Hello everyone. I’m Butter bear. 2020 is just around the corner. How was 2019 like for you? For me, it was a year of many decisions. I think 2020 will be the year where I take responsibility for those decisions. Now, you can’t forget about food while drawing, can you? We’re all doing this to put some food in our mouths. Now that we’ve paid our respects to food, it’s time to draw something for the New Year! I was thinking about what I’d draw to celebrate the New Year, and I thought that the new year ahead will be like a picnic for us. When it comes to the new year, we all get nervous yet hopeful. We buy diaries saying “even a flake like me that keeps no promises can start fresh!” But the results are always the same. They say you can fix things, but not people. I was thinking of a nervous and exciting picnic, and thought of a teddy bear having a picnic on a pond. Doesn’t he look really comfortable? Look at this cutie pie But not all picnics are good. You never know what’s going to happen. I used koi to express the uncertainty under water. That doesn’t mean the koi is going to eat the teddy bear. Don’t worry. You don’t know if it will bring you luck, or loads of poop. I was going to trace like I always do, but I decided this drawing will look much better without tracing. Now I’m going to fill each one of them with pretty colors. Look at these puffy little things. Aren’t they so cute? Since it is floating in water, draw the shadow but give it little space between the object. Since the koi is practically attached to the floor, the space between the koi and the shadow is very narrow. Since I’ve been used to tracing the line, I struggled a bit trying to draw without tracing. But I much prefer this over the finished product. Don’t you think it’s cute? Now that the colors are filled, I’m going to color in more detail. Since this is a drawing without tracing, don’t emphasize the line and color it lightly. I used a spray brush to give it a softer feel. It expresses the darkness and brightness of the objects. Besides the shadow in the water, color in the shadow outside as well. What I am drawing now is a dark shadow caused by contact with the surface of the water. And now I’m coloring in the highlight to express the water. The koi is sailing through the water with its dorsal fin. Now, I’m adding a darker shade of blue to add a shadow to the waves. Now it looks like a fancy drawing. Don’t you feel like subscribing right now? We’re done! I hope everyone’s 2020 is like a fun picnic. If you enjoyed today’s video, please like, subscribe, and don’t forget to hit the notification bell~ Thank you. From Butter Bear.