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Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting


Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting




Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 01. Color the flowers after the sketch lines are completed. I prefer to start from the central one. In case the sun light comes from the top right we'd better paint the ground color by light yellow along the inner side of the petals. Darken the shaded area on top right while remain highlights at the bottom left.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 02. Draw the bud by light yellow and khaki after the ground color is dry, and then add permanent rose red on tips.

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 03. Use the permanent rose red as the primary color. I choose two No.8 paintbrushes to color the petals piece by piece, one brush with water, the other with pigment. It's enjoyable to watch the blending process of water and pigment although it's time-consuming. Here's a tip for you. To avoid color blending, it's advisable to paint neighboring petals after you dry one petal by a hair drier.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 04. For the second flower, paint as the first one. Light yellow for the ground color of the bud while red for petals. Darken the interior of the center by Khaki after the watercolor is dry.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 05. Purple and permanent rose red for the peony with a drop of sharp green at last. Deliberate highlight makes the whole picture feel more air-breathing.
 06. I use light yellow, orange and a little permanent rose red for the two roses, with ochre for the shade. Grey should be avoided to remain a high degree of saturation.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 07. You can draw the leaves more casually with a range of conventional colors from jade green, shape green to ultramarine. Grey is needed at the stem of leaves to create drop shadows.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 08. Slowly paint the other parts of the plant at will but with great patient, a little yellow here and some red there.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 09. The space area in the center of the picture is the junction part of the flowers. Space means the dark shadow area. Grey going with orange, permanent rose red and other flower colors is perfect for such part. A reasonable degree of saturation is critical to prevent the whole picture from a dirty look by deep grey or dark colors.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 10. Colors for the stem include sharp green, jade green, ultramarine, purple, light yellow, khaki and ochre. The best way to present a semitran spa rent effect of the lace is to lighten colors by more water.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting
 11. Darken the shadow along the edge of the flowers by grey color to create an evident third dimension effect, then throw drops of water with white acrylic ink/paint.

 12. The completed bride bouquet i ideal for summer decoration.

Bride Bouquets - by Watercolor Painting

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