Mymodernmet.com - StumbleUpon. Painting-hydrangea-flowers-step-by-step-tutorial. Hydrangea flowers have long been a favorite of mine.
It looks like a very complicated flower to draw or paint so I was delighted to find this tutorial which shows you very clearly and simply how to paint them. The first step is to have a glance to real flowers. As you have a feeling about it it will be the best base to feel the same during drawing. This is the hydrangea I drew, and you can use any another pictures or from your own memory. Draw by pencil or brush a group of hydrangea flowers you choose with several leaves near it. Paint out with white pencil (or watercolor) the ends of the petals as shown. On that picture you can use all colors you like.
Drawn_with_pencil_and_pen_by_rafael_araujo. Tutorial-how-to-draw-a-wave. This art tutorial, kindly donated by surfing comic strip illustrator and surf artist Bob Penuelas covers how to draw a wave the Wilbur Kookmeyer way!
If you're like me, then you've probably spent a lot of time in high school class daydreaming and doodling a thousand perfect cartoon waves in your notebook. It's safe to say that ninety percent of us surfers have a habit of scribbling perfect waves whenever a pencil is in our hands. Hopefully the following pointers will help you change your throw-away wave doodles into actual compelling artwork that you want to keep forever. Remember, there are millions of ways to draw a wave and hopefully with these simple pointers you'll find a million more. So, have fun. Drawing a basic wave The following illustrations and captions by Bob Penuelas take you through the basic steps of drawing a wave… Step 1 Sketch in the basic shape of the curl, spray, foam and base of the wave.
Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Add the rest of the flow lines. Step 5 Step 6 Tips… Paddler's view. Index. Brooding Seascapes and Marine Vessels Painted by Justyna Kopania - StumbleUpon. Polish painter Justyna Kopania depicts melancholy seascapes and towering ships obscured by mist with liberal applications of oil paint.
Crashing waves are depicted with splashes of paint, and sails are formed with the stroke of a palette knife. You can see more over on Saatchi Art and Facebook. (via MEERESSTILLE) Marbles-07. Abigailmccallum. Lust for Life 60 x 44 inch.
Www.mymodernmet. Painter Niharika Hukku's captivating work will make you realize that ordinary fish possess an innate beauty.
More often than not, the artist uses simple, white pottery (which she constructs herself) as a functional canvas for her aquatic designs. "Starting with an idea, my work is an expression of what I find elegant and beautiful in my world," the ceramic-loving creator explains on her website. "Inspiration is seeded in my observations in nature; in capturing colour and narrative with purpose onto clay. " While Hukku's love of nature is apparent in her dazzling work, it's her past experiences that truly inspire her to continue as an artist. "Ceramics has an ancient history in India where I was born and brought up and is used commonly in function and as art," she says. With this impressive history under her belt, Hukku uses her extraordinary talents to create ceramics that reflect her sophisticated vision.
Bumbumbum. Pedro Campos‘ photorealistic paintings seriously had me look twice!
I’m utterly amazed that this is NOT real photos. All the shown paintings are oil on canvas. Via Recave. Www.booooooom. “The Encyclopedia of Impossible Animals”, fantastic coloured pencil and ink drawings from Marco Mazzoni’s sketchbook.
How-to-sew-sock-dragon. Sock DragonDifficulty: Advance / Avid Intermediate Finished size: approximately 8″ (W) x 8 1/2″ (H) x 11″ (L)Materials: Make: 1 1.
Sock (crew length), adult size, solid color, 1 pair 2. Sock (crew length), toddler size, stripes in contrasting color, 1 pair 3. Safety eye 5/8″ [15mm], black, 2; or button; or felt 4. Bead, 3/16″ [5mm], black 5. Felt, red, 1″ x 1 1/2″ 6. Gather all the tools and materials needed for sewing sock dragon. Place the solid color adult sock on a toddler stripe sock as shown in the picture.
Mark the seam line on the toddler sock as shown in white dash line in the picture. Trace arm and foot template on the sock. Trace the spikes (5 big, 2 medium and 2 small) and wings on the toddler socks.