Saturday, March 21, 2015

Ready :) Follow the process from bottom and up!

 I´ve made the horizon show less. I´ve painted some french ultramarin amongst the green reflection, to lessen the green and also to follow the rules of perspective on the water. I have finally painted some stripes of blue and purple in the foreground to soften up the sharp difference between reflection and the foreground water. The final stripes in the foreground also leeds the eyes in to the middle of the painting I think.Otherwise the sunreflection would only be a spot in the middle. This paintings feels ok for me now. I should try it on Arches watercolorpaper instead and with quick light brushstrokes to see the difference. Maybe I´ll do that....

Look at last post to see what colors I used!

I´m so happy for your visit and I LOVE reading your comments! 
Wellcome back!


  1. Beautiful! You knew when to stop. That's the garden thing with watercolour. The water reflections are super and the whole painting is filled with light

  2. Sorry that should have been hardest not garden!!!! :)

  3. :) Happy you like it! I think I have learnt alot during the workingprocess too. Feels very satisfying. :)

  4. It has been nice to follow your process, and the result is awesome, such a peaceful scene.

  5. it's nice to follow you ! beautiful work ! I agree Jane it's awesome at last

  6. I have studied your cool process for several times, klicking on the pictures one after the other forward and back and back and forward and it was like a miracle how the landscape appears step by step! This is wonderful! And it looks so easy but I assume you need a lot of training to do this as you are doing this miracle!

    1. Thank you Stefanie :) It´s interresting with WIP´s, I think so too :)


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