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When you got the current paint on the wall of your room, you were super excited! I can totally get it, because I too got a new painting just recently. But today, I was just staring at the walls and wondered what made it so dull? To be frank, ‘time’ is the answer.
Tori Holmes saved to Watercolor artists
Easing myself back to painting after a week's holiday i wanted to return to familiar territory. I love foxes, they have wonderful amber eyes and a rich colour to work with, I can have fun while trying to capture their essence in a painting. I started with a relatively easy sketch , Then I can begin on the eye, these profile poses are great as there is just one eye to concentrate on , I use a small good quality brush, and I treat the eye like a small painting in itself Look very carefully and…
Ани Кичукова saved to Drawings
I had every intention of sharing my other version of the fall mantel today, but it was
Beata Zagórska saved to Autumn
Here is my March 2020 Bullet Journal first weekly spread. Sunflowers is my theme this month! Follow my BUJO instagram @beluga.bujo Follow my Portrait instagram @aprilreidartist I'd love to see re creations.
Hannah Duffany saved to Planner Obsessed
Blank walls suck, so bring some life to your dorm, bedroom, office, studio, wherever Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper Custom cut - refer to size chart for finished measurements Includes a 3/16 inch (5mm) white border to assist in framing
Vicki Ogden saved to Bunnies
Art just feels more arty when it's on canvas Custom hand-stretched for your order Vibrant colors on gallery-grade canvas Printed image wraps approximately 1/4 inch (6mm) over the edges; the sides are white Hanging hardware included for both portrait and landscape orientations
I love to paint along with the seasons , this week I thought I would share a simpler piece , a little penguin in 7 easy steps. This really is something you can try if you are just beginning with watercolours. Let the paint do the work and see what happens...... 1. Draw your penguin 2. Now paint the eye and the colours in the beak, 3. Now the collar, I wet the area with clear water and then drop the colour in, I use bright yellow and cadmium orange and some red. I don't paint it as much as…
Maria Konsta saved to art