Guest Post by R. Harlan Smith, he is a Water colorist and a Writer. For more about him click here 

Tips for watercolor sky and water:

I use a Cerulean blue to get a matte (and distant looking) sky.

Use a wide brush to pre-moisten the sky area and wash with a light Cerulean blue, leaving a few unwashed slivers to represent cloud wisps. Avoid uniformity.

A Rule:   

The sky is always lighter at the horizon.
Use Prussian blue for water.
Prussian blue, lightly washed over the pre-moistened area designated for water will produce a nice, reflective looking surface.

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