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7 Day Challange Watercolor Illustration : Forest animals

teacher avatar Cristina Handrea

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Welcome to the challange !

      0:44

    • 2.

      Materials

      1:07

    • 3.

      Day 1 - Bear

      12:37

    • 4.

      Day 2 - Bunny

      13:50

    • 5.

      Day 3 - Squirrel

      16:05

    • 6.

      Day 4 - Deer

      11:17

    • 7.

      Day 5 - Fox

      13:02

    • 8.

      Day 6 - Beaver

      11:33

    • 9.

      Day 7 - Raccoon

      13:08

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About This Class

Everyone loves animals! This is a really fun art challage that will teach you a lot as you do it.


Whether you’re a beginner or a pro – it doesn’t matter. You can always learn something new!

This is the best time to discover a passion for painting and drawing! You will make great art in your spare time, and it won’t take you hours and hours every week. The objective is to learn and practice different techniques and artistic skills in order to create a complete illustration of one forest animal.

In this challange you will receive all the guidance needed to make your own artwork: you will start with the  drawing of the illustration, then you will continue with the watercolors, learning how to mix the primary colors to arrive to interesting and useful nuances. On the watercolor step, you will work with multiple layers of color, learning how to bring brightness and volume to your artwork by using different techniques. At the end, after the watercolor is entirely dry, you will give to your illustration a couple of dark ink accents for a cartoonish look


In this course, you will  use color in a more effective way and create amazing illustrations of famous forest animals with watercolor. You will learn the basics of watercolor painting and how to apply them on your own illustrations.
If you’re looking for an easy art project, this is a great option. You will learn a ton from this course.

If you are interested in learning more about the wonderful world of watercolor illustrations and expand your knowledge, you can find more in the courses:

