Zeichnung zum Aquarell – Filzstifte VERBLENDEN

Zeichnung zum Aquarell – Filzstifte VERBLENDEN


Hello, my name is Maike, the artist behind the name Fleurdoodles. Today I would like to show you how I drew this dinosaur with felt-tip pens and then blended the color with water. and then blended the color with water. If you are interested in this technique, then stay tuned. I wish you a lot of fun with my video. First, I start with a slight contour of the eye. For this I use the Faber-Castell Pitt artist pen in XS. Now I start with the brightest colors – STABILO Pen 68 in neon yellow and neon green. After the first coat of paint I blend the pigments with water and a brush. wipe off excess water and paint on a paper towel. A good watercolor paper is important for this technique. Here I use 300 g hot pressed watercolor paper from Arches. I listed all materials I used in the info box under this video. For the next application I take a bright olive green. Then I also blend this color with water and a brush. Now the T-Rex gets contour. With a dark indigo blue I emphasize the shadows and some details of the reptile skin. The back leg is almost completely in the shade, so I draw it very dark. Similarly, the belly and tail bottom. With caution I now blend the dark color and make sure that it does not unintentionally run into the light areas. Beautiful and also typical about this technique, to use felt-tip pens for watercolor is that a striking strokes remain visible and thus seem very interesting to the viewer. Here, the technique differs from watercolor pencils, which are usually completely veneered with water. For small details I use a very fine brush. Here it is the brush size 0. Where I still need some color, I pick up the pigments with the wet brush directly from the pen tip and then apply them with the brush on the paper. Now to the teeth. The contour I draw with a light gray fineliener. Then I blend it directly with water and a brush. The dinosaur’s mouth casts a shadow over his teeth.
It is important not to leave it completely white but to represent this shadow. I also use the light gray fineliner for more details of the claws. The STABILO OhPen permanent is waterproof.
Here I reinforce the shadow areas in some places. So that the Dino does not hover freely on the paper, I give him a hatched background with the pencil, which I then blend well with a paper wiper. Finally, the beautiful color sprinkles. In some places, I dissolve the applied pigments with the wet brush and let the paint run on the previously moistened paper. I use the brush to inject more paint onto the paper. And the T-Rex is done! If you liked my video, please give it a thumbs up and for more videos hit the subscribe button. Stay creative and I see you in my next video! Bye.

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