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Watercolor Painting PUGS : Fun and Cute watercolor Illustration

teacher avatar George-Daniel Tudorache, Together we will create amazing things.

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Lessons in This Class

28 Lessons (1h 54m)
    • 1. Intro pugs

      1:47
    • 2. Materials

      1:08
    • 3. Drawing the YOUR first pug

      3:46
    • 4. Drawing Your Second Pug

      2:30
    • 5. Drawring your third Pug

      2:53
    • 6. Adding emotions to your pugs

      3:29
    • 7. Drawing A Satisfied Pug

      2:25
    • 8. Drawing and angry pug

      3:40
    • 9. Colouring your pugs portraits

      5:08
    • 10. Adding anouther layer of paint to the portraits

      1:57
    • 11. Last details

      4:58
    • 12. Outline of the First three pugs

      6:09
    • 13. Outline of the last three portriaits

      6:50
    • 14. Drawing your fullbody pug

      4:34
    • 15. Painting the full body pug

      3:36
    • 16. Playing with the outline

      3:09
    • 17. Drawing a sitting Pug

      4:35
    • 18. Sitting boy watercolour

      0:44
    • 19. Sittiong boy second layer of paint

      2:13
    • 20. Sitting boy liner

      3:37
    • 21. Happy pug in a cup drawing 9

      9:52
    • 22. Pug in a cup colour

      3:28
    • 23. Final layer of colour pug in a cup

      3:29
    • 24. Liner pug in a cup

      9:06
    • 25. Drawing a lovely couple

      7:49
    • 26. Couple first layer of paint

      2:38
    • 27. Couple second layer of paint

      1:56
    • 28. Couple liner

      6:56
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About This Class

Learn character illustration 

Drawing characters should be fun, you get excited while also finding inspiration for your character design. mastering facial expressions, you'll learn how to draw characters that are full of life and movement in this. 

All you need is a piece of watercolor paper, a pencil, 3 watercolors and a liner.

Whether you're a new artist or a seasoned illustrator, thorough techniques will unlock your ability to create compelling characters on paper.

After taking this class, you'll be able to express your ideas and create your own characters. Once the class is done, you'll have fully illustrated some beautiful pugs,to add to your portfolio.

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You will be able to communicate story, emotion, and movement with ease.From first sketch to final color, you’ll learn how to use simple shapes as your foundation for your character illustrations

You don’t need any prior knowledge of drawing or character illustration for this class.

 

What You'll Learn

    • Exploring poses in 3d with drawing exercises.
    • Simple shapes to create beautiful design 
    • Character illustration that exudes personality and expression
  • Colour mixing using beautiful watercolours to accentuate expressions

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What You'll Make

This class is perfect for the beginning artist, or even a professional one who's looking to learn a new style and a more simple and traditional way to work.

You will make six pug portraits, from different sides in space and exploring multiple expressions.

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Also if you want to explore Abstract painting have fun creating modern GOLD leaf Acrylic Painting

Meet Your Teacher

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George-Daniel Tudorache

Together we will create amazing things.

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Hello, I'm George 

Together we will create amazing things.

Would you like to paint with more freedom or feeling?

You will be finding ways to develop your own way of applying paint and to compose the visual space.

You'll learn painting techniques used by professional artist to create elaborate works of art.

