But, I noticed the fruit flies in my kitchen around the compost container. That’s not too uncommon for this time of year. But, I still don’t like them! So, I found an old ball-type jar and got some saran warp and gum band and a toothpick.
Elements, Principles & Draw Rules.
..I remember doing this after lunch, so they were already cleaned-up and had nutritious food in their bellies. It was more of a treat….a creative treat!
A cone is basically a 3-dimensional triangle with a curved bottom.
With a cone you can make a handful of fun things like:
When you draw a sphere or a ball-shape…one simple way is to start with a circle.
Then add the shading and shadows like you see in the illustrations below.
Although we are drawing a cube, some of our box-shapes are actually cuboids or rectangular prisms, but that really doesn’t matter here so much. We’re going to make the shapes and then have fun adding our own twists!
We’re going to start with some simple shapes…
how to draw them and how to use them to make fun drawings.
Here is my MINI SKETCH KIT contents. If you want to read rather than watch this video read here. Here is a short video to show you how I use the watercolor pencils: And blending color to make a color wheel: have fun and here’s some more to read about:
HUE is any color on the color wheel.
COOL colors have a calming effect, Things seem to move into the background with cooler colors, like a blue sky.
WARM colors are more
Mixing a color with its complement will usually give you a muddy brownish color. but placing them next to each other can make the colors POP!