The Morning Tea

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The idea of this painting came in mind when I saw a couple drinking tea. Well before I didn’t get this idea as my husband doesn’t drink it especially in the morning.

In the above painting , before I dipped my brush in the paint I wet the paper .

Be careful while defining the outline of the cups and saucers.

I have also used the salt technique in this painting. It gave my painting, to be accurate my table a very unique look. I had sprinkled some salt near the cookie plate, where you see yellow and and the blend of other blue shades and violet.

Watch the video for a better idea.

Paints Required: ( Artist’s Loft-Watercolors)

  • Lemon yellow
  • Lamp black
  • Yellow ochre
  • Chinese white
  • Cobalt blue
  • Violet
  • Burnt Sienna
  • Burnt Umber

 

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Don’t just eat a watermelon, paint too

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I used to think painting fruits and vegetables was not an easy job, at least for me. So , I took it as a challenge. I kept a watermelon on my dining table , observed everything, it’s shape, color , shade , etc. I had a rough idea of what watercolors and brushes I would be using, so the mixing of color to a shade was impromptu.

For the tutorial , click on the link https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ox0VTOymaHs

 

 

 

Paint a rose with me

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I love taking challenges because they keep me excited and happy.  It took me quite a time to make an original painting as I had never been to any art school. But I proudly call myself An ARTIST . Its my passion. Today I made a painting of a rose with water colors. To watch the tutorial click on the link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbO01kD18xI&t=2s) ..

Well the final painting has a background too, but when I was done with my painting I realised that the rose without the green background looked more beautiful to me. The final look of my painting is like this….

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Hope you like the complete version too. Let me know which one you like more.