Painting Light and Shadows in Watercolor


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How do you paint light and shadow in watercolor?

Have you ever tried painting shadows in watercolor and were disappointed with the result? I remember when I started painting I had problems with shadows. Sometimes the color was completely wrong, the results looked cloudy, or just didn't look convincing.

So how should you paint shadows and shadows in watercolors? Painting realistic and compelling shadows starts with a good understanding of how light, shadow, and shadow work in the real world. Shadows are never just gray, and mixing the right shade colors depends on the colors of the object and its surroundings.

Shadows and the light they create help us perceive the world around us. Faithfully capturing light and shadow in watercolor painting is an important part of creating believable artwork. But no worry! Understanding and applying the basic rules about shadows is enough to give a realistic impression and improve your images dramatically.

Enjoy The Video Tutorial about "Watercolor Basics—Introduction to Shadows and Highlights"

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