Did some watercolor poppies for the wife, @UnidentifiedBlog . These were fun to doodle. The stems and leaves for this plant are weird, but interesting.
I used Strathmore 400 Series Watercolor Paper, A Red Pilot Color Eno pencil for the sketch, a kneaded eraser that I don't know the brand for. I inked with a Sakura Micron in 01 and did the majority of the coloring with Sakura Koi 48 pocket field sketch watercolor. I also used some Prisma Verithin pencils for some more detailed coloring. The white is a UniBall Signo in medium. I also used some Crayola glitter watercolors to add some fun sparkle to the petals.
I really want to use more of my traditional stuff this year, so fingers crossed that I do that.
All Things Bright and Beautiful Page 2
5 more pages to go. Thankfully had some time today where I wasn't exhausted from this kicking baby in my belly, and the kicking toddler running around the house.
did 4 pages of flowers and leaves between these two attempts. think they helped :)
I colored some of the ink drawings I made ! Those liquid watercolors got everywhere, but they're very bright!
My dad asked me for a watercolor giraffe for my aunt....for a late christmas present...now we're approaching her birthday.
I hope she likes it.
I painted a scene from Gris, one of my favorite video games
My father likes giant calmar. I like sparkly watercolors. Therefore I mixed both to gift this to him!
“Night” (Mullein) by Helen Gotlib
hand colored with liquid acrylic paint & silver iridescent watercolor
I think it's good to start with one of my favorite robots :)
Day 11-13 of the #watercolorjumpstart by @jennygranberry
That was when a friend at the art club let me use her liquid watercolor for the first time. Turned out good ! I'd love to have a go again, but sadly liquid watercolors aren't cheap, and hard to find. I'm doing pretty well with classic one and pencil tho