Autumn Watercolour Painting | Nanny Anita

Although there are several things improper with social media, one particular thing I do like is that there are tutorials on how to do just about anything. I c and throughout this autumn watercolour painting 1 applying an old present card to make the trees. I really don’t assume I have ever painted this sort of realistic seeking trees right before! Real they do seem like silver birch trees, but I’ll just take that.

Make positive you comply with my autumn crafts board on Pinterest for additional suggestions. Never ignore to help save the pin for later.

To make your individual autumn watercolour portray you will require:

  • Card inventory
  • Watercolour paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Outdated reward card
  • Spray bottle

Make a puddles of black and darkish blue paint. Making use of the long facet of the card, dip it into the paint and print it on the paper heading upwards to make the tree vehicles.

When you have completed building your tree vans, go over components of them with a lot more concentrated paint to make dark patches. You can also increase branches.

autumn watercolour painting

After it has dried, use the spray bottle to spritz the major of the portray, then utilizing autumn colors generate your leaves. We sapped out paintbrushes to do that element.

autumn watercolour painting

To insert the ending touches we included some sky and grass, then went in excess of the define of the trees with black paint.

I consider this procedure would be good for generating bamboo shots much too! We will have to attempt it out once more.

If you loved producing this autumn watercolour portray, be positive to check out out my autumn leaf hedgehog and q-suggestion stamping autumn trees.

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Learn how to make beautiful autumn watercolour paintings using an old gift card.

 


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