*Began with graphite pencil, on approx. 12cm x 17cm - 5” x 7” Canson 220gsm paper; with a little white oil pastel to provide some highlights. It’s only when adding the watercolour washes, that I could clearly see where I’d applied the oil pastel - which was part of the fun. I also used a... Continue Reading →
I often like to draw or paint a “Mother and Baby” image. Being a mum brings me so much joy, and also: hard work, tiredness, and sometimes heart ache. And though we celebrate Mother’s Day this Sunday, here in Australia; I think mothers are worth special attention everyday! I began this artwork above with a... Continue Reading →
I've mentioned about placing a video here of me (at least of my finger) drawing and painting on the iPad. Finally, I've (ok, my hand) has made it to the big, or rather the small screen. You may have seen videos of artists, swishing about with their media, with great mood music playing in the background,... Continue Reading →
I'm using my photos, and my garden for visual info. Some I plan to do will be more whimsy, than exact likeness. The beautiful colours, shapes and patterns in flowers (and foliage); aways a wonderful subject matter! *Painted with my finger, on the iPad.
*I no longer have a facebook page.... in part the reason is explained in this post, so I left it on my blog. Within the ever helpful WordPress tutorials, I happened upon a way to embed my facebook posts. I do have a facebook widget, and I do use "publicise" to send my posts from... Continue Reading →
*I draw and paint on the iPad screen, with my finger, rather than use a stylus. Just back from a holiday, up the coast of N.S.W - a lovely time with family and friends. Here's a few of the sea scenes I painted on my my iPad and some sketches. The "Scanner Pro app" is... Continue Reading →
* I draw and paint on the screen, using my finger, rather than use a stylus. These are some of my recent works I drew and painted on my iPad and haven't got around to sharing here yet. I've ran out of time to make a video of me, or at least my finger, drawing... Continue Reading →
*I prefer to draw with my finger on the iPad screen, rather than use a stylus, or iPad pencil. Drawing can be a great place to escape to - a quiet, solitary place - where all seems right with the world. I had a happy childhood, yet sometimes I found many things overwhelming, and drawing... Continue Reading →