A little fall magic today, with the help of stencils and watercolor pencils!
What you'll be needing:
- Mixed media paper
- Goldfaber aqua watercolor pencils
- Pitt Artist brush pen (Indian red)
- Pitt Artist fine liner XS
Start by tracing the leaves stencil using Faber-Castell 2B pencil. Then mirror the image on the other side. Stencils make adding fun little details SO quick and easy!
Gently erase the dark lines, so the image is very light. This way you won't have to erase once the watercolor is down!
Wet your paintbrush and start painting over the colored pencil. Watching the pencil turn into creamy paint on the paper is always my favorite part.
Using your Pitt Artist brush pen (here I used Indian red, the PERFECT color for fall), letter your favorite quote.
Go in with your fine liner XS Pitt Artist pen and add little details. Here I did a rough outline of the leaves and I added a small shadow on the lettering.
Don't forget to have fun with it!
Chelsea has a not-so-slight obsession with all things lettering. Watching lettering videos is what got her started, and you can usually find her posting videos using every art supply she can get her hands on! From brush pens to watercolors and everything in between!