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This kit include Step-by-Step Instructions, a Color Wheel and a Studio Image to complete the exclusive The Sea Watercolor Painting by artist Robin Berry.
HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit contains all you need to make your own The Sea.
Dip a Art Brush Filbert 18 in the water and paint your watercolor paper with PLAIN WATER. Yes, just plain water! Not pools of water, just enough for a sheen.
Leave a dry area above the thin blue line that marks the horizon.
Note: Always start with the light colors and work up the painting with the darker colors.
• Take your Art Brush Filbert 18, wet it and pick up a little Lemon Yellow paint. Move the brush around in the Paint Tray to get a feeling for and to even the paint. If you feel the paint is to thick, add more water.
• Paint a dark stroke in the horizon, just under the light blue stroke you made earlier. Make sure your paper is still a little wet, so that the paint will float and blend.
• Continue with wet paper and pick up some orange paint
to give the seawater a warm glow below the sun.
• Create clouds by leaving some white, very light blue areas and other areas darker blue. Let it dry!
• Use your blue Watercolor Pencil to sketch the little sailboat. Place the boat on the right side to balance your painting. Draw small, short and light strokes. Look at my sketch and try to copy this. Note that the sail crosses the horizon.
• Keep it simple, not too detailed.
• Use the Art Brush Round 8. Add some clean water at the sail and around the boat, but not inside the boat.
• Use the blue color tones to create waves surrounding the boat. The colors must be darker behind the boat and lighter in front of it.
• With the Art Brush Round 4, use violet and blue colors for the sail. Again leave some light and white areas, these will be highlights from the sun.
• Let it dry before you move on to the dark area inside the boat. Use dark brown, blue and some of your violet colors to paint a varied area inside the boat. Paint the rope with Burnt Umbre. Paint a thin stroke from the top of the sail to the stern of the boat.
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE PAINTED THE SEA!!!
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