Easy Watercolor Landscape: Painting A Vineyard In Napa Valley
Step 4: Painting A House And Winery In This Watercolor Landscape
Take a break and let your painting dry, or use a hairdryer to speed up the process. Once it’s done, switch to the rigger brush (no. 8), and mix Yellow Ochre and Quinacridone Gold with a touch of Burnt Sienna. Use this to paint the front and sides of the leftmost house in the background, being careful to avoid touching any areas that still feel damp. Paint the house’s interior as well, but leave the vehicles white.
For the other building, mix Burnt Umber with a touch of French Ultramarine for a dark brown. Then, paint the lower part of the winery, keeping the roof and truck white. Leave this layer to dry before returning to paint the details to prevent the colors from bleeding together.