Thank You . Yes it is watercolor on smooth watercolor paper. I use different sizes of brushes...and for small lines i usually use small thin brushes. Also to make the lines dark and to help them stand out I use dark colors like dark blue, brown and even black...and little water. I know many people think dark colors in watercolor are terrible, but is you use them the right way, they will create winders! these colors are very useful, especially for outlining and contrast! Hope that answered your questions .
This is absolutely gorgeous! I would so see this as a book illustration at the beginning of the chapter. The colors are so nice and warm, and the way you curved the lines a bit adds a kind of a magical feeling to it, which is just perfect, regarding we're taking about the HP world. I would totally see this as a Daily Deviation. I might even suggest it myself!
I really like this, with all the curved lines and what. The sort of softer palate is really pleasant. However, I wish that instead of drawing Hagrid's hut (and this is an awesome interpretation of it, by the way), you had drawn a scene from the chapter itself. But you know, whatever. I still love this picture. I love the standing stones in the background.
hahaha..it kind of is from the chapter...as deep between the lines as it is ...he did say he's the keeper of the keys at Hogwarts...But I know what you mean...I just couldn't find a better subject for it...the next one i will have it from the chapter...maybe a bit exaggerated...but from the chapter it still is . Besides...I'm trying not to do the paintings word for word...and more like paintings made after Legends..if you know what I mean?...thanks for the comment though ...hardly anyone talks to me about their true feelings!
cool. I like the illustrative style you have. I like how you kept some thing just in silhouette, and the hut in the foreground in detail. The frame is a nice added touch as well, and goes well with the light source you have. Bravo all around.