- - drawing paper;
- - brushes of different widths;
- - sharp pencil;
- - set of gouache.
Start with pencil sketch.In the center of the sheet as revealed picture a rose flower.Start with the central lobe, impacted in the bud.Gradually drawn wide side lobes, placing them in a circle.The outer petals are to be wide open, their edges slightly turn away outside.Do not carry heavy lines - the pencil is only namitka for the future drawing.
Dial on a flat brush made of natural cloth zinc white and cover the surface of the sheet.White will serve as a primer, and will form a thin translucent layer through which should be visible outline of the picture.
Take portrayal background.In broad brush type in blue or red gouache and arbitr
ary free strokes, apply it to the contours of the paper flower.Along the edges of leaf color should be lighter, closer to drawing its intensity increases.If the tone seems too dark, add a whitewash.
In the bottom of the cover sheet background strokes of dark green paint - a hint of rose leaves.They do not need a detailed drawing - color hint is enough.
Mix ocher with brown gouache and put shadows on the inside of the flower.Select the core and the surrounding petals.Dilute whitewash ocher, add a little red mark and shade in the middle of the roses.Apply the gouache smooth rounded downward strokes.
Even more dilute mixture of whiting and start painting the convex portions of petals on which the light falls.Sprinkle in pink and yellow mixture a little blue gouache and paint the outer petals with a cold tone.Add a little white pink paint and go over the outer part of the flower, imposing wide longitudinal strokes that mimic the light spot.Just blend border highlights, so they look natural.
on thin brush clean white dial and walk it over the protruding part of the flower, enhancing light accents.Moisten the brush and gently brown gouache darken the space between the petals.Strengthen the shadow between the flowers and leaves - it will add liveliness and volume rose.
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