Actually I am not sure how to go further now.
I have used my cheap paper here. You can see how fragile the paper is if you look closely. I don´t care at the moment as I feel that I have to practise landscapes, and how to choose the right colors for it. I have fixed most of it after the paper was completely dry. The reall painting is a bit warmer in color than the photo above. Especially seen in the water where the front lines in the water is more purple, also the distant hills shows more purple as reflections in the water.
How to go further with the painting:
(If you skilled arty friends with a lot of collected knowledge want to give me some ideas, please help yourselves. I´m open for any ideas!)
This time is actually the first time I have mixed ALL three primary colors to get the green mix. I´ve thought that my green mixes have been too sharp. Thought I should change my thinking a bit.
I am thinking of if I can glaze on top of everything with a VERY thin mixture of a warm blue color. I guess I have to try if I want to learn any. If I do that I could leave out a white sun somewhere in the middle of the sky and also get some small white sparkles in the water from the sun. (With some sandpapering). To get the sparkles to show they need some darks as contrast.
Paper is still white in the skyarea and at the bottom in the water.
Color´s still wet!
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