Attempting to paint each other // Jessie and Claud // AD [CC]

Attempting to paint each other // Jessie and Claud // AD [CC]

– Hello, lovely people, and welcome to what I hope will be a beautiful, calming video for you. Maybe you want to do something
while you watch this. Maybe you want to paint along with us. Maybe you just want to find out what on earth we manage to paint. I’ve recently been
approached by Skillshare, which if you don’t know, is
an online learning platform. They have a variety of classes that teach you really a
whole range of things. My God, I had a look at it. Some of it terrifies me. It’s about how you could do better in your career and productivity, or graphic design, which
also could be your career. But also fun stuff, like
hobbies and that type of stuff. And the reason they came to talk to me is because where they
didn’t have captions before, now all Skillshare originals, and many of their other
courses have captions, which is very exciting. But I didn’t want to
just do a little like, boom, spot and talk about it. Instead I thought, it
would be really exciting if Claudia and I actually gave… There’s now a dog in this video. Wouldn’t take no for an answer. So instead of doing a little
spot, where I just say, “Oh, Skillshare is this,
you should join up. If you click the link in the description, you’ll get a two-month free trial,” although you do, instead, I thought that Claudia and I would take on one of these tutorials and challenge each other to
see who could do it best. So, we picked a course that is all about watercolor painting and we’re going to try
and paint each other in a, as close as we possibly can, whilst also being inspired
by this beautiful, beautiful bunch of flowers. Stay watching until the end to find out what beauties we create, and have your say on
which is actually better. I mean let’s be honest, I take five times as
long to do everything, so probably not mine. (crickets chirping) In the meantime, don’t
forget that you can join 7 million other creatives
who use Skillshare to enhance their career, better themselves or their hobbies, generally be awesome human beings. If you want to up your
Instagram game for instance, there are all types of courses on that. Photography, they’ve got that. Editing, they’ve got that. Just lovely fine arts
stuff, they’ve got that too. Even gardening, which we really need, because our garden’s a waste land. (light jazz music) – Well, this is a nice activity. – You’re happy I pulled you
in for this kind of a video? – Yes. Right, I’ve got some paper. – Yes. – That we can sketch our initial– – Okay, beauty
– plans. initial drawings, and plans. I’m not the tidiest of people. – [Claudia] Yes, but you’ve
got very controlled hands for small detail.
– Yes! – You love that kind of stuff. – I’m weirdly good at drawing. – Where is I’m way more where like, I love stone carving. – [Jessica] Yeah, massive things. – [Claudia] Acrylic
paintings more my thing. Watercolors, I’ve always botched up. It’s just like I just
get too carried away, I’m too impatient and
the water and everything just merges. – (laughs) – It’s not like a nice watercolor bloom. – Matilda, I have to say, I do actually use my right arm. There we go. – I put this in
– Get the dog down. Just to look at for an inspiration. – Oh, yeah. – This we bought in Malacca in Malaysia, which is a very artistic
place and they have lots of artists live there. It’s got these old nyonya, which are kind of quite
influenced from, like, the Dutch. – When was this,
– Yes. when they went there. Then they’ve got the shutters and things, but you can see it’s quite still, like penciled marks here. And so on, and then
they’ve just sort of done this kind of wet wash kind of look, which is a bit different
from the video we watched which was more controlled,
– Yes. like, what is it, wet on dry? This is, I think this was done, look at me, talking like an expert now. – Oh, she knows everything now. – Oh, wet on wet. – Oh, yes, okay. – This is the watercolor
paper that I’ve got. – And they’re obviously
recommended acid free stuff. If we want to cheat, well it’s not cheating but I have got watercolor pencils. – [Jessica] For sure. – [Claudia] So you can like– – Always an option. – Get some really fine marks with that. – Yeah. (light jazz music) – (laughs) – (laughs) (light jazz music) – I’m kind of drawing as I go along. – Uh huh. – I mean I’m planning
as I draw kind of thing. – I feel quite stressed about this already because I know that you’re going to go, “That doesn’t look, do you think that really looks like me?” Like when I did the Sims of you. – You did hilariously! So we made each other in the Sims. Claudia made me look like a drag queen. Can you look down but at me? Sorry, no (laughs) – (laughs) (light jazz music) – [Jessica] Oh, I’m putting it down. – Okay, fine. (laughs) – (laughs) – [Claudia] So, what we call pans… – [Jessica] Yes, have you got tubes? Okay, we’ve got pans. – And tubes. – [Jessica] That’s a pan. These are tubes. – [Claudia] Should be like an art exam. I’m going to be hungry soon, it’s 1:30 already. – You’re always hungry. – 45 minutes, darling. – 45 minutes. – We’ll just do as much as we can, doesn’t need to be finished. (laughs) – Did you make me look like a drag queen? – The placement– – She gave me flower boobs. – But the placement of them was… – Starting now. (urgent cello music) (boing, boing, boing) (urgent cello music) – (laughs) – Every time, I look… – Literally just staring in one place. Please, please. – I’m trying, I’m looking at you. (urgent cello music) – Okay, we have 30 minutes left. – Oh my God. – Do me a favor. Put your head in a position and just keep it there. – I’m trying. – You don’t have to rub out the whole… – It’s happened. – (laughs) – [Claudia] But the
