Lemon Drawing on Paper, then Paint Washes Added on My iPad

As I did with my garlic drawing, I began this drawing on paper. I again used a fineliner pen. With this one I also added graphite pencil. The pencil is soluble in water.

I swished a wet brush across the pencil marks and turned them into a grey wash. I scanned the drawing into my iPad with the “Scanner Pro” app; then I took it into the “Art Set Pro” app and added some thin colour washes, coloured pencil and used smudge tools.

It’s handy to be able to smudge the fineliner pen lines in the app.

This is the finished drawing above and below are some of the processes.
*I prefer to draw with my finger, on the iPad screen rather than use a stylus, or iPad pencil.

*To enlarge the pics below, please tap on one of them. 

Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

9 thoughts on “Lemon Drawing on Paper, then Paint Washes Added on My iPad

  1. You always make me so inspired to draw and sketch. You have gifted hands and an eye for depth and color. Geez, you may soon have an art gallery of your own. Cheers! 🙂

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    1. I picked the lemon straight of the tree, so actually the stem was rather long and it also had leaves attached. 🙂 The lemon I think is lemony enough in colour, and there’s no more lemons in the pic so I won’t add any more lemon colours. I do enjoy drawing lemons, so I my draw one again soon. 🙂 Have a great day.

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