HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit
watch The Giraffe is included in the HomeHobby by 3L https://www.bleuepil.com/alternatives-au-viagra.html https://www.bleuepil.com/alternatives-au-viagra.html Watercolor Studio Kit by Robin Berry and is an all-inclusive studio kit containing everything you need to learn how to watercolor paint in your own studio. Inside this kit you’ll find 53 pieces of artist quality fine art supplies that have been specially selected by award winning artists.
https://www.bleuepil.com/generique-ou-original.html This kit include Step-by-Step Instructions, a Color Wheel and a Studio Image to complete the exclusive The Giraffe Watercolor Painting by artist Helle Koed.
HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit contains all you need to make your own Giraffe.
• Sketch the Giraffe, I recommend using yellow or brown Watercolor Pencils. By using these colors your will avoid pencil strokes in your watercolor painting. For sketching techniques refer to the https://www.bleuepil.com/utilisation-du-viagra.html https://www.bleuepil.com/utilisation-du-viagra.html Color Wheel & Sketch Techniques included in the kit.
• Now it is time for coloring the Giraffe. Use the Watercolor Pencils to create a natural look and texture to the fur.
• Refer to the Studio Image of the Giraffe; for reference keep it close when painting.
• Make a light yellow area by hatching the forehead and the horns with the yellow Watercolor Pencil. See hatching details below.
• Now use the orange Watercolor Pencil to color the darker areas below the head and behind the ears. Use black inside the ears, nose holes and for the eyes.
• Now use the Art Brush Round 10 with clean water. Wet your brush and brush over some of the hatched areas to blend the strokes and the colors. Leave some pencil strokes unbrushed as this gives structure to the Giraffe fur.
• Add Watercolor Paint from tubes to your Paint Tray. Pick up a little Ochre Yellow paint. Move the brush around in the Paint Tray to get a feeling for and to even the paint. If you feel the paint is too thick, add more water. Start coloring the head and the dots on the neck with Yellow Ochre.
Note: Always start with the light colors and work up the painting with the darker colors.
• Continue painting with Yellow, Vermilion, Burnt Umbre and Black.
• Use Vermilion to get the warm coloring of the Giraffe. Choose areas to use the Vermilion, not all over. This way you will get a variety of tones in your painting.
• To give your painting depth use the Burnt Umbre. Use it for dark areas, such as the dots on the neck, the inside of the ears and the rear-most horn. It is important to make the areas inside the ears very dark.
• Use Watercolor Pencils brown and black to add more detalis to the ears, nose, mouth and dots on the neck. Make sure you have made enough contrast in your painting.
It is important to make the areas indside the ears very dark.
If you need to enhance the shapes, draw black strokes with Watercolor Pencils along the edges, for example, around the head.
This is it – you have made a beautiful painting!
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE PAINTED THE GIRAFFE!!!
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