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1. Intro pugs: Hi, My name is George, and in today's course we are going to learn how to illustrate bug. But not only that, we are going to learn how to move the head base so we're copying. But we're understanding the shape in three dimensions as well as going into full body illustrations. You are going to have so much fun illustrating these beautiful bugs just playing with the charter as well. Beautiful. Now the skills that you will learn here will not only help you to do traditional illustrations. Also digital. Learn how to break down the form. You will learn how to use colors, how to break down outlines as well as render to make a beautiful composition. You'll have so much fun, and by the end you will want to create your own characters. Learn how to put emotions in your original characters, as well as how to turn them around. What a beautiful day to learn. Illustration. This is even if you've never drawn before. This is a very good course for you because you'll learn how to break down shapes because you'll learn how to draw out this simplified how to make interesting shapes and how to transform those shapes and two beautiful illustrations. At the end of this course, you will end up with a masterful bag of tools and ways to illustrate whatever is in your imagination whatever you want and whatever you desire to draw and illustrate, Thank you and see you in the course. 2. Materials: okay for Okay, So for this project, we are going to need some beautiful watercolor paper, the Sunday for watercolor paper on. We are going to need a beautiful mechanical pencil or whatever pencil you have. And you're gonna also need course, a liner. And for the colors, we're gonna use some yellow, some magenta and some ultra marine blue. You're gonna also need a brush. And with this brush, you can also make very fine lines because it has a beautiful tip, of course, or probably gonna need on Eraser as well. A couple for the water. And, of course, a place to makes our colors. That's all you need to illustrate these beautiful, beautiful bugs. 3. Drawing the YOUR first pug: Okay, so let's start. We are going to make a beautiful rectangle. As you can see, four beautiful lines. Well, five. And then we can make some another rectangle just at the bottom. We can cut the corners on the first rectangle and then extend some nice rectangles out of that on a slight angle and then move to the middle of the of the bottom rectangle and make one center line. We can then make two beautiful rectangles for the eyes and moving on. We can just make a neck, just some lines going like a mountain, just one on the left and one on the right. We can make a beautiful triangle for the mouth, and then we can move on to some curves for the nose, starting with a top one and then a bottom one that has this small little curve on the bottom. And then we can make a beautiful line coming down from it and then accentuate mouth. We're making it round Now. We can start with some circles 40 eyes, apple semi circles, 40 eyes. We can make the pupils as well, just semi circles, and you can already see this beautiful, beautiful pug emerging out of simple, blocky shapes. We can move on and start making the snouts, and then at the top of the head, we can make this beautiful valley rounded valley, and then we can just work our way to the left side of the face. And just like that, we are going to make him smile with some curves on the left and the right hand side and then moving, making the jaw. We already did some line work, guide us and then for the bottom of the mouth. Now we can work a little bit on that years, just rounding them up a little bit and then going down just like that, we made a year and then just making the mouth a little bigger. And then we can move on now to the right hand side to make the year, Not forgetting for a little bit of a fuzz, where that year meats the head. And then, after we finished the right year, we can move on and make a little bit of a neck. We're making some lines, just like a fan going sideways. We can color in those pupils, and there we go, our first beautiful bug. Let's put some beautiful freckles 4. Drawing Your Second Pug: moving on to another head. We are going to make one sideways, starting with the same beautiful rectangle and making it at about the same height to have some proportions in mind. And then we can cut one corner this time a little bit lower, and we can extend the same exact way just like that. And then for the back year, we can imagine that this cube has another side and make another year just there, shaving off another corner of the head and then for the snout, weaken just about, see where it needs. Looking for that jaw line we can use as a reference the drawling We just dead going forward direct angles for this one, I on the side and then we can make the beautiful knows just like that from aside and then we can move on to coloring it in. We can make this beautiful shape just at the bottom of the head for a neck. We can now start working on a year making sure to make this interesting line a small one and then the fuzz. Don't forget about the Foz. We can just about see how this beautiful triangle year has emerged. We can now move on to accentuate and round a little bit of the face is making it beautiful , accentuating that line and then going in with a pupil. And look at that beautiful smile. We can now make the bottom of that mouth and then make some beautiful shapes making him a chubby fellow. And as you can see, we can also connect a little bit of the jaw just like that. It was that simple. Can you imagine? Would a few lines we made this beautiful, happy little friend. 5. Drawring your third Pug: this is exciting. We are now moving to had number three. This is 1/4 side view, and we can just about see that we are starting with the same rectangle as always. And then, just like that, we can cut the corner off to make. As you know, the year and the snout weaken just about positioning right there on the right side. We can now cut the corner at a slight angle for the year and position the half way of the head and the halfway of the nose of the snout and then weakened position and draw in. The beautiful knows the mouth. We can just make as an opening like that. We can just start drawing some rectangles for where the eyes are showing and making sure that the one on the right side is a bit dinner moving on to the year. We can see how beautiful this year is and how simple we are just about to finish it just there and a little bit of fuzz. We can start making this beautiful line for the hands, for in the straight, beautiful head of the pug. We can move on to the back side for the year, moving on, making this beautiful jawline and then the pupil just like that, and it started to come to life. Those eyes are just beautiful making out of people just there, drawing the nose, fill in the nose and we can move on to the bottom side of the mouth. And just like that, we can go on the neck on the right side. On one line, a 2nd 1 on the left side. There we go, making him a little bit of a chubby fellow. And here we go. Let's make him smile. And there we go. We can now consider this quarter for you Finished. 6. Adding emotions to your pugs: Okay, here we go. Let's put some emotions in this hand. We are going to make him a beautiful, smiling pug. Just make a beautiful rectangle, almost the square. And we can make just the halfway. We can make the jawline just like that. The middle of the rectangle at the bottom is just like that. And then we can move on to the eyes. And that years we can now pull them in to the back of their heads, just accentuating that smile. Those years are going to go in the back. So he's smiling with his whole face, not only his mouth, and we just did. He knows he now looks a little bit like Batman. And there you go. We can move on to making that beautiful now's and there we go. We can make in a little bit bigger, just like that. And now we can block it in moving on from there. We can just work on this now, just like that on the left side and the right hand. We can now start drawing the eyes and we can we can put in some pupils just like that one for the left hand side. and one for the right hand side. We can block them in, maybe on the left and we can just erase a little bit of it cause I think they're too many lines. We can make it a little bit cleaner just like that. We can make it even clean air just okay and connecting it, making the pupil a little bit bigger just to make this beautiful round, bubbly eyes moving down from the nose. We can already start on the smile he's gonna have on open mouth and we can turn around just like that, going down and coming back up just like beautiful banana. We can put the Fung in on. Here we go. We can block it in just slowly blocking it in, or you can go faster that we go Look at how beautiful this smiling bug is the emotion in his eyes and his mouth and we can move on to making his jaw, just going around, cutting some corners and then making him a letter bed of ah chin just over there and then moving on with some lines with some curves, just making him a little bit of a chunky guy. What should we name him? And for the last few lines, we are going to make his years, and it was that simple to put some emotions on his face. 7. Drawing A Satisfied Pug: after his owner has come home and he's got a beautiful treat. Our beautiful pug is now serene, is now just beautifully enjoying that home and relaxing. They're starting with a side view for our fifth for our fifth drawing