Welcome to a new tutorial! Let’s make this galaxy watercolor painting!
Start by placing a little bit of water on the top of the paper. Apply a violet watercolor over the wet area and spread the color. Paint from corners and add water to thin and extend the color.
Cover the corners with more paint, this time using an intense violet. Leave some spaces unpainted to create the effect of clouds. You can use a flat, filbert or round brush. I’m using a flat one. Mix tones using a water and more paint. Continue from the edges to the center.
Now blend the dark blue color from the middle to the bottom. Remember to apply water on the paper first and then the paint.
Create a galaxy effect by dabbing your brush on the paper.
Let it dry a little and apply more color to highlight the tones.
Let it dry again and then add the black color. Blend the background colors with black from the edges to the center.
Apply light touches and create color transitions using a little water. Paint with the pure color to degrade it with black. Let the colors integrate and when it is dry continue with the stars.
Mix the white color with a few drops of water. Pick up the mixture with a brush and with another hit for spalashes.
Repeat the process until you have so many starts.
Now with black paint and a fine brush, draw pines on the bottom edge. Also, add some mountains.
Let your paint dry completely and that’s it! This is what our beautiful galaxy will look like!