#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

Have you seen @surelysimplechallenge on Instagram? It’s a creative community for sharing art and calligraphy tips and tutorials. (The main hashtag for the challenge is #SimpleAlphabets!) It’s always fascinating to read about a creative mind, and we have Jo of Zuer Designs sharing (a second time here! Her first interview is here, if you’d like to take a look at that too). If you want to read more about her lettering journey, feel free to read her interview at Surely Simple. This one is an additional feature to highlight her creative process!

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

Please tell me a bit about yourself.

I’m Jo. I’m currently a postgraduate student studying biology, but in my free time I love creating letters and art with my hands. I’m a huge stationery addict as well, evident by my Instagram photos.

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

How would you describe your lettering/ calligraphy style?

I feel like my lettering is big, bold, and beautiful. While I love the dainty hairline like calligraphy and lettering styles, I prefer prominent brush strokes and lots of colour.
What makes you motivated enough to keep on keeping on with your work?

Seeing people saying that they enjoy my work is enough to keep me motivated! I love hearing feedback from people.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
Would you rather go the freelance way or do you prefer a more regulated and secure way of work?

Definitely freelance. I enjoy picking and choosing what works best for me. I don’t want to work on a project that doesn’t suite my style. I wouldn’t be happy with the work I produce otherwise.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
What makes you the happiest when it comes to looking at your progress?

Seeing how my style has developed while learning. I can definitely see my personal style coming through when I look back at old work.

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Half glass full or half glass empty? What’s your attitude in life in general?

Honestly, I’m more of a realistic person than an ‘optimist’ or ‘pessimist’. So, my glass would be filled with half water and half air. I say this because I like to look at both the positives and negatives in every situation and prepare myself for both.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
Who do you look up to in your field? Or in life as a whole?

I don’t know if there is any particular person I look up to, but I admire people’s style. I look up to every creative person, because they are willing to continue creating, and that motivates me heaps!

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
How many hours do you put in for your work everyday?

The first thing that I tell people who try and learn lettering is that you have to do something everyday related to it in order to see improvements. So at the bare minimum, I’ll create something to post on Instagram everyday which means I spend at least 15 minutes everyday working on my lettering.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
What book/ podcast are you currently reading/listening to?

As a student currently, I don’t have time to read any fiction books at all. Instead, I’m reading a lot of research papers for my classes.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
How do you think you have evolved in your art- has it changed you?

I’ve learned to find my own style and do what feels most natural and comfortable. In the beginning I was really into following trends. While I still enjoy it, now days I prefer to put my own style into it.

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#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com

#SimpleAlphabets Lettering Inspiration: Jo Cheung via Opinion9.com
What’s next in your artistic journey? 

I don’t know what will happen from now. Ideally, I’ll like to keep learning to paint and eventually combine my painting with my lettering.

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Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.comHello there! I’m back with blogging here and I wanted to start again with a whole lotta color and a fun interview to get you inspired! Today, we’re going to hear about Louise Emily Jewell’s journey as an artist. She makes some gorgeous work mostly with watercolor and an emphasis for fine detail. Basically, I really like the peaceful and sweet vibes of her work. And I’m pretty sure you will, too! Let’s hear what she has to say!

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Please tell me a little bit about yourself.

 I’m Louise, an ex-knitwear designer come illustrator based in the UK. I have always enjoyed drawing and painting, in particular working on small detailed watercolour paintings and wanted to turn my passion into my job.

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Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

What motivates and inspires you the most?

Motivation comes from the urge to create, interpreting the way I see the world onto paper, and wanting to develop and improve as an artist.

I think creative people are sponges for music, art, books, film, design, style and nature, everything really … it’s all constantly buzzing around the brain! So inspiration comes from everywhere! But I always seem to be drawn back to the sea and nautical themes.

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

I absolutely love your beautiful watercolour sketches! What is your drawing/painting process like?

I start by sketching, researching images, looking through photos and referencing old sketches. I will then think about the composition of the piece… how I would like it to look in terms of style and colour. I want to evoke feeling in the viewer either by something being cute and making them smile, or creating atmosphere in my work.

After a few rough sketches on loose paper (I become too precious if I work in a sketch book) I sketch the outline of my illustration onto watercolour paper and then start painting.

The illustration is then scanned and if needed tweaked in Photoshop if needed.

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Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

 

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

How much time on an average does it take to create a piece?

It all depends on how much detail is in a piece, anything from 2 – 20 hours!

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Just out of interest, what was the first (or your favourite) piece of art you remember creating?

I have been making art since I was a tiny tot. The first piece of art I can remember creating was some little rabbit characters eating carrots which was stuck on my parent’s fridge for years.

