Heather Myers

    Heather Myers posted an update
    I\'ve been on hold for over an hour. I know they\'re busy but I may be slowly going crazy. Fortunately I can spill that energy into this weird painting thingy. onhold
    Heather Myers posted an update
    This one I know the scanner mucked with the colour. The pink is very bright in the actual painting. I used Jane Davenport paints for this and the smaller piece I posted earlier. That pink is the \"Best Friend\" colour, which is a neon pink if I\'ve ever seen one. This one is better than the previous ones, I feel, but there\'s still kind of a dead zone in the centre, and the pink wibblies I made on the right edge are bothering me now for some reason. loosefree_3
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    The second of my \'loose and free\' watercolours. I got decent pigment this time but I have a muddled bit in the centre. There\'s some nice feathering effects where colours ran together, but this one feels... a bit dead somehow. loosefree_2
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    This is the first \'loose and free\' watercolour I tried after watching Angela Fehr\'s video. I used tube watercolours because those matched the colours she used, and I loved the effects she got so I figured I\'d start close to her example. I didn\'t use enough pigment so the colours are washed out. Additionally, I\'m pretty sure my scanner is mangling the colours somewhat. I\'ve got a couple more of these in the pipe, and I welcome any suggestions anybody has for how I might improve them. Or if you think they\'re already great, I\'d love to know why! 🙂 loosefree_1
    Heather Myers posted an update
    I decided to try a sketch of some of my art tools on proper 140 lb watercolour paper after liking the general look of a similar sketch I did in my journal. The scissors are out of proportion... next time I do this I\'ll try a contour sketch first to help with that. Art Tools
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    A spread from my latest journal. I seem to be addicted to drawing my art tools. And, in this case, random ladybugs. Hey, ladybugs are cool! Drop-shadows are also cool. When you do them right, eheh. This paper is not suited for watercolour (though that doesn\'t stop me apparently) and I\'ve done a similar still life of art tools on watercolour paper, which I\'ll put up shortly. moleskine_8jun2019-1b

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