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Sunny day by AuroraWienhold Sunny day by AuroraWienhold
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Traditional work with watercolors, colored pencils and ink. Done in 2012.

Study of ~Lakela cat: [link]

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michaelabeetle Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014
Soooo goood! Beautiful!
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MiikuuChaan Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013
OMG THIS IS AWESOME *________* ♥
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ArtKosh Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013   Traditional Artist
Amazing sunny drawings! thank you
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Shelfcloud Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Love the power in this one!
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EnriqueVelasco Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
cool, i love your work, amazing and wonderful technique!!!
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Familiastone Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013
Freaking wow!
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Passin Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
Amazing
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maitha-girl Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *A*
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Adja999 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012
Your work is wonderful. It's both beautiful and very serene.

I'm an watercolor painter myself, although, far from never wishing to compete with you. I have a question about technique, here, if you don't mind.

Those white lines that you use to highlight. I know of two ways to obtain them. I sometimes use (i'm sorry, i'm French, so I don't know the correct term in English), before I paint, a very thick, very sludgy substance and I let it dry, then once it's painted and dried again on top of it, you can rub it off. Or, I sometimes use simple white acrylic paint on top.

The acrylic thing would make more sence here because the lines are really really fine, but they merge so well with the bare paper (I can't seem to *see* white paint) that it looks like they're left blank. I hope I make sense. but yeah, I was wondering which technique you were using. :)
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AuroraWienhold Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thank you. I am too impatient to let the parts free, so I use ink for fine white lines. Either with an ink pen or simply ink and brush. :nod:
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