Let's start with the list of supplies you'll need.
Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Silicone tray (from Intro to Watercolor with Gelatos set)
Faber-Castell Creative Studio Goldfaber 1221 6B Graphite pencil
Watercolor paper (I used 140 lb cold press by Canson)
Now let me walk you through the steps.
Recently, I traveled to Puerto Rico on family vacation and fell in love with this beautiful island. We drove around the entire stretch of land and enjoyed the peaceful green vistas. Travel always inspires me to create. I came home with a sketchbook full of drawings and paintings (you can see them on my Instagram @mou.saha.studio) and I am still enjoying painting those scenes.
To begin painting your dreamy landscape, start with a light pencil sketch of the basic composition.
If you look at my basic sketch, you'll see two parts - the heaven and the earth or the sky and the ground. I picked Creme de Menthe for the sky and Persimmon for the meadow.
On the Silicone trey, rub patches of each color of Translucent Gelatos. Dilute them with the waterbrush and start creating washes to define the mountains in the distance and the grassland in the front.
Remember, the objects in the front will have more details because they are closer to you whereas the distant objects will remain more vague.
Add details with the darker colors to the grassland.
Finally, add some cattle to the foreground to finish.