Deceptively easy looking, watercolor is one of the most versatile (and fun!) art mediums. Enjoy this gallery featuring vibrant flowers, serene landscapes, and funky patterns.
Abstract Metallic Watercolor
Watercolor rainbow carrots in my sketchbook.
Holbein watercolors and Noodlers 41 Brown ink on 6"x8" Strathmore mixed-media paper. Drawn with a Pilot Custom 823 loaded with an extra-fine nib.
Watercolor on Aquarelle. This piece is incredibly close to my heart. It closely resembles the emotions that I was going through when I painted it. I tried to replicate the numbness and the restlessness that I felt in the eyes.
Making marks with paint and pens.
Ink and Watercolor sketch of octopus. Normally I start with a pencil outline, then go over it with micron pens. But I'm learning to skip the pencil step and just sketch with ink. I helps you not to overthink things. Once you lay the ink line down on the paper it's there to stay. You can't erase and there isn't an undo like you have when working digitally. You just have to work around any "mistakes" you make. I'm also working on sketching faster because I just don't have that much free time these days. Trying to produce a new sketch every day is a real challenge.
This panda wants to go fishing. 5"x7" ink and watercolor on Strathmore mixed media paper.
Watercolor Demogorgon eating upside down pineapple cake.
Around The Table. pen, ink, colored pencil and watercolor on Arches 140 gram hot press paper.