For the new year, I am trying to do some art making every day. Today I wanted to work on some watercolours, but my hands were so cold, I couldn’t hold a brush very effectively.
Instead, I went to the iPad, and was able to do stuff under the covers.
Continue reading “Digital Painting, January 3, 2021”
Early December 2020 project, from a photograph taken by our instructor.
Continue reading “Seal Beach, California”
One of the other students gave us a picture of one of her flowers, an amaryllis, and our teacher turned it into a class lesson.
Continue reading “Amaryllis, November 11, 2020”
This was a class project, and it was fun. We used some techniques that we’d learned previously, applying them to an whole project.
Continue reading “Barn, Snow, Pine Tree, and Fences”
Painting a maritime scene from a photo taken in Nova Scotia. In this class project, we learned how to take a photograph and arrange and compose it to make a better painting.
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Doing some digital sketches
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The source image was from watercolour class, but I thought it would make a great watercolour painting.
Continue reading “Mountains and Birds”
We were given several images of fallen leaves, and told to paint them. I put together a composition using one of the leaves.
Continue reading “Autumn Leaves”
A digital painting made with procreate on the ipad
Continue reading “solo tree in still water”
So yesterday’s version of the China Canal sorta sucked. So I decided to do it again, taking more time with the sketching and inking.
Continue reading “China Canal, version 2”