This is my next commission drawing which I drew for , and this is her character Viridian. She is a nature (currently focused in swamps) guardian/spirit/goddess. I hope you like it
I totally experimented here... I painted it with oils, but because I didn't have canvas and something like that, I painted it on watercolor paper. And I photographed this drawing with camera...I didn't want to scan it, because then I would have to connect it...I'm lazy to do that
What is really weird, is that I drew sketch totally opposite. At first I drew traditional sketch, but then I drew another sketch digitally, but later, because I thought that I can make this drawing better traditionally, I drew another traditional sketch. Complicated, right?!
And I drew it very long time...I started to draw it at 6 June and finished on 17 June. Well, before I wanted to paint something, I had to wait at least one day, till it was dry. That was with her tattoo...I drew it with black pen. I mixed many techniques together...
Canson watercolor paper (270g/m2)
size of paper is 29,7 x 42 cm
mechanical pencil (0.5 mm-for the sketch)
black pen (0.5 mm)
white marker (0.8 mm)
I drew it 18 hours
Work in progress drawings you can see on my website here
I hope you like it and comments are welcome
Drawing by Valentina Remenar | Character by *Peppermint-Pinwheel | © Copyrighted | 2011 | our official website tincek-marincek.com
I love the rich skin tones and texture.
Wow is a amazing artwork!
This is super gorgeous
I'm in love with this. How can it be purchased?
Thank you... You can purchase it as a print. On the right side, next to the artwork you can choose print which you like
You two rock.
Its so beautiful
WONDERFUL work, talent and gallery!
Huuuh... I could look at her all day...
Stunning. love the details, the style, the colors.
...that moment when you realise this is traditional art...
Wow, this is so pretty! I love the shading, and the way you drew the flowers.
Brown skin is so gorgeous! I wish everyone looked like this. Brown skin, straight, silky black hair... ahhh, *swoon*
the reflections on her face gime me feels!!!!!!!!!
Wow. This is really amazing. Did you wait for the oils to dry first and then paint over?
Wow, beautiful! <3