My favorite painting of recent times is the lady in the potting shed ‘Private Retreat’. I would love to have a potting shed like hers.

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Where do you see yourself in a few years?

I would like to have a few clients that I work with on a regular basis and continue to develop as an illustrator.

I would love to be illustrating for magazines, book jackets and children’s books, learn how to make complex repeat patterns, and take part in some exhibitions.

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Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Can you share a glimpse of a typical day in your life? (step by step/ hour by hour breakdown)

We have tea in bed everyday, I see that as one of life’s biggest luxuries! So no matter what time I need to get up I set the alarm half an hour earlier so I can enjoy a morning cup of tea in bed.

After breakfast it’s time to take my dogs for a nice long walk in the country.

I then go into my studio to start work and spend the day researching, drawing and painting. I tend to stick to normal working hours of 9 – 6 but it’s difficult to put the paintbrush down sometimes.

In the evening I walk the dogs again and tackle my share of the chores, then it’s time to relax, in the garden during summer, or in front of the fire during the winter, with a glass of red and some delicious home cooked food.

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

How long has painting and art in general been your hobby? How did you think you could convert it to something more?

I have been drawing and painting ever since I was a child, so I suppose it has always been my hobby. When I graduated I was working in the fashion industry, lots of long hours, long commutes and international travel. Time to draw and paint was completely non-existent.

Seven years ago I started working on a freelance basis, which allowed me more time to pick up art as a hobby. As my style developed I decided to put together a portfolio and started to pick up commissions.

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 Just for fun: What is your favourite travel destination, colour, food and flower?

My favorite travel destination has to be Japan. I have been skiing in Japan a few times and am totally in love with their culture, elegant food and the execution and perfectionism in design.

I also really love Sri Lanka because of the laid-back nature, delicious curries, stunning scenery and jolly people.

My favourite colours are indigo and berry colours.

My favourite food is cheese.

Favourite flower always changes to the flower I am looking at! … at the moment there are passion flowers coming into bloom in the garden so I will say Passion Flowers.

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

What’s the importance of art in your daily lifestyle?

 Art is very prominent in my daily lifestyle. We are surrounded by art all the time. Art comes in many different forms, from paintings hanging on the wall, the latest film, to mundane everyday objects. Art and creativity is not vital to our survival, but does bring a lot of joy and happiness, and so is vital to our wellbeing.

 

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What do you do in your leisure time? (apart from art, of course!)

I love to be outdoors and experience nature. I am a keen sailor and like to go on long walks and hikes with my dogs.

I am also a bit of homebody so anything to do with making my home more beautiful… and enjoying the space we have created by cooking, baking and reading.

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Some themes/ topics inspiring you nowadays?

I have recently finished a series of sailors and fishermen which I would like to develop further. I plan to explore other nautical themes such as ships knots, the shipping forecast, coastal maps and some boats.

The commissions I am currently working on are focused around floral arrangements, and as it is summer it’s hard not to notice how beautiful the flowers are.

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What are your go-to art supplies and your preferred art media?

I love Holbein watercolour paints, hot pressed highwhite watercolour paper and teeny tiny paintbrushes. The best brushes I have ever bought are by Holbein too.

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

Painting a Picture with Louise Emily Jewell- an artist interview via Opinion9.com

How did you discover your own style of drawing? Any advice for artists struggling with getting in the swing of things?

I started by using lots of different mediums to find one that suits me. I found I was most happy when using watercolour. I used watercolour in the past for fashion sketches.

Take a sketch book and go outside to draw… and try not to worry about creating a masterpiece.

Draw things you really like!

Set your self exercises with different mediums and styles to find one that suits you…

The more you do the better you get so practice, practice, practice.

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How do you balance your creative thought while thinking of art in terms of business too?

I’m still trying to figure that out. It’s hard not to let the creative side take over so I always set time aside for marketing, promotion and book keeping.

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Thanks for sharing, Louise!

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Moodboard this Week // Tranquil Color Washes

moodboard-3-11-15 // stuff that's inspiring me this week via Opinion9.com

I’ll be sharing a moodboard each week – my inspiration changes every week because the vast world of the internet has so many amazing things to share- ranging from art, beauty, interior design, food, intriguing stuff etc etc etc.

Clockwise from the top left:

1– watercolour and hair sketches! my fave.

2– i’m all about watercolour currently, and wow, when I discovered this amazing shop filled with wall hangings like this..makes me happy.

3– still feeling that fall feeling, so these copper painted leaves are nice and cozy

4– coffee, chocolate and a book. I mean, what else do you need? A pretty perfect shot, I’d say.

5– I’m trying to clean my room and studio space, so this image of a nice workspace is slightly motivating.

6– I don’t know why, but I really want some ice cream cake. Mint + ice cream cake = winner in my book.

