The making process of Bubble and a playing fish.
Today, I drew a bubble and a playing fish as one of my painting projects with one dollar water color paint.
The necessary preparations are very simple. All you need is a $1 water color, a cup for washing water, a brush, two piece of kitchen towels and a cup of tea. (Palette used as a $1 water color lid)
When I finish thinking about the picture, I simply sketch it with the 2H pencil.
Start with the lightest color, then paint in the middle color and then the darkest color.
While painting the middle color, I paint details such as eyes from time to time.
I do not repaint the bubbles often because I need to express them as clear as possible. I finished this part first.
Draw details such as fish fins, gills, and scales.
It is a painting that is about 80 percent finished.
Use the thinnest brush to draw the scale and fine details of the fins. They were drawn one after the other as if the cells were differentiated.
I rearrange the details of the eyes and draw the side lines of the fish.
Myungja Anna Koh