Fevicryl Creative Challenge

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Lily leaves

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The cloth used is a cotton light blue colour cloth. The colours used to paint it were fevicryl soft acrylic colours. The drawing is of lily leaves.

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How To Do it YourselfHow To Do it Yourself

step 1

Lily leaves

First I have used a pencil to draw the desired drawing i.e the lily leaves and for doing so I have used a plate and pencil to draw the circles for the lily leaves.

step 2

Lily leaves

After drawing, I first used red acrylic colour to do the base. Abd then I have used yellow and red colour to do the backgtound as seen in the picture.

step 3

Lily leaves

For the lily leaves I have first used the yellow colour for the base and then I have used green colour for filling the leaves.

step 4

Lily leaves

After colouring the leaves I have used black colour to do the outlining as shown in the picture.

step 5

Lily leaves

After doing the base and the outline I have used dark blue colour to fill the lily.

step 6

Lily leaves

After completing the above said steps. I used red and green and yellow colour to fill in the strips below the drawing.

step 7

Lily leaves

This is how the final product look's like. Now you can use the painted cotton cloth to make it into a beutiful kurti, which will be soothing in this very hot summer.

You Will NeedYou Will Need

Fevicryl soft acrylic colour andcotton light blue cloth.


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Posted 2 years ago

superb superb

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