idea is that you draw it and then very lightly rub it all out, isn’t it? – 25 minutes to go. – Oh my God. – That’s it, this is just one of our many sets of watercolor paint. We came into this relationship with like two sets of each type of paint, each. At least my Dad would be proud of this video. My Dad is an artist. He is amazing. I will never be as good as him. I realized that when I was like, three. – Aww. – I had a little breakdown about it. – So you were, what, three,
– (laughs) so he’d have like how ever many years he was that old to practice like that. – Yeah, yeah, no, I’ve
lived with an intense, intense, “My art will never
be good enough” feeling. (urgent cello music) (alarm rings) – Oh my God. – What? No, no it’s my medication! – Oh, gosh. – It’s fine. – I was like, “What!”. – Okay, not a lot of time left, honey. To be fair, I’ve not even
started painting you. – You’ve just been leaves. Am I just leaves to you? – (laughs) – [Claudia] Guess the
whole idea, as well is that we’re so used to things
being so instant now, with digital processing
and like Photoshop. “I want it to be like
that color” and it just like fills the whole thing. Like, having to do things by hand, the reason it’s rewarding is because it takes patience and time and like time actually is, you know, a really special thing
that we should value. You know, we see someone’s artwork – Yeah – Or craftwork, the reason we value it and like it so much, I think, is because you realize how much time went into it. It’s like– – Right, wonky cakes taste better. – Yeah, I got that. – Their made of love, not by machine. – [Claudia] I must say,
having watched that video on Skillshare I do feel
a bit more confident with my technique of watercolors. I’ve always struggled with watercolors but just having watched
that, and like watching someone do it and taking
the time to sort of have it explained to me– – [Jessica] I’m pleased with
these overly detailed leaves. – (laughs) Unfortunately, none of
Claudia remains painted. – (laughs) But– (alarm rings) Oh, no! – No! – Let’s give ourselves
an extra, we started at twenty-five til,
– Yeah. Let’s give ourselves an extra 10 minutes. – Ten minutes. (urgent cello music) – Why don’t we both be like,
“Hey, let’s paint a flower.” – I know, well I did say that to you. – (laughs) – This morning, to be fair. I did say, “Why don’t we
both just paint a flower?” and you were like, “No,
we’re going to do portraits.” and I was like, “Christ,
that’s like the hardest thing you can probably do in a watercolor.” – Yeah, I hate me, too, right now. So, we’ve eventually reached
the point where we have to be like, “This is the
end now. We have to stop doing this.” We’ve definitely pushed over the limit of when we were supposed to be going. But, you know what, I’m
actually kind of calm with that. – Yeah. – I’m quite chill with it. – I’ve had a lovely time. – Because I feel very relaxed
about this whole painting. I would like to, I did say
at the start we were going to get you guys to choose
who had done the best portrait but I really think (laughs) there’s no point in that. – Maybe it should be– Because there’s no contention. – Maybe rather then the best portrait it should be the best painting technique. – So, there’s my painting in which Claudia’s face does not feature, or there’s Claudia’s painting which wins. It’s amazing! Look how good that is. – [Claudia] Aw, thanks. – [Jessica] That actually looks like me. I’m so impressed. – [Claudia] I think yours is lovely. I really like your painting technique. And we just stamp them–
– Wow. With your Chinese stamps. – Oh. – We bought these in
Malacca, back to that– – We didn’t buy them, we got given them. – Oh, yes, there was– – as an engagement present. – Yes, from my auntie that apparently you started to draw a little bit.
– (laughs) It’s all starting to tie in one another. – Yeah, yeah, look, there we
go, that’s Claudia’s auntie. – So, I’m a rabbit as I’m
the year of the rabbit. Chinese zodiac sign. And then what was inside? Is it rabbit? – [Jessica] No, it’s your Chinese name. – Oh, is it? – Because you have a Chinese name. – Yeah, yeah, Gum. I knew it was– – [Jessica] And mine is
like an attempt at Jessica. (light jazz music) – There you go, I hope you have enjoyed painting with us. Obviously, one of us was
much better then the other. But it’s fine, it’s fine. And don’t forget, if you’re
interested in Skillshare, which I’m kind of obsessed with now, click the link in my description and you’ll get a two month free trial. It’s very good, again, lots of videos have captions. Yay. And after that it’s
only 10 dollars a month. If you’ve liked this
video, please subscribe, hit the like button, join
The Kellgren-Fozard Club, all of that goodness, and if you have other
challenges that you would like Claudia and I to partake in please, do let us know in
the comments down below. And I shall see you next time. (smooch) (urgent cello music)


