"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
I've been fascinated by ravens for a few years now and doodle and paint them constantly. Here's the latest version ...
Graphite and iron oxide from acid mine runoff on watercolor paper
Quick watercolour sketch.
Playing around with bird patterns. I scanned in all my watercolor birds and then arranged them with GIMP.
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold pressed paper.
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.
Watercolor rainbow carrots in my sketchbook.
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.
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
Gouache on Arches watercolor paper. I have been living overseas for 6 years now with my wife. (Originally from the states) We have lived in Seoul, South Korea, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Tel Aviv, Israel, and in the Summer we will move once again to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. So this is a painting is a sort of self-portrait.
I'm going to paint this guy onto an egg next Easter. Ink & watercolor on 5x5 Arches cold press.
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold pressed watercolor paper.
"Jungle Cat" Drawn with a Pilot Falcon SEF using Platinum Carbon Ink and painted with Holbein watercolors.
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.
Graphite and iron oxide recovered from acid mind runoff on watercolor paper