28-09-2016 07:33 PM
Another this is that you use the colour and then you clean the brush and stroke down from the colour with just water so the colour goes down the water but fades. It's like the first except the colour goes first so you have more control over the way the colour goes.
I hope that made some sense. I learned a bit about watercolours last year
30-09-2016 12:02 PM
01-10-2016 09:27 PM - edited 01-10-2016 09:28 PM
So I finally got around to making thissss, which is my version of a self care plan thingy. I decided to make it a while ago because lists stress me out when I'm feeling bad, so the last thing I'd want to do is look at a safety plan list!
Drop a marble at the top, let it roll down, and whichever box it falls in is the activity to do. I can swap out the activities if I think of new ones cause they're just on little slips of paper.
I can't take a good photo so you'll have to deal with the partial blurriness.
02-10-2016 11:20 AM
@Bay52VU That is so cool and such a creative idea! You should share a tutorial on it or something so that we can all make our own versions, because I know that'd be something really helpful for me! ^^
03-10-2016 10:40 AM
Thanks @N1ghtW1ng yep I drew the background, although I just copied the shuttle picture off a drawing I found online If I'd had a printer I probably would've designed the background on my computer and printed it out, but no such luck haha
11-10-2016 04:27 PM - edited 11-10-2016 04:28 PM
I don't "art" as much I used to, but I try to dabble in a bit of photography when I can find the time. No more sketches, though: Those took waaaayy too long to pull off, and as a perfectionist, I'd never be satisfied with the end result anyway. (Seriously, I once spent 30 hours on a single drawing to try and make it perfect before I got fed up. Drove me up the wall. Photography's much less frustrating.)
Anyway, here's some examples: