J fJi nontransparent bowl

We've already practiced how to draw transparent glass objects. Now, let's try to draw some crockery. While it is not transparent, the surface of this sugar bowl is smooth, shiny and porous, and the type of paper you choose can help create this look. For this drawing, I chose a piece of colored paper that was very close to the color of the crockery. Using the layering technique allows the paper color to show through, enhancing the overall colors of the bowl.

Black, White

MATERIALS paper

Moonstone Artagain colors

Putty Beige, Clay Rose, Henna, Black Raspberry, Dark Brown, Indigo Blue, Burnt Ochre,

Reference Photo
Brown White Line Grid
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