  • Hima C says:

    Do not despair, Jessica!! Your garden shan't stay a wasteland any longer, not if you have a say in it!!. Our garden had its fair share of looking desolate xD

  • Nicole Elizabeth says:

    These are both amazing!!! I wish I could water colour. ❤️

  • Jappiepai says:

    You both are soooooo good! I was never good at watercolor ❤️

  • Ellie Tozer says:


  • bhrvt says:

    I think they are both amazing. I would like to see you both finish them and see the uncompleted paintings please.

  • Linda Maria says:

    Both of these paintings are absolutely amazing, I would frame both of them! Also, I’m really interested in learning a new hobby once I finish uni and have a bit more free time, so I’ll definitely be having a look at skillshare ☺️

  • Zelexia says:

    Both of you are amazing artists! Jessica, your watercolour painting of Claudia is lovely, if unfinished. Please finish it and let us see the final results. Claudia, the same goes for you, I would love to see how your completed painting looks as well!

  • Peacoack Jem says:

    I want to see your dog in a beret

  • PhoenixInLove says:

    They were both so good! Mine would have looked like a wounded potato.

  • Xavier David Lluesma says:

    Both of them are beautiful!!

  • Ivy Reed says:

    I know your not selling it but I would buy Jessica's painting of claudia without a face it very lovely.

  • SapphireBlueWorld says:

    You need to finish these portraits! I think they'll both turn out great!

  • Joanne Butler says:

    The painting were both beautiful xx

  • DomeLeca says:

    I freaking love how Claudia talk, is so.. British and idk, smooth. ❤️

  • R&B Queen says:

    Claudia killed it! Amazing painting!

  • Joanna Maria says:

    Okay Claudia's is amazing!!!

  • K Hathaway says:

    CLAUDIA!!! 🧡💛💚💙💜🤎🖤 We missed you. It's great to have you back. BTW Jessica we love you too.

  • Piggu Gudu says:

    Wow they are both so amazing! You should really finish claudia’s face because the whole composition is so beautiful 😄

  • Chrystiana Melekis says:

    Shit! They're both ridiculously good at art! Lovely job girls!

  • shiroi201 says:

    I'm sure yours looks even more lovely once claud has her face😊😆 claudias looks just stunning 😍

  • Gina Stacey says:

    I do love watercolour! Also Jessica, I love that dress! 😀

  • jochakram says:

    Wow, you are both so good.  I've just started painting this year and am still learning techniques.  You both have great technique. (*whispers* From the title, I did think you were going with body paint!)

  • daisychains says:

    claudia calling jessica darling is everything <3

  • Mauro Maura says:


  • Heather B says:

    You both did an amazing job! With more time to finish, I'm sure theyll both be beautiful! You've inspired me to break out my watercolors and give then another go.😬 It will likely involve a bit of unsolicited canine assistance as well!

  • K Hathaway says:

    In fairness Jessica you had a pretty big challenge in painting Claudia. The way she Kept bouncing her head around would make it hard for anybody.

  • Jerryskeeper O says:

    Matilda video bomb? Always welcome 🙂

  • Natalia Brennhofer says:

    I wish there was a 'love' button. Absolutely stunning and cute! <3

  • MissTwilightHater says:

    We need to talk about that DRESS

  • Dr Toerag says:

    They are both outstanding!

  • Gerrie Louden Bell says:

    You both did a wonderful job. Jessica just needs more time to finish, like she said, she takes longer. Beautiful art, ladies!

