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Drawing process - stone painting - phoenix by AlviaAlcedo Drawing process - stone painting - phoenix by AlviaAlcedo
Here is the answer to questions about how I'm working with stones, what materials I'm using and some other things^^

You can see on this photo: a tiny round synthetic brush (№000), a stone ( agate, 4x6cm) and tempera paints.
Do you see the drops of water on a brush handle? ))

<Update>
After painting is ready, I cover it by a special lacquer to protect painting from damage.


Stages of this drawing:
1) sketching on a paper
2) 1 layer by lacquer on a stone
3) lineart with semitransparent layer of paints (usually, it's white, on this painting too)
4) coloring (layer of basic colors)
5) shades and highlights
6) small and tiny details are added
7) Lacquer (2-5 layers, sometimes I cover stone by lacquer on basic colors stage for better protection)





Art © me :iconalviaalcedo:
Phoenix OC © :iconmelona-f:



All my necklaces are one-of-a-kind things, I won't make the same one again. Only something in similar style, but not the same.

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:iconsuperpokefreak999:
superpokefreak999 Jul 30, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
what's lacquer and where could I get some?
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:iconrala030:
好精致好美
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:iconrangerlou:
You've got more patience than I have.
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:icondepuis-la-foret:
Depuis-La-Foret Feb 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i wanna make one 8U
can you buy these supplies at walmart or target? XD
i bet the best i can do is a messed up stick figure XD
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Porcelain-Petticoats Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
True craftsmanship. This is such an incredible process, and an amazing picture that captures it.
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Enike91 Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is awsome! <3
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:icongothdra:
I still don't understand how you manage to do this. Amazing! :D
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:iconcrazygirl-lp:
such hard work! it looks beautiful *O*
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:iconbakbakgirl:
I want to ask you about the kind of stones that you use ???
thanks ...
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:iconerinfiler:
Thanks for the explanation. I didn't realize that tempera paints were more ideal for this technique than acrylics. This helps explain a lot for me. Your work is so inspiring!
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