How To Paint Stunning Sunset Skies Using Just Imagination - A simple sunset

Follow along in this step-by-step tutorial with Steve Curl as he demonstrates how to watercolor paint a colorful sunset sky with silhouettes from his imagination. No reference image needed!
Watercolor Class Preview: How to frame and compose a painting based on imagination, not a reference photo How to mix powerful color combinations for beautiful sunsets How to apply wet-on-wet wash techniques to paint a stunning sky How to use negative painting to create the illusion of brightness How to paint ripples in the water How to paint palm trees Paints On The Palette (Holbein Artists' Watercolors) Cadmium Yellow Light Aureolin Cadmium Yellow Orange Cadmium Red Deep Permanent Alizarin Crimson Opera Ultramarine Deep Cobalt Blue Cerulean Blue Peacock Blue Payne’s Grey Neutral Tint Paper: Arches 140-pound coldpress watercolor paper, 6" x 9" Brushes: Silver Brush Black Velvet: Cat’s tongue brush (¾" width) Stratford & York Warwick Series: Round sable brush (size 12) Stratford & York Warwick Series: Round sable brush (size 8) Miscellaneous: HB or 2B pencil Kneaded eraser Painting palette for watercolor paints A container of water A towel or rag to rest brushes on Tissue or paper towel         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...

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Steve Curl
Steve Curl


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