Milky Way Skies and Mystical Mountains in Watercolour (Recording)
Do the wonders of the sky leave you in awe? Why not capture this phenomenon on paper! Join Rachael Mae in this recorded 3-hour Class as she teaches you how to paint the Milky Way sky as a backdrop for the mystical mountains. Learn how to use layers and textures to your advantage while utilizing white space to create depth and dimension to this awe-inspiring scene.
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Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a live 3-hour Class and is merely a recording (replay) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in this video.
- Watercolor paints, specifically: Indigo, Payne’s Grey, Phthaloyl Turquoise, Yellow Ochre (or a yellow hued paint), Prussian blue. Any variations of these colors will work too.
- Canson watercolor paper: cold pressed, 300gsm/140lbs paper, 5x7 inches. 100% cotton works best, but work with what you have!
- Watercolor brushes: sizes 12, 8, 4, and 0 round brushes (any round brush you have)
- Pencil, eraser, ruler
- 2 different cups of water
- Paper towel or old rag
- Winsor & Newton white gouache (or Vallejo Indian white ink)
- White chalk pastel (optional)
- Hairdryer or heat embossing tool (for drying layers quickly)
- Download/print these reference photos
If you don’t love it, it’s free.
If you’re not happy, we’re not happy. That’s why if you don’t love this Mini Workshop or Class as much as we know you will, we will give you your money back.