Hello everyone! I have been slacking so bad on my blog! I feel horrible! I have all these drafts that need to be finished, but I’d rather write new ones! So, so, so much has changed in just the past month. I’ll write a different post on that, some day.
This post is going to take you from start to finish on how I drew this:
It doesn’t look exactly the same, but that’s a good thing 😉 I just love the colors in this picture and the doodle style.
So, here is my first “learning” one, that I absolutely do not like! But this is how you learn!
I didn’t finish it because I thought I figured it out. Time will tell…. it’s harder than it looks, but I think I have figured it out.
The first thing is to make it on BIGGER paper! The first draft was done on a 5.5in X 8.5in mixed media sketchbook. The new one will be done on an 11 in x 14 in mixed media paper.
It’s kind of hard to see, but here’s some of what I did before getting the pens and paints out. This was done with an HB Derwent pencil.
Here’s one of the circles. I put a Henna type flower in it and the official tangle, Printempts around the flower. I just love this so much!
I decided to use a very dark blue instead of black for the background, because it looked good with the yellow 🙂
And here it is my drawing with the right side background completed. I used Derwent watercolor pencils to color in the background this bluish color.
And here is the finished piece of work! It doesn’t look exactly like the reference photo, but that’s ok! It has my touch to it 😆
I really enjoyed this project. I didn’t use the reference photo as much as I usually do, which is a plus! That means I’m venturing out of my little shell here and will be producing bigger and better projects.
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