7 day Challange Watercolor Illustration Famous farm animals

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1. Welcome to the challange !: Hello, my name is Christine and welcome to the seven de Forest animal watercolor illustration challenge. Each day you will experience the fun of creating your own artworks. You will be making a beautiful deer, a funny rabbit, and the happy bear. This is a very easy and enjoyable challenge to follow. You'll learn how to combine the primary colors to create vivid illustrations of the most famous animals of the forest, you will have the most delightful time learning how to layer colors and work with transparency. You will get step-by-step guidance on how to make the drawings, mix the colors and play with the line, with all of that being said, let the challenge begin. 2. Materials : On this course, you will need the next items, a cup of water to add to the colors and mixing palette. Half of one A4 watercolor paper from Canson, which has 300 grams per square meter and a very fine and smooth surface. The base colors, yellow, medium, red, blue, and burnt sienna, which belongs to the color palette called sonnet and ink liner, with a point range between 0.32 millimeters. A graphite pencil for the trawling, and a white eraser brush with a pointed tip for watercolors step the painter's tape so you can secure the paper, a couple of white napkins. So now that you know what's needed for the illustrations, Let's go into the course. 3. Day 1 - Bear: This day of the challenge, you will illustrate a very nice and lovely bare. Make sure your pencil is sharp and pointy. For this illustration, you will position the paper on portrait before starting, making sure the paper is nicely secured to the board. Now you can move to the left part of the paper on the middle line and descend on the left side with a curve until you meet the bottom. Then at the bottom, draw a straight line, moving to the right until you meet the middle of the paper. Then move up and draw the next line going to the right, that stands for the top of the leg. Then you will link the two lines with an oval form from the end of the leg, go up with the bottom of the valley and then leaving from a higher point, go down and shape the rest of the belly. Then on the bottom right corner, you will place the second leg of the bare living down from the tummy towards the corner. And then from the end of the first leg trace the bottom of the second ending with another oval shape. After that moved to the right side of the Tammy and from the middle of it live with the line upwards and then going to the left, descend back to the Tommy. Then from the left side of the paper, from above It's beg, leave them with a curve and shape the bottom of the head. Then add another counter on the right side, and on the top of it placed the right ear of the bear from the right ear, lift to the left and trace the top of the bear's head, slightly going down and then shape the left year of the bear. Now you can close the form of the head with one line going down, then move to the lower middle of the face and give the bear and nice triangle nose. And then you will go above it and shape around the nose and the mouth, another triangle like shape. Then below the nose you can now draw the mouth of the bear. Then move to the upper half of the face and give your bird too nice eyes. The one from the left smaller and the one from the right slightly bigger. Then from the middle of its chin, move down with a short line and then place the second arm of the pair going toward the right downside, resting on the leg from the left between the leg and the arm. Continue the line from the top, then give your bare a little fluffy tail at its back. One more line, honest chest. And the drawing is done. For the watercolor step. He will start by adding to your palate some brown, which you will mix with some water. And then you will add to it a little bit of yellow. The color you want to obtain is a dark caramel hue of brown. With your brush pen with color moved to the top of the bear's head and smoothly go on the top of the head, moving down on its left side, nicely countering its form. After that, you will feel it's right ear nicely moving the color so the paper can absorb evenly. Then descend on the right side of the head, on the contour and fill the center of the face using the whole body of the brush. Nicely dispersing the color on the surface. After you are done coloring the head, take a clean and dry napkin and lift the color from its mouth and nose. Then with the same napkin, continue lighting the top of the bear's head, going a little bit between the eyes. Now feel your brush from the mixing palette and using the whole body of the brush, go down on the back of the bear, nicely descending on his bottom, carefully filling the edges of the drawing, going down the left hand and the left leg. Moving the color from surface on the spots where the color is missing. Now that the left part of the bear is done, you can take some more color from the palette and move to the top of its belly. Culturing it's right-side. Then swiftly fill the rest of belly with your lovely color. Then you will go down to the right corner. Air-filled second leg, nicely covering all of its surface. Now you can take some more color from your mixing palette and feel the form of its right-hand. Carefully going with your brush on the top counter, and then going down its form until you complete it, moved to the bottom left corner and now fill its tiny tail. Now that all the bear is colored with this wonderful brown, take your clean napkin and using a small portion of it, carefully lift the color from its belly, then move to the right hand and lift some color from the top of it. So it seems like it's lighted. Now, do the same process for the bottom of its back. Gradually tapping on the surface. Don't press too hard so you don't take too much of the color. Now, you can move to the mixing palette and add to it some red next to the brown, slowly mixing them together to obtain a warm hue of pink. Now you will move to its nose and nicely filled it triangular shape. Then move to the pellet and create a dark brown. For this, you will make the brown from the main colors with some blue, mix them together and adjust them until you arrive to the color desire. Then move to the eyes and feel their culture personally doing the one from the right, and then move to the smaller one. Now, you will take the napkin once again and lift some of the color from the eyes to make them nice, shiny. Next on, take some brown from the primary colors and added to the pellet. Then you'll add some blue to the brown and adjusted until you arrive to a dark brown that you will use foreshadowing some parts of the pair. So keep adding blue and brown and make the color slightly more saturated than the one used before. Make a bigger quantity of colors so you don't run out of it while working. After you have arrived to the cold, dark brown, make sure the water color is dry. Proceed shading the pair. Firstly, you will shadow the right part of the pair nicely going on It's right cheek until the middle of the chin. Then you will give the underside of the right are a nice contour at its beginning. Now move down its leg from the right side and moving parallel with its top counter shape, a triangle like shadow on the lower part. Then you will fill with this dark brown, the underside shape as an oval. Now do the same for the other one, shadowing its underside. And then you will want to go to the left as shadowed the bottom part of it's left leg. Then you will go below the left arm and place a triangle shaped shallow. Before moving on, you can take some clean water and fade a little shadow from its right arm. Now you will move to the underside of the left arm and nicely give it a light shadow. Now, add another faded shadow to the left cheek. Then you will move up to its left ear and shadow the right base of it. And another one to the left side of the left ear. A little bit more contour on the left cheek and the night's shadow underneath its tail. Now you can add one more little shade on the top of the bears back. After that, you will go to the right side of the neck and then go down shadowing the right side of the belly, then take some water and fader shadow on its left side. If the shadow is overpowering, you can take a clean napkin and lift some of its color from the left side. For the end, take some of the diluted color from the palette and give its right-hand a medal shadow. Before moving on to the inking step, you will want to let your watercolors tryout. After the watercolor is dry, you can move into the inking step, starting from the bottom of the bare, give its tail a small culture on his bottom. Then with a thick line follow the bottom contour of the leg. Now with a thinner line on the top in the shape of the underside of the leg. Then you will move to the leg from the right and repeat the process from before. Now with a thicker line, go on the underside of the left arm and counter its edge. Then you will give its topside of faded counter. Then you will move to the bottom of the belly and with a thin line, move up till the half of it. Then you will descend on the top on the right leg, making it thinner as you go down. After that, give a thick contour to the underside of the right arm, slowly thinning it. As you go up. Now you can move to the back of the bear and from the top of it, place a short line, leave them blank portion and then continue with it on its bottom. After this, go to the right side of the head and place a shadow underneath the right year. And it's right cheek. 