*This is printed with fade resistant, pigment ink, on my inkjet printer, on Arches 300gsm, hot press, watercolour paper. It began as a quick pencil sketch, which I scanned into my iPad with the Scanner Pro app, then took into Procreate, to add more media. Below is the beginning small pencil sketch, from memory and... 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 →
*Painted freehand on the iPad screen, with my finger, using: Gesinski ink, smudge tool and the ink bleed pen in the Procreate app. The Gesinski ink has a rather pleasant washy feel. Watercolour, gouache and coloured pencil on 300gsm tan Strathmore mixed media paper. This paper is lovely, even though it does have some odd... Continue Reading →
*This is a small watercolour I did in my 4” x 6” sketch journal. I added the dark bluish colour in Procreate. 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 this, thank you for still being... 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. 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 →
Pears are another favourite subject matter of mine; these are sitting, in a shallow dish on our dining table. I usually make a display of them there; as much to draw them, as to eat them. I love their shapes and colours; the way they lean into each other, and with their elegant stems arching... Continue Reading →