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Found 7 results

  1. Betta fish drawing coloured

    Hi, I´m glad to show you my Betta drawing coloured by myself. I did it with digital media but I´m sure that with colours pencils, watercolour, acryl, oil or well any media you could do an outstanding result. I leave you here a short slideshow to show the principal stages. If you want to get this one in High Resolution to print, it´s available here. Or if you want a printed poster, framed, ready to hang, you can too! Look here. Anyway, if you love to colouring, my book is always available here on Amazon. Maybe you have not seen my previous publication, related to this? Here the link: Thanks so much for watching my post!
  2. Betta fish I - adult coloring page

    Hi, I would like to share with you some drawings that I made, they are related to my book for adults that is available on Amazon, since last year. My goal is to encourage you to take a look at my book and obviously encourage you to buy it to colour it. Here I go!: The drawing you see below, the Betta fish, was the first I did to start the colouring book. I show you here some steps of the drawing process. I drew a sketch first, drawn with lead pencil on paper. Then, I turn the drawing into digital outlines, so I get a pretty and clean figure. The next step is to achieve a more interesting drawing, attractive to draw, for which I draw intuitively scribbles and add some details to define the figure more clearly. Finally, I draw the seascape I found the most adequate for my fish. Now, the betta fish is finished, it just needs to be coloured! Thank you very much for looking at my drawings. I hope it was interesting for you If you like colouring, consider to acquire my book here. My wallet: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
  3. SketchBettaFish

    From the album Coloring pages

    Handmade sketch

    © J.Van de Perre

  4. 003BettaI

    From the album Coloring pages

    Drawing the seascape.

    © J.Van de Perre

  5. 002BettaI

    From the album Coloring pages

    Building the body

    © J.Van de Perre

  6. 001BettaI

    From the album Coloring pages

    Digital delineation.

    © J.Van de Perre

  7. 000BettaI

    From the album Coloring pages

    Four steps of the drawing process.

    © J.Van de Perre

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