Hope you liked this week’s inspo. Got plenty of nice stuff to share for moodboards, so stay tuned. See the previous mood boards here. – Aaria

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Imaginative Art with Daniela


Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Hello! Today I’m talking to a very talented and imaginative artist. Daniela paints watercolours beautifully, but that’s not all- she has a very imaginative side to her creative process! She uses everyday objects- oranges, paper, fruits, the sky, origami, eggs, tic tacs, spools of thread, candy, you name it!- with her drawings and the effect is just so colourful and pleasing. You have to see her instagram feed to get the full scoop!

As artists, what happens to a lot of us, is that we get limited by our own knowledge and stick to what we know when it comes to painting/ drawing. But not Dani! I like how she transitions so smoothly between her beautiful watercolours she makes and her innovative doodles. She uses her imagination and steps out of her comfort zone overtime- to create her wonderful artwork.

So, let’s hear what she has to say.

Please tell me a little bit about yourself.

My name is Daniela M. Lima; I am 28 years old. I’m an architect and I work in an office. In my free time, I love to draw and paint.

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

I love how you add different objects in your drawings! Do you plan these or does it happen naturally?

I usually use food, especially sweets, and objects that can associate the shapes of objects and characters. This process is something not really planned, ideas come and I make them happen.

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What makes you happiest in your creative process?

I just love when I’m relaxed, eating, watching movies or anything else, and I think, “I could do something using this!” The fact is the whole creative process is something that makes me very happy.

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

What are some themes/topics that are inspiring you nowadays?

Basically movies, series, music and books and sometimes manga and comics.

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What is your usual process for illustrating a piece?

At first, I sketch with pencil on paper, then I use nanquim (indian ink), erase the traces made the pencil and use colored pencils or oil pastel. I really like to use white ink pen. For my watercolor paintings I do the same process, only without nanquim and only with watercolor paint.

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How do you balance your creative pursuits as well as your regular life duties?

I usually do my arts on weekends and sometimes at night when I come home, but if I had more time I would do more work.

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

What inspires you to keep illustrating?

Nature, beautiful landscapes and starry nights will always inspire me.

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

What art tools and materials do you use on a daily basis?    

I usually draw free hand, but use the tablet to see references. Sometimes I use rulers, triangles and a compass. My favourite art supplies are watercolours and coloured pencils.

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How long have you been drawing? Just out of interest, what was the first thing you remember drawing that made an impact to you?

I started drawing between 14 and 15 years, and I painted a lot of canvases. I took a break from my creative process when I was in college, but I did architectural sketches. I do not remember very well the first impactful drawing I made; I think it was a self-portrait when I was 15 years.

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Do you have any advice for artists out there?

My advice is: To let the imagination flow, try to create more and copy less.

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Just for fun: what’s your favourite food and colour?

It’s to difficult to say this, because I love so many foods, haha! I love pizza, yakisoba and acarajé (Brazilian food). My favorite colour ever is red, but I like violet and green very much too. 🙂

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Imaginative Art with Daniela- an artist interview at Opinion9.com

Since you live in Brazil, has the place inspired you and your art in any way?

My hometown is Brumado. It’s a peaceful place, there I feel so good and inspired.

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Thanks for sharing Dani! Wishing you all the best ahead! -Aaria

Find Dani and her clever art here on Instagram.

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Dreamy Watercolours with Bee

Dreamy Watercolours with Bee - an artist's interview via Opinion9.com

Hello! Today we have Bee who makes some pretty amazing watercolour work. I really like her consistency in creating different pictures, but all with the same colourful and slightly ethereal quality. Her work was so captivating that I had to ask her a few questions about her creative process and how she works on her dreamy art! Her pastel themed and sparkly landscapes are just a watercolour dream. She also posts videos of her art process on Youtube.

Read on to hear what she has to say.


Dreamy Watercolours with Bee - an artist's interview via Opinion9.com

Please tell us a little bit about yourself.

My name is Bee, and I am 19 years old from South Australia. Currently I am a full time uni student and I work two part time jobs. I have always been creative since I can remember. I remember when I was little I was always creating things with paper and glue, trying to sew, knitting and crocheting. My mother always sewed my dance costumes so I can say I was highly inspired by her to make art a big part of my life.

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What sparked your interest in art in general? How long have you been practicing?

Hmm, I find art very emotional. The mixing and blending of colours, and how mistakes can creatively be turned into blessings. The way of art is symbolic for me, in a way of living a happy life. I have been painting with watercolours for about 3 years now; I have fallen in love with the way that the colours spread and blend into each other in a calm and peaceful way.
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How do you interpret the presence and significance of art in your lifestyle?

