Happy Monday y’all! Hope everyone has a great day! I’m heading back up to the elementary class I’ve been doing my observation for about the last week and kinda sad it’s my last day. At least I know I’ll be back soon (fingers crossed!). Anyways, since it’s now Valentines Week I thought I would show off my “Rose Drawing.” So, let’s get started…
- Canson Marker Paper
- 2 X Canson Watercolor Paper Pad, 30-Sheet, 9-Inch by 12-Inch, X-Large
- Pentel Arts Aquash Water Brush Assorted Tips, Pack of 3 (FRHBFMBP3)
- Sketch Pencil
- Cricut BrightPad
- Dr. Ph. Martin’s 400261-XXX Hydrus Fine Art Watercolor Bottles, 0.5 oz, Set of 12 (Set 1)
- Photoshop Elements 13
- Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Hard Tip Pen
The first thing I did was place my pencil drawing on my Cricut BrightPad and used some tape to keep it in place.
Then using my Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Hard Tip Pen, I drew a half moon shape in the middle.
Next, I carefully drew a little bigger/wider half moon using my first one as the base connector.
I continued drawing my half moon/circle shapes until I reached my desire rose size.
Once I was finished with my rose black outline, I removed my pencil drawing from underneath and added a piece of Canson WaterColor paper on top, then secured it down with the tape.
I then retraced my “Rose Drawing,” again, with my Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Hard Tip Pen and was ready to color it in.
Red Rose Watercolor:
Using my Dr. Ph. Martin’s Watercolor ‘Deep Red Rose’ color and waterbrush, I carefully colored each section in on my “Rose Drawing.”
Pink Rose Watercolor:
I then repeated my steps above to create my Pink “Rose Drawing” using Dr. Ph. Martin’s Watercolor ‘Quinacridone Magenta’ color.
Yellow Rose Watercolor:
After creating my Red and Pink “Rose Drawings”, I decided I should make a yellow one since yellow roses symbols friendship. So, I repeated my steps above one last time to create my yellow “Rose Drawing” and used Dr. Ph. Martin’s Watercolor ‘Hansa Yellow Light’ color.
There you go! A cute and easy “Rose Drawing” painted in three different colors. Hope you enjoyed!
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