can do it on your sketch book. You can do it in your sketch journal. You can do it wherever you want. You can do it digitally if you want to. I like traditional paper pen watercolors, but feel free to do whichever way you like, just if you want to learn how I do mine. I'm going to show it to you. After that, you do your own and send it to me. Okay? This is your class project. See you in the next lesson. But next lesson is not really a lesson. I will show you my materials. Okay, cool Check, bring on the materials. Come on. 3. The Materials: Let's start with paper. For the paper I'm using, the Conson graduate. It's 250 gram per squameters. Five size is very ideal for this project. It's not too big, it's not too small size of the project I'm leaving it to. It depends what you're going to do with it. If you want to frame it, you can make a big as I guess it really depends on the project. For this project. Five is fine. I bought this recently. I'm very happy with it. I've been doing some new posters for another project, and it takes away water pretty well. It doesn't bend so much. There's a bit of a bend, but it's easily fixable by vetting it a little bit with a spray and putting it under heavy book overnight. It will be flat like the first day. This is the paper, 250 milligram. Okay, pencil. Seriously, I'm using this pencil. I don't even know where I got it from. Spencilever for pen. The two main brands I use are the Faber Caster ones, Ecopigment Micron. Usually for the projects that I like to put more details, this is very thick, 0.7 0.1 0.24 is on the thick side for this project. If you want to fill in some areas with black, maybe they will be more useful, thicker ones. But 0.1 and with micron two. This is the pen we are using. We cover the paper. What we're going to do for sketch, any pencil, there is my eraser, just such a sticky for eraser. I'm using this needable eraser from Faber Castel that you can shape it into whatever you want. It comes like this in a box. This is a new one I haven't opened yet. The good thing is it doesn't make any mess. Totally recommend that, since I don't like using the other type of erasers. What's next colors? Yes, we need some colors. I'm using this Takambi water color set. This is the entire set and how many colors I have? I think 48 colors in this set is pretty big set that it probably won't fit under the camera. But I will try. It's like this entire set, but from the same brand I have the small set that is always in my backpack. And I was showing this in my previous class where I do no effort, sketch journaling, and you didn't see this one because this is a new sketchbook. I'm doing cafe portraits, rather than drawing my coffee, I'm drawing the interiors. Mostly if it's good from outside. Like the shop fronts, I want to draw. But if they are not in any way significant, I try to capture a place from the inside the coff. Sure. I have also the snow set that maybe to fit better in the camera in here. That's better. You have 12345612 colors and I think you can pick which colors you have. This was pretty basic colors. I added some this page. And lilac here, I think from my original set, the big set, I just take this around with me. It's very easy to carry in the backpack. And I like it normally that I say that art is part of life and we should make it part of our life that I would be drawing this man while I'm outside in a coffee shop or somewhere like this as well, if it's not so busy, in a ramen shop as well. I did it in the studio because I need to record this to show you guys. I needed lighting and my microphone and everything I did. Normally, it would also happen in the life. While it's happening, that's what's important. These are watercolors. Did I forget anything else? I also have another set of watercolors that I was using. This set, it's St. Petersburg White Nights, I think, but also once you open, it's pretty peak in a coffee shop or something. It takes lots of space. Since I have this Ta, I'm not really using this one. That much is very vivid and colorful is also. But I Tab, what else? Brush. I'm going to use these brushes that again, this was some cheap brush off the Internet. I think I bought first time for, I was doing a workshop, live workshop during the pandemia with masks on and everything. Then the same brand, I had a set from it. This is number 12, thicker one. This is zero very to cover bigger areas and smaller areas to be just fine. The number eight. Number three, I keep these ones with my small watercolor set that it has a cover like this. I put this here and put the cover on top so my brushes are safe, the tips are not being pressed or something in the backpack, and I always have it with me. It doesn't happen that I go out, oh, I forget my brushes and so I compat are always with this set. These are the brushes we talked about. Pencil pen eraser, what else would you say? Watercolor paper. Watercolors. Do we need anything else for this? I guess I think this is it. Since we know the materials we need now, let's go out. See you on next lesson. First lesson, we'll see, indeed, I don't know by. 4. Road to Lunch (vlog): Wait, wait, wait. We can't just start like that with a day in my life. Look, this is not you to what we can do whatever we want. Oh, okay, cool. So today I'm going to take you. Hello? I was just using the wrong camera. Welcome