【1人】Paintër (Painter, 페인터)┃Cover by Raon Lee

Paint! As long as your brush still moves. Paint! As long as your colors still last. “You can draw anything you want.” – so I was told and given a pure white canvas, with a great many paints. With a crystal clear heart and a brush gripped tightly in my hand, everything appeared so resplendent to me… and yet. As I grew older, my line drawings came to be forgotten. Everyone has their own opinions, it’s hard to see eye

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This Incredible Painter Is Only 15 | My Shopify Business Story

Your right brain is your creative and artistic side and your left brain is more your analytical and scientific side. My left brain is definitely more focused on the more science aspect of my life and my right brain is more focused on kind of like tying and fusing together in the art and fashion world through, various mediums. I’m Evan. I’m an artist. I’m an entrepreneur and I’m 15 years old. I went to Paris when I was around

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エアブラシレス 超簡単エングレービング塗装 HGUCシナンジュ 制作 #01 Tutorial: Reverse Wash Technique Without using Air brush

Hello everyone, I’m nao. Thanks for watching my channel. This time, I would like to paint SINANJU’s engraving This time use glossy gold. And I’ll paint without using an airbrush. Quite a lot of engraving. Ok let’s get started First of all gate processing. This part comes out in the side part. And a parting line appears here. So shave it. Shield. huge sink came out. Usually erase this by file. But this is curved surface, so using knife then

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Watercolor Painting Basics : Watercolor Paint Brushes

Ok, brushes. I’m going to start with the most-used brushes. The most-used brushes are round brushes that form a good point. That’s very important because, you see, watercolor brushes are shaped different than oil brushes. Because oil is generally thicker medium, you need a lot more different sizes of brushes. Whereas with watercolor, if you have a great, sharp point that’s long, then you can get by with less different brushes. This is a Number 10, and this is a

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Why Kolinsky Sable Brushes Are So Expensive | So Expensive

Making a Series 7 kolinsky sable watercolor brush isn’t easy. The largest-size brush can take almost a week and a half to make. You can pick up a cheap, synthetic brush for under $2, but a Series 7 could cost you over $300. So why would anyone pay for a brush that costs over 100 times the price? Originally created on the request of Queen Victoria, the Series 7 brush was first made in 1866 and was designed to be

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