10 descend on the chest with a short line. Now you will go to the left side of the head and counter the underside of the year and then go down it's left cheek, making the line slightly thicker. After that, give the bottom of its eyes to ink lines on their culture. Then you will move to the nose and then the sand with two thin lines for the mouth of the pair. Now you will shape a little more the right arm using the thin tip of the liner going on its top side. And another ten line on the top of the left ear and the top of the head. Now you can counter the belly of the bear using a thin line and another thin line around the mouth of the pair. You have done a great job on this day of the challenge. Congratulations. 4. Day 2 - Bunny: On the next illustration, you will create a wonderful rabbit. Starting with the drawing, you will firstly shape It's right ear going up with a curve, moving to the right and then descending. Then adding another line at the bottom of it. Now, you will add a fold to the left side of the year and another one on the bottom. From the bottom of the right side of the year, you will go down with an outward move with a curve. Then from the left side, the year, you will go to the left with a line for the top of its head. Leaving a little space for the left year, continue going down with the left cheek, giving its edge a couple of tiny hairs. Then move back to the top and from the space left, descend with a curved line and double it on the top. Then from the bottom of the left cheek, descend with a curve that stands for the back of the rabbit. At the end of the bag, you will add a fluffy tail and then you will continue to the right with the bottom of its left leg at the end, climbed up and then move to the left. Shaping is Phi. Below the head, you will shape the left arm of the rabbit sticking out to the right and then coming back to the left side, link the end of the arm with the curve from the leg. Now underside the neck, add one more bar close to the one from the left above the hands. Place a nice curve and then descend on the right side with its nice round belly. From the right side of the right pole live outward with this thigh and then ended with his leg. Now you will move to the head of the rabbit and place two eyes, the one from the left, being slightly bigger. After that, between the eyes, you will shape its nose like a triangle and then descend with two lines, one going to the left and the other to the right. Well done. You have successfully finished the drawing of this little rabbit for the watercolors step start by adding blue to the mixing palette and nicely add some water to it. Then add a tiny bit of yellow to warm up the blue. The nuance you want to arrive to a baby blue with a very light consistency. Before you start, make sure you have enough color to cover all the surface of the bonnie after you have filled your brush with your blue, move to the left year and color the small edge of the ear, living its underside for later. Then you will move up to the right ear and color the edge from its end, carefully filling its culture. Now, you can descend to its head nicely going on its edges and it's cheeks, dragging the color on its left side and filling the cheek. Then nicely go around the nose, being careful not to cover it. After that, take your clean napkin and move to the top left side of the head, giving it some light tabs to bring some volume to the shape. Then you will continue filling the bottom of the head nicely, going on the chin. Then take some more color from the mixing palette and feel the back of the rabbit nicely moving the color to its tail. Now you will use the entire surface of the brush and swiftly feel the right side of his body covering the little pores and the chest. Then you'll take some more color and move to the bottom of it, covering the legs and the burly. Before it gets too dry, move to the color from its back and faded a little using gentle taps. Now you can continue filling the lower part of the Bernie nicely going on its back legs, taking the color and moving on tail, you will complete covering the whole body of the bunny. After you have clean your brush and your mixing palette, take some red from the primary colors and next to it, add a bit of yellow. Now in the space between them, start bringing them together, taking some more from the pink, mix them until you arrive to a warm pink, which will help you color the ears and the nose of the bonnie. So taking some color from the palette, you will start filling the underside of the left ear, carefully going along the blue so you don't mix the two colors together. You will nicely go down its form, slowly filling the edges, keeping the color as uniform and light as you can. Now take some more of the bank from the palette and move to the right ear, repeating the process nicely moving around the underside of the ear, dragging the color around, moving into the places where you needed. After that, take a tiny amount of pink and fill the form of its nodes. After that, you'll want to let the color dry for a little while. Now you will proceed creating a color that will help you give the ears some shadings. So you will add to the palate some red from the primary colors and add it to the pink from before. Give it a little mix to make it a little more transparent, and then add a small amount of brown from the primary colors. Then move to the ER from the left and leaving from the top on the underside of the year give it a shadow in the middle and one more near the left cheek of the body, going down to the end of the year. After that, you will take some more color from the mixing pellet and move to the right year and shadow the bottom of it with a thick brush stroke. Then add one more at the middle. And the tiny one on the top of the year, meeting them together. And one small accent on the top of the nose. Now you will take some more brown from the main colors and add it to the red from the mixing palette. With this being brown, you will move to the eyes and color the round form. After that, take a clean napkin and lift a bit of the color from the top of the eyes and then add to the bottom of them two little darker shadows. For the next step, you will give a good amount of blood, the mixing pellet, and some brown next to it. Now, move between the colors and mix them until you arrive to an ocean blue or more darker and warmer hue of it. After that, you will move to the lower back of the bunny, just above the tail and the sand with a shadow slowly moving on the tail. Then give the underside of the tail of the Pawnee are nice wide shadow underneath. Now you will move to the left thigh and shadow the underside of it to make it look round. Then you will go to the bottom of the leg and shadowed the left half of it. Now you will give its right phi a shadow just underneath. Then you move down and continue shadowing the entire leg of the Barney, nicely filling its form, starting with the culture. Now you will take some of the colder blue from the mixing palette. And then moving up shadowed the bottom of the right cheek. And then nicely go under the chin. Shadow, It's little chest until you meet its tiny paws. Then you will move to the belly and culturing the underside of its hands slowly start coloring the belly nicely covering the right side of it. Then you will clean your brush and fade the left side of the shadow to blend it a little now with a little bit of color on your brush. Move underside the left bar and give it a nice shadow on the right side. Then you will move below it and place a triangular shadow nicely going down the belly. Now you will place one more shadow on the right side of the right pour. After that, you will take some more dark warm blue from the mixing palette and nicely Glaser shadow on the right side of the right ear with the same color. You will now shadow the counter of its mouth. Then you will shadow the top of the left ear, spreading it to the top of the head. To after that, you will give its left cheek a couple of hairs at the end, give his bottom left ball of little finger. And two more tiny ones on the two pause from the chest. Before moving to the next step, you will want to let the color dry completely. Once the color it's dry, you can take your inking liner and proceed adding some contours. Starting from the bottom of the left leg, move to the right with a thin line and then continue with a thick line, two fingers. Then you will move to the leg from the bag and add two more fingers. Then you will counter the thigh starting from the top of it, going down. Now you will add a thick contour on the belly and another culture on the left thigh. Then you will counter the bottom of its tail and add a thick line on its lower back. Now, you will move to the left ball and conquer the tiny fingers. And then you will do the same for the right one. Then you will move up living with a thicker line counter the right cheek. And then you'll move to the left one and keep the little hairs a couple of lines moving down its back at the end. Now you will give the top of the pause too thin lines on each. And after that to more thin lines on the counter of the mouth, then you will add to the bottom of the nose and the eyes a couple of thin lines, then move to the underside of the left pole and add a small line going down the belly using the wide edge of the liner shape, the top of the right thigh. And then you will move to the right ear, shadowing it's button edges. Then going down the head. Now you will move to the left ear and shadow, It's right side and then descend on the left side of its edge between the pink and the blue, adding one more tiny line at the bottom. After that, you can culture the top of the ear, moving to the right on the top of the head. Now he will counter the bottom of the right ear, moving to the left. And then with a thick line between the pink and the blue and another one on the end of it. Following the drawing from the middle of the ear at a couple more lines. Moving to the mouth, place a couple of long pointy whiskers sticking out word free for each side of the mouth. Then the illustration is almost done. Look for empty spots that could need a couple more contours, like the left side of the head or the bottom of the front leg. A couple of lines are underside the two ears. Well done completing another day of the challenge. 