to this new class. This class, I'm going to take you out with me for lunch because I need something to draw. And we are going to draw our lunch. I want to do it this way because art is part of life, at least for me, it doesn't always happen in the studio. Not all of us have a studio. Not all of us even have a specified desk for doing art. Most of us use the dinner table, Use it for most of my life. I wanted to take it with me, make it, and show it. We will go back to the studio and draw our lunch. Also, you might be thinking, if you were going to head on, why did you in your head all the time at home? Why indeed, a bit of update about what we're going to do. We have two more stops before lunch. We are going to go and get a new hoodie. Because it's a new class, I need new hoodie. After that, I need a haircut for the new crust. Before going into the studio, I will have a new cut and you will come with me and then we will have lunch. We are having Raman today. It's always beautiful to draw. I think all the Japanese food is very aesthetically pleasing. I chose man, we will have ramen. Then later we will head back to the studio. The thing is we're in BarsoI'm from Wars November towards the end of November. It's cold already. I've been waiting for a few days for a sunny day to shoot this. But it wasn't coming. It's this cloud, Of course, it was Jack's idea to do this class block style in the middle of freezing outside. And it doesn't look freezing at all. And I think if I didn't have to I would step outside today. But here we are. That's the worster towers. Now the tallest building fall a purse. Thank thank you very much. And that's our school today. If you watch my other classes that maybe you know that this is my favorite building in Warson. You are going there to tell us, do some shopping. It's raining now, check. Perfect day for autoies. That's a nice t shirt. I need a green one. It's nice, but I'm not sure that was unnecessary. I found the color I was looking for until I saw this. Let's try and see if this is the one jack. I need a size bigger. I think this is the one. I need a back green to complete my playing both. So let's go pay. I'm play. Of course, I'm always late. But I realized something. If you are late enough, like so many times, your leg becomes him. Once I made to my personal time, he wasn't ready for me. He was. Sure. So now the head. Okay. Now that's done. Done as you can see it now it's time for let's go and get some lunch and have something to drop. Sally Jack, Weather Jack Jack. Don't get on this bus. Jack. Get off the bus right now. Jack Jack. All I said, he thinks he sees in future assisting, you know, assisting Gist Jack, you did it. The weather chants gone. Okay. Now we're almost there. I do go now and by myself, Jk. Left and after that off, let's see. Let's go each now I will my show you to wait. Let's see how it can. Wow, I'm full min is such a good food but also it's so tiring. There's so many things to do and eating good jobs, even though I can do that, I always find it very tiring. And it's difficult to see on yourself. Even though I tried very hard, I did manage perfectly. And that's why moot. Wait for now, we had our lunch, we have photo. So let's go to the studio and draw. Let's go and we are backing the studio. Now I'm going to switch to the overhead camera and we're going to start sketching our ramen ball. Cool jack switch to the overhead camera. Come on, chop, chop. 5. Let's Sketch!: Hi, Welcome to my messy desk. I used to clean before every class, but I realized I should like it like this. Maybe I will, after a while, put a varnish and so they will never go away because it's water coloring. If I have a bit of something with it just goes away. I like the way, so I decided to keep it. Let's start now. We're going to sketch our lunch. Here is our five paper I'm using, five. You can use whichever size you want. You can do it in your sketch books as well, or anywhere you want to. I decide to do this as a separate project, but the idea is that if you want to draw your lunch or any kind of similar topic for your sketch journals, you can learn here how to do that. You will decide where to use this skill later, But for this class, I'm just going to use this paper as usual. I'm going to look from my phone, but I'm going to keep that outside the camera, but I will put it on the side. Later on the edit, you will also see what I'm looking at while drawing. Okay, this is a very round object, that's the main focus. When I try to sketch, just look at it as a whole. And what is it? Is the square rectangle round And then put that round down. But it's not a perfect circle, because a ball is a perfect circle, and I'm looking at an angle, this will be a bit squashed circle from the top and bottom. Let's start. It will be something like this, I think, okay? Then after this, by the way, it doesn't have to be perfect. Again, you know me and I always say it doesn't have to be perfect. And decide which of these lines will be the main line at the end. This is the good thing about sketching. We are putting the lines down at the end. We decide if it looks like what we want our image to look like or not. Then we can add more or not. There are other main objects to consider is that there is the seaweed on this corner and it's like a rectangle. Let's try to put that in that it is