Current work in progress. :) A commissioned work. The paper still looks a bit wavy on the photo (it straightens again when dried). I used blue and gold yellow for the underpainting here as it is a rainy/sunny scene. You can also see my very special limited palette, such squeezed out watercolor is great for large areas. With as little as on this palette I’ll be able to create 2-3 more paintings, they’re Daniel Smith watercolors and they’re incredibly smooth and strong. And they nearly ruined my budget… x__x
A little WIP. Finally, this weekend I had some time to work on my own stuff. :) I haven’t had much time recently but had tons of ideas and had to get myself a task list for Android to keep all those ideas in one place… I really want to have some time for these now. :)
A little something for my hunny Puma. For a Valentine’s day.
I love how the colors turned out. ^^
Got myself a sketchbook while ago. But started using it quite recently. It’s like a holy book. *.* Stiil though I’m keeping whatever gets inside, the two sketches are for Ted, Azshara and the donkey is for my friend Vlk00. I suck at drawing hooves, need to draw more hooves.
Some mess on my table. A painting in progress, Khajiit sitting on a guar’s back. Can’t manage to finish him. :c And also some recently made ACEO cards to be traded with a few friends.
Just a little bit of national pride.
Just a short update, artwork created in August. All are painted with watercolors, the bottom two are only A5 size, inked.
By the way, check out Jane Blundell’s watercolor triads, here: http://www.janeblundellart.com/watercolour-triads.html
Painting with only a few selected colors results in significant mood change in the picture. Try it, it’s fun!
My first mandala.
Finished! Grumpy cat, white wolf and winter mountain landscape. In the landscape I tested the wet in wet technique.
Schmincke watercolors, cotton/bamboo paper. Average size 14x10 cm.
A difficult yet productive weekend. :) Tiny watercolor paintings.