5. Day 3 - Squirrel: Challenge continues with the illustration of a playful squirrel. You will start the drawing by shaping its tail. Leaving from the top middle side of the paper, going to the right with a curve that smoothly descends near the right side of the paper and ends with a pointed tip. From there, you will continue down with a wide curve that feels the bottom right corner of the paper from the middle side of Estelle go up with the back of the skull and shaping the back of its head, you will start drawing the right ear, making it pointy and with a wide underside. Then you will continue down the back of the square, shaping a wide curve till you made the lower end of the tail. After that, you will go with a line on the bottom of the paper shaping the underside of the back leg. Then you will move up and conquered the thigh, going to the left and then descending until you made the top side of the leg, on the top of the thigh, add a small line for the belly. Next time, you'll shade the top of the head, moving up to the tip of the nose and at its end, place a little nose sticking out. Then you will move them with a wide curve, shaping the chin, and moving down at one more line for its neck. Now you can move to the top of the head and add left. Year. After that, you'll start shaping the chest of the squirrel. And then you will continue up to the left side with the first arm sticking out and then end it with its underside, linking it with the rest of the belly. Next to the first arm, add to the left of it the second arm. And then you will continue with the left side of the belly until you made the tip of the bottom leg to the left side of the belly, you will add the second thigh, ending with a big leg. Now you will move to the top left side of the paper and shape on the acorn, firstly shaping its upper part with an oval form and a tiny tail underside, the top of it, you will make a U-shaped curve to complete this form. After that, moved to the bottom of the nose and the sand with the curve shape its mouth adding a tiny line to its left. Then you will go to the middle of the head and place a big round eye and the other one, smaller underside left ear. Now that you have finished showing, you can start the watercolors that you will firstly add to the mixing palettes, some red. And then next to the red, add a good amount of saturated yellow. You will want to make a big quantity of color so it can serve you through the whole process. You will start mixing the red and the yellow until you arrive to a nice warm orange before applying the color, make sure you have a clean napkin near you. Then you will start applying the color starting from the end of the tail, nicely filling its surface. And then carefully going along its edges, filling the tip of it. Then you will go up on its stop and move carefully around the right year and along the right side of the back, feel that top side of it's fluffy tail. Then you will smoothly go down its bottom half till its end, nicely spreading the color on the surface so it can dry evenly. Then take the color from the top and move it along the tail so it can spread evenly on the surface. After that, you will take some more color from the mixing palette and fill the bottom of the front leg, then moving to the one from the back. Now, taking some more color covered the bottom half of the squirrel. Moving your brush gradually, carefully filling the left side of the squirrel and spreading the color around, sorry, can have an, even a periods. Then you will want to take your napkin and lift some color from the top of the tail using sweeping moves to give the tail some hairy textures. Next, you will move to the top of its legs and to the left side of the belly. Then you will take some more orange from the mixing palette and move up on the neck of the neck of the squirrel and then nicely contour It's little arms. Being very careful not to cross the culture. You will spread the color nicely to make it smooth and then move to the head starting from the left side, you will start coloring the edges carefully following the drawing. After filling the right ear, you'll spread the rest of it on the form of the head. Then you'll take some more orange colored the left. Year and it's pointing nose. And then you will move to the acorn, carefully filling the left side of it and slowly moving to the right finish with a little slick on its tail. Now, once more, you will take the clean, dry napkin and lift some more of the color from the belly carefully moving to the chest to then you will move to the top of its head and lightly tap on the top of the mouth and around the eyes. Finally, you will give its tiny hands a couple of light tabs and then let the color try for a while. After the first layer of color is dry, you can move to the mixing pellet and proceed making color slightly more saturated than the one before, but in the same tone. So using what's left from the previous color, take some more red from the primary colors and added to the rest nicely blending it, then you will add some brown to make the color a bit more tempered, makes sure you made enough color before starting the next step. Then you will go to the tip of the tail and start applying the color going on the edges of the tail, letting some of the orange from before on the top of the tail, just between the ears. Then you will carefully follow the left side of the tail, going down along the back, and reaching the bottom of the tail, taking some more color, you will move to the right side and culture the edge and then the rest of the tail, evenly spreading the color. After that, you will move to the left side of the front leg, Culture the bottom of it, shaping its little fingers. And then nicely go on the left side of the thigh and give his bottom side a nice curved shadow. Then you take some more orange and color the right side of the back leg, letting some light on the left side of it. Now you can place a thick shadow on the hand from the front, making it thinner as it goes down the valley. From there, move to the back of the squirrel and then carefully go down to the back of it. Then you will clean your brush and smooth the left side of the shadow to make it less edgy and then blend it on the rest of the surface, carefully filling the entire surface of the thigh. After that, you will move to the shadow from the hand and smooth. The top side of it. Now takes some more diluted orange from the mixing palette and move to the right ear, coloring the right side of it, and then shadowed the right side of the head, going down the neck and then lightly coloring the chin. Then you will take some saturated orange and color the left ear and the underside of the right one. Now you will move to the acorn and canter, it's topside edges. And then the sand on its left side with a thick shadow. After that, you will place another shadow, underside hand from the back, ending with a thin line on the belly at the end, move to the eye from the middle of the head and fill its form with some bright orange from the mixing palette. And then move to the mouth and culture its edges. And a little bit of color for the nose too. After this, let the color try and clean your mixing palette. For the next layer, take a good amount of brown from the base colors and then add to it a tiny amount of blue to temper a little the brightness of its red hue with this color, you'll want to make a smaller and denser quantity. Now you can move to the right side of the tail and slowly go down with a shadow, making it wider at the bottom of the tail. Then you will move to the left and give the tail a couple of thin lines like some tiny hairs on the direction in which it moves. This will make the tail look puffy and different from the rest of the body. Then you will move to the tip of the tail and shadow the right side of it. Stop adding a couple more lines to the right side. Now, taking some more brown from the palette, shadowed the right side of its neck with a thick line and then with a thinner line descend on its back. Then you will shadow the underside of the thigh and the one of the front leg. And then move to the bottom of the second leg, shaping a little finger, and then move up along the bottom of the belly. Now, you can move to the hand from the front and add another layer on the bottom of it, moving down the belly. And another one for the hand from the back, nicely going on its bottom edge. After that, you will move to the eye and shadowed the bottom of it, leaving a bit of color