Picking up the pencil again after 7 years, today is a practice of reflection, curiosity and flow.
I specialize in drawing.
This bird gets a lot of attention at my mom's house! He deserves a portrait. Brush pen (love it!), watercolor.
Kind of annoyed about this project, but here we are. A quick sketch before dinner's ready. Micron pen.
Micron and Copic pens with watercolor
Watercolor, gouache and pen.
Dip pen with ink wash and watercolor. Drawn from a photo but I crumbled it some.
My first time using cut paper, to add the branch. I think the chameleon is more comfortable now.
Watercolor was part of a Domestika class, then I went over it with a micron pen. Hello Chameleon!
Sketched on location, then penned over it at home from a photo. I had fun with this!
Looking for shapes in the bottle, and I found my reflection - twice! A perfect metaphor for this whole process.
Well, I painted it. Why not!
Only drawing it's shapes revealed so much more than all the green I see everyday! Maybe I'll color it in one of these days.
Pen and ink of our old wagon.
Micron pens. I wonder if I took it too far, but there were so many fronds!
Pen and ink with a homemade bamboo pen!
Meet Grumpy Bunny. First attempts with micron pens.
Dried lavender, using charcoal pencil. It smeared in my sketchbook later on, but I'm okay with that.