Colours: Raw sienna, burnt sienna, Blue either cerulean, cobalt, prussian or ultramarine or mixture of 2 (I used ultra + cerulean)
Sketch landscape turn upside down wet paper with
water and paint mixture of blues you have chosen.
Sky should be darker at the top. (more pigment)
whilst blue is still slightly wet (paper is shiny) add
hill in background by adding raw sienna to blue
paint in foreground with mixtures of raw + burnt
sienna. Add blue for bushes across the middle.
Back run is acheived by painting clear water
horizontally across whilst foreground is still wet
Paint in roofs. Try to paint all in one shape using
burnt sienna and adding blue mixture from time to
time. Paint fairly carefully. man-made edges should
Paint in shadows on the building (you may have to
refind with a pencil) and shadows behind chimneys
Paint in the windows (don't paint them all the same colour!
Using a flat brush and dark colour touch the brush to
the bottom edge of the roofs to give a shadow.
Use a sponge to put some texture of vine leaves in the
foreground with a dark mixture of burnt and raw sienna
add some stakes and wires for the vines. Add a touch
of green on the background hill.