"A happy little planet but these aliens have landed and seem to be taking people away." A watercolored fountain pen drawing in my Moleskine sketchbook.
Lots of rain = lots of mushrooms
Ink & watercolor on 12x10 Arches watercolor paper
Making marks with paint and pens.
Random fun with a Pilot Custom 823 EF in my Moleskine - and now for a dash of watercolor!
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold press.
A watercolor study. Simple landscapes with lavender details in the front.
Practicing watercolor layers
Watercolor horses I put together in a pattern. They make me laugh.
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold pressed paper.
Graphite and iron oxide from acid mine runoff on watercolor paper
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
This was part of a bigger study I'm currently in the midst of, with landscapes, water reflections and pinetrees for miles. Any and all feedback is very much appreciated.
I was on the fence of whether or not I was going to make a piece for the prompt, but I'm glad I did. I tested out some watercolor pens I had recently gotten (I definitely have to practice with them a bit more). I didn't really have a plan for this, and it was a bit fun to do something so spontaneously.
A koi fish I painted while I was in Malaysia last year.
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.
Details of the stand up bass player and the pianist.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in Maine
Watercolor rainbow carrots in my sketchbook.
Had a wonderful morning at Perry Lake painting this scene from the harbor. The soothing harbor sounds and a flock of pelicans taking a rest on their way to Texas were my companions. Swipe for a few detail shots. Also... a bonus fly for your nature enjoyment.
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
"Jungle Cat" Drawn with a Pilot Falcon SEF using Platinum Carbon Ink and painted with Holbein watercolors.
I'm going to paint this guy onto an egg next Easter. Ink & watercolor on 5x5 Arches cold press.
A few drawings/paintings from my class this week. I like to work alongside my students.
Experimenting today with an oil transfer drawing technique. The red and purple lines are oil drawn/transferred to hot press 140 pound watercolor paper with watercolor applied. The oil resists the watercolor.
Playing around with bird patterns. I scanned in all my watercolor birds and then arranged them with GIMP.
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold pressed watercolor paper.
Loving working with these itty bitties!