How To Paint A Pink Sky

10 Amazing (and Easy!) Tutorials

Introduction

You don’t get to see a pink sky that often, but when your eyes are blessed enough to get a glimpse of this magnificent and ambient scenery, I’m pretty sure you feel like capturing its beauty on canvas. But just painting the sky pink won’t be enough. I’ve pondered over countless tutorials on how to paint a pink sky, and have come across some rather exciting videos. Some of these tutorials are easy, while some are a bit more advanced. But all in all, they’re quite intriguing.

Although there are a lot of ways for you to paint a pink sky, we’ll mostly focus on techniques that involve acrylics, watercolors, and oil paint. In order to paint the sky pink, you can rest assured that we’ll get to see a lot of unique and interesting uses of the color pink, something that you’ll definitely enjoy.

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Subtle Painting of a Pink Sky

Subtle Painting of a Pink Sky

At first glance, this painting of a pink sky might look difficult to paint. But once you’re done watching this tutorial, you’ll get to see how easy it is. The reason this painting looks difficult to work on is because of the color shades. However, if you’re able to apply them as shown in the tutorial, you’ll be able to get things done quite comfortably, and without much trouble.

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Stunning View of a Pink Sky

Stunning View of a Pink Sky

Get ready to be dazzled by this stunning painting of a pink sky. This is as simple and gorgeous a painting can get. There’s so much simplicity in this painting, that it’ll make you wonder how the artist managed to fit all the shades and color variants in it. Practically, the shading process is quite simple. The approach is indeed praiseworthy, especially given the fact that this tutorial is aimed at beginners, and yet, it looks nothing short of a professional artwork.

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Painting a Simple and Cute Pink Sky

Painting a Simple and Cute Pink Sky

While painting a pink sky, it’s not necessary that the entire sky needs to be covered with shades of pink. You can even have thin strands or shades of blue to complement the pinkish look of the sky. In this tutorial, you’ll learn to do just that. The artist keeps the look very simple, yet makes it look so amazing. If you’re new to acrylics, and want to create something astounding to look at, you should definitely go for this approach.

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A Pink Sunset

A Pink Sunset

The setting sun adorns the skies with a wild look, ambient appeal, and plenty of beautiful colors. The pink in the sky you get to see during a sunset is one of these many fascinating colors the sky wears while the sun goes to rest. This tutorial takes you through the whole process of creating a visually appealing sunset with a pinkish sky. The painting lacks detail, but makes up for it with the amazing work of shading done on the sky.

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A Beautiful Moon in the Pink Sky

A Beautiful Moon in the Pink Sky

Do you know what’s prettier than a moon in the night sky? A moon shimmering in the beauty of pinkish sky. It might sound unrealistic, but even for a fantasy scene, you’ve got to admit that it’s quite an amazing look. Don’t believe me? Check out this tutorial and the painting below, and you’ll understand what I’m going on about. Truly amazing how you can merge two beautiful and appealing creations into a single painting, and create something even more beautiful.

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Beautiful Pink Clouds

Beautiful Pink Clouds

In this painting, while the sky still retains its vivid blue look, the clouds take on a more pinkish shade. The two colors really complement each other, and you can clearly see it in this painting. It’s an amazing way of exploring the different combinations you can have with the color pink. You’ll be amazed to see how beautiful your artworks can get once you start pairing up the right shades, and find the perfect color combinations and blends.

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A Peachy Sunset

A Peachy Sunset

In this video tutorial, you’ll once again be introduced to the idea of a pinkish sunset, only this time, you’ll see how it gets done using oil paint. Everything about this painting looks so realistic. From afar, you can’t even tell that it’s a painting, and will likely think of it as a high definition picture. The painting itself is simple, but the complexity is there within the shades, and if you can master the art of doing that, you can achieve results like the one you see below.

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A Simple Pink Sky

A Simple Pink Sky

This painting is one of the simplest pink sky paintings on this list. It’s basically just a wash of pink watercolor paint, with a bit of shading here and there. To be honest, this may not be the best paintings you’ll ever see, or the one you would want to try out. But it’s still a good start, especially if you’re an absolute beginner with watercolors. So don’t be shy to try out this approach. See if you can add new depths to the existing painting with your own creativity.

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Realistic Seascape with a Pink Sky

Realistic Seascape with a Pink Sky

In this painting, the deep blue meets the open skies, as you get to witness a masterpiece in the making. This realistic painting of a seascape with a pink sky will blow your minds! Everything about this painting is just so perfect. From the colors, to the details, everything is very neatly and accurately placed, and has just the right amount of finesse in them. Creating something like this takes years of practice. How long will it take you to do the same? Let’s see if you’re willing to find out.

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The Pink Sunset

The Pink Sunset

This video tutorial of a sunset with a pink sky shows you how to make the best use of lighting in your artwork. This painting isn’t that rich in terms of details. But it’s visually aesthetic, and looks absolutely stunning, thanks to the amazing work done with the lights, as well as the shades. The color really pops out nicely. You can literally feel the transition in the colors, as the sun continues its descent. Truly a work of wonder this one.

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By Jimena & Iñigo

The Navarro-Rubios

My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!

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Jimena & Iñigo

The Navarro-Rubios

My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!

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