Got a little restless yesterday, but got inspired from APOD and a friend’s facebook postContinue reading “Random Procreate painting”
With the news that the watercolour class is on hiatus, for very good reasons, I’m doing more stuff just with picking up the iPad and going. It’s fun, there’s no setup, no cleanup, no messy fingers…
This could be where I end up spending most of my art energy.Continue reading “Random iPad sketching and stuff”
Started this one a couple weeks ago and finished it up today.
I used a very different palette for me:
- Prussian Blue (Daniel Smith)
- Cadmium Red (American Journey)
- Monte Amiata Raw Sienna (Daniel Smith)
I spent part of the day watching a couple SkillShare videos, including one on using Adobe Fresco. I hadn’t download it before, but it at least looked fun.Continue reading “Sunday “Me Time” sketching and drawing”
This painting was begun near the beginning of September 2019, and took quite a while to complete because of missed classes and so on. It’s a relief to finally get it done. I’m rather pleased by how it turned out.Continue reading “Sunflowers and Barn”
Hopefully I’ll do better this year than I have in the past
@inktober #inktober #intober2019Continue reading “Inktober 2019”
So today, 2019-08-28, my painting class is participating in an art show at the facility our classes are held at. A couple weeks ago, we worked on matting the various pieces we were going to put in the show. There were no limits said on what would be okay, and we were mainly asked by the instructor for quantity.Continue reading “painting class, a show, and politics”
I was doing a little light shopping at the grocer’s today, and they had these ginormous onions. I can’t wait to try them.
This past week, July 19, 2019, famed actor Rutger Hauer passed away. Arguably his most famous moment is in the Blade Runner, when the character he plays, Roy Batty, reaches the end of his life, and he offers up this soliloquy to Decker (Harrison), as proof of his humanity:
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I’ve seen C-beams glittering in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All these moments lost in time, like tears in the rain. Time to die.
I decide to do some ink work, adding in some watery effects for rain or tears.Continue reading “RIP Rutger Hauer, “Like Tears in the Rain””
Our teacher handed this source image, which is of a painting, as an assignment. I don’t know the artist of the source, so I can’t credit it.
This provided us a lot of stuff to work on:
- the clouds
- the stone wall of the barn facing us
- the stones and stump in the foreground