Happy Fourth of July

It’s Tuesday and the 4th of July! Hope everyone has a fun and exciting but safe day! I’m spending the morning here in the Big D and then heading home this afternoon so I can get back to studying for my exam I have in less than a week now. 😧 At least that is the plan as I am typing this. Anyways, since it’s the 4th of July I wanted to do something else fun for today’s post even though I did something last week. So, let’s get started with “Happy Fourth of July…”

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American Flag Drawing:

Step #1:

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The first thing I did was trace over my pencil draw American Flag with my Tombow Dual Brush Pen number N15.

Step #2:

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Then using my Tombow Dual Brush Pen number 535 I carefully colored in the square area for where the stars will go.

Step #3:

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After coloring in the square area, I carefully used Tombow Dual Brush Pen number 885 to color in every other stripe on my American Flag.

Step #4:

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Finally, I used my DecoColor Opaque White Paint Pen to draw my stars in my square area making a total of 13 of the original 13 colonies.

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American Song:

Step #1:

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Once I had my American Flag finished, I used my Tombow Dual Brush Pen number 535 to calligraphy a portion of the “The Star-Spangled Banner”Β  by Francis Scott Key.

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Satisfied with everything, I uploaded all my pictures into Photoshop Elements 13 and edited accordingly. Then I manipulated my calligraphy saying to fit my American Flag.

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There you go! A creative way to draw “Happy Fourth of July” Hope you enjoyed!

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