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|Posted on March 5, 2012 at 9:44 AM||comments (1)|
Bringing shine and glitter in your drawings
For this christmas card I filled in the top row of little dots of the dresses with a golden pen and I put a dash of golden glitterglue in each little dot of the bottom rows.
I show you here a detail of the girls but in a photo you can not see as well how it shines of course. Anyway, it changed a nice card into a very festive card.
Some drawings and images, like the one shown here, would look really nice too with a dash of glitter and shine.
I think of christmas- and fairy cards and anything else magical. But wherever you think a little extra highlight would look good, you can give it a try.
It is very tempting to go for it once you open the little bottles of glitter glue or start with a golden pen. I still splash with the shine and glitter too much and then, before I know it, my drawing disappears under the shine.
Better print a few copies of your drawing on heavy paper, and then try effects out on them. Remember that glue alone will leave a greasy mark, so make sure there is always glitter on the glue. And make sure you let the glue dry before you handle your drawing.
|Posted on December 29, 2011 at 7:32 AM||comments (0)|
For most hobbies and occupations you need to invest money in a lot of things and often also space.
The end result of a drawing can be just as effective as that of a painting, a sculpture, a dress or anything else.
Drawing is essentially used in designs, (book)illustrations,in fashion designing, in architecture, in film and in projects of all kinds, to name a few.