  • Larry Morozova says:

    I love how different their styles are but both look so good

  • #Actually Autistic Katrine Basso says:

    Jessica and Claudia you have both done very well with you drawing and painting each others portraits.

  • Cassiterita says:

    you guys are too cute, too adorable, too loveRly. beijos do brasil

  • Alice Key says:

    You both did amazing!!

  • Karen KL says:

    What a cute challenge! You should do more artsy stuff on your channel 🖤🖤🖤

  • shedoes concerts says:

    This is a LOVELY video and I'd very much like to see more like it <3

  • painted daisy says:

    Claudia's was beautiful but I choose Jessicas! I like the fact that the face is still there in pencil and her hand but the rest is coloured…speaks to me somehow…but kudos to you both!

  • Bastonikov Istah says:

    Holy shit, you guys are quite good

  • kodomotachi1 says:


  • painted daisy says:

    I know Claudia doesn't like baking But how about a decorate cookies using edible watercolour challenge? 🙂

  • Homun System says:

    as an artist this is very cute and wonderful to watch

  • Lang Jones says:

    Both surprisingly good. I loved the way Claudia's picture of Jessica had a totally appropriate 1930s feel. Jessica's picture had a wonderfully balanced aspect.

  • Ray Makowski says:

    this is really cute I love Claudia's watercolour

  • Emelie Andersson says:

    I think you both were really good at painting, it would be fun to see the final result. 😍
    More of this content, so so fun and creative! ❤️

  • kelseymorgan94 says:

    Both of your paintings were so beautiful. 😍 Painting is the one skill I would like to master, I've even bought paints, but being a student I don't have much time to dedicate to it. 😟

    A hobby I have recently picked up is 3D Decoupage. I take a small canvas and print off a picture I'd like to make 3D from online. I print out multiple copies of that picture. You lay one down and glue it with Mod Podge. I then cut out the bits I'd like to make 3D and layer them, gluing them down with clear Acrylic silicone caulk that they use to seal tubs to tile. It's quite time consuming but I enjoy it. I think you and Claudia might enjoy that. 😃

  • Megan says:

    You’re both so talented! Love how they turned out!

  • goblindaughter says:

    “We came into this relationship with like two sets of each kind of paint, each “ – proof this is the ideal relationship

  • David MacDowell Blue says:

    Honestly I think they are both gorgeous portraits! Yes, even the one of Claudia, for some reason I cannot quite articulate.

  • Eveling Hurstie says:

    You two are the embodiment of loveliness this whole video is so sweet! 💖

  • xseasonxchangex says:

    They are both beautiful portraits! <3

  • Rue's views says:

    I think you are both very talented actually. I have been a painter/sculptor all my life and I am middle aged if that gives you a feeling of legitimacy to my comment, lol

  • Jane Doe says:

    Hello Jessica you're stylish as usual. A real English rose 🌹.
    I loved both paintings!
    You're so cute together!
    I would love to see Jessicas watercolour painting finished.
    I can't draw at all so I'm lowkey jelous. I can sing though. Trying to boost my confidence a bit.😉

    Tilly the dog's full name is Mathilda that's adorable. She adorable🐕
    Do you still have Walter as well?

  • SnapPea says:

    Get that coin sis! ❤

  • LemonTreesOnMercury says:

    This is such a lovely activity to do together as a couple. Loved this video! 💖

  • Kaitlyn Elizabeth says:

    I could watch several hours of this, grade A chill content

  • Harriet Bwembya says:


  • Kaylie Smeets says:

    That should be your next merch !!!!!!!!!

  • Rebecca Ude says:

    If you combined your two paintings, you would probably end up with a lovely portrait of a lady who had both of your attributes, lol!! Claudia is absolutely correct in saying that everyone can do things digitally & quickly, which in turn; results in makes us very impatient when it comes to actually sitting down & spending time an activity! Especially taking the time to do things with people who also have issues settling down to do something productive!! Very well said! I think you both did wonderfully 🤗💜😘🐾🐾🦋

  • marika m says:

    I'm a sucker for faceless art so even though claudia's is technically more of a portrait I loved yours!

  • therealqueenk says:

    As a digital artist, I do hope you both know that using photoshop DOES take a lot of time xD I often spend several hours tweaking things and colors and what not.

