Stunning ‘DECEMBER HUES’ Calligraphy Tutorial

I hope you are good and mindfully creative! Today I am sharing beautiful ‘December Hues’ tutorial with you all.

 Let’s get going with my artwork. This time I made art work using Watercolors. It was a smooth and satisfying experience working with Watercolors. Do have a look and leave some love.

But before, proceeding further, This month there is a monthly challenge going on as “Red or Green ”, take a look below for the details of our monthly challenge.

Monthly Challenge - Dec 2021

Here is the look at ‘December Hues’ Calligraphy Tutorial:

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Stunning 'DECEMBER HUES' Calligraphy Tutorial 1
Stunning 'DECEMBER HUES' Calligraphy Tutorial 2

Follow these easy steps and make your own artwork!

  • Firstly, get your hands on the right supplies. I used Craftangles Handmade Paper (Classic Smooth White , 300 gsm) for the paper. For the Craftangles Watercolors, I used the shades Mystical Waters, Evergreen, Oh Fudge, Red Paprika.
  • Next up, I created a rough draft of guidelines and the foliage of trees.
  • Then , using Mystical Waters, Evergreen, Oh Fudge Watercolors, I created the foliage of trees making infinity loops with a pointed pen .
  • Lastly, using Red Paprika Watercolor , I letterd ‘ December, you are the last one so be the best one’.

That’s it! Your artwork is ready! Easy, right?

Below is the tutorial of making beautiful ‘December Hues’Calligraphy tutorial, Do have a look and leave some love.

Supplies used for this project  :

Craftangles Handmade Paper
Craftangles Watercolour- Mystical Waters
Craftangles Watercolour- Evergreen
Craftangles Watercolour- Oh Fudge
Craftangles Watercolour- Red Paprika.

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Hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial.

Thanks,
Kruti

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Kruti Patel

Kruti is currently an Architecture student aspiring to explore different fields of design to edify her creative journey.

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