Watercolour, ink pen, and a little art app media. Enjoyed doing this flower series... may start another one. Enjoy your weekend!
Ink pen, Inktense block washes, some pencil work, and gouache - on A4 Quill Kraft paper. I’ve also printed this mixed media drawing in pigment ink, with my inkjet printer, on A3 Canson 220gsm paper; and applied some coloured pencil to it. I thoroughly enjoyed Inktober, and the opportunity to use lots of line work -... Continue Reading →
Drawn (freehand) with: pencil, ink bleed, turpentine, and gesinski ink in the Procreate app. More flowers for my flower series. As much as I love working in watercolours and other traditional media, I continue to enjoy my visits back to drawing freehand on the iPad. The art app media I use prints up well on my... Continue Reading →
Watercolour and graphite pencil, on Strathmore 300gsm 5” x 7”, cold pressed watercolour paper. Day 31 - and the final day of the World Watercolour Month challenge! This vase of wattle sits in the corner of our local cafe, and greets me with effervescent waves of yellow, and blue-greens... I welcome it with washes of watercolour,... Continue Reading →
Watercolour, watersoluble pencil, graphite pencil, on Art Spectrum A4 210gsm textured “Draw and Wash” paper. Day 28 of the World Watercolour Month challenge. A lively bunch, caught in paint and pencil! Thanks for stopping by.
Watercolour and gouache, on 12.70cm x 17.78cm (5” x 7”) Strathmore cold pressed 300gsm watercolour paper. Day 7 of the World Watercolour Month challenge. This watercolour paper is becoming a favourite. It has an attractive texture, which takes a wash in a lovely way. I ended up cropping this a bit to improve the composition.... Continue Reading →
Top left - black watersoluble pencil, watercolour and gouache top right - gouache; bottom - graphite pencil and watercolour. On Fabriano %25 cotton watercolour paper, 300gsm. Day four of the World Water Colour Month challenge. I took a photo of a sprig of geranium in the garden, to use as visual info for these watercolours. Even... Continue Reading →