Just a novice
I specialize in sketching.
The colors: alizarin crimson, phthalo blue and some kind of anonymous orange (not cadmium)
Proud of it. It says “Nadezhda and Maksim” which are the Russian names. The wife’s name is Nadezhda meaning Hope. The husband’s name is the same as Maxim.
More watercolor flowers practice for a postcard
A study for a gift card
A blind drawing exercise supported by some inking and watercolor. I guess, the best piece so far
This time, again, two combinations. I believe the hues are very nice and calming. I used yellow ochre as the yellow color (PY 43, PY 1). On the upper part, the cobalt blue (PB 28) is used, on the lower part - it's ultramarine (PB 29).
Again, mixing some colors to get greens: 1) cobalt blue (PB 28) plus cadmium lemon (PY 35); 2) ultramarine (PB 28) and cadmium yellow. Didn’t see much difference. In the first case there seem to be more hues, though. Funny, cadmium yellow medium and cadmium lemon have the same label: PY 35
For some reason I tried some floral drawings, of different shapes, and I also used mixtures of different colors to produce hues of green. The first page - it’s a mix of the cobalt blue (PB 28) and cadmium yellow medium (PY 35). On the second one there is ultramarine (PB 29) for the blue color and the same yellow paint. To me, it seems the difference is very little but I’ve got the color closest to the ‘normal’ green using Cobalt rather than ultramarines. The latter gave either to yellowish to olive hues or too blueysh
One sketch was made at the racing event and the other is backed on a picture. Didn’t help much, thiugh
Some food sketches for my uhm... food sketches class
A part of the last class from my lettering course (which I’ve almost failed to pass). The only okayish sketches for the works were not being checked anymore and I didn’t redraw anything. Now it’s time to my own project yah!
Critique is welcome
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
An outdoor watercolor sketch
The first and not-exactly-like-in-the-book lesson from Learn to Paint in Watercolor with 50 Paintings by Wil Freeborn
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge