Tiger), Acrylic Paint, paintbrush, black and coloured pens, paint palette (or plate like me) and water pot. You may want to varnish these aswell, but acrylic should hold up well to washing - just maybe not the dishwasher.
So first you need to decide on your characters, I went with a bunny rabbit and fox as I felt that the pointed ends lent themselves to these animals. I did a little sketch first so that I had an idea first, but you many want to just go for it.
I added in a few of the features with the paint, pink ears for the bunny and a bit more orange for the fox ears, then left them to dry. I used my water pot to stand them up to dry, so that one side didn't get smudged.
Then, to add detail, I used a black pen to do the eyes of the fox and outline detail on both the fox and bunny ears.
This Post is in collaboration with Tiger
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