this is watercolor and colored pencil

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A little park-scene i created. I tried out to add some diffrent textures with colored pencils. I am happy with the result :)

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Watercolor Tutorial
EYES, NOSE, LIPS: You have to make a sketch of it first, then use pen for outlines and make sure that it is waterproof to avoid unexpected errors. Mix colors of your choice. Wet on wet technique is the key to mix it properly. Use white Signo Pen for highlights.

SKIN TONE COLORS
Burnt, brown, red, yellow and orange.
You can use both wet on wet and wet on dry technique. It is depends on your art style.

WET ON WET: Laying one color over another before it gets dry. This technique usually used for galaxy painting.

WET ON DRY: Waiting for the first color to dry completely before laying another color.

GRADIENT: Start off with dark tone and continue on laying your brush until you achieve a fading effects.

DRY BRUSH: Your brush should be slightly wet.

HOW TO WATERDROPS:
First layer for petal, shape the drops, put shadows and highlights. Use white signo pen for reflection.

More water to the color the lighter it gets

Thank you! I hope this will help you 😍

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I can’t stop thinking about Underfell Sans with a baseball bat after hearing that amazing voice clip from @underfellfangame. I can’t wait for the game to come out, keep up the good work folks. 

I’ve included some detail shots for those of you who like details. 

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Shoko Ishida aka Yodaka (based Detroit, MI, USA) - 1: Poster Illustration of the story The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen  Watercolors, Colored Pencils, +Digital  2: Illustration for Sleeping Beauty (Little Brier-Rose) by The Brothers Grimm Drawings: Colored Pencils, +Digital  3: Illustration of the story Beauty And The Beast by The Brothers Grimm, inspired by the Japanese Kabuki act 鏡獅子-Kagami Jishi, which the girl turns into the beast herself. Digital

Protector Dragon

May this fierce dragon friend protect you from bad news and the general struggles of life. A ferocious friend, ready to fight for you! This started as a sketchbook drawing, which I then scanned, printed onto watercolor paper, painted with watercolors, and then drew the scales with colored pencil.

Click here for the original sketch