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The loose watercolor rose mini tutorial is finally here! I took my time formulating an easy way to learn it: using outlines! 1. So first, print out or sketch out a rough doodle of a rose - from whichever angle you like. Pencil sketches are best so that it is not too visible in the end! :) 2. After that, try to fill in those petals with watercolor with one stroke each petal. You will notice that the outer the petals get, the wider the color surface is. So use more pressure to the brush when…

Contour drawing of Union Square from December 4, 1999. This was found in a journal. I remember that night was drizzly and cold. I wasn't ready to go home - I might have been waiting for someone, or maybe there was a Moldy Dogs rehearsal. From Wikipedia: Contour drawing, is an artistic technique used in the field of art in which the artist sketches the contour of a subject by drawing lines that result in a drawing that is essentially an outline; the French word contour meaning, “outline.” [1]…

Gladys Yuwono en Instagram: “The loose watercolor rose mini tutorial is finally here! I took my time formulating an easy way to learn it: using outlines! 1. So first, print out or sketch out a rough doodle of a rose - from whichever angle you like. Pencil sketches are best so that it is not too visible in the end! :) 2. After that, try to fill in those petals with watercolor with one stroke each petal. You will notice that the outer the petals get, the wider the color surface is. So use more…

Gladys Yuwono on Instagram: “The loose watercolor rose mini tutorial is finally here! I took my time formulating an easy way to learn it: using outlines! 1. So first, print out or sketch out a rough doodle of a rose - from whichever angle you like. Pencil sketches are best so that it is not too visible in the end! :) 2. After that, try to fill in those petals with watercolor with one stroke each petal. You will notice that the outer the petals get, the wider the color surface is. So use…

Teacher: Donlon Grade level: High School Grades 9-12 Subject: Drawing & Painting Unit outline: 1. History of Surrealism 2. Painting techniques and practice. 3. Idea development 4. Art History: Magritte, Miro, Dali 5. Thumbnail Sketches 6. Surrealism Painting I will attach some finished student examples. Enjoy!

Simply Sketched Notecard Set-- Stamps:Simply Sketched(hostess) CS:WW Notecards w Envelopes Ink:Stazon Black,Gumball Green,Raspberry Ripple, Bakes Brown Sugar Other:Blender Pen,2way Glue Pen,Dazzling Daimonds,Scoring Tool, \Scoring Plate,Dimls Used Scoring Tool embossed lines to outer edges of ea focal piece, 1 has single line outline,1 has double line outline and 1 has diagonal lines on2 corners. just a touch of2 Way Glue Pen & Dazzling Diamonds on each stamped image really makes them…