Water pond and lake
Drawing – akin to magic. Using paint and brush on paper to create a realistic picture of where everything is on it will look like the present. Looking at a natural landscape, I think that the rapid mountain river's going to overflow, and from the calm surface of the lake will come up a mermaid.
Such realistic paintings, you need to draw the water. In fact it plays a major role on the canvas. It is easier to portray the calm water that filled the ponds and lakes.
First, choose which plan will be similar to the object. Outline its boundaries with a pencil, depicting oval and round. Will help to draw a realistic water colors: blue, dark blue, black. The edges of a lake, pond depth is small. Therefore, this part is reconstructed with the help of blue paint. The farther to the middle of the object, the darker must be the shades.
Not necessarily portray great depth in the middle of the lake. Make a few round dark spots in different places of the pond. Paint dark blue and white colors will help you see circles radiating out across the water. And the picture will be more realistic.
You need to consider which side the light source to paint on the surface of the water shadows and reflections of the sun. Latest give good white or silver paint.
In the river water is not static but flows. If it is a mountain bubbling stream, then you need to convey with the drawing direction of the river, to show that she is restless and raging foam.
First draw a small mountain. Let drawn the river originates from its apex. The two pencil lines mark the left and right boundaries of the reservoir. Then lines that are almost parallel to this, show that the water falls down.
Near the foot of the mountain, draw some spikes to be seen with what force comes from the top and flows on this flow.
If the river is mountainous and calm, then draw with a few wavy lines on its surface ripples. Let the ridges glistening in the sun. This effect will help to achieve a gold or silver paint.
You can use another way. Once you have painted the river with blue, blue paint, RUB the wax candles the crests of the waves. Cover them in dark blue. When the paint has dried, take a needle or a toothpick and scratch small plots, which show the ripple. We will see how she shines and sparkles in the sun.
Advice 2: How to draw water
In the drawing is most valued is the artist's ability to realistically reflect any thing he sees around him. A great challenge for emerging artists is drawing the water surface, so that the water looked authentic. The best way to create on paper the illusion of the water surface is painting in watercolor – light transparent paint water based.
Moisten the paper with a wide wet brush dipped in plain water.
Take the brush thinner, select a suitable water color paint and begin to apply a thin horizontal strokes on the wet paper.
Determine where on your drawing is the horizon line. Closer to the horizon line approach each other nearer than farther they are from the horizon and closer to the bottom edge of the sheet the greater the distance between the lines. This discrepancy in the distances will allow you to achieve the perspective effect.
Always take the brush a small amount of paint. If you take too much paint, the pattern will be too "thick", you risk to spoil it too bright blobs.
To make richer the foreground of the figure, where the water is coming to the lower edge of a sheet of paper, coat paper, light blue color, spreading a small amount of blue paint in water.
On top of the caramel make brush strokes. To not to waste the effect of transparency and the volume of water, do frequent strokes is simulates waves and ripples and Kohler do not cover the entire surface of the paper. The water line close to the horizon, you can write on a white sheet.
Don't forget on moistened sheet to paint the sky, without which the water will not look realistic. Combine blue, yellow, white and bluish-gray colors in order to simulate cloud or Sunny weather.
In the foreground you may want to draw a tree or flower that will make your drawing more interesting.