2 Apples ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ using brush pens and colored pencils๐Ÿ–Œ๐Ÿ–


welcome back to Candy’s Art World I’m
Candy and today I’m going to be doing a couple of apples sitting on a deck and
there’s also a branch and a few leaves I decided to use my art ease of brush pens
and my prismacolor colored pencils I really really enjoyed doing this piece
there was times when I thought this might not turn out so good but I think
the end results came out pretty pretty good so I used multiple shades of browns and
grays and like a greenish Brown as well to create the woodgrain on the deck next
time I do it I might end up leaving more white space because when you go over
with water you can spread out some of that pigments but for a first shot with
these markers tried to make wood I think it came out pretty good a little bit
more intense than I was shooting for at first but I kind of like the saturated
color after all I tried to work from background to
foreground that way I could clean up the lines of the things closer to us or the
subjects of the of the art I mean the focal point of the art anyways at least
that’s that was my thought process behind attacking this piece for the spaces between the board’s
I didn’t just go straight black I used like a purplish blue for the for the
crack to start with just to try to get a little bit more I don’t know it just a
little bit more dimension to the crevice I did end up doing the leaves before the
Apple even though they’re technically closer in the photo then the apples are
but the apples are are really the main focus or was supposed to be the main
focus anyways so now when you go over your paper really
fast with your brush pins you might freak out and think it’s running out of
ink because of how squatchy kind of lays down but that actually can be used to
your benefit when you’re trying to do something like this where the Apple has
multiple different colors the randomness of how it lays down color was kind of
beneficial to me in this application you I added in shadows underneath the branch
and leaves and apples and that helps pop that those subjects out and it also
grounds them at the same time so that way it’s not just floating there it’s
sitting there and now I’m going over with the
prismacolor premier color pencils and look how good that yellow goes over the
red I was shocked and the white color pencil as well it went over the marker
like a dream and I used one solid tone of brown to go
over the wood planks to try to just give it some unity between the boards I
wanted them to be individual boards but I wanted them to look like they belong
together even though I gave them each different patterns on the wood I wanted
them to kind of be married so I used the color pencil to even out the tones
between the boards and the color pencil helped blend out
the strokes any strokes that were left behind from the Artesia brush pens there
wasn’t a whole lot because I used a water brush to blend it out beforehand and here I trim off the edges because I
I didn’t have it taped all the way to the edges so I ended up coloring a
little bit of the edge on some of it I hope you and I hope you enjoyed watching
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