An apple for the teacher - Traditional Watercolor | Steps of its elaboration 🎨

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Today in Venezuela, Teacher's Day is celebrated and I wanted to dedicate a watercolor to this day.

I remember some of my teachers, some permissive and others very strict, but each of them brought knowledge in my intellect.

My sister is a primary school teacher and my mother-in-law is a kindergarten teacher, in fact, they are very passionate about their work, although it is a job that is not very well paid in Venezuela.

To give an idea to the readers of this publication, the Director of a school earns an average of $ 7.5 per month, and this amount is decreasing due to the devaluation of the local currency (Bolívar Bs.).

While painting this watercolor, I remembered that when I started in Steemit, I met a Venezuelan primary school teacher who, in a very kind and dedicated way, explained things like citing sources, such as entering the wallet, some command to aesthetically improve the publications.

The name of this Venezuelan and steemian teacher is @deisip67 is a very intelligent steemian, her publications are based on the education and advice of parents, I invite you to follow her if you want to learn about these valuable topics.

That's why I dedicate this post to @deisip67, Happy Teacher Day.

Below I show you a photographic sequence of its preparation.


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To make this painting, use the following materials and tools:


Materials and tools.
A piece of cardboard.
Pencil No. 4H.
Brushes
Watercolor


Sources


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Hola @theonlyway, gracias por esa manzana, no recuerdo haber recibido una, solo mangos, mandarinas, duraznos; pero creo que es la unica manzana, gracias por tus palabra, recibe bendiciones por tu labor que no es menos importante que las de nosotros los maestros.

Hi @theonlyway, thanks for that apple, I don't remember receiving one, just mangoes, tangerines, peaches; but I think it is the only apple, thank you for your word, receive blessings for your work that is no less important than those of us teachers.