from before on the upper part. Then you will move to the mixing palette and mix a little bit of blue with some brow. You will make a cold brown with which you will fill the shape of the nose. And then moved to the acorn and culture the top side of it with a little tail on the top. And then you will move to the lower part and give its left side a thin contour and a couple of lines on the middle. Now you can move to its chin and place a small shadow that goes down its neck and continues on the belly and then one more underside, the arm going down the right side of the belly. At the end, plays a small shadow on the right ear and go down until you meet the middle of the back. Well done. Before moving to the next step, make sure your watercolor is dry. For the inking step, you will start by considering the bottom of the tail till it meets the curve. And then from the underside of the tail, you will go down with a thick line and then place another line on the left side of the tip. Then you will move to the left and from below the right ear go down with a tick line till the middle of the back, then continue with a thick curve on his bottom until you meet the front leg. Then you will shape its little toes and counter the underside of the front leg. Now you will move to the leg from the bag and culture the bottom of it, shaping two little toes. Now you will go up to the left side of the thigh and go down with a thick line until you meet the leg. Then you will give its belly nice and even culture. Now, you will move below the arm from the front and with a thin line descend on the counter of the burly. After that, move back to the top of the tail and give its right side a couple of lines that end on the counter to give the tail some texture. Now you will place a thick counter underside the arm from the back and another line on the left side of the thigh. Now you can move under the chin and counter it, adding a thinner line on its snack. After that, you'll place a then counter on the top of the hands. Then you will shape the right ear with three short lines and two more for the year from the left side. Now from the nose, live with the thick curved line on the head and then move back to it and give his bottom and nice contour. After that, you will counter the left side of the face and the mouth. Now move to the top of the tail and give it nice thick line. Then from the bottom of the tail moves up with a couple of short thin lines to give it a little more texture. Now you can move to the top of the acre and following it's drawing culture, the top half, giving it a couple of small lines inside its form. And then descend on the left side of the acorn, two more little shadows on the eyes. And your illustration of a playful squirrel is now finished. Well done. 6. Day 4 - Deer: On this day of the challenge, you will illustrate a beautiful deer. Starting with the drawing, you'll begin by shaping its big ears on the top right side of the paper nicely going with a round form, adding a little fold. The right side, then you will move to the left and conquer it's back had and then nicely descend on its neck, going slightly to the right. From there, you will shape its back nicely going up and then ending with a short and pointed tail. From below detail, you'll go down with its bottom with the white curve and then descend with the first back leg and then going to the right shape, the front of the thigh. From there, you will descend with the straight line and then close the form of the leg with a line to the left side. Then from the middle of the thigh, you will go to the right as shape its belly. At the end of the belly you'll send with the first front leg slightly curved outward. And then you'll go back up with the white curve until you meet the half of the neck. After that, you will continue the line of the belly, shaping its chest with a nice curve sticking outward and then getting narrower. Now going down with the second front leg, you will cross the one from the front, going inward and then you will shape its last leg from the back with a nice round thigh and ending with two straight vertical lines. After that, you will shape it's round cheek and then move to the right with the chin. Then you will finish the counter with its forehead that ends with a small nose bridge. He will add a small line for its mouth, and a tiny nose at the end of the face. A big round eye in the middle of the face. And now you will finish the drawing with the second year. Now that you have finished the drawing, you can now prepare for the watercolors step. For the watercolor paintings step, you will start by adding to your mixing pellet a good amount of yellow from the primary colors, and then add to the yellow some read. After that, you will want to add a little bit of brown from the main colors to adjust the brightness of the neurons you are making, The nuance you will want to obtain. It's a bright clay. After you are finished creating the neurons take some color and move to the tip of the tail and then start filling its form. From there, you will go down its bottom, evenly spreading the color around the surface. Then you will color what's left from the lower back and the sand on the thigh nicely going down on its culture. And then coloring the little ankle. Move down and fill with color, the rest, the leg. Now you can take some more color and culture the back of the deer nicely following the drawing. And then crossing the belly, you will descend on the second back leg, evenly spreading the color until you meet the bottom of it. Then you will climb back up to color the rest of the belly. Before moving on, you will take a clean and dry napkin and lightly tap on the belly to make it a little more bright. Then you will go to the top of the front leg and nicely drag the color down to the end of the leg. Now, you will color the second front leg, the one from the back. And carefully spread the color down words, crossing the leg from the front of it. After that, you will take once more a clean and dry napkin end lightly tap on the top of its thigh and it's back to bring some volume to the shapes. Now you will take some more orange from the mixing palette and move up to the top of its neck, nicely descending on the left side of it. And then dragging the color axes down the front leg. Moving to the ear from the left, you will color the edge from the right side and then carefully counter its forehead nicely filling the center of the head. He will counter It's cheek moving to the right and then feel what's left from the face, carefully countering the nodes. After that, feel the left edge of the right ear with some orange. Now you will take some red from the main colors and Edit next to the orange in the space between them. Lightly mix them together until you arrive to a light peachy pink with this color, you will counter the right side of the chest nicely going down to the bottom of it. Then you will give the belly some light peachy pink on the lower part. Now you will take some more pink color and move to the top of the left ear and nicely go down on its left side. And then on this right side, then you will do the same for the year from the right, nicely coloring the underside of it. Now you will want to let the paper dry for a little while so you can apply the next layer of color. After the first layer is dry, you will start creating a color for some shadowing. So take some brown from the main colors and added to what's left from the orange, you will move to the front leg and starting from the base of the chest, go down with a thin line making good thicker as you reach the bottom of the leg. Now you can move to the second front leg and do the same, starting with a thin line and ending with a wider one, then you will take some more of the brown and color the leg from the underside of the belly, now move to the bottom of the deer and from the underside of the tail, moved down with a white shadow until you meet the ankle. Then you will move to the right side of the thigh and the sand on it to the bottom of the leg. After that, you will place a small shadow on the top side of the belly, making it wider on the left side of the leg. Now from the top of the neck, go down and then move to the left until you meet the middle of the back. Then place a short wide shadow on the left side of its little tail. Now you will move to the head of the deer and culture its cheek with a white light, making it thinner as you reach the mouth, then move to the nose and feel its form. Next, you will shadowed the right side of the left ear and the left side of the right ear. Moving to the mixing palette, add a small amount of blue to the brown to obtain a darker nuance of brown. With this brown, you will go to the eye and shaping a little spot on the top left side of it. Carefully fill the rest of it. For. Now you will take some of the red pink from the pellet and move to the underside of the year, giving it two stripes of color, 1 to the middle and one to the left side. Now, you will move to the ER from the right and repeat the process. At the end, you'll conjure the right side of the chest, carefully descending on the belly. The water colors step is now finished. Before moving on, you will want to let the color dry for a little while. For the inking step, you will start countering your illustration, living from the right side of the thigh, going down on it and continue it on the right side of the leg. Then you will move to the bottom of the deer. And living from below the tail, you will go down with a wide line until you reach the ankle. Then you will move to the second back leg and culture its left side and the right side of the thigh going down the leg with the white line. Now you can move to the left side of the front leg and nicely descend on its culture with a thin line. Going to the top of the neck, descend on the right side of the front leg, nicely ending with a wide line. Then you can give it second front leg, wide line on the left side and a thinner one to its right side. Now you will move up from the bottom of the chest, going up with a thin line after that moved to the bottom of the tail and give it a white line to his left side. And another one on its right side, nicely descending on the back. Then from the back you will move up on the culture of its neck. Then you will move to the cheek and then go to the right on the counter, placing a little mouth on the middle. After giving the nodes are small, conjure underneath it, moved to the bottom of the left ear and culture its edges, fading the line on the top. Then moving to the second year, he will do the same. Then you will counter the bottom of the eye and the top of the head going down its forehead with a thick line until you meet the notes. One more line on the counter of the belly. And your illustration of a lovely deer is now finished. Well done completing another day of this wonderful seven day challenge. 