something like this sticking out, but we can't see the whole thing. Again, this might not be the exact placement and the shape, but it works for me. Then another shape to consider inside the circle. If you look, there is another circle, that's the line of the soup. Let's try to put that as well. The important thing here is that if you look closely, that circle is not right in the middle of this. In order to, so to be right in the middle of the bowl, we would have to be looking from the top. Exactly. It would be something like this from the top. But because we look at an angle, there is less white space here. It is closer and there is more white space here. It will be something like this. When you pay attention to these details, suddenly even though people who look at your art, they don't think about it. But when you see it that you understand that this is at an angle. Because our brain is trained these things. When things are not in place, we also tend to notice it. Sometimes you might not know. But there's something wrong with this image, but I don't know what it is. That often it's about the angles and perspectives. Because our brain is trained to see the world in a certain way, and when something is off, it triggers it. We also have something sticking out here, that's our spoon. I don't know if it has a specific name spoon, but it goes out like this. And then outside it curves here. And the extra lines I will later because there should be another additional line here later I will do, that's for the red showing. And the rest of it is black, but it's shiny. And we'll also leave that shine when we are painting black. We'll try to do it. At least it's also visible to shine here. That is siting more reflecting the plate. This. Okay, Now the main shapes are in place. That's the important thing. And after that, we will just start putting, I guess getting smaller and smaller. Next shape to consider. I think there is this piece of meat in the middle that looks like a rectangle. Something hidden behind the spoon, standing like that, it has the grill marks like that. Maybe it goes a bit further. Then there's another piece under something like this. At this point, I used the ability of my phone and zoom in to say, actually now I see that it's sticking out here as well, this piece of meat. It's more like this. I think on this side I see the other side. It was such a nice dinner. Then I see the egg is filling the space between the seaweed and the meat. I will try to place it as I think it is getting a point, the end here and wider here. Again, the Gop is not in the middle here. There's a bit of writing. I will try to add that because I like later how it looks. But what I will do here is F, I will decide where that writing stands because we can see part of it here. Clearly the goes away from our vision due to the curve of the ball. It's something like this. On the other end, it's also visible here. This part I will put here and then here there will be the green stuff has marks on it. Let's put one mark here. Here, over here, I see mushrooms is going to be sweet. I think in the drawing, if you see one mushroom is sticking out of the soup line. I don't know if this word was ever used, these two words together. So line, there's another one here for example. At this point, I don't worry too much that mushrooms end is actually coming further down the egg, but I just hid it behind the egg. It's not that important. It doesn't have to be exactly the same. Here I see some noodle. This space is like something like here, there will be mushrooms. I will try to fill that space with mushrooms. Now, I'm not going to stay 100% true to what I'm seeing, but I will try more mushrooms. Here, there are like little shapes you can't quite. Tell which part of the mushroom that is. But you can see that these are mushrooms because this is also a three dimensional situation. Is that they are not on the surf, only on the surface of the soup, but they're going deep as well. In between them, there are also some parts that are green. That there's some spring onion, I think. Let's put this as well. There's a rectangular shape. There's one over here overlapping on top of each other. And here is a spring onion. I will try to give the shape of a spring onion cut when we are putting down these details with Penny will look better. More greenery here. Okay. And I think that's enough. I will just throw one more shape here then. There's just shape of the soup. Shape of the soup, I mean, how is it called of the soup. Okay, and let's complete the mushrooms. I see another mushroom shape here and another one over here. It's really funny when you start drawing. I was talking about this in my everyone can draw class that you look at something and you know what it is. It's bowl of you know what, ramen soup or any kind of dish. But when you start that, suddenly you see all the details. Like when I first look, I didn't realize that this mushroom shape here. But because I need to fill the space, my eye is looking for the details and I really start seeing for what it is with all the details. That's why drawing is a good practice. That's not just for the art, but it helps you to see the world around you better. There's another mushroom shape here under. Let's add some random lines to fill it because that's how it looks like underneath the noodle. Let's