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Easy Watercolor Landscape: Painting A Vineyard In Napa Valley

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Step 11: More Details And Rose Leaves

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For some extra details, use Neutral Tint and a touch of Burnt Sienna to strengthen the shadows under the roof of both buildings. With the opaque Permanent White gouache paint and size 1 brush, dot in the headlights of the vehicles (put the paint on the auxiliary palette for more space).

Then, switch back to the no. 6 rigger brush, and mix Sap Green, Indigo, and some French Ultramarine for a dark green. Use this for painting the leaves between the roses in the foreground, again making random brushstrokes and allowing leaves to stick out here and there. With the same color, paint the stems and the basket-like structure that supports the roses as well. If you want, darken the roses with more Permanent Carmine, but be careful not to touch the wet leaves.