"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
Random fun with a Pilot Custom 823 EF in my Moleskine - and now for a dash of watercolor!
Making marks with paint and pens.
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold press.
Watercolor horses I put together in a pattern. They make me laugh.
Practicing watercolor layers
Tiger painting printed on textured paper :)
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in Maine
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.
Graphite and iron oxide from acid mine runoff on watercolor paper
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold pressed paper.
Playing around with bird patterns. I scanned in all my watercolor birds and then arranged them with GIMP.
"There's a North in us all, but my North can't hold me anymore." Oh man, what a day/week/month it's been. Today was the end of first semester, a bit hard to believe half the year is gone, a bit hard to believe we still have half of a year left. The past 24 hours have been nothing less than mental chaos (maybe my coach was foreshadowing all of this when he asked if I was ok last night...) Anyway, here I am, here we are. Llemette on the left (name credit to Josefina), February journal on the right.
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.
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.
Day 2: Puppy, for the DoodleWash Art challenge. A subject I always enjoy drawing. I was in the mood for a floofy boi and corgi pups are full of floof. #doodlewashnovember2019
Watercolor rainbow carrots in my sketchbook.
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
Quick watercolour sketch.
It's definitely been a bit since I've posted, sorry about that, things have gotten very chaotic very quickly. I'm officially less than a month out from graduation (the finish line is almost here!), which also means it's time for my teachers to cram in projects. Other than that, I'm happy to say I received two official art commissions! I'm hoping to get something set up to hopefully begin selling some pieces, but, for now, I'll have some pieces in a gallery soon. Things, things, things, and Tony's face. Part of a larger project, hopefully to be completed soon.
Meet Jerry Jr., the cheeseburger creature. He's sort of a slug, sort of a salamander, sort of just happy with where he is in life.