put more lines for noodles. Okay, this side is done and now on the other side there is, I will have to put this with pen later, that it has this nice, crunchy looking texture to it, this meat. And over here like something like this, there is like a piece of ham. I think it was folded and other piece is showing. Okay. And only thing left is the greenery. And it fills the space. It's actually going over the egg part of it. Let's send this into the green here. Over here I see lots of noodles that in that space with noodles. And I think here is the most visible one. I will try to do this more with more detail. Yes, because in the siluette of the thing, this will really show that the green salad in this dish later when I fill the space, it will help the viewer to understand that the salad here, but this is sticking out and adding to the siluette's important. Mm hm. Now there is one more going across like that. I think it's above the swop line, but we can't really see actually because that area is completely full of greenery like this. This is actually also sticking out. It wasn't coming as close to the writing here, but maybe I made a mistake with the spacing of this. I'm realizing because it's also to when there's a writing like this, that the letters should be parallel. Finishing line should be coming from here. It will be something like this, like that from the center. And there are some veins of the leaf. There is another one going under like this. There are more green shapes that later with a pencil, I will try to decide how much I need to add. Some leaves are coming over the piece of meat here. I see there's another slice of meat under, but it's mostly covered with green stuff. Here's another piece of meat, the dark meat is called the brown meat and white meat here, leaf. These shapes are not really easy to convey because lots of details and they are folded. But all I'm trying to do is to focus on the general shape and the lines like whatever I see, I'm not I don't think about these leaves anatomically, but I see the shapes and I just put those lines I see over there to here. That's all it is actually drawing that you look at the and you decide which lines you need to take it on your paper so that this will represent what you're trying to draw. At the end of it, it will give the feeling of them you're trying to create. And you don't have to draw everything perfectly. Then over here there are lots of green lines. I will just fill them up, a random lines here. But the general shape, we got it. Okay. Maybe I actually, I can add these writings that I think from the center, something like this. It should be there's an S here. There's a. Later with pen, I will try to make these lines two dimensional. They are two dimensional, but I mean, I will try to make them tick. And here writing, it says ran, but it almost gets unrecognizable towards here. So I will put the, I'm trying to stay between these lines that I drew before. Then over here writing, I will just put some of this turquoise color to represent the rest of the letters that are the piano table on the other side, it's also this word, I don't actually know what it means. Or the oh is almost a rectangle and more is hidden behind the leaves over here. Okay, So this is it for sketch, and we will continue with line drawing that I will be probably using this 0.1 for all these fine details see on the next one by. 6. Let's Draw!: Okay, now let's, I just check if my pen is working now. We need to bring this together. I think it's plenty of details. We almost put all the details we need to, we need to decide how the final look is going to look like and the things that are overlapping that we need to decide beforehand and be a bit mindful of that. For example, not to throw the ball like that. Because in here we can see the edge of the ball and the spoon is also standing in front of it. And so I think when I look at the image, first thing I want to cover is this. The seaweed, as you can see, it doesn't have the perfect edges. I try to give the texture by not drawing a perfect line. Okay, this is it. And let's add the spoon as well. And here is the spoon. And then I will try to to the ball, but over here, not to forget about the, when you look at the ball, you know how the balls work because you know that it has a edge and usually there's a sh, I like to keep it white, white rather than on white for the shines. The grayish seeing wipe for the ball like this. So to represent that there is this curve to the edge that I usually add. Some broken lines. I get too close there, it don't worry too much about it. This is to represent the edge of the ball, the curve curving away from us. And these are in here we see the sup lineup line. Also, I will try not to put very harsh lines. Paint will cover that for us. Okay? And I think the next in line should be the green leaves. Because I put so much detail already with the pencil that I know how the general shape looks that I can be a bit more bold with the pen and go a bit faster. Okay. And there are more green leaves here. There's this one going over the age. There's a bit of noddle sticking out here, and more greenery. If you look closely, there's lots of jaggered lines there, basically representing the leaves. And after we put the general shapes, we will be able to fill the space with those squiggly