Learn how to start your sketch or watercolor painting. There are a lot of way to do this and we want to show you two ways.
Free hand Sketch
Use the Free Hand Sketch technique to learn the skill of sketching. Place the Studio Image in front of you by hanging it upright on a wall or a board. Your Watercolor Paper or Canvas must be placed in front of you at a slightly slanted angle. Study the drawing to determine the shapes and positions of the image. Pay attention to the outlines and the surrounding shadows. Use one of the pencils and draw what you see. Start with the basic figure of the image, it is important to get the right angles and shapes in place before you go further with details.
Use the printed line drawing and one piece of blank Watercolor Paper or Canvas. Place the Watercolor Paper or Canvas on top of the printed line drawing. To prevent the Studio Image and the blank paper from shifting, apply Double-Sided Tape Runner Repositionable Adhesive Dots to the front side corners of your Studio Image and adhere the Watercolor Paper on top of it. Apply Double-Sided Tape Runner Repositionable Adhesive Dots to the back side of your Studio Image and adhere it to a window. The light from the window will allow you to trace the Studio Image onto the Watercolor Paper or Canvas. When done, remove the adhesive by gently rubbing with your finger.
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