How do you draw a holographic?
3. Create an image.
- Start with a black or dark-colored background. This will result in the hologram projection showing up bright and clear.
- Before creating the image, draw an “x” to divide the paper or screen.
- Draw an image in one of the four triangular-shaped spaces.
- Repeat the same image in the three remaining spaces.
How are holograms made on paper?
The embossed paper is then metallized. In this process, a microscopically thin layer of aluminum is vaporized onto the embossed paper. As natural white light hits the indentations and hollows in the embossed metallized surface, they diffract light, creating the effects we recognize as holography.
How are watercolors made?
At its most basic the word ‘watercolour’ describes a medium in which dry pigment is mixed first with a binder (usually gum arabic), then with water and then applied with a brush to a support such as vellum, paper, or even ivory. Watercolour can also be mixed using a lot of gum so it becomes shiny.
How do you paint a 3D effect?
Paint in layers in the shadow areas of your painting. Apply the layers in such a way that the brush follows your shadow lines toward the horizon. Apply one or two more coats to the 3D areas than you use on the surface of the image. The contrast and where you place it is what gives the painting its 3D effect.