Mountain landscape in the fall after a storm.
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This drawing was a bit difficult to finish because my kitty was determined to lay his head on anything that was remotely stealing attention away from him. Luckily I finished it when he wasn't looking. (= ♡ ฅ(=ʘⰙʘ=)
Gouache, Watercolor, and Ink on Arches paper. A gang of friends finds a hidden treasure. Life Goals.
I generally make marks on something every day, but I'm really TRYING to do it purposefully in one singular location (journal). Here is a successful attempt from that particular day. I'm also super lazy, which means I never go up to my actual studio and only use what's out on my computer desk.
It's been fun drawing by carving into oil pastel.
I doodled these mountains last night (Tuesday) while drinking a Modelo. It was great.
Two more from this morning.