7. Day 5 - Fox: On this day of the seven day challenge, you'll create an illustration of an elegant little fox. You will start the drawing by shaping the right side of its tail, going down with the bottom of it, and then nicely shaped the tip of its fairy tale with a wide curve. Then go to the right with two more white curves for the tail. Now move to its back and draw a curve going on the left side and then climbing up with its neck after that more to the left side and shade the test of the forks, giving it a couple of tiny hairs on it. And then go down with the left side of the leg until you meet the tail. Now you will add the right side of the leg and the couple more hairs on its chest. Then you will move to the right fan shape, its second front leg on the top of the neck, you will place a wide curve for the bottom counter of its scarf. Living from the right side of the neck, place the and of the scarf shaped with two curves going up. Then you will place the chin of the forks from the left to right, giving its right cheek a couple of blocks. Then you will move to the left cheek and make a couple more locks of hair of different sizes. From there, you'll go up its head and place its left year, making it nice and pointy and giving it a couple of tiny hairs on the top of it. Then you will shape the top of its head. And then you will shape right ear, making it slightly bigger than the other with the wide underside. And in the middle, a nice fold. Now, you will move to the left center of the face and shape. It's nouns like a triangle. And then go below it and draw it smell with one line to the left and the other to the right side. From the nose, you will leave with two tall curves that meet the chicks, making the one from the right a bit wider than undecided curves, you will shape its eyes, making the one from the right slightly bigger, then close the form of the scarf on his right side. And for the end, you will go to the tip of its tail and split the tail with the sixth tagline going to its bottom. Moving into the watercolor step, you'll start by adding to your mixing pellet some red from the primary colors and a good amount of yellow next to the red. Then you'll gradually mix them, adding to the read some yellow to create a warmer hue of red. After you have finished creating the red, you will move to the left side of its neck and start coloring it. Going to the right along the contour of this curve. And then carefully the sand on the left leg, feeling the depths of the little hairs. Then you will move back to its neck and colored the right side of it and then carefully descend on the contrary of it's back. Now you can start coloring the right leg nicely, dragging the color from the top of it to inspire them. After that carefully counter the right side of the bag and the sand on the bottom of the tail. Then you will drop some color on the top of the tail and drag it down on the zigzag line so you can counter the area where the red will spread. Then taking some more color from the palette, move to the middle of the tail and start filling its form nicely, dragging the color down to its bottom, then feel what's left from the Fox's body. Now, after mixing some more red and yellow on the palette, take some of the color and fill the right side of the left year and carefully crossing the contour of its head and moving to the left side of the right here, nicely feel its form. Then the send on the right cheek, coloring the underside of the ear. Then you will move below the left ear and give his left cheek some of this beautiful red moving along the contour of the eyes and filling the rest of its forehead, descending on the bridge of the nose. At the end, you will want to take some more color from the mixing palette and drops some of it on the bottom of the left. And right leg, then below the scarf and on the contour of the back, a little bit more red on the tips of the ears and on the right cheek. And now you can leave the color to dry up before applying the next layer of color. For the next layer, you will want to take some red from the primary colors and add it to the mixing palette. Then you will add a tiny amount of yellow to obtain a warmer hue of bright red. After that, you will move to the top of its head and contrary it moving to the right and climbing on the left side of the ER. Then add a little shadow on the right side of the left here, and then move below the ear and culture the head. After that nicely shadow the left side of the bridge of the nose, feel the top of the right ear, and then give it to flecks of color. Then you will take some more color from the palette and descending on the neck, you will counter the shape of the bag until you omit the tail. Next on, you will counter the top side of the tail. And then from the zigzag contours move to the right with a couple of lines to shape. It's for now, you will go on the left side of the left leg and descend, gathering more red on the base of it. Then you will move to the left side of the neck and give it a white shadow nicely going along the contour of the scarf. Next on, you will move to the palate and start creating a light orange for the face and the tail of the fox. Start by adding to your palettes some yellow and then a small amount of brown. After you have makes them together, take some of the color and moved the left cheek and drop some color on one of his hairs. And then start filling the right side of the face, lightly spreading the color around to cover as much as you can with a tiny amount of it. Then take the color from the left and spread it on the other hairs, Moving up on the left eye and then descending on the nodes, then on its mouth and its chin. Now you can go to the underside of the right ear and cover its surface carefully not to blended with the red from the top, then you will move to the year from the left and do the same after that, takes some more color and live in from the top of his chest, feel the little hairs from the left and then go down with the color. Now, you can color the tip of the tail nicely filling its surface from the bottom to the top of it. Moving back to the mixing palette, add to the light brown from before a little bit of blue to make her warm and nice hue of light blue. With this blue, you will fill the form of the scarf, starting from the left side and carefully following its direction to the right and gently filling its corners. Now you will take some more blue and fill the end of the scarf nicely going to the right from near the back, gathering more color on it. And Hadean place some more blue on the right and the left edge of this curve. Now you will take some brown from the primary colors and add it to the blue from the palate to obtain a cold dark brown. With this dark brown, you will go to the nose and fill it's triangular shape. Then you will color the two eyes, leaving a little spot of light on the top of the circle. Now, once more, add some bright red to the palette and add it to the bottom of the tail. And two more stripes of color, one on the back of the fox and the other on the top of the tail. Then you will go underneath the scarf and shadow the top of the neck. Before moving onto the next step, make sure your watercolor is entirely dry. Now for the last step, you will start the countering from the bottom of the tail nicely going to the right with a wide curved line. Then add to the top of it a couple of tiny hairs. Now, you will climb up on the top of it with a wide line and then go down on the zigzag line from the middle of the tail, finishing with a wide line on the bottom of it. Then you will move to the neck and the sand on the back with the wide line until you meet the tail. Now you will move to its chest and culture its form nicely shaping its little hairs, and then go down to the tail. Then you will counter the left edge of the leg, shaping the little hairs from the chest and moving up to the neck. After that, you can start countering the scarf, starting from the left side and then going to the right on its bottom edge. Then you will shape the end of the scarf from the