Drawn freehand, with a dip of my fingertip, into some pretty colours in the Procreate app. In this app I used: gesinski ink, pencil, and the smudge tool set to gesinski ink.
*Watercolour and inkpen. This first small painting is of a bunch of gumleaves I picked and placed in a glass vase on the kitchen windowsill. They were quite dry (like our weather around here) and formed intriguing sculptural shapes. Another Gumleave painting here. Below, a windowsill view with fruit - drawn from memory and imagination.... Continue Reading →
I painted this (freehand, with my finger) using the “old brush” in the Procreate app, and also used the smudge tool set to “old brush”. There is a delightful, soft “feel” to the paint, and the smudge tool. Though I’ve explored this app for a while, I’m yet to try all it’s brushes, pens and... Continue Reading →
I’m doing more gouache painting lately, and I thought I’d also try gouache in Procreate on the iPad. I like the smooth, soft feel of gouache in this app - I also used the pencil for a few details around the woman’s eyes. I could get it to a fine point, even though I’m using... Continue Reading →
*A play with the delightful Gesinski Ink in Procreate. I also used the smudge tool, set to Gesinski Ink, and swished it over some areas. This adds a further painterly effect. I plan to do a print of it. I think a textured watercolour paper would suit this image. Firstly, as is my usual practice,... Continue Reading →
*Dark sepia, Faber Castell artist pen, Inktense block and watercolour washes, drawn in a favourite A4 sketch journal. Painted with watercolour and a black Pentel Brush pen in my A4 journal. They began as seperate pieces, but seem to work well together. Drawn with my finger, using the lovely ink in the Zen Brush 2... Continue Reading →
“Woman in a Red Blouse”. Drawn with my finger in the Crayon Style app, with a little more work using the smudge tool and art media, in Procreate. Below is the inkjet print I did of it on Premio Kozo paper - to which I added a touch of yellow pencil, and graphite pencil on... Continue Reading →