I have always been inspired by Agnes Cecile (Link: Agnes Cecile’s Youtube) and I wanted to try and do watercolors as well. I used to do watercolors in 8th grade a lot but I quit on them because they were so difficult to work with. I used to use acrylic but I got tired of the thick texture. Now I really love watercolor painting.
This is a painting I’ve been working on and it’s on A3 paper
Here are some videos of Agnes Cecile that inspired me to start watercolors again:
Materials: black pencil + sketch paper
Eye drawing Materials: coloring pencils and special drawing paper.
Airport painting materials: watercolor paint, black pens, and drawing paper
Mountain painting materials: acrylic paint, black pens, and drawing paper
Iceberg with polar bear painting materials: watercolor paint, black pen, and drawing paper
Whale painting materials: watercolor paint, black pen, and drawing paper.
^proof of how much I paint haha. My cardboard piece where I put all my paint on to blend is starting to look like an artpiece itself…😅
These pictures show the Humbolth University and the berlin wall
I like Berlin because the city has also some bunch of street art, especially on the Berlin Wall. Sadly, I didn’t take more pictures of the Berlin Wall because I was wandering around the city with my family around midnight. The next day we went to a part of Humbolth University. It almost looks like a palace with its beautiful architecture.
I finally finished this drawing and i’m glad because it took me so long. It had so much detail but once I finished this, I realized that I have improved my skills in drawing. So it was very much worth it. I will try more drawings like these sometime.
Materials: oil pastels, black color-pencil, and charcoal.
Materials: Special painting paper and acrylic paint.
This painting didn’t take me too long because I even used my fingers to paint this picture, so it’s kinda rough. And the stars were also not difficult because i just splattered white paint on the paper 😉
Just finished this yesterday 😉
Materials: Watercolor paint and black pens/markers