The making Process of another view from Sand Street beach.
Sandstreet Beach used to be a cottage for duck hunters long ago. A small hut on a beautiful beach doesn't seem like it at all, but it conveys a quiet and lonely mood. It's not good to have only one thing in the center of the composition, but I think we should make an exception this time.
Since watercolor paints become messy and not easy to correct if you continue to paint over them repeatedly, you should first paint them with a bright color and refrain from painting multiple times if possible.
Once I've finished the most blurry parts, I'll do the mid-tones and, occasionally, detail.
I wanted to paint Sandstreet Beach on a windy and rainy day.
It's not a good example compositionally, and the view looks awkward because it was drawn with a drone view, but I'm very satisfied with it because I personally wanted to draw it like this once.
Myungja Anna Koh