The process of Playing fish with red flowers.
I recently completed a picture of a red flower and two playing fish.
First, I drew the flowers in the order that came to mind.
And under the flower, I gently drew two fish playing with the flower. I drew it without a sketch because I drew what came to my mind.
Then I drew a medium contrast.
And I finish the detail by drawing the darkest part.
Finish by redrawing the details as shown below.
The making Process of another view from Sand Street beach.
Sandstreet Beach used to be a cottage for duck hunters long ago. A small hut on a beautiful beach doesn't seem like it at all, but it conveys a quiet and lonely mood. It's not good to have only one thing in the center of the composition, but I think we should make an exception this time.
Since watercolor paints become messy and not easy to correct if you continue to paint over them repeatedly, you should first paint them with a bright color and refrain from painting multiple times if possible.
Once I've finished the most blurry parts, I'll do the mid-tones and, occasionally, detail.
I wanted to paint Sandstreet Beach on a windy and rainy day.
It's not a good example compositionally, and the view looks awkward because it was drawn with a drone view, but I'm very satisfied with it because I personally wanted to draw it like this once.
Today, I want to share how to draw cherry blossom trees quickly and effortlessly.
The making process of A cherry blossom trees.
First, prepare the paper on which to draw the cherry blossoms trees. Because I need to paint quickly on the background, I picked the largest size of the watercolor brush, 20. Paint the background with this brush.
Draw the background color at once with the wet on wet technique, and then draw the branches before the paint dries.
Fill in the highlights, the middle, and the dark areas.
And I express each leaf one by one. Just take a picture using the white marker pen below.
Below is the finished part.
The making process of A cherry blossom.
Today, I drew a close-up of the cherry blossoms using watercolor paints.
First, without sketching, draw a tree branch at once using a size 12 watercolor paint brush and a medium size brush.
Again, create a contrast of medium, dark tones.
In this way, I also draw other branches and flowers. I also put bubbles between the branches.
Then, in my case, I used white acrylic paint to process the highlights.
Finally, complete the details.
The finished look. In this way, I use $1 watercolor paints to paint every day if possible, and record my daily life as a picture in this year.
Below is a picture my daughter drew while looking over my shoulder at the picture I drew. My daughter drew it so quickly and easily. While I'm holding on to this little piece of paper and drawing, she draws at a speed of about five minutes and gets up and plays. It's a really enviable ability.
The making process of Bubble and Children.
It is a sunny day. I have a sign of experiencing firsthand that spring has finally arrived after a long and cold winter that makes me cringe. That's the little plum tree in the backyard. There are times when this plum tree bursts its flowers like popcorn. That's when spring begins. So I always look forward to the white popcorn-like flowers of the plum tree.
But today, the plum tree in the yard has finally turned into popcorn. The beautiful scenery was captured in photos and also in the eyes. I started painting with joy. Today's drawing is Bubbles and Children.
First, make a slightly darker sketch with HB Graphite Pencil. I made the outline a little stronger because I wanted to give the impression of a children's storybook.
The space above is left blank for bubbles. I'll start without a sketch as the bubble should give it a clear feel.
Mix a lot of water and paint in a light and bright tone.
And it makes bubbles. Wet as much water as possible to create a transparent feel. But you should not let the brush go through several times. Draw it as if you only took it once at a time.
With a thin brush, draw the mid-tone areas while thinking about the details.
It handles the darkest accents and highlights.
This is the finished picture.
Myungja Anna Koh