I liked sooo much this class, was amaaaazing.
Specially when you simplify the photos "this is a rectangle, I can do that... and then these vertical lines and then a curve", thaaaat is the reason why I liked so much the lessons.
Here is my practice:
I didn't like the shape of the cup but for the sake of continue the class and learn the loose and quick paint i didn't judge too much the paint
I liked that I can see the pencil lines in the watercolor, in this one I think the black could be more wet so that the liquid looks more loose.
In this one I liked so much your technique: put some paint and blend with water, I'll try it.
This Agave Piña looks nice
I noticed that I liked to do my paintings like the croissant: a mix of some details and loose (the shadows)
I don't like too much my pizza, kind of burned buuut, I like sooo much my pie! The highlights, fiuuu, amaaazing!!
This one Amy, omg, before I had never painted food or drinks and YOU HELP ME TO DO IT AND ACHIEVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS!!!
A MILLION OF THANKS FOR THE TIPS AND FOR JUST MADE IT SOOO SIMPLE!!
My project was a couple of drinks:
That orange inside the glass was difficult!!
I think i needed more water to do the blending
Oh god, I struggle on painting some white/yellow light drink
I liked this one <3 but I didn't know how to draw the ice on the top, any suggestion, Amy?
Uhhh this is ugly, I don't know what happened... supposed to be orange but ends with a red shadow? jajajaja
I liked this one, now I'm interested in learning how to paint more drinks! Especially the white ones!
And thiiiis, I liked sooo much the texture in the water, those strokes, the loose style. Yeah, I think that I did some kind of loose style on it.
I didn't paint in 5 minutes, maybe 10 or a little more but now I want to go to a cafe and paint the drink or the dessert before the ice melts or the flies arrive. Maybe with that short time I can paint more loosely.
The only thing that matters is that I know how to draw glasses and food !! I've never done it and I feel more confident to do it! :D
Thanks sooo much, Amy ;)
P.S. I like the "broken lines" that you did in the class on how to draw a glass, are there tips for that kind of style? I have been looking what is the name but I couldn't find anything.