Pear – Watercolor This watercolor was a lot of fun to create; it took a few hours in total (spread out over several days) and this was my result from a tutorial by Anna Mason. The materials included: 140 lb watercolor paper (100% cotton), Holbein watercolors (colors shown in the …
Sketching (or artwork in general) is somewhat addictive because once you begin, it’s meditative and afterward, you are already considering the next piece to create. Or is that process just me? Somehow I doubt it. If you create art (any media) and share it online, let me know because I’d …
This is a quick sketch of a door and doorknob for Inktober. I sketched it first because I’m not confident at sketching with ink first.
Another simple study-sketch of a mushroom in ink.
This is a simple straight forward study of trees done in ink.
The purpose of this study was to review the effect of light on glassware. Below are two sketches, one is a glass of water and the other of a small bottle; both have light reflected through them.
This sketch-study was of the Eagle, and I thoroughly enjoyed the process of seeing this image come together. Obviously, there is room for improvement but I liked my final version (shown below).
A simple sketch…guess I was hungry for a treat in that moment, hmm.