I specialize in drawing, painting, sketching, watercolors.
Albarracín, Spain. My first time trying an urban sketching. Although it's only from a reference photo, it's a good way to practice this art technique. Line art and watercolour wash on a watercolour sketchbook. I used a Sakura Micron Pigma 5.
It was the first time I tried using a Fabriano 200 gsm cold pressed watercolor paper. And I had learned different techniques in watercolors through the process of creating this painting. It was also fun painting the waves. Thank you, Maria Raczynska.
Painted this on my watercolor sketchbook. Another landscape artwork I learned from Ellen Crimi-Trent.
Mostly wet on wet technique and then wet on dry for the white paint. I used a Mont Marte Round 2 brush and Reeves watercolor paint tubes.
Also concocted my very own magic watercolor paint that made the black background somewhat similar to gouache.
I learned this painting from one of the best artists named Maria Raczynska.
Graphite pencils and a sprinkle of some Pixie Dust
This was inspired by the artwork of AnneliesDraws. She has an amazing skills with gouache and colored pencils. I don't have gouache paints and so I tried making an illustration using my watercolor paints. I tried increasing the opacity of the watercolor to almost the same as of the gouache paints.
By the way, this is her instagram:
This is a mess I made with Monet's Crimson Red and Ultramarine Blue paint tubes. Wet on wet technique and a bit of a mindlessly overdone splatters.
On my very first sketchbook, the flowers in my mind bloomed from the ink of this pretty Sakura Pigma Micron PN (Sepia).