Autumn Painting in Watercolors – Today, because I felt that the Summer heat is a bit too much, I decided to paint something related to the Fall season. You will see that in the beginning, the painting does not look too nice, but with each detail, it gets better.
I like the beginning of a new season, so I tend to paint them before they even start. I did not work on many summer landscape this summer, but I will go straight to Autumn paintings.
The painting includes trees, leaves, a small cascade falling in a pond and a bunch of rocks. Let’s see what materials we could use:
Materials for an Autumn Painting in Watercolors
A4 paper for watercolor painting
masking fluid (optional)
watercolor paint (I use Pheonix colors)
refill marker with precision tip (I filled it with white paint and water)
pencil for sketch
Steps in creating an autumn painting
Like always, I create a pencil sketch for the illustration. I drew trees, a small waterfall, a pond, and rocks. It’s important to add a lot of details for this panting. In the beginning, the drawing did not look very good and I was very bothered by it. However, as I added more details, the painting began to look better.
I used the marker to add details in the ending of the process. I invite you to watch the video below and see the steps I took to create the artwork. Also, I recommend you to subscribe to my Youtube channel to get more video tutorials.