Tag: aquarelle

DRAWING with my kids – CLOUD EEL (No.66)

DRAWING with my kids – CLOUD EEL (No.66)

Hi Everybody, welcome to our Father and Sons’ drawing channel. Today I will talk about the Koomos. The Koomos are fantasy characters created through the design collaboration between my sons and myself You must already know them as they often appear our drawings. I use them to highlight the new creatures. I decided to develop

DRAWING with my kids – GHOST DJINN (No.65)

DRAWING with my kids – GHOST DJINN (No.65)

Hi! Welcome to our Father and Sons Drawing channel! Today I’ll show you the illustration I made from a drawing by Ryunosuke. He drew this kind of huge Genie with impressive shoulders and drills in place of the hands. I like what he did for the body below No legs here but a smoke effect,

Watercolor | Bird on Branch painting tutorial

Watercolor | Bird on Branch painting tutorial

Wet the paper Paint the background wet on wet with sap green, lemon yellow and viridian Use sap green and burnt umber mixture as the under wash of the branch Add in branch details using burnt umber and light cobalt blue sap green and burnt umber mixture for the variation Paint the shadow side of

DRAWING with my kids – WILD LANDS HARPY (No.64)

DRAWING with my kids – WILD LANDS HARPY (No.64)

Hi everyone, welcome to our Father and Sons Design Workshop. Here’s a drawing that my son made recently. A winged creature. I will reinterpret this drawing, redesign it, through a hand drawn watercolor illustration. First thing : I watch carefully what he drew. Every detail. The red hat, the crystal eyes, the hexagonal shapes on

DRAWING a ROBOT with my kids – JUNK BLASTER (No.63)

DRAWING a ROBOT with my kids – JUNK BLASTER (No.63)

Hi! Welcome to our Father and Sons Design Workshop channel. This time, I’ll work from a drawing made by son Ryunosuke about 2 years ago. It was in the notebook for a while. I was waiting for inspiration, and for some time to take care of it. Its head is like a recorder, there is

How To Paint Skin Tones

How To Paint Skin Tones

Hi everyone. Today I’m going to paint four partial faces with different skin tones. First I’m applying masking fluid to a few highlights, including a big earring. Masking fluid is similar to rubber cement, and it will protect the paper from my paint. I’ve also applied it to the borders of each section here so