Posts Tagged ‘painting’
A newish watercolor sketch and a few process shots.
First step, pencil sketch (chicken scratch?)
Laying down watercolor paint. I purchased a new set of watercolors recently that I’ve been beyond happy with. Highly pigmented, affordable & in pans! I have a fairly strong dislike for watercolor paint in tubes.
More layers of paint.
A close up. I used a bit of colored pencil, the paper lends an interesting texture.
The final piece, approx 8.5″x11″
January already? I’ve blasted through any resolutions I might have had. Except for making more time for painting + drawing. I have lots of acrylic paint and large canvases hanging around my studio that I’ve been trying to work with. I’ve realized two things: I prefer smooth papers and boards to the texture of canvas & while acrylic paint was once my favorite medium to work with.. I think that might be changing. Click through to see a few photo snippets of recent projects.
I’m not ready to concede that it’s almost winter just quite yet — so here’s a new autumn landscape painting & a few photos of the piece while in progress. Read on to see more.
Watercolor on coldpress paper. 6″x9″ish