Paint a Seacape In Fog In This Watercolor Lesson
Lots of wet-into-wet and drybrush technique along with neutral grays gives up the look of a foggy morning at the shore. Learn how to paint fog in a seascape in this lesson.
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Fog and Mist
This watercolor painting really features grays and neutral colors. It’s a great color recipe when painting a foggy day, whether it is a seascape or a landscape. Our palette is limited to just three colors and we’ll use those for our gray and neutral mixture. The sky and background will be light and soft to keep it looking like it is in the fog.
Drawing Layout For Any Painting
The downloadable layouts are done with heavy lines to make it easy to see and copy onto your watercolor paper. It is best not to draw the lines too heavy on your paper, especially in the sky, since there is a good chance the lines will show through the paint. It’s not a deal-breaker, but those heavy pencil lines are sometimes a distraction.
What you’ll need
- Brushes – 1 1/2″ Flat, 1/4″ Flat, Medium Round, and Small Round.
- Colors – Raw Sienna, Winsor Newton French Ultramarine Blue , Burnt Sienna
- Watercolor paper – preferably Arches 140lb Cold Press cut to about 7″ x 11″ or so
Get ready, turn on the video and let’s jump in!