Samstag, 17. Juli 2010
It's Saturday again *yeah* and we are back with another issue of SEME for you! Today we have a special guest, it's the lovely Sasibella and she is showing you another kind of coloration!
Wassertankpinsel oder normalen Aquarellpinsel + Wasser
Eine kleine Sprayflasche (Mini-mister)
Ein Stück Küchenkrepp zum säubern des Pinsels
Ein Stück Aquarellpapier zum testen
You need: Twinkling's H2O
Waterbrush or a normal brush + water
A small spray bottle (mini-mister)
A kitchen tissue
A piece of watercolor paper to try the colors out
A waterproof ink pad
First stamp your image with a waterproof ink pad onto watercolor paper. I'm using the Versafine onyx black or vintage sepia ink pads. My watercolor paper is from Canson (200g).
The colors are non-liquid in their pots. I spray some water into the little pots to activate them. 1-2 spray-times are enough.
Die Oberfläche wird dann leicht cremig und die Farbe lässt sich prima verarbeiten.
I'm starting with the face. First I use "almond beige" and add the color around her face. Later I will have my shadow there. Make sure that your brush isn't too wet.
I'm doing the same with her neck and legs.
For the hat I take "celestial sun". Add the color around the edge and blend with a clean brush to the middle of the area.
To get a more intensive shadow I afterwards add "mango mamba" around the edge.
*** I used "poppy red" for the jacket. As I don't have another red I also added the shadow with poppy red. Add the color the the edges first and then blend with a clean brush.
Now to the hair. I started with "mocha rose". Add the color to the edges and blend.
Then I added the shadows with "blushing caramel" and blend.