right, giving it and two lines along its form. Now with a thick line culture the chin and climbing to the right side of the cheek gave its Harry and some pointed tips. Then you will counter the underside of the right ear nicely going on the culture. And then another line on the top of the year. Now you will counter the bridge of the nose nicely going up above the right eye. And then you will do the same for the left side of the nose bridge. Then you will move to the ER from the left and descending from it, step, give its bottom contours, some thick lines, then go on to conjure of the head. Now you will shape the mouth with two thin lines on each side of it. And then you will move to the left cheek, culturing the little hairs from its side with some Nicea pointy ends. Then you will add two little flakes on the bottom of the each year. After that, you will move to the tip of the tail and give it a couple of long, thin horizontal lines for the end, move to the scarf and place a couple of wide lines on its right side, two more below the chin, and two more lines on its end. You have done a wonderful job illustrating this fox and completing another day of this beautiful challenge. Well done. 8. Day 6 - Beaver: This day of the challenge, you will illustrate a hard working Beaver. You will start the drawing shaping its head, starting from the left side with its cheek and then going down with his chin. Then you will move up and shape is left ear making it small and round. After that, moved to the left, shaping the top of the head. And then you will draw the second year, nice and round. Then you will move down with its right cheek and then finish the contour of the head on its chin. Above the chin, you will shape its little Mel, and below the mouth, you will draw too big teeth sticking out of it. Then above the mouth, you will draw its big knowns. On the left side, you will now draw the top of the cheek, land nice round eye above it. And then you'll do the same for the second I. Then living from below the left cheek, you will descend with its neck and it's bag and then the right side of the neck. Now from below the chin shape its chest and start drawing. It's right hand going inward on the belly with a tight curve. Then continue down the neck with its side. Then you will draw the left-hand going to the right and covering its chest. From the bottom of the hand. You will go down and start shaping the thigh of the first leg, going to the right and then place the leg on the bottom of it. Then from below the right arm, go down with its belly and close the form of it meeting the thigh. After that, you will draw the second leg, starting with the bottom of it and then shaping the thigh. Then move to the bottom right and shape its leg on the right side of the Beaver, you will shape its big tail, leaving from the right thigh and moving up to the right corner of the paper. And then closing the form on the right side. On the tail, you will make a grid pattern with some diagonal lines. Now that you have finished the drawing, you are ready for the watercolors. That, for the watercolors that you will start by adding to your mixing pellet some brown from the main colors, and then add to the brown a little bit of yellow. You will mix them together on the palate. And then you will move to the chest of the beaver and then start coloring it nicely, moving down between the two arm and then descending on the counter of the left thigh. Then you will go under side the right arm and color It's contour, moving to the left and then fill the rest of the belly carefully countering the right side of it. Then you will add some more color, underside, the left arm. After that, you will take some blue from the primary colors and add it to the mixing palette. After that, take some blue from the primary colors and added to the mixing palette. Then you will add the blue, a little bit of red to make the color a bit more warmer. After that, he will take some color and move to the top of the tail, carefully controlling the left side of it. Then you will move back on its top and fill its upper part. Then you will slowly drag the color down nicely countering the right side of it. Then you will feel the bottom half of the tail. Being careful not to cross the culture of the thigh, then you will move to the nose and feel it's tiny triangular form. After that, you will move to the right hand and color with blue. It's ending. And then you will do the same for the second one, gathering some more color on its end. Then you will color with blue the ends of the two legs nicely covering the bottom of them. Now you will take some more brown from the main colors and add it to the blue from the palette. After that, you will add a bit of yellow to taking some color from the palette, you will move to the left year, filling its tiny form, and then go to the right, countering the top of the head and moving to the right here. Then you will drag the color down and fill the forehead and the left cheek. Then taking some more color, you will move to the right cheek and carefully contrary its edges going down to its chin. Then you will spread the color around the nose nicely going above it. Then feeling what's left from the left cheek. Now you will take your clean dry napkin and lightly give its forehead and nose bridge. A couple of tabs to lift some color from it, then continue coloring the left side of the beaver, culturing its neck and it's back. And then fill with brown, moving to the left side, nicely dragging the color to his thigh, then take some more color and moving from the top carefully fill its left arm. Then you will descend along the belly and moved to the top of it by countering the right side of it. Then filling the rest to the left. Then you will move the color to the leg and carefully fill its form, covering the blue from its tip. Now, once more you'll take the napkin and likely lived some of the color from the back of the beaver to give it a couple of light spots. Then you will move to the right side of the neck and then nicely the sand honest right arm feeling it's for dragging the color, go down along the belly carefully filling its contours from the bottom part and the left side of the right leg. Then you will move to the top of its right thigh and then nicely descend on its leg, dragging the color from the top to the bottom of it, then fill the rest of the blue part of the leg. At the end, you will want to blend just a little the brown and the blue from the tip of its hand. After you have finished, Be sure you let your colors dry completely before moving to the inking step. Well done. For the inking step, you will start from the bottom of the left leg, controlling the back of it. And then nicely going to his right, shaping two fingers on the tip of it. Then you will move up on its right thigh. And then contrary the bottom of the right leg, shaping two more fingers on the tip of it. Then you will move up and conquer the edge of the right thigh. Moving to the tail, give his bottom right side a nice wide counter until you meet the curve. Then you will go below the belly and place a nice wide line going to the right and then descend on its left side. Now you will counter the right arm nicely going on his left side with a thin line. Then you will move to the right side of the neck. And from there, descend on its left side with a thick line until you meet the right thigh. After that, you will counter the left side of the belly and then counter the top of the left thigh. Then you will move up to his left hand and place a nice wide line on its culture, adding two little fingers to each of the hands. Now you can move to the left and give its neck and nice short line and another one wider on the bottom of the beaver. Then you will conjure it's right cheek with the wide line and then the underside of the year and the top of it with a white line. Now you will move to the eye shape, the top of the cheek. Then you will feel the eye with ink living a spot of light on the top side of the eye. Then you will move to the one from the left side, culturing the top of the cheek, and then shaping the eyes with its little spot of light. After that, you will move to the nose and give its left side effect line, and then shape its little mouth with two lines on each side of it. After that, give it a nice thick culture. Then you can move to the left cheek and go down to its chin with a thick line. Now you will counter the underside of the left ear nicely going around it. And given its middle, a nice round flick, then you will give its head top. Nice wide line, moving to the left side of the tail, contrary with a wide line going up and then move to the right side and do the same nicely countering the curve from the middle right side. Then close its shape with a thick line on the top. Now, take your time and slowly draw the grid pattern from its tail, lining from the top left to the bottom right side of the tail, making the lines a bit wider on the bottom of the tail. Now move back up and from the right top you will direct your lines to the left bottom. They don't have to be perfectly parallel or straight. So don't worry about this step. Just keep going until you reach the bottom of the tail. At the end you will place two more lines, one on the top of the right thigh and the other on the top of the nose. And your illustration is now completed. Congratulations on your progress. 