Splattering Watercolor To Paint A Cherry Blossom Sakura Tree
For the second layer, use the pink mixture and start creating lighter and darker areas in your painting. Try not to get a uniform pattern of paint splatters, as this will ruin the natural look of the way flowers grow (they tend to grow in clusters rather than being evenly spaced out). When this layer is dry, you can add a third layer by mixing a little more Titanium Opaque White into your pink mixture for even lighter areas. These areas should be seen near the top of each cluster of flowers.