These three Roma tomatoes are from our garden. They are an unusual shaped variety, and with their brilliant red skins...just needed to be drawn!  The Pentel brush pen is a joy to use. With a change in pressure and angle and you can swiftly produce either thick or quite fine lines. I may use a little... Continue Reading →

This is drawn freehand, from memory and imagination with: ink pen, Gesinski ink, and a bit of smudging with the smudge tool, in the Procreate app. A quick sketch...then as I refine it a little I try to leave in some of the lively initial marks; an approach I generally use whether on paper or the... Continue Reading →

Watercolour and ink pen, on recycled cotton paper, in one of my A5 “Nero” sketchbook/journals. The following collection of works are mainly in: ink pen, coloured pencil and watercolour... some in sketchbooks, and others on various types of paper. They are selected from my sketches I did in the past few months. I draw and paint... Continue Reading →

Landscape 1. The inspiration for these four landscapes comes from the countryside surrounding the little Australian country town, that I’m blessed to live in. Often the distant mountains are bright blue, and the sky’s blaze red in the sunsets, or sadly in the past, from bushfires... Landscape 2. I drew/painted these from memory, and a... Continue Reading →

A closer view of a drawing I shared in my last post. I drew it with the lovely, inky, “Zen Brush 3” media. As a mum of four boys - young men now - this is often a favourite subject matter.  I make small A6 proof prints of some of my iPad art (and sometimes... Continue Reading →

I drew this with my fingertip in the latest update of the “Zen Brush” app, “Zen Brush 3”. I’ve long enjoyed the “Zen Brush” app, with it’s remarkable, inky media - both the blacks and greys in the the first edition; and the lovely reds and pinks available in the 2nd update. The ink can... Continue Reading →

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