52 Weeks of Watercolor Challenge, Week 4: Weather, Stormy Seas

My last Puddle Jumper piece for this week’s challenge didn’t really focus on weather, so I decided to try again. I didn’t use a reference for this painting so it lacks detail, but the colors turned out how I imagined them.

5 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Watercolor Challenge, Week 4: Weather, Stormy Seas

    1. I’m still learning so I don’t really know what I’m doing. But I find watching YouTube videos of other painters very helpful. I almost always use reference photos too because it helps to try to replicate what I see as opposed to making it up in my head. For example, lighting will always be correct in a reference image, so if you can replicate the light & shadows, you’re halfway there. But if I had to give one tip it would be watch other painters – I’ve learned the most that way.

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      1. hey thanks! i’m also learning! and I totally agree with light and shadow. So far I found that layers of watercolor is super important and waiting for it to dry before coats. Thank you again

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      2. Waiting for the paint to dry is the hardest part for me! But it’s teaching me patience and to slow down and enjoy the process. Watercolor is an excellent teacher. 🙂

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