Monday, April 25, 2011

Time Lapse Watercolor Demo - A Girl with a Butterfly


This painting is available for purchase!

To see how I painted this, click here for the time lapse video! I hope you enjoy it!

I would like to thank Andy Fling for the inspiration for this painting. Thank you Andy! I hope you like the direction I took!

Tiffanny

11 comments:

Marsha said...

This is great!

Nori Tominaga said...

Nice!

my line said...

gr888888888888888t simply work

Tampha said...

This is so lovely :) Made me smile form ear to ear! gorgeous!

tiffannysketchbook said...

thank you Marsha! Thanks Nori! Thanks my line and thank you Tampha! :)

Ted Blackman said...

This is so adorable it's making me uncomfortable. Beautifully executed.

Julio Kansas said...

Very good your drawings. : D

Danny said...

The proportions and gesture are perfect. It's wonderful to see all of your skills come together, animation, life drawing, and alla prima watercolor to produce something fresh and stylistically yours.

Queen*B Studio said...

This reminds me of a photo my aunt took of me when I was 3 or 4. I was wearing a bright red rain jacket, blowing dandelion fluff. Sadly I lost that photo, this brought back a happy memory :)

Do you wet your background before painting it? I've tried watercolour but never could get the technique down :-/

Dawn

tiffannysketchbook said...

Hi Queen Bee

No I dont wet the paper when I start. I just get to it. The bleeding you saw in the youtube video results from the face being wet already. :D

I would have to say I have the simpliest technique when it comes to watercolors. I dont use a lot of layers, I don't prepare the paper a certain way, I only use one kind of brush (round). For me, keeping it simple keeps it fun, and not make it a laborious 10-step process. I hope this helps :D

Queen*B Studio said...

Simple is always better!! Thanks for sharing :)