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Curious Kitty

by AnneMarie DeRenard
(LasVegas, NV.)

Here Kitty, kitty.

Here Kitty, kitty.

Each week in Art class we have to be working on a project. I always do something that I can finish during that class or within the next week. I found this in one of the calenders left in our classroom. I did the outlines in watercolor pencil, filled in the color and did shading with watercolor brush tip pens then finishes with opaque watercolor paint.

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Mar 26, 2014
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by: Mary Ann

Be careful in copying printed photographs or paintings. BUT, just so you know, you could have made a very dramatic painting here by having a very dark background that blended into the back (black) of the cat, bringing out the dramatics of the face, chest and paws. Try this again. Leave out the flower and just work on the cat. It is always a good idea to have soft edges somewhere in your work. You could have the "Rembrandt" effect in this piece.

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