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Variegated Wash Watercolor Technique For Dramatic Skies & Landscapes

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Step 8: Growing Green Grass

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Switching to the ½” round mop brush, take the Sap Green and paint some patches of green grass, starting with the darker areas first. Remember to keep using your reference picture as a guide. Mix a little bit of the Lemon Yellow/Cadmium Yellow to the Sap Green, and add it to the areas where there is a lighter green. Don’t paint too much detail; just paint enough to indicate where the grass is without having to paint every single blade of grass. Add a little Viridian to the Sap Green to create a cooler green, then continue to add some variation to the grass’s color.