This is following a step-by-step presentation of the painting of a farm with some clumps of cows out front.
The purpose of the project is to learn how to show clumps of things without really detailing each object in the clump.
I’ve gotten as far as doing a colour study in my sketchbook. I’m not sure what else I’ll tackle.
The journal page for this can be found at
This is for my year-long course with Andy Evansen, in module 4 — Figures.
Continue reading “WIP: Figures, after Don Andrews”
My cousin was traveling across the country by car and took a snap from the car when they got to Missouri. I was just fascinated by the skies.
Continue reading ““Missouri”, After Katie Hawkinson”
Another floral bouquet, experimenting with digital watercolor.
See my post details
“Flowers and Vase”
Visconti Homo Sapiens Demo Stones Fountain Pen – Ruby
I think it’s so gorgeous.
It’s not cheap, either. Currently, $700 on sale, MSRP is $1,000.
I’m probably not going to get it. But I still want it.
I was watching another tutorial video by James Julier on
sea sunsets . I was inspired to make my own, based on an old photo — I can’t place exactly where the original was, but it was a rocky beach, somewhere on the west coast near Santa Cruz. The project post gives more info and intermediate steps.
I watched and followed part of a
tutorial on YouTube, from James Julier, on painting a digital landscape of trees with mountains in background. I departed from the tutorial partway through, but still a good time. https://www.notion.so/tamouse/James-Julier-landscape-tutorial-6fe9dc3b66c34b238e7d7e00973a619b
I took some photos of some pretty flowers near my PT facility. Turns out they were Stella D’oro blossoms. I did this all day yesterday, I really like how it turned out. The blog entry for this is
This was something I did a couple years ago. One of my early explorations of digital art, this felt like using markers rather than watercolour painting, which is fine. Find the project blog entry at