I Bought The First 3 Art Products Instagram Recommended Me

Back my pins! Ссылка#/ This video is inspired by Safiya Nygaards series! I did mention …. как нарисовать животное на тестировании

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    • Vinh Phan it’s the first time I’ve done it — wanted to try it out 🙂 I don’t have anything else like this planned in the future, I have lots of different ideas coming soon

  1. At least your Instagram ads actually match what you’re into. My ads are for movies and to stop smoking, even though I’m obviously an art account.

  2. *you stick the water in the hole*
    The Star Wars style words going upwards look so cool and that’s funny…..
    I’ll leave

  3. I’m so happy for you! It’s always nice to hear «there’s some good content coming soon so stay tuned», and it also makes your subscribers happy! Have a nice day, Chole 🙂

  4. ah trivia! Karandash means pencil in Russian! Finally all those 4 years of learning Russian are worth something haha

  5. Yay I’m early 🙂
    I love ur videos and I think u are an amazing artist and inspire me every day!!!!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️


  6. At first I thought the enamel pin with the «art block» actually was showcasing the fact that art is painful. i. e like stepping on a lego! Either way, love the pins!

  7. You sat on the poor little bucket thing? :DD Sorry, but it’s so funny! 😀 (I mean it’s not funny, I would be totally angry if I managed that in probably very short time after getting it, but when you were showing it was broken I’ve thought oh, too much supplies maybe? That’s pity and then you said that you sat on it and it’s so cartoon-y I just had to laugh. :D. Ok, sorry, back to actual comment. I think that the drawing looks awesome considering that you use nail polish and the brush things from the nail polish itself! Yeah it’s not so ideal when seen closer but still, I think you did great job with the nail polish!
    And good luck with the moving! 🙂

  8. Went straight to the site and backed your pins, thanks for reminding me! I constantly sit on things and break them too, haha.

  9. To make the nail polish more smooth in the drawing and come to life is to use a top coat (AKA Clear Polish).
    It makes it more shiny and brings the nail polish to life.
    I don’t know if it’ll work in drawings though, but I do nailart and top coat smooths out nail polish and gets rid of all of that.

  10. Hahaha omg I have a paint water bottle in the basement that I had to label so I wouldn’t drink it. Those pins speak to my soul. XD

  11. I use nail polish in my artwork when I make artist trading cards (ATC’S) rather regularly. However I typically don’t use them for finer details mostly for creating backgrounds or to make something «pop» a bit more.

  12. when I first started painting I first used nail polish because it was the only paint I had lol, but I just randomly wanted to start painting so I did, I mean you can pretty much use anything to paint with, haha.
    now thankfully I have lots of different paints from craft stores 😀 even if you don’t have a lot of money stores have cheaper paints that still works, and if you just wanna start doing art like me you can really use anything to make art 😀

    • nø but i gøt cheez whiz thank you! I want to upgrade my editing software over the summer so it should improve even more 🙂

    • qυєєи тєєи idlєTM I HAVE ACTUALLY THOUGHT ABOUT DOING THAT!!! I need to look into the supplies I’d need!

  13. If it’s any consolation, I looked up the bucket on amazon and two of the reviews said the water part broke very quickly anyway. Someone already said it, but the nail varnish blotchiness doesn’t show from a distance, only when you zoomed in.

  14. Good luck with the move! (Lol I think you could have allowed yourself to use a different brush for detail xD But respect for the dedication!)

    • Hello! I started with simple crayola pencils and markers and moved on to Prismacolor and Derwent colored pencils. It dramatically improved my confidence in my drawing to be able to have nicer pencils so if you’re looking for practice I would start with either one but the nicer pencils do give that boost of confidence. You also need a good quality pencil sharpener that won’t eat at your pencils and make the lead snap — the basic metal pencil sharpeners from Hobby Lobby are great- they are German-made I believe, and are the «Kum» brand or something like that. For mixed media and pretty details, you can also use Sharpies and any type of gel pen with your colored pencils-Walmart& Hobby Lobby usually have the best selection. (I like the «Write-Dudes» brand, Gellyroll, or Pentel Slicci the most) Feel free to ask any questions. Best of luck!!!

      P.S. you can always find great stuff on Amazon if you can’t find it in stores, and they sometimes have cheaper prices. For example, I cannot for the life of me find Metallic Watercolor Derwent pencils in any stores any more so I ordered them from Amazon for half the price I remember paying in stores.

    • Elisabeth Hickerson thank u so much I do have a question I’m barely learning how to draw . Do u know what you start of on ? I know u start on 3D shapes but after that what’s the next step?

    • * Amanders * It just takes a lot of practice…I usually started with looking at images of things I was unfamiliar with drawing and then worked on perfecting 3D realism. Other things you can move on to practicing are colors, shadows, lighting, details, pretty much whatever you want. That’s the fun of drawing. You can make it look however you want, whether it looks realistic or abstract. Whatever you strive for I would say practice a LOT. Practice will go a long way. And have patience too. Great art takes great patience. It has taken me years to get to where I am now. I started drawing when I was 2 years old and it’s taken me 19 years to perfect it and I’m still learning!

      P.S. having nice art supplies is great when paired with nice sketchbooks. For doodles and practice art just any printer paper or sketchbook will do, but once you start gaining some confidence in your work and you want to move on to better paper, the Strathmore sketchbooks are just awesome. They come in all kinds of colors too- they have generic white sketching paper but they also have grey and tan-toned sketchbooks which are very fun to use. Best of luck!!!

      P.S.S. I forgot to mention that a couple years ago I didn’t think I would learn anything new from taking an art class but I did and a lot of the work I do now is often from things I learned when taking those classes- i took an art appreciation course and an art drawing course and my instructor is the one that I got the idea from to buy grey-toned sketchbooks. You can take basic drawing courses from community colleges and I think some Hobby Lobby’s have drawing classes. It might be a great way to link up with other artists!

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