My lifestyle is very busy, but at the same time a little lazy (because I get so tired!). I have to try and juggle two jobs and a full time course, plus time with my other half, family, friends, and other lifestyle choices like working out at the gym. As a natural and intense introvert, these activities can be insanely overwhelming and I will need to spend a lot of time on my own – and this is where painting comes in! Painting allows me to spend time with myself and relax easily. It gives a great balance to my life because its something I really love doing and I can just chill out.
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What is your general process while creating an art piece?

I start by making sure I have enough paper to paint a lot of pictures at once. I also love getting my pet cockatiel out so he can sit on my shoulder while I paint. I start by painting the ideas I have with masking fluid, setting them aside to dry, and then I start on my more colourful pieces. I tape the borders of about 4 pieces of paper at once. I find working on more than one painting at a time allows the others to dry, and at the end I have lots of paintings.

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For watercolour I like to work in layers, I start by setting a background colour and making sure that I use lots of water! I let that dry and I add more paints, layering them up. I will use black watercolour with less water for trees or other details. Then I use a toothbrush and white acrylic paint to spray a ‘starry’ layer.

What keeps you motivated to draw and paint?

Probably the satisfaction and self worth that my finish products make me feel. Looking at my art allows me to appreciate myself and appreciate my talent. My other half also motivates me a lot, especially when I am feeling lazy! Haha. I also get a lot of positive feedback from my valued followers on Instagram, which makes me want to paint more.

Dreamy Watercolours with Bee - an artist's interview via Opinion9.com

Dreamy Watercolours with Bee - an artist's interview via Opinion9.com

How much time on average does it take you to create a piece?

Well I work on many at a time, but separately I would guess around half hour to an hour for each piece.

 

What was the first (or your favourite) piece of art you remember creating?

Okay so, very first, when I was in pre-school we had those tripod painting stands (obviously very short because we were so small!). We were given spray bottles which had different colours of translucent ink that had been watered down. The colours were so vibrant and so beautiful when sprayed and I remember I was the first to create the ‘butterfly’ pictures by folding them in half. I was so proud because everyone wanted to do the same!

 

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Do you plan to pursue a career in art? Or is art just a hobby you love?

I love sewing and fashion was going to be a huge career decision for me. However, to get the most and highest possibility of a successful career out of it, I would have had to move away from family and start in a completely new city. Art is just a hobby I really love, like I mentioned before, it gives my life balance from all the other things.

Can you share a glimpse of a typical day in your life?

Sure, go to sleep at 2am, have some funky dreams, wake up at 10am. Skip breakfast in a desperate rush to get to uni, get in my car and endure a stressful 35 minute drive. Buy some lunch, sit through lectures, rush home to get ready for work. Work a stressful waitress job, come home by midnight, spend time with my bird Charlie, go to sleep at 2am.

It sounds so boring! I do get a couple of days away from uni though, but when I have a whole day free of uni and my jobs, I will spend the entire day painting.

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Whats your outfit staple? And your favourite flower and colour?

Outfit staple would have to be anything black with a pop of colour/sparkles. I don’t know why but I really love wearing black in all styles, whether it’s formal, party, or one of my favourites: sports luxe. I swear I’m not goth! Haha.

I love all flowers, but I especially love peonies and carnations. My favourite colours are all shades of pink, and mint green.

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I spy a cockatiel! 

His name is Charlie, born November 2014. He enjoys head scratches and inspecting jewellery and other shiny things 😂. I hand reared him from a very young age and weaned him myself, which in turn gives us a stronger bond because he sees me as his true ‘mother’. Birds are very adaptable to their owners so Charlie knows that he spends most time with me late at night (since I work a night job). Oppositely, my friends cockatiel goes to sleep as soon as it gets dark because he has adapted to his owners life. Charlie is happy to just sit on my shoulder while I paint 😊

 

What are some fun themes/topics that are inspiring you nowadays?

I love painting scenes. I remember I used to binge watch anime, and Toradora was one of my favourites. The scenes (especially snow ones) gave me a special feeling, warm but calm. I try to go for this feel in my paintings.

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What is your favourite art tool you use?

Hands down masking fluid.

 

Could you share any tips on how to be good at watercolour?

Be generous with how much water you use. A lot of people don’t use enough water! Make sure to let things completely dry before you add layers of depth. I always remember that with watercolour, you can paint dark on lighter colours, but you can’t paint light on dark (however you can paint light on dark effectively with gouache!)

 

What do you think makes a good, satisfactory piece?

Being able to feel the emotions that the painting exhibits is a good sign. I also think a good border really puts someone at ease when looking at a piece of art.

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Thanks Bee for sharing! Wishing you all the best ahead in your dreamy, ethereal world of watercolour! -Aaria

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You can find Bee on her instagram here.

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