AS Gile gasped for breath, he looked warily behind himself. He saw nothing but a few overgrown trees and a sparkling blue lake.
Suddenly something whizzed past him as fast as a bullet. It felt rubbery and was coloured red, but he managed to snatch it out of the air as it flew past. Gile lifted it up into the sunlight.
“A water-filled balloon…” He mused. CRUNCH, CRUNCH. Gile heard someone’s footsteps approaching him from his left.
“Well, well. Look who I found.” Gile made out a familiar voice, deep and stern. He stared sideways. What he saw made him gasp once more with shock. Continue reading “Caution: Water”
Here is a another watercolour painting drawn by me, and it shows a beautiful outside Italian veranda. as usual, I used a fine-liner for the balcony bars, a 2B pencil for sketching, a quality eraser and also some quality watercolour paints.
(pssst. The reason why I only go for expensive but quality watercolour stuff is because……cheap ones are usually super bad, or dry, and need a lot of water sprayed on before using, and even after they are still bad, bad, bad. Same with the cheap brushes, they don’t suck up a lot of water, are naturally dry and are gelled to look top-quality. 🙁 So listen up folks, if you want to paint watercolour like my paintings, when you prepare only use or buy top-quality watercolour things.)
Hello! This is just another one of my regularly hand-drawn paintings! I used a fine water-proof fine-liner, watercolour paints and using a HB pencil to sketch the structure, then using a well-qualitied eraser.
I hope it brings joy and likely-ness! ^-^
So this is the Whale painting I drew On March the 3rd 2018. I’m actually really happy with the way it turned out. (hehe) Before my little sister accidentally spilled some water on my painting, but I’m like (hehe) it’s a watercolour painting :3. But I still had to wipe the paper dry, and while I did it sort of got the tissue on the paper………