Drawing a seascape
What you need:Goldfaber coloured pencil or Goldfaber Aqua watercolour pencil
Outline on the woman’s coat with magenta and then fill it in with light pressure and vertical strokes. Use firmer pressure in the folds of the fabric, and then add magenta to the man’s coat to show some reflected color. Place a few short strokes of magenta to the man’s hair. Then add a few magenta lines in the rocks and add some of the same color to the wet sand, the distant water, and the depressions in the dry sand. Use cadmium yellow to loosely cover the magenta areas in the sand and to add yellow to the foreground rocks.
For the water near the horizon, stroke on a little cadmium yellow. Then add some white reflections under the crashing waves and in the distant water. Finally add a few shadows under some of the waves, using dots and dashes with a sharp warm gray.