Drawing: Jelly Fish

Nani Puspasari, Jelly Fish #01 and #02, 2010, watercolor on paper, 20.5 x 15 cm

The aim is to improve my drawing skills and color sensitivity through the use of watercolor in small mediums. This experiment included a splash technique to enhanced details inside the image. Shapes and colors of jellyfish photographs found on the Internet inspired me. I was amazed by this creature’s form and beautiful colour. I studied it, learned it and finally transform it into an abstract drawing.

Inspiration. resources: flickr

1 notes:

cecilliahidayat said...

Naniiiii this is beautiful!
i could imagine this to be printed on fabric and make a summer dress out of it XD

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