Landscape Watercolors - simple painting of nature scenery
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Round Hay Landscape Watercolors – Simple Painting of Nature Scenery

Round Hay landscape watercolors painting

I am in love with watercolors painting and that’s mainly because I find it to very difficult. I worked today on a simple painting of nature scenery, a Round Hay landscape watercolors tutorial. Usually, when I try to reproduce a painting using a tutorial on YouTube it never ends up well.

Working with acrylics and oil paint is easy and don’t lift up many obstacles, but the watercolors can be so tricky. Wet on wet, wet on dry and many other techniques. The paper smudges if there is too much water, too much pain layers. You need to be careful.

But! I found an amazing tutorial that helped me understand landscape painting with watercolors right from the first step. The way you analyze the reference photo, the colors, what to look for in it and how to improve your painting with more elements. You can too paint with watercolors and create a beautiful masterpiece. Follow the tutorial from below and you will get an amazing landscape watercolor artwork.

The painter I am talking about is Tim Wilmot and his demonstrations are easy to follow and understand. I got lots of “AHA!” moments from his videos. I am happy I found such detailed tutorials. And the result is just like his painting. It never occurs to me usually and I was always struggling with the colors. I followed one of his “Rural scene watercolors demonstrations” to create this simple painting of nature scenery. Check his video below the photo

Round Hey Watercolors Landscape
Round Hey Watercolors Landscape

Details

Medium: Watercolors on painting paper
Size: A4 paper

If you like this watercolors painting, check out my other painting in watercolors, the winter orchid.

Also, you can see my watercolors video on Youtube following this link. Enjoy!

Thank you for reading about my simple painting of nature scenery.
Have a great day!

The Video Tutorial

I'm Cristina, the admin and author of this blog. I love art and life.

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