Hello dear Steemians,






Finally I can present you once again my watercolour works, because I received a new block of watercolour paper. I tried in the past pastel paper from “Canson” which is French manufacturer and I really loved it. Later I found that they produce watercolour too and after reading about the type of them I decided to use, recently I used cold-pressed but from many tutorial I learnt that rough is really good for landscape so this time I bought “Canson, Moulin du Roux” Rough watercolour weight is 300 gsm. Why I like that watercolour paper, it does not wave when the surface is wetted and the colors lay very nicely. I even started to love watercolour 🙂




“Sunset at Windmill” by @Stef1


This painting I decided to do a winter motif, it is snow around and cold the sun is going down, the last sun rays cover the sky in yellow, pink, purple and blue. The lonely mill is waiting for wind. Hope, like me you like Windmills and my watercolour work.





My step-by-step process:








The finished painting



Watercolor painting: “Sunset at Windmill” by @Stef1

Rough watercolor textured paper 30×40 cm, paper weight 300 gsm, watercolors colors in pans and tubes, flat and round brushes



Photo source



by Daniel Mennerich








I hope you enjoyed my post and thank you for viewing 🙂


My ArtVenture: Watercolor painting: “Sunset at Windmill”

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