Again a little bit of ice skating practice. Watercolor reacts completely different under these circumstances. I think you can really see the low temperatures here.
October was really kind of busy, finishing it with a video and a commission, so I started November a bit more laid back. 😊 AD39B638-2652-4F28-824E-6660ED0056AA
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.
Thank you Karen, I simply used the humble blue Bic Cristal. However since this tool gives me a false sense of control, I ordered five very fine ball points directly from Japan to try. I don’t mind having not much control of the tools, but this false feeling\impression somehow is just kind of wrong for me.
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