Blue Sun Video Lesson
I'm sure you're ready for some fun, coloring this super stylized sun, inspired by Egyptian Motifs! Learn a BEAUTIFUL method of coloring using yellow pen and colored pencils over white paper, leveraging the power of modular libraries to create a secret coded message in your drawing.
Learn exactly how to create a gorgeous design using yellow and blue over white paper,
to create this ULTRA LAYERED design.
EU, UK or Russian Federation please visit my gumroad shop.
This lesson contains optional Closed Captions for the hearing-impaired
In this lesson you will:
Understand how to create a library of basic elements to form complex, layered pictures
Learn TWO different layouts to create a GORGEOUS stylized sun motif
Understand how to explore your own media to choose the right pencils and pens
Create a library and a secret alphabet to create picture-coded messages
Learn an amazing coloring technique with yellow pen and colored pencils over white paper
Create and color a project from beginning to end
And so many tips and tricks!
UNDERSTAND EXACTLY HOW TO CREATE COMPLEX AND layered IMAGERY
A solid technique showing how to color with yellow pen and colored pencils over white paper
Two different motifs using a beautiful and fun coloring technique
Believe it or not, these two tiles were created using exactly the same coloring technique:
Materials and Supplies:
- Sakura Pigma Micron 01 (0.25mm) in Black
- Thick black Sharpie pen
- Regular pencil (my favorites for this project are F and 2B)
- Thick yellow marker (any brand)
- Colored pencils: medium yellow (light chrome yellow), light orange (cadmium orange), light brown (green gold), brown (burnt umber), white. I use polychromos and prismacolor pencils.
- Watercolor pencils (or traditional watercolors): dark blue (indanthrene blue) and teal blue (cobalt turquoise). My favorite brand is Faber Castell's Albrecht Durer.
- White gel pen. I use Sakura Gelly Roll.
- Yellow, blue and gold gel pens
- Hot pressed Watercolor paper
- Practice paper (journal or cardstock).