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Studies about new materials, techniques and experiences in my drawing process. Simple ideas, shared with you. Ideal for children.

watercolor dog sleeping
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 August 2016

Here are some of the drawings I have done lately. In general, my favorite subjects are animals, cute things, loving scenes and the whinsical. I like warm colors with a...

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blue watercolor sketch study of shadows
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 04 July 2016

This watercolor study was done to test small compositions of a landscape. I made some different sized rectangles and quick pencil drawings. I didn’t focus in the details of the...

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presenter and guest at an arts tv show
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 27 June 2016

I have appeared on a local tv show here giving some tips about watercolor use. It was a new experience for me… and very improvised! Here’s the video (but is...

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girl and 3 dogs looking the street
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 23 June 2016

“Oops, what is there? Some people coming? Or is it a horse? ” It was nothing, little dogs! Hehehe All three dogs are very fond of looking through the green...

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details of an ink horse drawing
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 13 June 2016

This drawing is part of a series with animals created using colored pens and India ink (permanent and really dark). There were no sketches, only the brush and the ink...

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studying colorful red yellow blue dogs
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 24 May 2016

Here are some quick dog drawings I made. I do not know if you can notice but there are only three different dogs all the time! heheh I have changed...

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watercolor cat studies wip
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 23 May 2016

I was studying last week how to draw cats. In fact, to be more precise, Ozzy, the cat of my cousin and her friend! I got some pictures of this...

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watercolor drawing realistic apple
Posted by Bia Watanabe | 23 April 2016

One of the first drawings with watercolour, that I did when I returned to painting. Many details fit into a simple and beautiful apple.

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