By Mari Bolte
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5 Using a flat brush, add rectangles of colour. These will represent the buildings. Focus on the shapes of the buildings, not 7 Use a liner brush to add shape the buildings themselves. to the background trees. 6 Continue adding layers of colour. Focus on the shadowed sides of the buildings. 8 Add leaves and branches to the trees in the foreground. 5 6 31 Read more Landscapes (Brushes with Greatness), Valerie Bodden (Creative Paperbacks, 2013) Paint It! (Art Smart), Kath Durkin (QED Publishing, 2013) The Bird King: An Artist’s Notebook, Shaun Tan (Arthur A.
C. Ice has more than a decade of experience as an illustrator of children’s books and an artist, with an emphasis on painting. Animals with human attributes are the stars of her illustrations and paintings. As a member of a gallery in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, and a frequent exhibitor in multiple galleries throughout the country, her love of all things art continues to grow. C. received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul. 32 PAINT IT watercolours Bring out your inner artist by picking up a paintbrush!
This can make your watercolours appear muddy. 8 Use a round-tip brush to paint the fish. Test out contrasting colours and multiple washes. This will help bring your fish to life. 9 Add details, such as scales and gills, to the fish with a liner brush. 10 Add waves and bubbles to the water. 9 29 Cityscape It’s easy to paint your favourite photo with watercolours. But why make an exact copy? Instead, focus on the space’s lights and darks (values), shades (tones) and basic shapes. 30 1 2 3 Show-off 1 Create the background wash.
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