VIDEO: Drawing Meadow Flowers In Ink On Yupo

An ink drawing of Meadow flowers on Yupo, with a video by Kim Dellow

Sunday is a great day to do something creative if you have the time, so I thought, as it is Sunday I would share a video with you showing the process I went through drawing these meadow flowers.  I’m hoping that it will set you up for your creative day and get you itching to work on your next project.

I’m working with a dip pen, or nib holder, and Indian ink again for this project just like I did for my watercolor and ink flowers video last weekend. But, this time instead of working on watercolor paper I am using the synthetic paper Yupo. I’ve already started this project with watercolor paint. And if you missed how to make a textured watercolor background like this then you might want to watch my ‘How To Use Watercolor and Indian Ink On Yupo’ video as well.

As you will hear in the video, I had not initially planned these flowers to be stylised, it is strange how our creative plans change and evolve throughout a project isn’t it?

VIDEO: Drawing Meadow Flowers In Ink On Yupo

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Close-up of an ink drawing of Meadow flowers on Yupo, with a video by Kim Dellow

Do you think you will get some drawing done today? Or perhaps you have another creative project you want to do? Whatever you are doing I hope that you have fun and have a lovely Sunday! Happy creating.

Kim

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2 Comments

  1. October 29, 2017 / 2:11 pm

    Hi Kim
    as usual, it is absolutely pretty!
    It is always amazing with using that very few things make such lovely paintings. I really like clean designs.
    Greetings from rainy and stormy Germany
    Rena

    • November 1, 2017 / 12:41 pm

      Hi Rena,

      I hope that the rain and storms have passed over and that it is nice and sunny in Germany. (It is sort of cloudy with sun trying to poke through here in London!)
      I am glad you liked this project. I think I am with you, my preference is for more clean and simple designing!
      Have a good rest of your day.
      Kim

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