Paint A Dramatic Sky In Watercolors
Paint this wet-in-wet big sky watercolor with dramatic and interesting results.
Take the plunge and learn to paint a dramatic stormy sky in watercolors with a wet-in-wet technique. Some experience with watercolor is helpful. This is all about letting go and letting the watercolor paint itself with minimal planning. Challenge yourself and join me in learning how to paint this exciting atmospheric watercolor.
Work at your own pace with unlimited access at anytime.
The course includes
- Understanding and using the rule of thirds for a good composition
- Discovering the possibilities of wet-in-wet painting
- Learning to let go and be spontaneous
- Using washes
- Mixing colors to create rich darks
- Uncovering your inner creativity
- Using warm and cool colors for important contrasts
You will also have the ability to upload a photo of your finished artwork if you would like feedback on your watercolor.
You will have lifetime access to this course! I want you to be able to review the content over and over again until you absorb the techniques used to create your very own successful watercolor. You'll find that each time you review the course you'll remember something new that will help improve your painting skills.
The luminosity of watercolors is what fascinates and draws me to this medium. I like creating textures and continually try to stretch the boundaries of watercolor. I experiment with materials and media to get the results I want.
I studied painting at the Rhodesian School of Art in Zimbabwe and for four years in California with master watercolorist, Jerry Stitt, AWS.
StartComposition using the rule of thirds (3:17)
StartPainting the first wash (3:46)
StartCreating the storm clouds (5:36)
StartEvaluating the sky and adding the first wash to the land area (2:46)
StartAdding shadow and distant mountain (4:51)
StartRe-evaluating and adding the finishing touches (6:54)
Frequently Asked Questions
Jean explains all the steps very well and gives good, practical tips. i love the end result of her painting and will sign up for more of her classes.
This was wonderfully instructive. I particularly appreciated the instructor's 'can do' attitude and approach, which as a novice I found highly motivating, inspiring and encouraging. Of greatest value and learning for me, however, was the subtle and practical demonstration of using one's intuition in deciding 'right' tone, color, composition, value and texture. I loved (and would chuckle to myself) each time the instructor reflected 'Yes. I like that' or 'Be careful, don’t over do it', etc. These were significant 'intuition points which i found very helpful. The instructor's thinking out aloud provided a valuable learning opportunity apropos guiding and gauging my own judgements about, and development of a painting.
Clear explanation of thought process.