Speed Art: youtu.be/iw49T6yhjFM
What do you mean it's New Years Eve? *shot*
Late as usual~ But I got it up before 2015!
I had a lot of problems with the video file, but didn't want to post this until that was done. OTL
Well, here is "Baby" in her Christmas Dress (featured here: fav.me/d878u5b ) for her first Christmas since creation. *is a proud mommy artist*
She has 2 presents- which do you pick?
I wanted to make a mini-series of pictures, one for each winter holiday (ie. Hanukkah, New Years), but just didn't have the time... I BARELY HAD TIME TO GET THIS ONE UP BEFORE 2015!
I hope you guys had some merry holidays, and a very happy year to come~!
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I could not record painting a whole picture.
It's too tired, also would be hours recording.
Also add that it is really beautiful, drawings excess pink are my favorites.
Yes, it is a TON of work to record it all. This one took me 6 days to work on, but only the recording... The picture was done in 2 days.
I make a thumbnail image (which is only about 2 inches tall and 1 inch wide) to plan where I want what in the picture. Then I make a sketch on a large piece of paper with all the details, and then work from there.
This one though, I actually ended up making and scrapping 5 sketches because i didn't like them. XP I chose in the end to scan my thumbnail image, enlarge it to 8.5x11 inches, print it, then trace over it with a new piece of paper, and continue from that. LOTS of work on this one.
I do record myself drawing some of my artwork, which you can watch on my youtube channel if you are interested in that.
Really, it just takes patience, practice, and developing your observational skills.