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Training Lush Greens Paint Fresh Spring Fields and Greenery with Watercolor

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Duration: 1h 10m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720, 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 959 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn how to paint beautiful and rich green fields and greenery with watercolor! Painting greenery with watercolor could be challenging - often we end up with flat and unappealing pieces. But why is that? There are many reasons that your green fields and greenery didn't turn out the way you want to: - green shades that come out straight from the pan or tube are often unnatural; - plain fields often look boring when painted with watercolor, they miss dimension and detailing; - painting greenery requires natural looking/spontaneous shapes which is hard to achieve, especially for beginners.In this class I'll show you my process and tips for painting beautiful, lush, natural looking green fields and greenery! We'll start by exploring the green shades in our palettes and we'll mix our own greens. This will help us in all our future paintings that will require green colors. I'll show you how you can make a plain green field looking more interesting and dimensional. I will also give you some tips on how to paint natural greenery shapes using round and specialty brushes! This will immediately give a new look to all your landscapes from now on! Finally we will paint together a fresh and colorful scenery with lots of greens! This class is for you if you want to learn how to mix gorgeous greens and to use them accordingly! Are you ready to step up your landscape game?

Materials needed
- Watercolor Paper - I suggest that you use 100% cotton 300 GSM cold pressed paper. Rough texture will also work. - Watercolor Paints - a regular set with the basic colors would do;
- Watercolor Brushes - use your favorite brushes;
- White Gouache - we may use it to add some highlights;
- Two jars of water;
- You may need a pencil, an eraser and a ruler;
- Paper towel or a cotton towel for dabbing your brushes;
- Paper tape;
- A board to tape your paper to;
- A palette to mix your paints.

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