lines. Okay, now there's the meat under this. Again, the paint will help us a differentiate these lines from each other Later when we put green here and leave mainly white over here, maybe a little bit of pinkish color weaken it, that it will all separate nicely. There's a bit of a texture to the meat. I'm adding some lines for that. Inside here is just really lots of squiggly lines try to give the same similar feeling of the leaves like we've been doing over here. I see the, I think loco something, but it's all green mixed up with it. For example, at this point up to you, if you want to include some fine details like this or not. I already started doing so that's my decision. Something like this. Okay, now these are done. Let's go to the egg that it became a bit more pointed than it was before, but it's okay and the yolk of the egg. I see no notles here then all the way my shrubs. Mushrooms. Like I said over here now because I already filled space and spend lots of time with the pencil rather than just the general shape and go into it with all the details with pen now I can be more flexible and faster with the pen. Okay, so many mushrooms. Okay, almost done here. And let's put the meat in place as well. I'm trying not to make perfect lines. If you notice that they are a bit more natural because you know it's meat and there are these marks on them. Again, for this part, painting will help us a lot. When I'm adding these lines, I tilt my pen almost parallel to the paper. They're not making perfect lines. Just broken knives. Okay. That's also in. So the only thing left is some green onions, spring onions. Okay. And now these letters left on me. Okay. All must then. Okay, I will take a zip. Here we go. Now, this part left on this part I was talking about in my, everyone can draw letters. That lettering is not different than drawing because you just look at the lines and copy them. As you can say, I'm doing lettering here at one, it's all the same thing, you just look at the lines. But rather than looking at the line of the man I'm drawing, I'm looking at the lines of the letters and transferring them to my paper. This is always difficult. The letter almost there and the rest is not recognizable. I'm just putting some marks and I will put green torquise color there. And that little bit, I think we are done with our drawing. That maybe I will just random lines to this because it has a lot of texture. Later we will add a dark green color to this. It won't be, oh, there's one more thing that is important, it's erasing. Now, let's reveal our drawing without shaking, please. I'm trying to record here, you see no mess. I love that. Here's our rum and bowl that it's a bit wonky on this side, but like I said, don't worry too much about this. Is for the drawing, I used my Faber Castel Eco pigment 0.1 and I will see on the next one which will be the painting Jack next video. 7. Let's Paint! p1: Okay, now we're back for painting. All this can go away that all the pens we're done with that. We're going to use our pushes, and I'm going to bring some paints that I'm going to use for this. Probably look, what do we need M we need the greens, Maybe for the greenery, this mixture of it, at least for the seaweed and black, of course, yellow and this cadmium orange. We will need some brown for this meat mixed. We may be the Indian red. Okay, let's bring those colors in. In the materials I forgot to mention, I also have water cups of water. 11 is clean that first I dip it here and wash the paint away and then take clean water Is not very clean at the moment, but it's good enough clean water for picking up new paint so that I don't mix my paints here. And this will be on the site. I'm now dipping my brush in the clean water to pick up some paints. I think I will start with the. In the meantime, I have this ceramic tray to mix colors because this is very dark, but it's not black, and I'm going to create a mixture for it. Let's add here some black. Then I'm washing this off with the dirty water and picking up fresh water from the clean the jar. I always on the side some scrap papers to check out the colors if they are like I want. I think this should be a bit when I'm picking black. I don't worry too much since black hides all the other colors, that there's no chance of black is getting dirty. Okay. It's a bit darker now, but now it needs more green. Okay, We're getting there. Yeah, I think this is it. You can put the erasers away as well. It's a very tight space and here's our seaweed. I pick some black directed from there to dark on the color of it. Here, right on the paper. I'll pick some green as well and add to that. Then what I'm doing here is doing on the paper on wet. Okay. Now the trick to paint these things because now over there is wet, for example. If another important thing is I always have paper towel, I couldn't remember the name, paper towel on the site. I'm just putting extra paint here or extra water. That's also here, right next to me. If I try to put green here straight away, this is going to get messed up. While this is wet, I'm going to jump onto painting something else. If I don't want the colors to mix and sometimes if I want them to mix, I just go ahead. But at the moment I don't because it's a very shiny object. I'm going to leave shine. And it's going to be here. It's reflecting the white