Splattering Watercolor To Paint A Cherry Blossom Sakura Tree
Add a fourth layer of paint splatter, this time mixing even more white paint into the pink mixture. Keep building the shape of the tree and keeping your splatters random. When you’re done, wait for the paint to dry, then prep some Sepia Brown paint on your palette. Dilute it a bit so it’s not too dark, and with the size 2 round brush, start painting in the tree trunk, branches, and a little bit of the dirt ground. You can vary the tones of brown through layering paint, or watering down the lighter areas, or even mixing different shades of brown and adding it to your painting.