Step-by-Step Holland Lop Bunny Rabbit
Step 2: Blocking In Main Colors And Furry Textures
While the masking fluid dries, prep your palette with the colors you will need for the painting. With the mop brush, wet then fray the tip, and dab some watered-down Cerulean Blue, Dioxazine Purple, and Ivory Black to the shadowed areas in the fur on the bunny’s face, neck, legs, tummy, and ears. With the same brush, add some very light Raw and Burnt Sienna as the foundation for darker brown patches of color in the bunny’s fur. With the ½” cat’s tongue brush, mix some Burnt Umber, Dioxazine Purple, and Ultramarine Blue together to create a warm gray, then add it to the tips and spots on the bunny’s ears.