ball. I want it to be, everything looks darker while wet. And then when it gets dry that you end up with washtup colors. And it might disappoint you this way. I guess you do, the better you will get at this. But try to put lots of pigments if you want your colors to be nice and vivid. For example, because I carried all the pigment here over here, it became very washed up. I'm going to add more pigments here. This line is for the red of the spoon, but I'm going to wait for that. Otherwise, it will just get mixed up and we want to have this distinction of the spoon, it has a red lining. Now, we can maybe paint these greens here. For this, I will go with this subcreen straightaway with it. Have to be perfect. Very messy soup. This man. Yeah, there are also some over here. I can also start adding green to these ones. I picked up some more water to add to the screen. I'm using this directly because I want I want this green to pop that. I'm not diluting a lot with water. Here on the side, there is lots of green. But what I do that I don't just wash all this area with green, that I try to put everything separately. When you look at it, you can see that there is a bit of a texture and depth going on there, rather than just plop of green. In some places there are more pigment, some places less. Because when you look at the picture, this is actually how it looks. That it's not the same tone of green all the time that it changes. I think I will at this point pick up some of the darker green. And in this area, I will get some dark green because it looks much darker. And then they will probably mix up a bit and that's okay. But this area looks much darker than the rest. So it's okay that I'm getting a bit dark to the root of this one as well, but maybe also here, a few drop. Okay. Now over here is very wet, but also to the scene, a bit of yellow because to the end of the leaves, to the root of the leaves maybe not end, but that it gets much lighter color. And I will push some green towards it. So it will be a nice gradient. There are some leaves. I saw that. I forgot to paint. Yeah, that's it, That's going outside, lines is good. I like the feeling it gives. This egg doesn't look yellow at all. I think it's very orange. But I will try to do mix of yellow and orange. Let's see, at the moment, this is very wet here and over there, look, it's bleeding into the rum and a bit. And I like that because this is not a photo, it's a painting, don't worry about it. And in fact, embrace these little things happening that I didn't do it while it was very wet. This part will stay true to the color I want to do, but some green is going into that. It's only good. In the meantime, I see a bit of shine over here, that I will add a bit of yellow here in the middle to break up the texture and to make it more interesting. Okay, now what's next? I could blow it to dry faster. This is one of the things that painting with watercolors. Sometimes you just need to wait for it to try and it takes edges. These are quite separated from the rest. I will try to add the color to the letters on the site. I'm going first, I'm going to mix a color for this because this looks like Torquise. There's this color here called Malachite. I don't know, I will be of that. I will show you actually it's this color. I'll pick a bit of that. But it's darker than that. This paint is opaque. It's not a C through paint. I will mix with green, dark. Yeah, sap, green, deep. I think this is pretty close to the one in the picture. I will pick my tie in the brush, I decided to use this number three, it's thicker brush, but I realized that the end of this is not very pointy anymore, so I'm going to use this press instead. That when I wait, it gets nicely pointy. And that's what I need right now. Okay, everything is recording, putting the color over here, it just gets lots of lines, we can't recognize anymore over here. Five more letters. And also there was this logo, if you remember, among the greens showing up, they might get mixed up a bit. I'm not too worried about that, that I could barely see it in, even in the photo. Okay, I'm going to put this brush. I didn't think about this meat here. It's almost white, but I don't want to keep it white. White. It would look too raw. I will take a bit of water here and take tine bit of red. At least it has a bit of pinkish hue. And of course I don't want green to bleed into it all the way that some things you want to keep separate. Okay? And leaving a bit of white around it's not a problem. Don't worry about it altogether, It will work. There is a. Thing with the mushrooms. They are also very similar color to this, but I think it's yellowish pinkish like the meat. I mixed a bit orange to this color. Then I will give them some color. The mushrooms, I think they will look better this way, but I will also put a layer of soup broth over them. They will come together at the end. Okay, I think it's dried enough. I'm going to add the yolk, Too much paint. It's like nicely bleeding out here. Let's put that as well. I'll add orange to this so that I could put orange directly. But when I make it mix on the paper with yellow, it looks more interesting. Then there are these edges that's left yellow and orange in the middle that it just looks more interesting. I think this here is dry. I will put the red again. I'm going to use