In this two part series you will learn the fundamentals of how to draw a single stone diamond ring in three views.
From there, you will then be shown how to bring the drawing to life using gouache and watercolour paints to render a white diamond set in a white gold band.
This lesson is perfect for all skill types as it guides you through the process with both step by step voiceover and subtitled instructions.
-2H lead pencil (standard pencil or mechanical pencil)
-Eraser/ Kneadable eraser
-clear/ see through ruler
-2 x 45 degree rulers
-Two water pots. (One for cleaning the brushes in and the other to add clean water to paints)
-Tissue/ paper towel
-plastic or ceramic plate to mix paints on
-Grey toned paper (I use liviano colour card A4smooth surface 180gsm) You can use any toned watercolour paper. It’s easier to render on grey toned paper and it helps make the colours pop and diamonds easier to paint. Another brand I use is Canson Mi Teintes Pastel Paper grey tones.
-Brushes- size 0 or 00, size 1 or 2 natural hair round brushes.
-grey watercolour (multicolour watercolour pallets-Koh-I-Noor brand.
Gouache Paints- Brand- Winsor and Newton Designers Gouache:
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