I chose to sketch a face, and used a blue ballpoint pen and different shade of purple and blue watercolor to add some loose shadows. What I tried out this time for this sketch was to not worry about how accurate my drawn features were to the actual reference, making the process less frustrating and low pressure. I think it in turn allowed for a more relaxed final product. Im trying to work on realistic technique and facial features, and I feel that I ended up being pretty successful! I still think I need to work on the concept of “less is more” when it comes to water color though, some area ended up being soaked or too washed out.

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  1. My original project idea was to do lighter color oil crayons and use a screwdriver to carve lines over the final product.
  2. The only difference in my final product was I decided to make the wings bright orange.
  3. I honestly wasn’t stoked on the final, and i think i actually…

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  1. I want to do an oil crayon piece of an angel, using dull dark colors in the background and lighter faded colors on the actual angel, as if a brighter light is shining on it. I want to use a sharp needle to scrape away the thick pastel to reveal…

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