  • isa bela says:

    two equally talented gals with the help of techniques: this is the result! beautiful portraits

  • Katie Concannon says:

    The smell of flowers blew in through my window while I was watching this and without thinking about it I was like "Wow Jessica smells so good" haha

  • JijiInACup says:

    Your dog was the sweetest little addition to this video!!!….You guys are lovely too of course

  • catbeara says:

    Absolutely beautiful. Would love to see more arts and/or crafts videos, they're very soothing. ♡

  • Katy Vaughan Art says:

    I've always struggled with watercolor too! I totally relate to what Claudia said about being impatient! Please do more painting videos! Paint your dogs next time 😃

  • einfallslos95 says:

    " I might not be straight but my posture is" need to remember that! XD If I was into girls I would so use that as a pick up line

  • Angela Gallant says:

    You really should feed Claudia before filming these videos. Lol

  • Elizabeth Harttley says:

    Over the moon lovely.
    Each of you are so good to the other.
    I am sharing this for a few reasons.

  • SpaceCat Scribbles says:

    This was a really calming video for some reason, I think it's the music

  • Besyatka says:

    7:01 oh my god that doggy shot is perfect

  • Stefka says:

    "I might not be straight, but my posture is!"
    The gays have the best sense of humor.
    By the way – I'd love to see Jessica's painting finished. (If you plan on finishing it.)

  • Karen Smith says:

    I inherited my mother-in-law's art supplies and have tried to learn by myself. SkillShare looks like a great way to improve. This was a fun video to watch!

  • tony romo says:

    I love that the captions for the music are" Urgent cello music".

  • David Kirk says:

    A Bachelor of Fine Art degree doesn’t give me much authority, but I can definitively say you are not THAT far behind your lovely wife.

    I am quite excited that SkillShare has added captions to their videos. When a person is limited in any way, seeking the means to expand their other abilities should not be made more difficult than it already is. Very happy to see they reached out to you.

  • Fleur Preedy says:

    I love Jessica's laugh when she is with Claudia ❤️❤️❤️

  • Frances Ayres says:

    Both paintings are gorgeous!!!

  • Minerva Virkki says:

    This is the kind of future I want with my future wife… also, both of the paintings look lovely! And can I just say I adore Jessica's laugh 😀

  • Samantha Jarrad says:

    Adorable!! 💜💜

  • Dani Renee says:

    Best skillshare sponsorship video ever

  • Peter B says:

    Jessica and Claudia. Like all your videos this one is of very high quality, both from a production point of view and content. One thing you always nail is the music, whereas this is often a problem for other YouTube creators; what with recording rights problems and the fact that most pieces of music are owned by someone and lawyers seem to have bots patrolling sites like this looking for possible revenue.

    In one your past videos where you use some interesting 20s music (I think) you said in the comments that it was sourced from an American music archive for free music, I cannot remember the name of the archive and I'm not on my main PC to look it right now, but when I looked it up last week I found that the archive had been closed by the radio station that owned it due to funding problems. It has now been bought by another organisation and they do hope to open it again in some shape or form in the future.

    Do you know of any other online sites that will supply eclectic music for free or a very low price that can be used on a YouTube video? I've never made a video and I'm not that up to date on modern tech, but I was a sound and comms engineer for a long time (I started in the mid 70s as one of those people at the back of theatres in the sound and lighting booth that Claudia was talking about in one video) and I normally learn these types of things quite easily.

    I'm thinking I might make a series of vlogs (I think that is the correct term) documenting me trying to set up a workshop so I can hire my huge collection of professional sound equipment to local musicians, engineers and studios, it would really just involve me and my two wonderful cats muddling through trying to catalogue thousands of items; e.g.I have over 300 professional microphones and silly amounts of other classic analogue studio gear; I also plan to do a lot of testing and repairing on camera. The project has been on hold for a year because of my ill health, but despite lots of problems I would like to get it started again and the videos might appeal to equipment buffs and cat lovers no matter what happens. I just have to lean how to make videos! (I haved watched with great interest what Claudia buys and takes on trips).

    I found your site only last week whilst looking for videos about hearing issues and migraines, but what a find! Some your videos about fashion tips I realise are just not meant for a 60 something man – although I do love your style – however your historical videos are great and any videos that contains you and Claudia are proving more than enough to lift my spirits on bad days. You have managed to approach serious subjects like disability, sexuality and gender with great candor whilst being very informative, you also though have the ability to be extremely funny.

