How To Paint Watercolor Trees
The lesson covers painting a winter tree and summer tree with thick foliage.
How to paint watercolor trees. Trying to paint every individual leaf is frustrating and pointless. We can clearly see the leaves on the tree in the image on the left. To overcome the temptation to do this squint at the tree or tree reference image until you only see large blurred areas of colour. Sometimes though i like to mix things up and do things the other way around scaling down bigger subjects to.
Rather we should focus on the overall shape of the values and colors on the tree and paint these shapes instead of details such as leaves. Usually i paint small subjects larger than life. The details are removed leaving simple shapes of value and color. Here s how to paint a tree in watercolour.
Paint a watercolor tree step by step starting with a drawing on paper masking some whites and painting the leaves with watercolor. The lesson covers painting a winter tree and summer tree with thick foliage. Trees are mostly observed as masses of form instead of a collection of tiny leaves. The image on the right however is how our mind should see the tree in order to paint it.
And do you wonder what technique to use to capture these important elements of a landscape in all their glory. Common beginner mistakes when painting trees trying to paint every individual leaf.
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