More Color Mixing 2

My third artist’s date. I’m on a roll. I used a template from this book (affiliate link). Actually, I combined two to add the Magen David in the center. I’m making myself a Shabbat book to add prayers in as I learn them and thought I would make a cover.

I’ve traded art lessons for Hebrew lessons over the last few months and my art student assigned art homework for me! I’m printing everything on watercolor paper and illustrating each page.

I may go back into this and make the blues a bit darker, but for now I’m pleased with it. I may also add shalom at the bottom. I was going to, but since it is for the cover of my Shabbat binder instead of just a painting for Shabbat, I didn’t. It’s just really hard to not add shalom after. I also thought I could change the colors and sell them as prints if I clean up the edges.

Original values
Darker values, just because.

I also made a video to practice more voice over and making intro/outros. I’m pretty happy with the results, although I tried making a speed video and accidentally made a slo-mo video. I was able to speed it up in editing, but it could have been about half the length it is now.

About Elisha

Elisha Dasenbrock is an award winning, international watercolor artist. She paints with a limited palette on claybord. Dasenbrock graduated from the American Academy of Art in 2009 and has been painting professionally ever since.

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