How to Paint Realistic Feather With Watercolors


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Introduction: How to Paint Realistic Feather With Watercolors

I am happy to share some of my secrets of how to paint feathers,birds or some cooking recipes. I am…

I love painting feathers, it`s the symbolism they have that make me paint them over and over again. If you want to learn more about what the feathers are symbols of, read in my blog post: DIY: Feathers.

Step 1: Sketch.

I always have a model of a feather so that the painting looks as real as possible.Start with sketching the feather with a pencil.

Step 2: Follow the Steps in the Video That I Made for You!

Step 3: The Finished Feathers

I hope you find my tutorial useful! If you have any questions, please ask!

For more interesting tutorials, visit my blog: simonaencheva.com

Colorfully yours,

Simone

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    6 Discussions

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    jimwi
    jimwi

    5 years ago

    They are lovely.

    Sorry but I did not like the video as I could not see though your hand to see how

    you put pencil, pen, ink, brash, to paper. The camera on the other side or over head

    mite be better.

    Thank JIM

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    ColorfullyYoursSimone
    ColorfullyYoursSimone

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you for your comment,Jim!Yes, I am working on a new better video.Once it's ready I will replace it with the old one.
    Simone

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    jimwi
    jimwi

    5 years ago

    They are lovely.

    Sorry but I did not like the video as I could not see though your hand to see how

    you put pencil, pen, ink, brash, to paper. The camera on the other side or over head

    mite be better.

    Thank JIM

    That looks really good! What did you use besides the watercolors to make the feather?

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    ColorfullyYoursSimone
    ColorfullyYoursSimone

    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you! I am glad you like my tutorial! I used some inc as well :)