Lastly, try watercolour. Draw the outline in a light brown tone using a thin brush with a good point. Leave a tiny edge of white paper between each colour wash, to ensure that two wet colours don't flood into each other. Block in the basket, bottle and cloth with the palest version of your chosen colour; don't forget to leave unpainted highlights on the bottle. As before, use your most powerful red for the tomato, except for the highlights. When the washes are dry, put in all the dark tones on the basket and bottle and the shadows on the cloth. While the tomato is still wet, just drop a touch of purple (not too much or it will

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Freehand Sketching An Introduction

Freehand Sketching An Introduction

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