and making a rectangle going down with the year. We are just going to make it like that. And then we can just move on to the middle of the head, just making a beautiful line for the eye. He's going to have his eyes shut. Is going toe look beautiful, just serene and calm? Just enjoying the new found snack from his owner. And now we can move on to make is beautiful. Nos just like that. And Dan, we can just round out the beautiful mouth connecting, going down and up and the beautiful, long, long smile. Just look at how satisfied he is. We can now move on to death beautiful neck, making him a little bit chunky, us like that from all the beautiful lasagna he just got. There we go. We have now made him a beautiful, chunky guy. Let's not forget for that beautiful jawline and another line to accentuate his chubby nous . There we go, we can erase a little bit to show that his eyes are shut and then we can move on. 8. Drawing and angry pug: for this one we are going to make. Maybe an intruder just came in the house and he is a little bit angry. Our beautiful dog just guarding our house. We're going to start with a rectangle. There we go, making a beautiful space for this now for the mouth. And then we can move on to the year on the right hand side, just like that, erasing a little bit and then moving on with the year 123 Just like that, we can now see how the head just connects one of the year. Maybe it's a little bit too tall, but we can go. Just make another year. We're gonna make them a little bit more pointy and straight to make him look a little bit more angry. So it's not only in in the face. Expressions is also in the shapes we use. Okay, let's not forget about that fuzz a year making the year moving on. Now we can make this beautiful triangular. I look how menacing it looks, just like the years we made them a little angular, and then we can move on to the left hand side and make a beautiful I just there a beautiful , angry I and the snout and nose We can just make that knows, just there has. You can see it now is a little bit pointy on the bottom and then four, the mouth. We are going to make this beautifully, beautifully, And we can move on to the left hand side and make the year just connecting, making that that beautiful fuzz. And the year like that, we can make it pointy. Of course, we can round it a little bit just to not be as angular as it looks. And then we can move on to the beautiful mouth just like that, making some adjustments, showing maybe a little bit of deeds and then, for the expression, were just gonna make this sideways teardrop to make him look angry and then making some I mean just there and look hot. How angry he looks. Just now we've made him on angry boy and then the jawline continuing with the bottom of the now making him course a little bit chunky, just like that, his neck a little bit thinner, just showing how alert me as using those angles, making some eyebrows. And then we just finished this head as well 9. Colouring your pugs portraits: Hello. We're going to start to make some colors. We're gonna make a beautiful brown and a beautiful yellow Oakar. For that, we are going to start with the yellow and add a little bit of magenta to make a beautiful, beautiful orange. And just mixing just like that, mixing the colors. And so we don't see any of the starting colors and a little bit more yellow to make the color a little bit more intense and going in with the blue to make a little bit of brown. Let's make this even more brown by adding some ultra marine blue just like that, picking up and doing small changes to the brown until we are happy with the color and then a little bit more, making a beautiful brown just like that, mixing in those colors. And we can just about see what a beautiful sandy brown we have made. Let's become some more of that magenta first and then a little bit of yellow. We have just made this beautiful color. Look how beautiful it is, picking up a little bit more water, picking up a little bit more water and then getting some more yellow to make this beautiful , beautiful yellow Oakar. We can just take a little bit more water and then a little bit more yellow. We can just see how beautiful this colors look. Now that we've created these beautiful colors, we're going to start with the yellow Oakar. Just test it on the paper to see how much water we need to make a light wash on the heads. Okay, We are going to start with the first frontal head just filling it in, not covering the years and also not covering the eyes. We can just go over duh pencil marks. As you can see, Just like that, we are almost done with the first had just a few lines and making the bank a little bit longer. Just moving in Ford the second head, we can just do exactly the same. We can fill it in, and then we can just about take a little bit more color and make it nice and beautiful. Just not covering the eyes going down. Ah, making the neck a little bit longer. And there we go with second head. We can now move on to the third head just like that, covering all getting a little bit of more yellow to just on a little bit more variations to the heads just like that, making the color a little bit more yellow, A beautiful yellow Oakar, sandy yellow Oakar and just like that, covering the whole head except the inside of the years and the eyes. And now we can just add a little bit of variations, a little bit of variation to the other heads moving on to the fourth. Had we can just see that here we have to also be careful about the teeth. Don't cover them up. You should be very loose with this first layer just like that and just covering all the spaces, making sure there isn't any white except for the years and the eyes. And in this case, the teats. We can now move on to the fifth head just like that for this one. We can cover it all up because he has his eyes shut so you can just put a beautiful light wash. You can also go over the the other heads with this new color and complete them and and a little bit more if it dried unevenly and just like that we can move on to the last head, which has a little bit more complications. With the mouth open, we need to just be careful not to hope not too covered eyes the years and open mouth. There we go with the first layer. This was wonderful. 10. Adding anouther layer of paint to the portraits: okay. Zooming in just a little bit. We can now start with a little bit of brown for the snout. We are going to make some beautiful snouts by just making the brown. If you already have it, you don't have to make it again, Onda. We can just about see the color over there. And we are about ready to beautifully put it on our beautiful pugs. And we can just start with the front facing one and put in just like that a beautiful brown on his snout. Look at our beautiful that starts toe look. And there we go. We are almost done with the 1st 1 We can move on to the next one, just like that. Easy when you have Ah, very beautiful base made. You can just enjoy every moment of painting and it can become such an easy task. If you have an underlying structure to put your paint on, we can now move on to the next one, just like that. Look at how beautiful he looks and satisfied. Look, and we can move on to the smiling line Just that easy. Just a few marks and we have covered all his snout. And now we can move on to the angry one. Keep in mind to not cover the teeth, and we are just about done. 11. Last details: after everything has dried, we can make a beautiful, beautiful color. Just like that, we can add a little bit more name mentioned with some yellow Oakar. We can just add a little bit of dimension to two faces by adding just another layer to make them seem a little bit more three dimensional weaken. Go under the snout and looking for some folds and some shadows for the first, and we can now move on to the second hand. Just like that, we can add some beautiful lines at the edges of the head and an under and under the chin, going down and making some beautiful washes. Yes, making sure we don't cover everything. And we are just about done with this head, making the year a little bit more intense. And just like that, we've made this beautiful, beautiful had. Let's take some of that paint off and we can move on to the 2nd 1 just putting in just around the snout and going down just like that under the chin, making him a little bit more three dimensional. We can also add just around corners, moving on to the middle bottom one, just like that under the chin and the snout, we can make a shadow. And on the I as well as on the year, we can just about see that these look just amazing. Making some folds to the lower left had to the lower left pug. And we can take a little bit of that brown to make his snout a little bit more intense, just like that moving on to the 2nd 1 just adding the color wet where it didn't fully dry perfectly. We can add it to utter heads. Aziz. Well, making them a little bit more interest thing. We can now move on to dough last head and add a little bit of that brown just like that. And and and then you can take some of that yellow and add a little bit of that as well. Just that yellow beautiful Oakar and added to the last head just like that on top on. And we can go on the years as well. And, of course, under the chin and the snout going down in the body just like that on the neck. You can also see if we can add it somewhere else as well, like for instance, on this had and then going down under the chin of the left side, view us well and adding a little bit more color just to add a little bit more. And I mentioned to the peace just making just making a beautiful, beautiful pink with a little bit of that Oakar and a little bit of that magenta for the years we have put in the years just very fast and easy, just like that putting in the pink of the years. And we can just about see that we can move on. We can move on to making this guy's beautiful, beautiful tongue. Okay, just with a little bit of pink, we can add that beautiful dunk and on and there we go with the coloring. 