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  • Writer's pictureTania Miller

My painting process video - Timelapse

It's been a while since I posted something. Are good intentions not good enough? I won't promise anything this time, but I'm here to share my painting process with you today.


Since I didn't have any idea about video editing until recently, please try to be nicer than usual. The good thing is that I didn't know I would like it so much and enjoy it even more. The process is lengthy, but I think I will do it better over time.


I usually make drawings whenever the inspiration comes. I have sketches I made in the middle of an online course, in my planner, and my journal when I'm planning a project, honestly, anywhere. My iPad is full of pictures and sketches that I would need days with 72 hours. Who else needs them?

Once I have a sketch, I use the iPad to make a better drawing and add some more details. I even add more elements while painting. Then I print it and trace it on watercolor paper. The watercolor paper I use is 300 gm and 100% cotton. I could make the drawing right on watercolor paper, but I try to avoid using the eraser on the surface I will paint on. I like the pencil to be very light. I use an “H” pencil and make some areas even softer with a kneaded eraser.


Now, let's get into the video to see the process closer.


I hope you enjoy the video, like it, and follow me on my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Uwj4hmhonXQnJlQAZlqiw for more things to learn from my watercolor journey.


If you have any questions or want to share something with me, feel free! I love learning new things.







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