Now in the tomatoes, as you'll see, we have a hard lighting over here because I wanted it that way. Which of water. Nothing much. So I can add the stem. Actually. A little dark going over here and there. This is a very simple course. Maybe we can change the combination. It is to make students understand some techniques, gain confidence, and also memorize the truly essential things in watercolor Journey. So I'm going to pick this, which is bra million chameleon and a touch of crimson in it already. But if you use a brush, it'll get a softer highlight. That's more than enough lighting for us. Green would do the job, but I'll be using the viridian green. And now I'm going to add over here and touch up here and just make around, no need to worry, Don't think too much. The doctrine should be slightly thicker than the first tonal value. So now I'm going to use a tiny brush to do some adjustments. Couple of them or not, which is totally okay. So that's going to be our doc do not value, which is very simple to apply just like this. Touch off cobalt blue. This kind of subject is good because it helps to push your drawing and painting skills a little bit further than the previous exercises. Now we are done. I'm using the same color over here. As simple as that. This is practice work. Just like that. There we have it. So I wish you all the best. And now let's do the next one. But we'll see that afterwards. But in this course we are going to understand the dude tonal value system, which will basically lead you to memorize the techniques and eventually in your further studies can help you to achieve the three total values in a better, better way. As you can see, that looks beautiful already. I want you to understand how it works. Just like that. It's basically neutral but bluish. Again. 2. Just like that little bit of touch up. You just have to glide your brushed, hold it close if you have to put water on the paper and if you have to glide it, hold it slightly farther away. Would leave a spot right there, cleaning up the brush. The study of regular household subjects composed in either in a sophisticated way or simply put on a table can drastically improve the understanding about lighting, color and realistic process of painting or sketching. So now let's go ahead and paint. If you want it to be brownish, you can just pick a touch-up around 30. The green got mixed with credit and blue now, and we're going to get a very poor we shadow. So for this painting, we are going to use Chameleon as our main color. It'll work. Now let's add a touch of crimson. See more ideas about watercolor, watercolor art, watercolor paintings. And if we add a little more water, will just add the kinda of a here. So overall we have a return value system, but we painted using only two tones, which would be the dark, solely the dark area and the light area. Whether this give us and bubble formation and we are done. The teacher's recommendation is shown until at least 5 student responses are collected. Just have to follow the structure. Soft lifting over here, soft drifting or here to create the highlighted illusion. You can put your signature if you want to. Just like that. So let's just go ahead and do the drawing. So if you practice the techniques which I am going to show you in this course, you will gain confidence. And now I'm going to add maybe a touch of green. And now let's start the painting process. Just run that water. 1. So that's all there is. Number two would be to understand simplified brushstrokes using bare minimum strokes with the proper amount of water and the pigment to achieve a very simplified goal, which brings it to our third topic, which is understanding Donald value system. Just like that. Now, let's continue with the second one. I'm touching the edge of the bear, just like this while it's wet. We did a little bit of a hard lifting here. And the second will be done the paint on the pallet. We can have a lighter value and a touch of water to the mix and do a very, very light blend like so, and feed them just like this. That should actually work. Materials Needed: Alright, let's start with the materials. If you have one brilliant, if not, this is a mock brush. New members: get your first 7 days of Skillshare Premium for free! Let them blend that the Korean, whatever they wanted to create. This one has lighting over here. As Highlight. And it's a simple painting. Yeah, brilliant bending, brilliant study, pretty good thing to do. Hello. Basically, we are done cleaning up the brush. So you can progress yourself. Very easy. So the read will be slightly darker. Edition: One of a Kind Original Painting Painting Dimensions: 10 x 7 Framed Dimensions: 17 x 14 Details: Painted after an afternoon on the patio in summer with a plate of sliced granny smith apples, a chilled glass of viognier wine and an angel face lavender rose in a bud vase on a striped linen cloth. Remember days. Learn from the award-winning painter, Steve Curl, on how to paint a still-life painting from scratch. Highlight over here. Now, I'm going to do the shadows a little bit. Stroke. There we go. Learning Still-life is one of the most important part of Art. Take your time to do an glide your brush like this. One has to observe things better. Only the corners. It's just like this. So I think we are done. Just like this. If you want, you can do it. .. Watercolor Still-life for Beginners: Memorizing Realistic Methods in a Simple Way | Abhishek Rout | Skillshare So I'm just going to show you a tiny bit of it just like that. Now, let's establish the shadow. And also the techniques which you are going to memorize automatically when you learn a lot of different things and experiment. And the technique would be even more easier. But that's not gonna serve the purposes of this course. In this course there will be couple of simple subjects like Lemon, tomato, Pear which we will paint in a absolute simplified way in order to memorize the essential techniques which can build confidence to attempt complicated subjects. While the first light Gullah is rent, they will blend, really cleared their own dishes. Now I'm using a brush to get the highlights done. So I can see interview. That's more than enough. And I'm going to add right here. Do simple leaves which are not really detailed, but it was not really required as well. We don't need the lasers because the simpler things we have, it's better. And now let me just quickly began to treat their water. Signed by the artist. composition nature morte a l'aquarelle de Corinne Poplimont. Now, these areas are also highlighted. I'm going to add some more to over here. Coupled flights, which are quite dry, and we are good to go though. And I'm going to apply a over here straight. This is a, a full-size Bao Han, 300 years in cold pressed paper, has fine grained, as you can see the texture. We are not going to do anything else. Let it dry. So the same thing is with the bears, that last painting we did. Now what I can do, now this is optional. Cobalt blue. That's what it is. And we're going to add, so right about here is like this. There we go. And all I can see is keep practicing, keep honing your skills in a better, better way. Touch of water. It's just like drawing. I have a lot of them you are here. Very, very, very, very simple. Now let's talk about the beams. When do you use a lots of burnt sienna touch of green, just like that drop of water. And I'm going to add a shadow just about here. So I can easily lifted afterwards the midsection. I'll be using cobalt blue for this entire course. Shadows which you just have to connect way the body is slightly vet and the shadow. So try not to be too much. Very simplest subject Really. So things would get slightly cooler, slightly neutralized drop of water. Use a plate. So half dark and half light. And that's going to be the shadow. Let me show you how if I did a little more green, which is dark, a touch of burnt sienna with it. And we are done. Very simple. Now. I'll get a brighter green. Nothing to worry. The other one is actually a little darker than usual. And the water glitazone ticket.