In their latest Light Jeans Episode, NewJeans members draw and paint together, using art materials such as colored pens and pencils, watercolors, and other art aids to dish out subjects of their choice for a two-day art activity.
Haerin and Hyein were so excited and passionate about the activity that they practiced drawing before the actual art sessions.
Hanni chose to start with a Koala bear sleeping on a tree, paying close attention to the body proportions of the Koala, wanting it to be chubby. Her preliminary sketch showed her keen attention to detail and texture. The other members quickly compliment her effort and the realism of her drawing.
Danielle‘s rendition of a deer was likewise noteworthy.
Throughout their art session, they chatted as they worked, taking funny selfies.
At the end of Day One, the girls proudly showed their works of art. They all focused on animals and played with colors, mainly using colored pencils and pens. Who did it best on Day One?
On Day Two, Hanni decided to take her artwork to the next level using watercolors for cherries and strawberries.
Danielle likewise leveled up with what looked like a rainbow serpent.
The girls retook selfies and photos of their work, complimenting each other on their efforts. Minji‘s adorable mushroom and colorful ice cream cone were wonderfully done with a vibrant play of colors.
Hanni finished her strawberry and cherries painting and rendered a house on top of a hill in another separate work.
Danielle revealed her finished serpent artwork and another creature that Haerin jokingly referred to in its unfinished stage as looking like sweet potatoes. According to Danielle, it is an animal that eats flowers and changes its color to the color of the flower it eats.
Haerin’s collection of animals looked storybook pretty with the colors she picked to differentiate them.
Hyein’s attention to detail in her drawings and the colors she blended showed her innate artistic side.
Overall, the girls put their hearts into their creations and showed they all had an artistic side and an eye for color. Which of the girls’ work stood out?
Watch their lively repartee as they went about doing their artwork here: