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Sketching and painting a steelhead salmon

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I thought I would give nature a try and sketch and watercolor a steelhead salmon. It's my first-ever attempt at drawing a fish, which is actually more complicated than it looks -- at least for me.

Plus, it's the first time I've used watercolors in a while. That dang iPad Pro, Apple Pencil and Procreate just keep stealing my sketching time (and the clean up is so much easier).

There's no talking in this one. My audio equipment is terrible so there's only music to accompany the sketching.

So here is my attempt at "fishing." Hope you like it. Feel free to leave any advice or comments below. And if you'd like to follow me on my sketching journey to see if, and how much, I improve along the way please subscribe.

Below are a few Amazon links for some of the art supplies I use.

Platinum Desk Fountain Pen:

Platinum carbon ink bottle ink black 60cc:

Stillman & Birn Beta Series sketchbook:

M. Graham watercolor tubes:

Winsor & Newton watercolors (the link is for a Cotman beginner set):

Da Vinci Kolinsky sable travel brushes No. 10, 6 & 4 round
(This is a great deal for real red sable. Three brush set):

Sakura Pigma Micron pens:

Lamy Safari fountain pen extra fine nib:

Pentel Aquash water brush:

My palette: Prima Marketing Watercolor Confections: The Classics (I took out the Prima paints and replaced them with half pans of M. Grahams tube paints):

Filmed with a GoPro Hero 2:

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