Hey y’all, It’s Katie here and today I want to show you how to draw Fall leaves and create a cute Autumn-y illustration!
- Tombow MONO Drawing Pens
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- Watercolor Paper
- Tombow Irojiten Colored Pencils
- Tombow Blending Kit
How to Draw Fall Leaves:
For the first part of this tutorial, I made some very simple step-by-step guides for to show you how to draw fall leaves:
Aren’t those fun and easy? Now that you can doodle leaves, let’s make a fun Fall illustration!
Start with a sketch. My illustration is going to be of a very Autumn-y girl, with leaves flowing in her hair.
Color in your illustration with a base coat of Dual Brush Pen colors.
I picked out a very Autumn color scheme: 942, 772, 837, 679, 946, 993, 991, & 312.
I applied the Dual Brush Pens by scribbling the ink onto a Blending Palette and then picking up the ink color with a wet paintbrush for a soft watercolor feel. Learn more about using the Dual Brush Pens as watercolors in Bonnie’s tutorial.
Use Irojiten Colored Pencils over top of the marker ink to add details and layer shadows!
I used Volume 5 from the Woodlands Irojiten Pencil Set because I felt the colors matched my marker choices best, but I also added in a bright yellow pencil from Volume 2 for her hair.
These pencils have such a nice creamy texture and work beautifully over top of the Dual Brush Pens!
Add on your favorite Autumn quote!
Happy Fall, Y’all!