    I enjoyed this video as I used to paint a lot, considering I was known as the worlds slowest artist I think you both did really well. When I first got too ill to work a few years back I started with others an art club for ill and disabled people, we got funding to have an art teacher and we did experiment with different techniques on some days and I also set some of the time for doing some of my incredibly slow pictures, it could go on for many months. I was one those who looks fine and even now with a pileup of diagnosises I still look fine so I can relate to a lot that you say on that.

    I also saw something else happen at that art class to those who are severely physically disabled and very obviously so. There was one woman who was wheelchair bound (that phrase feels uncomfortable now) and sat at akward angles using various pads to support her head, she found speech very difficult but would persevere and repeat until she was understood if people gave her the patience and time. I witnessed more than a few times adults (particularly middle aged/older women) come up to her and talk very slowly to her very loudly (she wasn't deaf) the lady in the wheel chair understood them first time and didn't need the special "child" voice – she was probably as old as me and more intelligent. The able bodied so often just assumed because of her severe disablement and communication difficulties that she was also mentally retarded and needed the kindergarden treatment. There was also a younger man there (40ish) who had little control over his limbs and said almost nothing, he also got the same treatment but later after I started to talk to the woman he began to talk as well, it was not easy and I had to be very patient but I found both to be very lovely people who were not in the least "retarded" (I really hate that word, nearly as much as "should"!) he had just given up trying to make himself heard over peoples ignorance.

    Something to ponder, I think all disabled – obvious or not – have problems with the public, lots of misconceptions all round, I've had that thing where someone who knows me meets me in a supermarket and when the subject of migraines comes up says "I thought you would be over that by now it's been ages" and then that leads to the "have you tried…" questionnaire where I'm supposed to disclose my whole medical history to somebody I don't know that well and it just ends with the person telling me I should stop taking the doctors drugs and use some "complementary" treatment/therapist or herbal remedy etc to get my body's "energy field" inline. Nope nope nope!

    Anyway I am just rambling now, so keep up the good work gals and I'll keep watching the videos that don't involve your underwear! (The makeup and hair videos are just too funny for me to not watch!)

    PS. Do you have a system for a one off small donation? I'm not in a sittuation right now where I can donate a regular amount but it would be nice to show my appreciation once in while! Paypal would be good but I can do a BACS.

  • Eli Alone says:

    Just two lovely ladies peacefully painting by the window, what else could the world need? I hope you finished the paintings, they looked so good! 😀

  • Nina VP says:

    I have a hard time watching your videos at this point because my heart and soul just starts screeching "I WANT A WIIIIIIIIIFE" the rest of the day. It's very inconvenient. Oh well, here I am anyway.

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  • Ronnie J says:

    both paintings turned out great! you should finish Jessica! <3 you both xx

  • Amanda Paule says:

    Jessica what are you talking about, your painting is gorgeous! I just got back from a graphic design class lecture about gestalt principles, so the facelessness is actually quite lovely!! Not to mention that color palette 👌🏼💕

  • Trystan Jobin says:

    omg walter being adorable on jessica’s arm at the beginning 🥺

  • Carryl Sorene says:

    The painting’s lovely in both of them. I watch a ton of art videos and it’s funny recognising the paints and the box easel, I have one just like it, very handy on the desk.

  • II Goofy Lucy II says:

    Wot adds and a sponsorship

  • Trystan Jobin says:

    okay claudia’s painting kind of looks like detox

  • Amanda Hoff says:

    What a fun activity to do together. You are both very talented!

  • Lisa Elizabeth says:

    Please do more watercolours or other soothing art content 💜💜💜💜💜

  • Kelley Merrill says:

    This was so romantic and lovely! I really love the way both of them turned out too. 💖💖

  • tetsubo57 says:

    The cutest couple on YouTube.

  • Rose Girl says:

    I have the same watercolour pencils and I’ve even numbered them the same as well 😂

  • Minimal Zebra says:

    You both did amazing! I’m terrible with water colors.

  • Christine Dalton says:

    To be fair Jessica, you were the better muse. Claudia kept moving the whole time, and that is certainly not easy to depict! Brava to both of you. I’m glad you both had a great time. 💕

  • hi there says:

    I may not be straight, but my posture is… relatable

  • Jerryskeeper O says:

    P.S. I can't believe you remembered that you got them from Claudia's aunt!!!!! Small win!

  • Rachel Creel says:

    I really love them both. I like how Jess ended up doing like an outline of Claud but you can totally still tell who it's supposed to be. And obviously Claud's is a gorgeous interpretation of Jessica. You should both be very proud.

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