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ATC's 1 drawing, three ways!

RitaBarakatATCdrawings6100     Hey there Rita Barakat here! Today I am sharing some ATC's  I have been working on! RitaBarakatATC100 So I had this idea - 1 drawing three ways. I  thought what if I drew one girl and traced her two more times - could I make three totally different ATC's? Of course the answer is YES! First step, trace on each ATC.( I am just drawing on tracing paper so all of the details don't necessarily transfer but that's OK. RitaBarakatATCdrawings100 With the basics in time to place, it's time to make adjustments- different hair,lips, eyes... RitaBarakatATCdrawings2100 Time for color! This time I grabbed my Art GRIP® Aquarelles. RitaBarakatATCdrawings3100 Spread the color with a wet paint brush. RitaBarakatATCdrawings4100 Hair color is so fun!!! RitaBarakatATCdrawings5100 Gold Gelatos®Colors for the background! RitaBarakatATCdrawings6100 A black PITT® Artist Pen for details and there you have it! 1 drawing, 3 ways!

 

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Rita Barakat Mixed Media Artist, Illustrator and Designer & Educator. From wall murals to itty bitty minis you can find her work in various hospitals, corporations, family homes, manufacture websites and magazines. She designs for the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® team, DCWV The Crafters Workshop and freelances for a variety of manufacturers.

 

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Beautiful as always, Rita!

How fun. Love those little ladies and their colorful hair.

Such beautiful drawings and coloring, so natural and pretty. I love this very much, can't wait to try it myself! Thanks for sharing.

WOW - your ATC's are FABULOUS Rita!!!
FABULOUS sketches and AMAZING colouring - I cannot believe how wonderfully these pencils blend together!!!

They turned out so beautiful.

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