A watercolor galaxy drawing is a really fun and easy exercise that can result in a wonderful galaxy painting.
Learning how to color a watercolor galaxy teaches you some fascinating tips and methods with the watercolor medium.
As you learn how to color a galaxy you will find that we will develop a deep space quality through the mixture of cold and dark colors.
We will also learn in this galaxy sketching easy ways to color stars, or better yet, how to create stars using charming painting methods.
Once we have all the equipment we want to make sure we have a nice even ground on which to put our paper.
Painting is a very comforting and relaxing process however, frequently we can find ourselves being disturbed by our backgrounds. Try to place yourself somewhere where you might not be disturbed.
We hope this step-by-step guide on drawing a galaxy art will be both enjoyable and informative for you!
Step By Step Guide On How To Draw a Galaxy Painting
Take a white color
Take pink color
Mix the color
Mix both and create a round shape it will give you a bluish galaxy.
Add some pink color to the core of the galaxy
We can start integrating some pink into the mix.
Even though the page is moist and the colors will merge seamlessly, we want to add these light coatings before we add these darker layers.
This is because there will be a drying impact where the light coatings will dry under the darker layers which will build depth and length in the image.
Add white color in the center.
For a more unique color center part with white.
Add some purple color to make the circle bigger
We should have an entirely covered page with a mix of light blue, dark blue, and purple.
These colors will develop a more deep space effect as these colors carry a raw quality that resembles darker portions of the galaxy.
You can also take a neat wet brush and move your paint around to form the areas that are darker and lighter.
Spread the purple color
Spread the color on the borderline of circles.
Spray white color dots.
The white paint sprinkles will begin to evolve the art into an identifiable galaxy.
The freedom of the color mixtures that you use before the stars will be contextualized once you connect the stars to the painting.
This drawing guide on step by step guide on galaxy painting comes to an end.
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