Watercolour Landscape Tutorial of Loch Pityoulish, Cairngorms National Park Part 2

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Part 2 of 2, this watercolour landscape painting demonstration features the beautiful Loch Pityoulish in The Cairngorms National Park in Scotland. In the lesson I use 15″ x 11″ Fabriano watercolor paper weighing 130lb. My usual brushes are the large Ron Ranson hake, 3/4″ flat and a number 3 rigger. I use the Cotman watercolours Raw Sienna, Burnt Umber, Light Red, Ultramarine, Lemon Yellow and Payne’s Gray.

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Mireille Romain says:

Beautiful colors for the sky and a pale mountain in the distance.  One big comes on the right hand side and on the other side there are a few trees in various colors with reflections.  On the right hand side there are some small trees in front of mountain where is a small land and reflections of trees.  There are some grasses on foreground with tiny flowers which add beauty as well as the sky colors which reflect beautifully on ground.  I thank you Steven for this new painting and demos. which help a lot in improving our artworks.

Steven Cronin says:

@TheDuggy13 thanks Al, limiting your palette automatically makes your colours more harmonious. Thanks for watching.

Alan Dugmore says:

great, realy enjoyed your vidio, you made it look so simple to do with a limited use of colours, thanks ill watch the others now, thanks Brummie Al

Steven Cronin says:

@jords7801 thanks for watching

mrbeanaswell says:

@WatercolourWorkshop Oh yes, I'd love that.

Steven Cronin says:

@henrycems it's tempting to overdo the blue and clouds in the sky. I feel it's best to keep them subtle. Often when watching these videos myself I think I should stop at a certain point and then cringe as I continue and overdo it. Autumn is a great time for trees and their colours.

Steven Cronin says:

@mrbeanaswell I was thinking the same myself recently how many of the paintings look similar. Still life bores me senseless and portraits don't really do it for me. But I have done cityscapes in the past and intend to do them more often. Also, I think a few more winter scenes would help the variety.

mrbeanaswell says:

Very nice. But your paintings are always basically the same. Why don't you try something completely different? Say, a cityscape or portrait or still life or something.

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