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.
Myungja Anna Koh