With all the flourishing of lines, and whooshing down of watercolour lately, I’m not sure If I did washes first in this one, or the ink pen, a bit of both I think... I used the “Kuretake Gansai Tambi” watercolours, I bought a little while back. Love the large pans of colour. I used the Scanner... Continue Reading →
A bit of a play, on a piece of 4” x 6”, 290gsm Canson canvas paper. It took the watercolours, and little bit of gouache quite well. Drew over the paint with a few ink pen lines for some definition. No pilling...the washes lay longer on the surface than with watercolour paper. This can make... 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 →
*I painted this on A4 220gsm Canson drawing paper - it holds washes surprisingly well, for a drawing paper. I began with some quick lines using a “Faber-Castell, Dark Sepia Pitt” artist pen, and then added watercolour. These are a few of the many landscapes I’ve attempted in recent months. I’m finding this quite a... Continue Reading →
*This is a small watercolour I did in my 4” x 6” sketch journal. I added the dark bluish colour in Procreate. Available as an Art card here. Hi, I’m back! Which I wasn’t sure would be the case - and to those of you who follow or subscribe to my art posts, and are reading... Continue Reading →
Watercolour, ink pen, and a little art app media. Available as an Art card here. 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. Available as an Art card here. I’ve also printed this picture in pigment ink, with my inkjet printer, on A3 Canson 220gsm paper. And applied some coloured pencil to it. Thoroughly enjoyed Inktober, and the opportunity to use lots of line... Continue Reading →