I love playing with new styles and learning how to be less hyper realistic and more creative.
I specialize in drawing, illustration, painting.
Watercolor of my older brother and his best friend. Time has separated them, but this is how I remember them. From a reference photo.
Road trip! Peter and his friends are starting off on their winter vacation
This was meant to be a quick 4”x 5” piece but somehow sucked up way more time than I’d planned. From my own photo for reference.
This is an inchie (1 square inch card for trade in my ATC trading group)
Meet Peter and his friend VW Rabbit. Peter was born during the pandemic and scampers about daily having fun with his friends.
Watercolor study - 2 1/2” x 3 1/2” - of a scene I’ve been wanting to paint for a while.
Ink over graphite, from my own photo
Started with watercolor and played with it digitally
This is an ATC-sized (3 1/2” x 2 1/2”) watercolor. I’m practicing bolder strokes with heavier pigment. Big departure from my usual uber careful strokes
Petite ink doodle of a bunny I saw on my walk this evening. He was peeking over a street curb and I thought he’d be awfully cute taking a peek over a stone wall.
Watercolor This was drastically different from my usual stuff and lots of fun. I’m thinking of painting a few more cards to match in the same style but featuring different scenes. We shall see what pops out of my brush
Drawing Prompt Submission
After the initial excitement of circling the pictures of a cow and rabbit, Peter and his friends realized it was going to be a long game of Bingo on this desert highway
While Peter napped, all tucked up in the petals of a flower, he dreamed of tigers...
Will she say yes to his heart? I think so...
Giving it a go with artist colored pencils for the first time. Finding it challenging to keep a point on the pencils and anyway to recover if what should have been a white area gets too much color? Do most colored pencil artists use solvents to blend?
Some days are not full of fun and frivolity