12. Outline of the First three pugs: for this step, you're gonna need the liner. We're gonna outline and ink the 1st 3 drawings on the top. We're going to start with the nose. We're going to see this is a very easy way to outline. Since you already have the drawings on their knees end with nose filling it in. Now we can move on to the mouth just like that. You can move down a little bit with a line and then split it into two lines that make a beautiful smile just under his chin, making some beautiful folds. And then you can move on to making and completing his smile for his snout were just going to do a few lines, curved lines on the left and the right. And then we can move on to making his wonderful jaw. Just like not, you can just about see how easy it is to make this beautiful park. You can move on to making a little bit of a fold under his chin. Just like that, you can also move to the right side and continuing with the jaw. You can move up to the year after we've done that Weaken, move on to the eyes, just making the pupils one by one and then blocking it in, leaving a little bit of a highlight on the top left corner. You can make a semi circle for D. IAs well, and then you can move on to making the pupil a little bit bigger. If you want moving on to the right, I weaken. Do exactly the same with a semi circle and then another semi circle for the pupil, leaving a little bit of a highlight and then locking it in. We can now add a little bit of a line on the left side, connecting with the year and then, of course, the year you can now put in the fuzz and the doubling of the year as well. You can move on to the top of the head, maybe add a little bit of fuzz in between his eyes and then for the right hand side here, a little bit of fuzz continuing with the outline of the year and then the doubling of the year. And there we go. We can now move on to the second, had just with the outline of his back and his neck, and then going in straight for the year. You can just about see that you can move on to the beautiful Foz, the doubling of the year and then the year itself. Just like that, we can add his beautiful strong jaw, doubling it and then making a few folds with some curved lines that go into each other and then his neck and body. We can now move to the backhand side of his year and then the top of his head. We can also draw the eye simple semi circles with a straight edge and then his beautiful smile, his nose. We can block his nose a swell. You can see that his beautiful smile is just wonderful. Not forgetting to put a little bit of, ah, eyebrow to give a little bit of character. And in case you missed it, you can put it on the first that as well. Some dots on his beautiful snout and then the bottom of his mouth. We can now move on to turn head straight in with the jaw and some folds, making the jaw a little bit more pronounced and then moving on to some more folds under his chin. We can now make his first year just like that with the top side and then for his head. Just connecting that year with a little bit of a Foz and then the backhand side year just like that. So beautiful, making the I with a semi circle and then the pupil as well. We cannot color it in. And then we can put in his beautiful snap line, moving on to the second I a semi circle and then a pupil, leaving in a little bit of a highlight and then blocking in the rest of the pupil. You can now add some beautiful eyebrows. You can also start working on the nose, just like that, easy and fast. You can now start drawing the mouth, just his beautiful smile and then the bottom of his mouth as well. Maybe a little bit of a lip, and we can just about see that this is done 13. Outline of the last three portriaits: moving on to the bottom three heads. We are going to do just about the same. You're going to need the liner for this. And starting with the year, you can just outline where the pencil marks go, the top of his head and then the right hand side year. Just playing with that outline, making it a little bit thicker and a little bit dinner in some places. His beautiful Isom semi circles and on smaller semi circle for his pupil. We can block it in leaving a little bit of a bigger highlight to accentuate his bubbly eyes . You can also do the same for the second I leaving a big, beautiful highlight and blocking in the rest of the pupil. As you can see, it looks just wonderful, the bottom of the eye accentuating that connection with the snout. Now you can start working on the nose, blocking it in, leaving a little bit of a highlight on the top left hand side, just like that, and then we can move on to the beautiful, beautiful smile. You can start to see what a beautiful, large smile he has. You can also double the lines to make them a little bit more intense and also weaken block in the mouth as well. We could start blocking in with black, just straight lines, depending on your way of blocking in and accentuating that beautiful Deng with a little bit of a curve in the middle as well as blocking it in nice and beautiful easily not to bruise the paper you can just about see, we are almost done with the blocking weaken. Just finish the rest of it and just going over, taking our time to block this in almost perfectly just like that. Look at how beautiful and nice this little beautiful bug is. We can go in with a little bit of a folds just over there, making him a little bit more chunky, going in for the mouth again. And you could just play around until you feel satisfied with the blocking in. Just like that, you can now beautifully make his left side, and then we can add a little bit of a line for his beautiful, beautiful face for the bottom of his neck. We can now put in a little bit of ah chin just over there, accentuating it and then some more folds on the left side. As you can see, those add a little bit of character to the illustration, and we are almost done. And now we can move on to the fourth head just like that, Starting straight in with the nose on the satisfied bug. You can now move on to the mouth and a beautiful smile, his grin, his beautiful smile toward the I just adding a little bit of a line curved line and then a beautiful, beautiful line for his smile. We can now add some dots for his snout and under his chin, we can start to make this beautiful, beautiful rolls, these beautiful folds going for the year. You can just see how easy it is to outline this year for the jaw and some more folds on the back of his head. We can add some more folds, and then we are almost done with this ad as well. Not forgetting for that beautiful, beautiful I that is shut. And then, for the last drawing for the last illustration, The Last Bug, the angry one. We can accentuate the emotion by adding some more very crisp blinds and very strong angles , so that accentuates his beautiful, beautiful expression. His angry expression, as you can see, going with some more straight lines and then adding some folds we can put in the top of his head. You can start working on the top of a said, and you can just about work your way down to the second year went a little bit of fuzz on the edge of the year. You can now add in his I just like that, blocking it in the pupil and then the next I adding a little bit of on eyebrow and then the pupil, the bottom of his eye as well. And then for the knows, we're going to just do, ah, smaller nose to accentuate his motion and then the mouth that you can just do a LEP showing a little bit more. So weaken. Accentuate that emotion. Once again, you can do the top of its now working on the mouth, the bottom of his mouth and the neck and the body. Now for the smile, we're just going to do the smile and the teeth, showing one beautiful teeth, some dots for his snout. And, as you can see, just doubling some lines, just making them a little bit more intense. You've now finished the whole process of illustrating. Traditionally, this was it. The beautiful bugs, illustrations, emotions and faces from different sides. 