9. Day 7 - Raccoon: It's day of the challenge. You will make the illustration of a playful raccoon. You will start by drawing it's left year on the top-left corner of the paper. Then you will move to the right, shaping the top of the head, and then draw the right ear with a triangle in the middle of it. Then you will go down it's left ear and shape its cheek with a couple of hairs, but different sizes. After that, you will draw the bottom of the head and then place a couple of tiny hairs on the top right cheek. Then you will move to the middle of the face and jaw, a big triangular shaped nose, and underneath it a tiny mouth. Now you will draw two oval shapes around places where the eyes will fit and close the form with a curve around the mouth. Then you will go around the left side of the mouth and place another round form below the left year. Now you can place two eyes in the middle of the oval shapes. After that, move down the left side of the head and places neck. And then you will continue by shaping the left hand going inwards covering the chest. Then you will shape the right arm nicely going down. And then on the chest. After that you will counter the left side of its belly with a fur texture and then you will place it's left thigh just underneath the left hand with the curve going down and ending with the left leg. Then from below the right arm, go to the left with the second thigh and a big wide leg after shaping the bottom of the right leg, continue with the bottom of the thigh. Now you will go underneath the right cheek and you will descend with the back of the record nicely meeting the bottom of it. Then from the bottom leaves to the right with the line that climbs up to the top right corner of the paper, shaping a pointed tip, and then the sand until it means the middle of the back. There you will give its tail a couple of lines curved downwards. So slowly move, Still, gradually adding a couple more lines across the tail until you MIT, it's deep. Now the drawing is ready for the watercolors step, well done. For the watercolor painting step, you will start by adding to your palate a good amount of blue. You will want to make this color more diluted so it can disperse easier on the surface. Once you have enough color on your palette, you can move to the left ear of the record. And from there, nicely code down on its left cheek. And then on the top of its head, coloring the right, year 2. Then you will drag the color on the rest of the face nicely going back to its left cheek and then coloring the chin and the right cheek. Now you will move to the left arm, lightly coloring its culture and then nicely go to the right side and continue on the back of the raccoon, nicely dragging the color until you emit its bottom. Then you will take some more color and move to the left thigh nicely moving to the right side. Now, take some more color and fill the counter of its left leg than dragging the color. And then move to the right leg nicely going on its bottom. Then you will move up and disperse the color evenly on the rest of his body. After you have finished applying the color on the body, you will want to take your clean and dry napkin and lively top on the areas you want to make more white and luminous light. The top of its head, the mouth, the middle of the chest, and the top of its belly. Now you will take your brush and swiftly feel the contact of the tail, starting from the bottom, nicely dragging the color upwards till the humid It's tape. Before applying the next layer of color, you will want to make sure the first layer has dried out completely. After that, you will want to create a nuance of blue which is more darker and warmer than the one used previously. So take some more blue from the primary colors, then you will grab some brown and add it to the blue. Before starting to use the color for the next layer, makes sure you made enough of it and it's more saturated than the one used before. Now you can move to the left ear and culture its left and right edges, and then move on to the top of the head, nicely contouring the bridge of the nose, filling the forehead, then you will move to its right cheek, coloring the culture of the mouth and the right cheek, and then move up and carefully fill the rest of it. Now you'll take some more color and move below the left ear and slowly going down, feel the tiny hairs from the left side of the cheek and slowly descend until you feel the corner of its chin. Then you can move up and contour the edges of the right ear, making sure you leave blank the triangle from the middle of it. Now you can move down to the left arm and starting from the left, color, its culture and nicely filled the rest of the pore. After that, you will move to the right side of the neck and culture the top of the right. Pour carefully coloring it's steep and then nicely going on the bottom of it, coloring the rest of its form, then you will drag the color down its back and filling your brush once more, you will counter the top of its right and left side of it. Now take your napkin and lift a little bit of the color from its two hands, then move back to the right thigh and nicely spread the color around its form until it's evenly dispersed. Then you will color the canter of its right leg and then slowly move the color to the right side until you cover is bottom. Now, moving to the left thigh, your counter, It's left side and carefully go around its little Harris from the belly until you meet its left leg. Now you will take some more color from the palette and move to the top of the tail. From there you will want to follow the drawing and give the tail of the record a couple of white stripes across its tail. So nicely covered the little stripes of the tail, alternating between light blue and dark blue. Carefully go on the lines of the drawing at first Countering the area you want to color. And then filling the space from the middle and adding one more stripe on the bottom of the tail. Now with the same blue, you will want to give a couple of thin vertical lines to the areas of the tail with a lighter blue and culture a little the left side of the tail and the bottom right side. After you have finished this layering step, you will move to the mixing palette and add to the blue from it some bram from the primary colors make a dark hue of blue. Then you will go to the right eye and shape a little spot of light on the top right side of it. Then you can move to the left eye and do the same. Now you will want to create a light pink. So take some red and add it to a clean spot on the mixing palette. You will go to the nose and color, It's triangle shape. Then you will take some more color and fill the middle of each year nicely going on the edges. Being careful not to cover the blue part. Now that you have finished the watercolors step, you will want to let the colors dry out before moving into the next step. So you will start from the left side of the right leg and culture its bottom nicely going to the right and reaching its bottom. Then you will give its leg two little fingers on its tip. Then you will go up the leg and control the left side of the thigh. After that, you will shape the bottom of the tail. Then you will go up to the right side of the neck. And leaving with the wide line, make it thinner as you reach the middle of the back. We'll move to the left and culture the bottom of the right arm, giving its tip two little fingers. Then you will conquer the top of the arm with a thin line. Now you will move to the bottom left and contour of the leg from the left side and then climb up to the thigh giving its edge and nice wide line. Then you will move to the left side of the belly and give its little hairs a couple of lines and the nice wide line on the bottom of it. Now you will counter the underside of the left-hand, nicely culturing the tip of it and giving its end two little lines for the fingers. At the end, you will counter the top of it with a thin line. Then you will move to the left cheek and slowly moving to the right. You will culture its chin and cross it until you reach the right cheek. Then you will climb up the cheek and reach the right year nicely controlling the right side of it. Then you will counter the of it and the left side of it. Then you will give its left cheek a couple of thin lines on the hairs, nicely shaping its edges. And then place a white line on the top of the left year, moving up to the right side and placing a couple of hairs on the top of the head, then you can move to the right side of the mouth and nicely contour around the mouth and eyes, going around the bridge of the nose. And then you will move to the left side of the mouth and culture the cheek. Now you can move to the right side of the nose and descend on the mouth with 210 lights. Then shape the left side of the nose and the top of it. Then you will give the two eyes, two contours on the bottom and then move to the inside of the year and culture its edges. Now at last, you will give the tail and nice thick culture, making sure you go around the little hairs that are sticking out and then end the line on the bottom. Then you will move on the left side of the tail and moving up, give it a couple of thin lines. Now you will go along the lines between the light blue and dark blue and nicely give them a couple of flicks. Nicely going to the bottom, encountering the lines from the right side at the end plates a couple of thin vertical lines on the direction of the tail. You have done a great job illustrating this beautiful raccoon congrats on finishing another day of the seven day challenge.