"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
I've started a new mixed media sketchbook. Which is often times unexplainably daunting. To get over it I just dive in with lots of color. Then the fun begins.
Making marks with paint and pens.
A mix of watercolor and India ink held together with some fun doodle motifs.
Painting mini things while waiting for other things to dry.
Random fun with a Pilot Custom 823 EF in my Moleskine - and now for a dash of watercolor!
Practicing watercolor layers
Mixed media doodle collage over Carhartt ad - using oil pastels, pen, watercolor, highlighter and glue
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.
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
Cactus inspired watercolor washes in my sketchbook. Kept this one very lose to see what happens. Watercolor is always full of surprises.
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.
Details of the stand up bass player and the pianist.
Watercolor horses I put together in a pattern. They make me laugh.
Fruits have insecurities too. From the series "Forlorn Fruits"
Abstract watercolor painting. Available as a print and other home accessories.
From my watercolor sketchbook. Can’t seem to get away from this floral motif these days!
A koi fish I painted while I was in Malaysia last year.
Around The Table. pen, ink, colored pencil and watercolor on Arches 140 gram hot press paper.
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
This was my submission to the recent Mother Nature doodle challenge held here. Mixed media using traditional watercolor and digital line art/embellishments. It is now available on Society6 as a print, stationery, and a variety of phone cases.
Loving working with these itty bitties!
I have been really enjoying this motif lately of mixing geometric shapes and linework with the fluidity of watercolor.
"Jungle Cat" Drawn with a Pilot Falcon SEF using Platinum Carbon Ink and painted with Holbein watercolors.
Playing around with water soluble crayon and pattern
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.
This was drawn with a Japanese fountain pen, Japanese ink, and painted with Japanese watercolor. To be specific - I used Holbein watercolor and Platinum Carbon Black in a Pilot Falcon. This trio is perfect for me.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge