Textured paper that I water colored for page 3 of my sketchbook:
I have completed the first 2 pages of my sketchbook with the exception of a little round sign on the inside cover that I intend to fill out once my book has been completed and is otherwise ready to mail. May this image bring you as much joy as it does to me:
Pages 25-26 of my Cut-Up Sketchbook:
My mom's Mother's Day present: a watercolor painting of a little tree frog.
I outlined all of my foliage from yesterday to define it and pull it out from the background a bit. I also added a wash of watercolor to the foreground.
I added another mushroom and a bunch of leaves, as well as a wash of background color, to my sketchbook page.
I kind of love how the watercolors worked out on this card.
Ink and watercolor again.
This card was washed with watercolor, then accented with ink.
This time I painted the back of the playing card with watercolor.
I decided that I wanted to pattern all of the mountains after all, but I tried not to make it too busy. Page 24 is unofficially done.
A quick wash of watercolor on page 24.
Those steaming vents that I started drawing on page 24: volcanos!
Now this illustration is done. I finished refining the clouds and the sky colors.
I started page 24 of my Cut-Up Sketchbook.
"Calendar" image of Daily Art created in January.
(Note: This image was actually created in February, but since I'm posting late I'm putting it here at the end of the month where it should go anyway.)
The drawing's almost done - it just needs a bit of refinement here and there...