Yellow Adds a Glow to New Abstract Drawing

Yellow Adds a Glow to New Abstract Drawing

Drawing paper with colored pens and pencils give birth to abstract drawings. The broad sweeping lines of yellow were set to begin the drawing. Then by moving into orange, shades of brown and tan I had drawn thick lines in light violet color to show the left and right sweeping areas. The yellow is one of the colors which provides glow to the drawing. This glow is achieved by filling in some of the spaces with yellow squiggles. Black and red pens were used to outline and fill some of the inner shapes. Thus, the drawing was complete.

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Yellow Adds a Glow to New Abstract Drawing

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