14. Drawing your fullbody pug: we can now just move on to drawing a beautiful sideways view, our beautiful pug, by starting with a longer rectangle for the body that has on the right hand side a bigger opening and then on the left hand, a smaller one. We can now just move on with some lines to show his beautiful legs and then for the head. We're just going to draw the same beautiful rectangle. This is a side view. So we already did this head. We can now just move on to the bottom of his head and we can put in some years we can cut up that beautiful rectangle and make one year with three lines just like that and moving on , connecting the beautiful had to them body just going down with a curve. We can move on to making the jaw and connecting the head to the bottom side of his body, making a beautiful rectangle for the I. Just like that, he's starting to emerge and making a pupil as well blocking Get in. We can now put in some more angles on the head. Just my cutting that corner widow beautiful rounded shape before the nose. We are just going to make this beautiful line on. And just like that, moving on to his mouth, just going to make him beautifully smile. Look at how short and sweet he as making the back year a swell. And now, let's not forget for Let's not forget for the fuzz of the year and then beautiful low connecting that with a little bit of a chunk on. Look at back. The head is finished. Let's now move on to the body just like that, going with some curves moving to his back. Let's put a beautiful, rounded shape to suggest a small little tail for the leg. We're just going to make this beautiful, angular shape. And then just connecting it would have beautiful cylinder and making one beautiful Paul just like that for the body weaken. Just move on a slight angle just from the belly. We can go down to suggest a bigger rip gauge. Dogs have tend to have bigger rip cages than stomachs, for we can move on to making a back back leg and defining this leg in front a little bit more, moving on to, uh, leg in front, where are going to make this leg just slightly going forward just to make it a little bit more interesting. It is going with some straight lines and then for a paw, we're just gonna make this beautiful J shape letter J shape. And then for the outer Lang weaken just make it go. The opposite direction. Two lines and then a J shape. It was that easy. We can accentuate this curve on the front leg, and then we can clean up his belly. Yes, making some beautiful lines, just making Kim a little bit chunkier. And there we go with a full body side view. 15. Painting the full body pug: Okay, let's start on the full body illustration. We're going to make a beautiful yellow Oakar just like that. Maybe make it a little bit more orange. We can just about see how beautiful this wash is just like that, making it a little bit more yellow, and we can cover up all, uh, we can cover up the whole illustration and leave out the year and the I just like that going forward the legs as well and putting in just the last dabs of the first layer covering up all around the eye. And then we can make a beautiful brown color. We can take a little bit of magenta, a little bit of water, a little bit of blue, just like that, getting a little bit of blue and putting in. She asked a little bit of blue, more magenta and more blue and Dan going in with the yellow to make beautiful, beautiful brown with a little bit of magenta and a little bit of yellow in between those colors. We just made a beautiful brown for the snout, and we can cover up all of the snout just like that would a few brush marks we are done with this beautiful snout. We can now clean up the brush and make that beautiful, that beautiful yellow Oakar more intense. It just so happens that we easily can make it with the brown and the yellow on. Put in under the belly under the chin on there, the beautiful, beautiful chin and then going over for the back, back legs and under the front. Legace. Well, we can clean up our brush to pick up the color a little bit if it's too intense and then blending those beautiful layers, adding in for the back legs just like that and for the face just moving in, cleaning up the brush a little bit to make this layer a little bit more even and just finishing up the face just like that, we can now take a little bit more color at it around the chin area and going down getting a little bit of brown, just like that, to make this beautiful snout a little bit more intense. There we go, with the color. We can make a little bit of pink 40 years, and we are just done with this color layer 16. Playing with the outline: we can now start with the beautiful liner on the full body illustration and just going in with the liner on, uh, year that is facing us. We're just going to go over the outline just like that, making sure we keep our lines very clean and going for the heads just like that, with a few simple marks were done with year. Finishing that year went a little bit of fuzz and doubling it. And then we can move on to the jaw just like that, keeping that job very clean and the underside of the mouth with knows. Now we can just fill it in just like that and a beautiful smile off course. Now we can just connect with the rest of the head and make the I just like that and I and the pupil s well living and a little bit of a highlight. And for the snap, we can connect it under the I make some dots on the snout and then make some folds going down, making that beautiful lag just like that, making sure the bottom of the feet are a little bit more intense going in on the left hand side. of this first leg and then going in on the back with some beautiful folds and then going down just like that, we'd with a curve with a curve and look at how beautiful this bug starts to become. We can also go make his stale just like that, showing a little bit of a tail and then going down on the back leg just like that, making sure the Linus clean and for the feet doubling the line So it looks like it's a little bit more intense. And then for the belly, we can go with a nice curve. And for the last leg the same. We can just follow the pencil marks and do a little bit of adjustments as well. For them front leg, and that is behind weaken. Just connect it, making sure that where the lines meet at a 90 degree angle, it's a little bit more intense. And then we can add a little bit of folds just like that, barely touching the paper, and we have finished this illustration as well 17. Drawing a sitting Pug: for this step. We are going to draw a beautiful pug starting with the head. He's going to sit down like a beautiful boy just waiting for his owner to pet him just like that, working on the body the same way with a rectangle that's a little bit more open towards the chest area, basically at the top and then for the head. We're gonna start the same way with a box and then outline a little bit of a jaw. And we can now start working on the years coming off a corner and then making a beautiful rectangle just going up, one in front and one in the back. We can now just about see where we can position those beautiful eyes and then the nose. Just like that, he's starting to emerge, and then we can move on from the nose to I was making big googly eyes with a beautiful pupil, just like that on for the front. I we can just start drawing a bigger circle, a bigger circle and then block in a little bit, and then we can move on to them out, just making him smile a little bit. And on the other side of the mouth just like that connecting, moving on to the year. We can just create that beautiful fuzz. And there we go to beautiful lines, and we've already created a beautiful year. We can now start working on the body, starting with the neck, just connecting it straight down to the lower part of his body and then connecting this line towards the other line, just making almost a vertical line. And then we can move on to the front legs. 42 front legs weaken. Just use is these beautiful straight lines, just like that 123 lines. And then we can break off and make one part just like that, with a semi circle, we can make them shorter a little bit, maybe making him a little bit of a baby bug on. And there we go. That's the race. Those long legs. A long leg pug now is a short, beautiful baby thought waiting to be Pettit. There we go with the pause, just making those curves a little bit more interesting, and then we can move on to the back leg just like that, making a beautiful triangle and curving it off and then make a little bit of ah tail, make him have a little bit more angles and for the back leg just like that, we could make a little bit of a par just longer this time and then connect the belly. A very simple shape is just the triangle, and then it has a semi circle just over there in front of it, making the front leg a little bit longer and then making the tail once again making it a little bit smaller, erasing a little bit of, ah, what's left. Making the jaw just a little bit more pronounced. And then the beautiful mouth working on some details and, as you can see, making that year a little bit more pronounced and then blocking in those beautiful, bubbly eyes we cannot block in the nose as well on we have. I just finished a beautiful baby pug 18. Sitting boy watercolour: and now we can move on to the beautiful boy who's sitting down just making a little bit of that yellow Oakar and putting in a little bit of a wash all over. Just keeping in mind, too. Not cover the eyes. And the year that's facing us on, just filling in, getting close to finishing, just like that, going over the backhand side year and the rest of the body making him a little bit more chunky, and we have just finished the first layer. 