You will need
- - thick paper for watercolor (Whatman);
- - brushes (thin and thick);
- - watercolor;
- - white gouache;
- - toothbrush;
- - water.
To get the original drawing, draw a space in the circle. Take a thick brush, dip it in clean water and walk on the sheet of paper. This is necessary in order to get a beautiful divorces. It is best to start painting the space bright colors, took yellow, orange, red and blue. Use chaotic brush strokes that the transitions between the colors looked more natural.
Spread on a palette of several shades of rich blue, mixing them with purple and black paint. To draw a space with watercolors, apply dabs of fast chaotic movements, not forgetting to wash the brush in water for each new shade. So the color of the sky will clean and sharper, and the stains will look spectacular.
Move from the center to the sides, filling the makeshift outer circle colors. Don't be afraid to go with a brush on an already dry region, altering the pattern of the cosmos in the process and adding some areas of saturation.
When you fill in the whole circle of paint, you can begin to work on the details. Take a thin brush and go red and yellow in the center of the glow. A color gradient will be more interesting, doing a stellar nebula colorful.
Want to draw a space with millions of stars? Then wait until the figure is completely dry, take a tooth brush, dip it in white gouache and leave them on the sheet spray, gently slide your finger along the bristles.
Below the drawing space has become more interesting, you can draw on top of the world. This white gouache draw circles of different sizes. Once the paint is dry, a thin brush, apply a colored dot strokes, not forgetting the semi-circular shadow on one side of the planet.
Watercolors should be diluted with plenty of water. Make sure that the brush is always wet. Then the paint will flow nicely into each other, forming the original tints. To add to the picture brightness, can be applied over the dried paint, but not more than three layers otherwise you will lose light shining watercolor effect.
Advice 2 : How to draw space colors
Draw a space-maybe even a budding artist or a child. A space for imagination, the ability to ignore the perspective and proportions: these factors will help you not to think about your own skills in painting and to dissolve completely in the work.
You will need
- - colors.
- - brush;
Consider the plot of your drawing. It may be your imagination of space, images based on real photos, or even fantastic battles with aliens. Depending on the story will be based the composition of the work. Plan ahead the key objects in your drawing, especially if you want to do with it, the real story. Mark the items with a thin pencil strokes, which you will paint.
Start with the background. Discard the stereotype that outer space must be black. For inspiration you can browse the photos in real space: you will see that the color palette is very rich there. Bold strokes cover sheet, choosing saturated or pastel shades in its sole discretion. The background will turn most colorful, if you use gouache, acrylic or oil paints. After completing let it dry (when operating with oil to wait for the drying is not necessary).
Draw the principal and secondary objects. At this stage, follow the main principle: the colors of the depicted objects must be lighter than the background. Use contrast, saturated colors and blurred shapes.
Take a few colors of shades of white (from listopadnyh to white lead) and create with them a light glare. Be sure to consider that your drawing is a light source.
Try different effects to make your creation truly cosmic. You can use fluorescent or glow in the dark paints: paint them a few items and your work will look alive and textured.
In addition, you can achieve interesting effects with wax. RUB them a small piece of paper for future drawing. After paint will be applied and dried, swipe the surface with a sharp object to obtain three-dimensional image. This way you will be able to make, for example, the relief on celestial bodies.