It’s “Make It Monday!”
Hope everyone had a great weekend! Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday which means only a couple weeks till Saint Patricks Day. Did you know New Orleans has a parade for everything? I remember in High School I went on a school trip and since we were a small group we went to the St. Patty’s Day parade there in NOLA. Anyways, today I want to show you how easy it is to draw a 4-Leaf Clover. Let’s get started with “St. Patty’s 4-Leaf Clover…”
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen
- Fine Tip Sharpie Pen
- Canson Marker Paper
- Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Tip Pen
To start my drawing of my St. Patty’s 4-Leaf Clover, I drew me a simple heart with my pencil.
After drawing my heart, I used my Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Tip pen to trace over my heart.
After my heart was traced, I used it under the next piece of Canson Marker Paper to trace over it with my pencil four times. Then I added the clover steam at the end. Once finished, I used my Fine Tip Sharpie Pen to outline my drawing. Then I used my Tombow Dual Brush Pen number 245 to ‘color’ in my “St. Patty’s 4-Leaf Clover.”
There you go, an easy way to draw “St. Patty’s 4-Leaf Clover.” Hope you enjoyed and learned something new. Be sure to check back for “Write It Wednesday” so you don’t miss out on what I do with my “St. Patty’s 4-Leaf Clover” next! You’re gonna LOVE it!
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