19. Sittiong boy second layer of paint: after the first layer has dried, we can now put in a little bit more of this beautiful, beautiful brown orange. And just like that, we can take a little bit of water to make the color a little bit less intense. Just making this beautiful orange and putting it under the chin course and going in to make it a little bit more orange, a little bit more intense. We can just go under the chin again, just accentuating that beautiful chin and the leg behind bottom off the belly as well as his bottom. We can go over the head and the backhand side year just like that, and maybe on the right hand side, just like that, we could put in a beautiful wash. We can now make a beautiful brown by taking a little bit of blue and putting it in with some magenta and a beautiful orange and maybe a little bit of yellow on a little bit of blue on more magenta, making that color a little bit more intense with a little bit of more yellow and a little bit of blue. Ah, there we go. We have the color we can now put it on the beautiful snout. Just like that, we can cover his snout and we can just about see how beautiful this sitting boy is. We can also put a little bit of a pink on his year. We can also make a little bit of pink with the magenta just going in with some pink and getting a little bit of water and some magenta and making his year just like that. 20. Sitting boy liner: after we have finished the coloring weakened. Now go in with the liner just going for the beautiful snout for the beautiful mouth just like that, making his nose filling it in with the color just using depends a marks as guidelines and where we feel like we should change something like, for instance, making and smile bigger or adding folds. We can, of course, make those changes now going over and making his snout a little bit longer and doing that beautiful. I coloring it in and putting some dots on his snout just like that and making the mouth a little bit more dark and the snout at the bottom, making some folds underneath underneath his snout and then going in for that chin, making some lines, some folds under his chin. And then we can go. And for the right hand side, I just like that where the bottoms with a straight bottom and then a pupil and we can cover it all up. Just like that, we can fill it in and he is almost alive. Look at how beautiful he looks. We can move on making a not a fold and going down for the body making his rib cage a little bit more pronounced. And then for the lag, we can add a little bit of, ah, fold and then his beautiful par just like that, making sure we make a little bit of oven arch on the back of the leg and then we can move on to his belly just like that. And Dan, the belly is done as well. We can move on to the back leg. This is very simple. We can add a line going up and then, just like that leg is finished, we can make his tail. We could make his stale now and we can just round it up. We can move up his back. What a beautiful clean line and make some beautiful folds as well. Just like that, and connecting its we could not move on to the year just like that. We can outline his year, and we can outline it again just to make it a little bit more intense weekend at that beautiful Foz and then the right side of the year on the top of their heads, just like that, making two lines just overlapping. So it seems like it has a little bit more dimension and adding a little bit more folds just here and there and we are done. 21. Happy pug in a cup drawing 9: we can now start working on a little bit of ah, more complicated illustration. We can start with two lines, is basically a rectangle, and then it's gonna have a smaller base, basically making a beautiful cup. Just like that, we can connect it, round it off, make it a little bit wider at the top and in a straight line, connecting the two beautiful sides of the cup, rounding off just the corners and then making it a little bit more straight. We can now start to see how this cup looks just like that. Let's make a beautiful handle on the right side, just going with some straight lines and when we can just add a beautiful connection that is a little bit bigger. And then we can start doubling this line to make, uh, handle just like that on. Then we go back to double it with around it shape, and we've just made a wonderful cup almost finished there. And we can start with making this up a little bit more straight, making this cup a little bit more straight, and then we could start working on the beautiful Bug head. He's gonna have a big nice head, starting with a rectangle. It's the frontal view and we can cut corners to make his years. As you know, by now, just making extending those years just like that and then toward the right side, one weaken, Just connect them just a little bit, making a little bit more of an interesting shape here, just extending this this rectangle on the right side and left side just to make him have this interesting shape for years. As you can see, it already looks beautiful pug, and then we can work on the jaw. Just make it making it a little bit bigger and then rounding it off, we can start with the position of the nose, just like that bank in the middle. On with a semi circle, we can round it off at the bottom, making him just a big, nice round nose and then toward the mouth. We are going to do this beautifully smiling mouth just like that going up and then we can go down to make his mouth open. We can also make a beautiful thung just like that, licking his lips just like that, to show that it's a very tasty coffee and then we can just round up like that and then we can move on to blocking in the mouth with a little bit of a radiant, just like that blocking. Get in and we can now block in. Don't knows as well we can make those edges a little bit cleaner on just working on left hand side. We can start making hist now. Just show a little bit more, giving him a little bit more character. We can now, just And then we can make the eyes just like that. What small boxes and then rounding them just like that. Taking some semi circles doesn't matter if they're not identical, and then we can make pupils as well and blocked them in, just making him a little happy fellow in a cup. We can now start working on the top of the head, just making a little bit of a valley with two mountains, one shorter and one taller. And for two years we can round off and make a little bit of, uh, Foz and for the right side year as well, making it a little bit shorter on. Look at that. Look at how beautiful he looks just now. There we go, Yes, making the lobe as well. And then we can start working on making this edge a little bit more straight just to accentuate that he is in the back for this part. We're just going to use a beautiful, rounded shape to make his paw just come out of the cup. Just like that, just chilling in the cup, a very simple shape just going over. And then we can just make the other hand, just wave at us saying, Hey, I'm here just like that with a straight line and then a bigger paw. And then we can make some small three cause fingers or however you want to call them and we just made it. We can now move on to the writing on the cup, okay? And for the cup, for the writing on the Cup were just going to make two straight lines parallel lines and write the word coffee with a semi circle and then doubling that semi circle to make a C. And just like that, it was that simple. We can move on to the oh, this is too beautiful ovals, and then just for the 2nd 1 That was that easy for the F sport. Going to do something a little bit more interesting by making one bigger on one smaller. We're gonna make a small, beautiful box just like that, and then make beautiful rounded and and then 42nd 1 we're gonna the same but a little bit smaller just so we can save a little bit of space. We can now outline a little bit more the O and the C, and then we can move on to just making the e. And we can just make it like the sea just like that. Make it like the sea and then come a little bit more down and then make a straight line. And then we can just round and double the lines on. We've just made any. And for the 2nd 1 we are going to basically do the same. And we have written the word coffee. Now what can we draw to make this better? Well, let's make some beautiful hearts at the bottom as well, just making sure that f is a little bit more to find. And then we can move on two beautifully, making the heart's at the bottom just like that would a curve and then going the other way , like connecting an s shape. And then we've made first heart. And then for the 2nd 1 we can just about see making it on the side. Let's double it, but I don't know, it looks a little bit wonky. Let's erase it doesn't look that good. So I'm just going to you erase it, and then we can raise the one on the left, just making it a little bit more, a little bit more, have an interesting shape, and then we can move on to making a very, very small hard. Just like that. We've made three hearts that we needed, just erasing a little bit more of the middle heart. Just like that. You're racing all the construction lines for the writing, and then we can move on and we've done it. The drawing for the bug in a cup is done 22. Pug in a cup colour: Okay, let's work on the bug in the cup. This beautiful little pug we're gonna make a little bit of, Ah, wonderful color, more of a purple, Just a light purple for the cup. We are just going toe wash it. It's a little bit yellow, but we're just wetting the paper. And then we're gonna make a little bit of a beautiful purple just for the cup to make it a little bit more interesting. And there we go with the first wash. We can now put in a little bit more blue as well as a little bit more magenta to make this beautiful, beautiful purple color. We also can use a little bit of yellow. Add in a little bit more blue. As as you can see, this beautiful purple color has emerged, starting with the bottom of the cup, we can now add it and take a little bit more water to make those edges a little bit more soft over the cup, living a little bit of an area where we don't put color, especially in the left hand side, and then going for the cup handle. As it can see, we now have finished the first layer of paint on this beautiful cup, and now we can start putting the first layer of paint on the beautiful pug. We are just going to make that beautiful yellow Oakar just like that, getting a little bit of yellow and then covering the whole pug, except for the mouth, the eyes