Are you new to the world of One Line Art? Do you love minimalist designs, or are you just looking for inspiration? Then you've come to the right place. Check out the new art trend and discover our different One Line Art templates that you can download for free. Together with the artist @Silberstolz we present you new, exciting motifs every month.
What is One Line Art?
One Line Art describes an art trend that uses just one unbroken, flowing line to create complex shapes on paper. For this minimalist trend, you'll need a good, fluid pen and the appropriate paper. One line art is versatile and beautiful at the same time. Want to learn more?
Discover our One Line Art Set, which we collaborated on with the artist @silberstolz. There you will find not only the perfect pens and paper for your line but also a step-by-step guide with valuable tips from a real One Line Art expert.
How do you work with templates?
Print the template out and hatch the back side using a soft pencil that contains a lot of graphite such as a pencil in the hardness 2B or 3B.
Tip: If you hold the pencil at an angle, you’ll cover a larger area and be faster.
By the way, the rear part of the MONO 100 has been shaped in such a way that when the pen is held flat (e.g. when hatching) or when it is used heavily, the pen still lies comfortably in the hand due to the soft rounding of the end piece.
Then place the template with the hatched surface down on the watercolor paper and follow the contours with the pencil. You don’t have to trace every single popcorn. The rough structures are usually sufficient and you can then incorporate your own style. Make sure you don’t exert too much pressure and create annoying grooves in the paper that the water could collect in later.
Tip: Hold one corner of the template and look carefully under it first to see if everything has been transferred.