Would just the fur part work ok with watercolor pencils? One of my dads co-workers got some for me since she liked my other traditional work, and I would like to do something similar to this on a thank you card I am making for her.
The main thing with sketching is practice c: When it comes to wildlife, it is good to simply observe plants, and practice drawing what you see. For animals, it always helps to look up their skeletal and muscle structures. You don't have do any kind of in depth research, just observe how the bones and muscles affect the look of the animal itself. Simply observe how something curves or pokes out. If you at least have a basic understanding of how the bones and muscles should look, it will help you in drawing it. Does that help you any? c:
Hey! I am using Dr. PH Martin's concentrated watercolors in this tutorial; however, many brands would work with this! It might be sort of hard to get the same effect with cheaper brands like roseart and crayola, but if you know what you're doing you might even be able to get those to work for you.
Thaks lucky! this tutorial is without borders and people living anywhere in the world can learn from it. like me who live in Brazil and beyond to inspire this tutorial will help me conquer my own experiences.
wow this is great! I could possibly do that, I just don't know where to get all those watercolors! And I cant draw wolves like that XD could u make a guess on where you could get watercolors and how much?
I absolutely love your artwork and would like to know what brand of watercolors do you use? They kinda look like the tops are like a type of droplet tool? If you can get back to me as soon as you can I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
Thank you for this! I love your artwork and use of color and always wondered how you managed so many colors while keeping the painting... together. I got a lot of inspiration from you for my art style this year (working mainly with oil paints) for color, and you do an amazing job using so many colors without them clashing- thank you again for this it's a great insight to your work! <3
WOW! Thanks for giving one of your trade secrets! I just love your rainbow paintings! <3 May I ask though, what kind and brand of water color you use? I use the Prang Oval-kind, and I'm not sure if that would work with the blow effect HAHA! Also, what brush do you use? Thank you! )
These are the watercolors I use: [link] Blick is probably the best place to buy them from. They are pretty pricey. I would recommend starting off with something a little cheaper. You can get similar effects with less expensive watercolors. Once you practice and decide if you like watercolor, then maybe branch into the more expensive stuff I started with student grade van Gogh watercolors