and the years just moving on with color on his face, going over all the areas carefully, not to cover the years or the eyes just like that. We can add a little bit of this beautiful wash and going in under his mouth and on his beautiful, beautiful leg. And then we can add a little bit more yellow to make the color a little bit more intense. As you can see, just working that wash and making this beautiful be a little bit more colorful over the years as well, where we can use a little bit of that Oakar. We can clean up the brush, take a little bit of that magenta, put it there, get a little bit of that yellow, and we can work on the years just like that, getting a little bit more color. We can now move on to the 2nd 1 Just like that putting it. They're moving it around and we have finished this first layer of the pug. 23. Final layer of colour pug in a cup: Okay, so let's start working on the writing and the hearts. We are just going to take some magenta with some water and add it to our mixing plate. We're just going to start with the hearts just like that, using the big brush and cover all of the big heart. What? Some beautiful pink? Yes, like that. Carefully making the outline and then in the middle, we can now move to the last beautiful heart by adding a little bit more color and then we can start on the writing weaken. Just carefully paint in between the lines with the tip of the brush and with the magenta, we can take a little bit more magenta to make the color a little bit more intense, and we can move on to the next letter. There we go. This is very fun and interesting. We can now move to the F just like that, carefully making the straight line and then going over. We can move on to the next letter, which is enough, but a little bit smaller. There we go on the E just like that, getting a little bit more magenta on moving the water around the Wash. Just making the writing a little bit more interesting with this added color. Okay, we can take a little bit of water, and we can make a beautiful, beautiful brown by adding a little bit of magenta, a little bit of yellow and then probably a little bit more magenta and a little bit of blue just like that, and a little bit more yellow to make it more brown. A little bit of blue just mixing until we have a beautiful brown to put on his beautiful snout just like that and weaken. Just cover his beautiful snout with this brown with a simple wash, we can make it a little bit more dark by adding a little bit more blue, a little bit more magenta and a little bit more yellow, and we have just made it a little bit more dark and at it once again, as a wash around his mouth at the bottom as well on the left side and the right side and weaken, just clean our brush and make a beautiful yellow Oakar to add a little bit more color to his beautiful beautiful. For through his beautiful hand, we can wonderfully put down a little bit of paint here and there on the right side and going in just at this beautiful color as an accent. And there we go. Wasn't that simple. 24. Liner pug in a cup : and we are almost finished just getting the liner. We are going to start to make the beautiful outline of the Cup. We can just work our weight down just like that, slowly moving and making beautiful lines, making them a little bit more intense. And we can just move on to the bottom of the cup where we can make the line a little bit thicker by doubling it. And then we can just move up on the right side, remembering to make the handle as well. Just like that, not connecting the full cup because we want to show that beautiful handle just comes out of the cup Not and then we can make the handle as well added A little bit of the curve. Just make it a little bit more elegant. We can move down and up just like that, making some beautiful outlines with the liner. Now we can finish the cup. My moving up on where it meets the hand weaken, just accentuate that line, that 90 degree angle moving forwards, making his hand and being careful not to overlap the lines too harshly and then we can just continued the cup with a straight edge just like that. And then we can move on to the beautiful mouth, making his tongue just like that and then to make his beautiful smile. We can move on, weaken, just make his beautiful smile and with some beautiful curves being careful to make this outline a little bit more preeminent. And then we can make his beautiful I his wonderful I and put in a little bit of an eyebrow as well. Moving on to the next I and the pupil s well, putting in just the second pupil. We can now add a little bit of a highlight by making a circle or a semi circle. And we can move on to the outline of the knows his big, nice what knows? And we can block it in just like that, leaving a little bit of a highlight on the top left side just like that, outlining and making it darker, leaving a little bit of a highlights and then weaken block in the right eye weaken. Just carefully block it in without bruising the paper. And there we go with the first I can start to see how beautiful this pug has started to emerge out of the paper. We can add to the second I a little bit of a highlight just like that and start blocking in and coloring with black, the whole I, without bruising the paper weaken. Just slowly build this beautiful Hank. Just like that. We can add a little bit of an outline to the top of his head just like that, and then move on to the year, making it a little bit more interesting and the beautiful Foz as well as the year we could move on to the left hand side year. Just like that, making a beautiful outline going back over it, adding a little bit of fuzz and connecting with the jaw and a cop we can add a little bit of We can add some dots to his snout. Just like that, we can add some dots here and there on his snout and move on to his hand that is waving. Look at how easy it is to have a now outline underneath to trace over. We can beautifully put in a little bit more black to the second I to make it even darker and even more interesting. Just some line on the top of his. Now we can then just add a little bit more black to his mouth. We can then start blocking in his mouth. Don't worry. We're gonna put in a little bit of pink on his beautiful tongue as well. And then we're just about done with, making the mouth, just making that tongue a little bit more interesting by adding a little bit of a curve. Let's add a little bit of Ah, eyebrow as well. Let's not forget about that, making the outline of the jaw a little bit more preliminary int and then we can add some beautiful, beautiful black to the mouth. Let's not forget to put a little bit of pink on his tongue. Just like that. Would some magenta. We've added a little bit of the pink just over there in case we forgot it. And Dan, we can move on to the outlines of the writing. Just like that, we can add some outline to the sea, just going over and making the outline a little bit more straight, a little bit more interesting and just beautifully making some beautiful marks. Don't worry, this is very easy. Since we've done the bulk of the work and the drawing stage. We can move on to the F with some straight lines and just leave out the lines that are overlapping to give this impression, that is, it's a full letter. We can now move to the second half just doing the same, keeping the outlines moving on to the letter, and we are done with second F. We can move on to the E doing the same, just covering, just covering the whole letter outline and then to the last letter, just like that, editing a little bit of the outline, making it bigger or smaller wherever we feel like it needs a little bit of editing. And just like that, we have done the beautiful lettering. For sure. You've made a better job than this, for sure. Yours looks much better, and then we can move on to the hearts and you can outline the big heart and the small heart and even the smaller heart. And with this, we have now ended the class. Look at how much you've learned. Look at how many beautiful illustrations and how many beautiful ways of simplifying the shapes and simplifying the process of illustrating. Thank you. And of course, it would be lovely to see your artworks, So please share them on the review page. Thank you. 25. Drawing a lovely couple: and for the last administration, we are going to make a couple just holding each other. And we can make a box on an angle for the head of the girl just like that, making the spaces for the years Scott ing off the corners, as we did in the past. And then we can move on to making her snout and then 40 years. We can just about see how flappy they are, just going down and like that, making her a little bit of, Ah, nice, beautiful girl and then on the top. And then we can work a little bit on the nose, just making her a big around. It knows, just making her a beautiful nose, and we can go down into the mouth. And then, just like that, we can move on to the eyes with making some beautiful boxes on. We can just about see her beautiful face. We can put in a little bit of ah, bow tie or a little bit of ah, head piece, just like that, making get beautifully nice and looking like a beautiful girl. And then we can move on to making a little bit of a neck and then just a little bit of a par just like that. What a beautiful circle. And then we can start moving on to growing her eyes, just rounding those corners, making some beautiful pupils. Then we can move on to the left hand side, making the same beautiful pupil and rounding off the corners and making some bubbly eyes blocking them in. We