this number three again. This is a very precise line that I don't want to plead out and come out too much. I picked lots of pigment, not very watery. I will just add this red line. If you leave a bit of white within the black, it's also still okay because it's a very shiny object, that it will imitate the shine. I picked up some more water. It's very close to this. Okay. And that's that I don't need red anywhere else. So I'm washing my brush that there is this soup color. It's yellow, but there's this color that I will add this to the orange mixture I made to make this very watery wash for the soup. Then with that, I will test it over here. For example, I will try to go between the green mon, some of them I will go over it so that it will show that they are synced into the soup. There is the soup line here that I will keep this pink is still not right. Over here we are o. Here is a soup line that some of the mushrooms I'm leaving on the surface and some of them are under the soup. I can't even make this egg yolk bleed into it in a second. Yes, over here there were some noodles. But while I was putting the ink with pen I forgot I realized but that's also submerged under the soup I went into fast. I didn't let my ink to dry, I intercept what was happening there. Let's give it a second and then I will a more soup. We're almost there. That later I will add more soup. But I'm waiting for this pink to dry. I don't want to get mixed up. In the meantime, I'm going to mix up something for this meat in the middle of that. I think it will be a mixture of how is it called Indian red and raw umber. That is basically like a brown. Yeah, for the top of the meat. I think this works under it. I think I will put some lighter color and then add a darker layer on top of it and maybe just put this rose page over the meat. Okay. And then my job will be to add the darkness of the meat that, where it was cooked more. 8. Let's Paint! p2: I had to make a little break for it to dry. Otherwise, I wasn't able to continue any longer without mixing the colors that I didn't want them to mix. This part was taking lots of time to dry also because it's now winter and my attic studio is freezing. When it's cold, it takes longer for water colors to dry. Okay. Now, back to the job at hand. I made a mixture for this meat. The top layer of the meat, I'm going to apply that. I'm trying to leave a bit of the color underneath so that it gives the texture a little bit. And I'll make it come out of this line because it's not like a perfect line there. And here there's the piece of meat underneath and then there are the marks from the grill, I think. Okay, over here is much darker. I will try to leave lots of Pigman stare. This corner over here is dark. I will use the same color to add here in this soup line as well. Because to add some depth to the soup that I will do the same here. Some parts are just deeper then there is more shadow around them. Okay. And I think I want to pick some of this brown and just add some extra pigments in some parts that look even darker that this part looks, for example, very dark. Much darker than the rest. I will add that here as well. The edges there is more of the visible, maybe in parts, going over this lamp as well. It picked up some of the red here. It's okay. I'm not worried over here to unify these areas. I can also use this broth after all. It's they're all in growth. And with this smaller brush number three, I will pick up some of this darker green that I mixed earlier. I want to make this part of it darker and I will let some shadows basically. Also, I decided that I want to make the seaweed here a bit darker, so I will add additional layer of the dark green made for it. But after adding this that there was a shine in the middle. To preserve that, I will just take my paper towel and press it here in the middle. Take some of the extra layer away so there will be a shine left. I think this pretty much sums up, but we don't need this anymore. I'm not going to do background like, it depends what your project is, If you want to throw the table underneath or whatever you can do. I was thinking for this project, I'm not going to do that. But I will add a bit of a shine around for that. I will just some water from my brush. Pick it up. That's the good thing about water. Coles, you can always pick some good old paper towel. In this part, I'm going to pick some color that there was a nice brown, old looking wood underneath. But I think it needs to be a touch darker for this. I will take some, not too much, some of the amber. I think it's too dark. I will add some more of this yellow ocher. Okay, That's about right. I think what I will do that I will just go around the ball with this color that I just want to use this color to frame the painting we made today bit. I'm adding more pigments to where it looks darker, where it looks light, sorry. And then I will extend this line like this and the same here. Then I'm washing my brush completely from this pigment. With clean but wet brush, I add another like that, you can't see the line anymore. That is just keep getting wider and wider. There's more P and the rival. Okay. I'm trying to do this quickly before it dries because then the edge becomes sets in the paper. Normally for this I would just twist the paper because it's much easier to do this way. I