Inktober 2016 Week Two

Hey guys,

The second Inktober week passed quickly. I haven’t done a drawing every day because I wasn’t really motivated. I was kinda feeling ill and I didn’t know what to draw…  I messed up nearly every drawing in my opinion.

But now I have started again and made an Inktober drawing with my new Pental Brush Pen. I hope I’ll stay motivated this time. The following drawings are from the second Intkober week.

 

Day 8

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Day 9

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Day 10

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Day 11

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Day 12

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Day 13

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Inktober 2016 Week One

Heys guys,

Some of you, who follow me on Instagram, already know this, but I wanted to blog about it too. I  participated in Inktober this year. The first week has already passed by and I wanted to show you all of the drawings I have made. I hope I’ll stay tuned and keep drawing an ink drawing for Inktober every day.

Day 1

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Day 2

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Day 3

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Day 4

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Day 5

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Day 6

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Day 7

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Demonic Woman Watercolour Painting

Hey guys,

I bought new, larger watercolor paper lately and decided to do something new. I wanted to paint a person, wich I haven’t done for a long time. I like how it turned out and want to improve my skills on painting people. I am going to paint more of these eccentric (I don’t know the right word 😀 ) women on the next 11 papers, therefore. So stay tuned. 🙂

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12 Landscape Watercolour Paintings

Hey guys,
I painted another eleven watercolour paintings since my last blog entry. All of them on the small watercolour papers I bought recently. I had a lot of fun with it and really came out of my comfort zone. I think I improved a lot.
I watched and followed YouTube tutorials for some of the painting. I used photos as references for the other ones. Unfortunately, I can not show you all of my paintings because I used photos that I found on Pinterest as references for three of my paintings without knowing the photographer. I found one photographer afterwards and he didn’t give me the permission to upload my painting on my blog. I couldn’t find the other two but if you are one of them and you don’t want my painting to be published, please contact me.
I got the other reference photos luckily from a website where it is allowed to use the photos.

One

Two

 

Three

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Couldn’t find the photographer. Photo

 

Four

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Couldn’t find the photographer. Photo

 

Five

Not allowed to upload the painting. Photo

Six

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Photo by Valentin Sabau. Photo

Seven

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From YouTube Tutorial: Beginners Watercolor : How to Draw A House Landscape | Episode-3

 

Eight

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From YouTube Tutorial: Step by step watercolor tutorial: Cherry Blossom and Mount Fuji

 

Nine

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Photo by Clas-Heinrich Carstens. Photo

 

Ten

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Photo by me.

 

Eleven

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Photo by “27707”. Photo

 

Twelve

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Photo by “Unsplash”. Photo

 

Simple Monochromatic Watercolour Landscape

Hey guys,

I promised that I’ll inform you about my watercolour progress in my last article. I painted an easy watercolour landscape with this awesome YouTube tutorial: How to paint a simple landscape in watercolor

I think it came out pretty well and I’m motivated to paint more of them. I photographed every step from the beginning to the finished painting for you. I hope you like it. 🙂 The GIF was created with this website: http://gifcreator.me/

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Finished painting

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(Sorry for bad photo quality…)

Small Watercolour Art Supply HAUL

Hey guys,

I went shopping to “idee. der creativmarkt” today again. I bought a few things to improve my watercolour painting skills. I bought a watercolour beginner book called: “Basiswissen Aquarellmaleri” (Watercolour painting basics) by Brigitte Pohle, Monika Reiter and Irmgard Schmedding. I also bought a small block with watercolour paper from Canson (my first real watercolour paper), three flat brushes by Rico Design GmbH and masking tape.

I want to learn to paint watercolour landscapes and still lifes and I’m ready to start right now. I’ll tell you later how it went. 😀

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