Description: As with most of my nature tutorials I decided to do a bit of sketching before tackling the main drawing. This first sketch is charcoal on grey charcoal paper. I started by lightly sketching my scene using a soft charcoal stick. I then built up my sketch a bit and sketched in the water using a white charcoal stick.
Description: Here's my color sketch for this tutorial. I used a basic watercolor set, water, and a brush for this one. I started by sketching out the scene using watered down green paint. After that I sketched in some of the darker areas using watered down brown.
Description: I finished the shading by balancing out my colors. You can use white and watered down strokes of brown, gray, and blue to define the water a bit. Now, with the sketches out of the way we can move on to the actual drawing!
Description: Start adding detail from left to right top to bottom. Use an HB pencil for light shading and 7B and 9B for dark shading. Shading lightly with any of these pencils will give you a different kind of texture. Use this to your advantage when shading the rocks.
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