A blank paper or canvas is an opportunity to create something new. But sometimes we overthink on what to draw or paint. A great inspiration is to paint the background first. In my latest online class, Loosen Up Your Watercolor Painting, we will talk about ways on how to paint interesting backgrounds.
I’m giving away 5 spots for the class. […] View
Hi Everyone! I’m new to this group and I’ve been enjoying looking at the posts and videos of your sketchbooks. I have been doing watercolor and ink sketching in my art journal for several years, and it has opened up a whole new world, I don’t leave home without my “kit” now! Here’s a couple of sketches I did on a recent camping trip to LUdington…[Read more]
The only thing that gets that for me is get a piece of good 100% cotton paper, put down some water and add some watercolor pigment and watch the magic happen. I do love sketching in pen and adding watercolor and do make time for that every day. Hold on to the magic!
Funny you mentioned that people move so much. Well, I think practice for speeding up things with muscle memory and also a trained Memory helps here, BUT the guy on the right with the glasses said when we were arriving at the station and I finished the ink sketch (I colored the sketch after changing trains) “Finally I can move now” 🤣.
However my…[Read more]
Currently I\’m quite busy with mentoring and that\’s a good thing, but it leaves me with not very much online time left for posting, but today I made a flip through of my first self made sketchbook, enjoying how much I\’ve improved since then.
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