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Japandi Ginkgo drawing

Japandi Ginkgo drawing
30 minEasy

Whether small or large decorations, they give your house or apartment its own character. This elegant DIY project using pigment liner is an absolute must. The self-designed drawing in Japanese-Scandinavian style will give your home a very special touch. The pared-down aesthetic of the ginkgo leaves exude tranquillity and calms the desire for simplicity. The drawing, combined with furniture and accessories in straight lines, brings modern comfort to your home – totally Japandi.

Claudia

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Ginkgo drawing ▪ DIY Tutorial | STAEDTLER

Step-by-step tutorial

Use a soft pencil (Mars Lumograph, 2B) to evenly shade the back of the template motif.

Download template

Tip: You can enlarge the template for paper sizes larger than A4. For larger motifs, you should only use the pigment liners with a line width of 1.0 or 1.2.

Place the template precisely (with the front facing up) on the drafting paper. Then trace the outlines and lines using a sharpened pencil (HB). This transfers the motif onto the paper. Before removing the template, check if all the lines have transferred.

Trace the outlines of the Ginkgo leaves with a pigment liner. Then trace all the inner lines with the pigment liner.

Finally, remove all pencil lines with the eraser.

Material overview

What you need

ProductArticle no.Quantity
Mars® Lumograph® 100 Drawing pencil - Single product 2B 100-2B 1
Mars® Lumograph® 100 Drawing pencil - Single product HB 100-HB 1

Additionally required:

Copy of template, A4 paper size

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