don't have much space to put my brush the other way around. I'm hitting the phone stand. But I'm trying to do my best what I did, basically, I put the color right around. And then by adding more water, I just pulled the pigments away and away so that it creates the nice gradient that after this is done, you can and more like a shadow under the ball a bit more and try to make it even. And I think that's it. Our painting is done. Describe a photo. Click. I'm putting my brush down. This is how I do my drawings, normally on my sketch journal that when I want to have things more precise, I do enjoy making these paintings. I hope you enjoy seeing my process as well. Hopefully, I will see your see the conclusion. I hope you enjoy this class. That's it Jack. Is there anything you want to add? Okay, maybe on the conclusion. Okay, see you later. We forget one more thing. The most important thing that is splays splash a bit. They always look good. Let's remove this here. I want to splash some oranges in the honor of this egg that it looks very nice. Here we go, some of them are here. Then I think it needs some of this nice dark green, especially where the greens are here and here. Not too much. Now our painting is complete. I washed off my brush and yes, now we can go into the conclusion, it's done. See on the other side by? 9. Let's Conclude!: Okay, now, conclusion video. We still didn't get that Jack. Let's have a look. How do I look? I look nervous. There's my new light. It's a game pet. Now, conclusion. Thank you very much for sticking with me until the end. I hope it wasn't too difficult. I appreciate every single one of you for taking part in my class. This wouldn't happen without your support. Now you know all my secrets and the secret is there are no secrets. The pencil sketch drew and painted my rum and ball together. You can use what you learned here in your own sketch journals to capture your own memories or wherever drawing and painting is needed. The more you practice, the better you will get. Don't hope or look for shortcuts or magical touches. Just get yourself a creative habit, like keeping a sketch journal and make practicing art part of your life. A few classes on that topic so you can continue your creative journey with those classes. Don't forget to share your projects with me. I'm always happy to see students projects in my inbox. I answer and comment on every single one of them and I share them on my insigramcanto. You make sure to follow me there as well as here. If you find the time, please leave a review, Jack. They should leave a review. That's important. That's what you told me. Let's be honest. There's always time, Jack, this is cold because it's water. Okay? Reviews help the future students to make a decision if they should take this class or not. Wouldn't you like to do them a favor? One final thought on the way out. I don't take myself too seriously, and neither should you. We are just some apes hurdling through space on a bedrock. And while we do that, why not make something beautiful? Wouldn't you agree? So go make something beautiful. See you next one. By check. Do you want to say by like this, by no, Your behavior is killing me. Check is here, script is here, camera is here, microphone is here. It's a sip of water. I'm in my attic studio, my paintings behind me. I'm just mumbling. Let's get to the point. Okay, Jack, why don't you go home today, and we are back in the studio now. I'm going to switch switch back. It's not switch back because we've never been there. I'm going to switch to. Okay. Jack, why don't you go get copy or something. Go home early if you want. I got this look. I can be nice in this one. I didn't do the overhead driving part yet. It's still coming, so I don't have anything to show for the photoshoot. Okay. Maybe I will show the one from my sketch because I already did this and I drew my ramen ball, but it was a ramin I hit last year and I finally had time to show some love to my sketch. But this is my old sketch journal. Here's my new sketch journal. Let's take a zip to see my. To see the face. Come on, focus on this face, not me. Yes. Can you see it Is. So it's going to be a long interview. I think. Then I show a painting complete with Magical. Otherwise, I'm screwed. I love saying this but but working as am I want to say, independent teacher. I'm a watercolor artist. And why don't you be more serious like this? This is more understandable. I try to make art access. A plane is passing. Let's wait. There's too much you can treat yourself to. Lots of happening, okay? You can go and treat with some practice. Of course, art is a part of life. Art is part of life and the war. Okay? One of those should do. Don't say anything. Because he's very fragile. No emotional. No. What is he? Don't say anything because he's very touchy. Acceptable. What is the word? Sensible. Sensational. What is the word? That when something is so soft, very fragile, Sensitive. Yes, that's the word, sensitive. That, okay. So don't hope telling people not to hope, I don't take myself too seriously on a bedrock once I start doing this is not too bad. But until I start recording, I'm so stressed and I do everything to avoid doing this and I procrastinate so much, I don't know why. Okay. Now, what do we do? Stop. See on the other end there's no, this is we are in the class now.