Rainy Day In Seattle

Join artist Vinita Pappas in this tutorial as she takes you on a journey through the creation of a stunning street scene in Seattle on a rainy day. In this video, Vinita shares her techniques for bringing to life a moody and atmospheric painting with rich colors and striking reflections. She shows you how to mix and apply the right colors to capture the essence of the rainy day and create a sense of depth and atmosphere. Watch as she expertly blends raw umber and cobalt blue to create a beautiful cloudy sky and demonstrates how to use highlights to bring life to the figures in the painting. This video is perfect for artists of all levels who want to practice watercolor techniques and elevate their painting skills.
Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint a street scene. How to paint reflections. How to use colors to create a mood for a rainy day. How to highlight the foreground against the background. How to paint an initial wash without streaking. How to paint buildings. How to create highlights by using a palette knife on damp paint. How to paint horizontal and vertical lines in perspective. When you should let the paint dry before continuing. How to paint people. How to paint cars. How to manage details versus simplicity in a street scene. How to create texture.     Reference Photo    Initial Sketch   Final Painting     What does yours look like? Send it to us via a message on our Facebook page so we can admire your work and if we have your permission, we can also share it on the page and our website: www.facebook.com/watercolorpaintingcom  

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Vinita Pappas
Vinita Pappas

Painter

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