May 14, 2013

Horse Race….Show2



It’s always best for me to draw whatever is in the same color family together.  After I finished the green Horse Saddle liner, I moved up to the green arm band.  All in colored pencil.



Not quite done with the arm band…but was ready to tackle that top.  I just wasn’t feelin’ it for colored pencils for the top….but what I was feelin’ was watercolor pencils.  I love the vibrancy of my pink watercolor out of the tube.  Got a little carried away with applying it to the arm folds. Then backed off for the shoulder and back sketching.



I’m going to have to go in and extract a lot of that color on the right side of the goggle straps because I’ve made it appear that the helmet is soft, which it isn’t.

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I picked up a new trick in class…..it’s to apply that watercolor vibrant pink in little dabs.  I like it that way.  Next I’ll be dabbing in vibrant blue.



I cannot wait to get started on the jockey’s white pants…..For some reason, drawing white clothes is fun….who knew? 

2 comments:

Robin said...

I just found your blog via Daisy Yellow's ICAD 2012. You are very talented!!! I've enjoyed looking at all of your artwork.
:-)

Eden said...

Hi Robin!! Thanks for your nice comments :D

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