@jennifer-mclean Could I not? 😀 You’re the person that had me accidently join up here. I mentioned you (amongst four others) in my last blog post and was looking to find where you stash all your stuff so I could rec it and ended up here 😀
Thanks for being so inspirational 😀
You are one of two artists who have inspired me to give my watercolours a go. And how I ended up here. In particular your cityscape with the river running through it. It is absolutely divine with your colourwork and wash work. You challenge me to have a go 😀
Thank you so much for sharing your process. It helps a lot.
I painted this same blue wren in acrylic a few months ago so I thought it would be a good subject to attempt my not-quite-first watercolour painting with. I drew in pencil, inked and then watercoloured. I found it kinda terrifying as I can’t paint over anything! Aaargh. But it is a good start…I guess 😀 Photo 7-10-17, 8 57 54 pm
Thank you, Sue 😀 I painted this in a hotel room while on holiday and pretty much had very little of an idea of what I was doing, so I was pleasantly surprised when it kinda worked okay. I still need a lot more practise with this medium – it is still scary 😀
LOL, I n early July I doodled bears in bushes/woods (I’ll have to find it) … sitting in a hotel room. It’s not my only piece done in weird random places that I liked the final product. Hmm, is environment THAT influential?
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