Sloth Painting using Watercolours 🌸 artistbybeauty

Painting animals using watercolours is beautiful. I love the way the colours blend and how the brushstrokes set. I usually paint in a way that builds up thick textures as I like the look and feel of it ❤

My favourite animals to paint are dogs, rabbits, cats and pigs. Basically, animals that can be found in a home or on a farm 🐶🐰😻🐷 I also enjoy painting wildlife. Some of my favourite wild animals to paint include bears, bush babies (galagos), lemurs and sloths.

Post Dec 31 2019 Pic 1 - Final

Sloths are probably the cutest slowest beings on our planet ❤ Although slow, if there is a place that they want to get to, they will get there. Even if it takes forever 🦥 They enjoy living upside down in the trees of tropical rain forests in Central and South America.

Both Central and South America are on my places-to-go list as there are many beautiful cultures, architecture, historical places, volcanoes and wonderful scenery that I need to experience. I am truly fascinated by the Amazon rain forest and beautiful birds 🕊️

Post Dec 31 2019 Pic 3 - Final

I enjoy travelling as it allows opportunity to see how other people live – their way of life and I love especially seeing places that are ancient. Hundreds or even thousands of years old. It is interesting to think that a statue that you may be staring at was crafted and witnessed by many people thousands of years ago. Makes me feel honoured in the moment 🙂

Today on my YouTube channel I am sharing with you a sloth painting using watercolours. I have been enjoying this choice of art media a lot recently. I had so much fun painting this adorable sloth ❤

I hope you enjoy the video and that it inspires you to give watercolour art a try. Thank you so much for reading and watching. Please share your thoughts below. Have a nice day!


Capili Jiron x x





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