can block in also the nos just like that. We can put in a line for the bottom of the mouth, and then we can just make her a beautiful smile, completing this, making her jaw a little bit more accentuated. And therefore in the years we can just go in and then down and then feeling in a little bit more on the top, just making that beautiful fuzz going down for the right hand side year just like that, and then making this beautiful, beautiful tie just like that. Ah, one and down rounding the corners and we can start working on the left jaw. Make it make her a little bit more interesting. We can go down to making her partner her beautiful partner, just with a box. He's going to sit down making a beautiful box, cutting off the corners just like that for the years and then positioning the middle of the face just like that for the snout. And then we can around those corners as well, making him a beautiful nos just over there to make sure that we have the center of his face , clearly visible weaken, block it in. And then we can start on the left hand side year just like that, making it, making it stand up. And then we can move on to making his eyes. Just like not we can move on to making his mouth just like that. We can put in his mouth just making making him smile, being in love and then a little bit of his neck. We can now move on to the second year. We're just gonna make it look down a little bit. The position of the body, also a box just like that, cutting one corner. And then we can just about move this beautiful year just like that, making a beautiful year with a few simple lines and we can start working on the eyes and the pupil just like that, locking it in and then accentuating line, moving on to the left eye and blocking in the pupil. We can make him a little bit chunky, a little bit chunkier, that also seeing that we can make a beautiful tail just like that. We made a beautiful tail. We can move on well for the backhand side leg. We can just make a beautiful square and then we can just about C, how we can just make a little bit of Pau just like that rounding and and for the front side , we can make two beautiful extended legs and we are just going to use some simple lines on coming in, going down like a triangle and in connecting his belly. And now because this beautiful part is a little bit too high, we can just erase it a little bit to make it connect to his body. There we go. We can draw it in a little bit lower, just like that, making it seem like she has her paw on him. And then we can move on to the year just like that, we can move on to the bottom of his chest, to the bottom of his chest and then making a beautiful Paul. Yes, like that. Running it a little bit more. And we can just about see how this illustration looks so beautiful making that front Paul a little bit more accentuated, working a little bit on those lines. And then you're racing the lines that are not need in anymore. Just like that, we can now work are a little bit on the belly, is making it a little bit smaller and accentuating that line, erasing the belly that was first oops and raised it all. And then we can work a little bit more on defining those lines. Even better, just like that, making him a little bit of a jaw. And this is finished. There we go. 26. Couple first layer of paint: we can now start working on the couple just like that, taking a little bit of yellow, Just making a beautiful, beautiful yellow Oakar with a little bit of magenta and a lot of water. Just like that, we can start covering the beautiful, the beautiful, A couple just going over all the areas except 40 eyes. And the years just like that going for the back leg and the years just like that, making sure he's all covered up nicely. We can put in his beautiful tail and swell, maybe take up a little bit more magenta and a little bit of blue just like that, to make a difference color for Her Majesty. Just like that would a little bit of blue. And we can just about see that we are putting in a little bit of a different color. Just add a little bit more name mentioned and moving on to the beautiful girl. Just putting in the first layer, getting the color a little bit more intense. Just yellow and magenta would a little bit of blue just like that. And as you can see, we have now created just a beautiful, beautiful color. We can add a second layer to the sitting dog to the boy, and we can move on to coloring the beautiful girl just like that, remembering not to cover his not to cover her eyes or the bottom of her years just like that, getting a little bit of color to get a little bit more intense. And we are just about done. Just making a little bit more oven intense color here and there under his chin on his backhand side leg. And there we go. The first layer is done. 27. Couple second layer of paint: but the Slayer. We can make a beautiful brown with some yellow and some Oh, with some yellow and some magenta and then going in with a little bit of blue just like that. And we can just about see that we need it to be a little bit more intense, getting in some yellow, some magenta and then some blue and more blue to make it a little bit more intense, a little bit more magenta. And then we can go in on the snouts just like that. Then look at how beautiful the smelts look, being careful not to cover the eyes, making the bottom snout as well. And then we can just put in a little bit more color dragged that beautiful water at the bottom. And just like that, we can just clean out our brush and weaken. Just take a little bit of magenta just over there and make the year maybe make them a gente a little bit more intense, this beautiful pink just like that, and make her beautiful bow tie and make her beautiful tie just like that. Look at our beautiful that pink is. We can also add it to the underside of her years and intensify his year as well. There we go 28. Couple liner: we can now go in with the liner chest like that. We can start with the sitting boy starting with his head, just making a few adjustments. And then that year, look at how beautiful that year is. We can make some folds, and then at the bottom we can also add some folds. And for the knows, we're just going to make a beautiful, beautiful shape and then fill it in just like that, filling it in with the liner. We can now move on to his mouth, just going down with one line and then splitting it and making him smile and then going 40 outer side on the edge, just like that, we can now put in the rest of the year just like that and the doubling and a little bit of fuzz we can now put in the eye just like that, with a semi circle. And then we can just about see the pupil just emerge as a semi circle. We can feel it in just like that, barely that touching the paper. We can fill it in with black and here we go. We can now move on to the other. I just like that, making sure the snout line is visible as well. Let's not forget about some nice eyebrows and the pupil as well, just coloring it in just like that, making sure we cover all the pupil and we can just about see, we can just about see how beautiful this people as we can now move on to his beautiful jaw and then his belly. We can now put in his first lag, doubling the line under his feet just to give him a little bit of weight to sit in and the other leg, the other front leg with the paw just like that. And then we can move on to the back leg just like that, adding a little bit of a fold on putting it in, moving to his beautiful tail. Curly little tail. Just making that beautiful curl filling in a little bit more of the I and then moving on the tail again and on his back, just completing and then moving on to her paw, making some beautiful Paul marks, adding two lines to accentuate that Paul and then moving on to her neck. What a little bit of but a few folds and then her chin on under her chin. We can make a little bit of a fold and then moving on to her snout. Her beautiful, beautiful nos a beautiful big nose. We can now fill it in with the liner just like that, slowly building that black layer and leaving in a little bit of a highlight. You can also make her mouth maybe underlining his chin a little bit more, his mouth a little bit more, making a little bit of a lip for her. And then just that beautiful smile the top of the snout, and we can move on to the I just like that and the pupil and we can fill it in, leaving a little bit of a highlight just on the left top, left hand side and filling in the rest of the pupil, barely touching to not go to black and then not forgetting about that beautiful eyebrow completing her job. And then we can move on to the left jaw and putting in a beautiful, angular line. We can now move on to their tie, just like that, thinking that beautiful line, a beautiful centerpiece and then an accent line just to give it a little bit more and I mentioned moving on to the rest of the tie and then we can move on to her ear just like that and the bottom. A little bit of Foz. We can now make the second year on the left hand side just like that. Not forgetting to make a little bit of fuzz. And we can put in the rest of the snout and also the I. We can now connect it a little bit and making that beautiful big pupil, not forgetting to leave out a little bit of a highlight just over there on the left hand side and filling in the rest of the pupil. Yes, like that. Look how beautiful they look together. They look absolutely amazing and now just filling in a little bit of his beautiful pupil, filling it in a little bit more to give that beautiful highlight jest of their And we have finished