These may look hard but ohhhhh how easy you’ll find them to be! Just grab some medium and dark blues – including a reinker or some colorless blender, and let’s do it!
Coloring whales can be done simply – or you can get fancy and add water reflections. The backgrounds on these are SUPER easy, so beginners – don’t get intimidated! Colors used for the water: B99, B97, B95, B93, B91; for the whales: C5, C3, C1, 0
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You are so talented Sandy … I am one of those who says they can’t draw or shade … so I think I definitely need Drawing 101 first!!
Wow Sandy you are a busy woman. The class looks great and I will certainly keep it in mind. Thank you and have a great weekend.
I so want to do this class, but I thought I would go back and work on Drawing 101 again. But then I saw it’s discounted. I like discounts! So I’m getting it now! It might sit a while before I get to it, but hey, it’s not going anywhere, right?