Tools: purple watercolor paint (mixing with black-tones)
Thoughts: Starting with a dark color and going lighter is a great way to express words like quiet. For excitement reverse the color. I am loving the flat brush.
I worked on these letters too for a class.
I drew the R’s for this practice too. This is a lesson in fauxlligaphy
Tools: I had to mix color and practice. I used a flat brush and once again my finger
I have learned that it takes me about 10 O’s before I write a good one. I love the way less and less paint is shown with each letter….really makes sense with the word quiet.
Tools: same brushes and paint ( I mixed lots of paint and didn’t want to waste it.)
Yes my favorite color is pink. I am so loving the flat brush for. I messed up on the n but oh well it all in fun practice.
I need to practice with this bush more!
Tools: acrylic paint, finger (yes I used to my finger to paint a few of the letters) , and brushes
Thoughts: I love the hue I created. I took a little of red with some white and just mixed away. I have a hard time drawing curves. As I practice they are getting easier. I also love the texture that comes form a large flat brush.
Yoobi tricolored pencil
Thoughts: I love block letters, but I said this already. I love nature and mixing color with watercolor paint to get the same texture.
I like the little bird in the nest….it was just the first thing that popped in my head as I was drawing.
Tool: sketching pencil ( writes very light so I had to go over the letters)
I love playing with the word and creating objects within the letters
I just love block letters.
Tool: Just a regular pencil ( but I drew in a public place)
Thoughts: I love hearts and I love block letters. Of course the letter L inspires me to draw the word love.