Ganesha is calling again. Maybe it is spring, new beginning?
If you want to know how far you can get by regularly practicing watercolor,
take a look at my favorite small resin Ganesha in February 2014 and in July 2014!
Getting closer to what I want to see!
Pentalic Nature Sketch Journal, and BTW, this is not the same as the more expensive watercolor book from Pentalic. I’ve enjoyed this sketchbook, 130lb drawing paper, and the only thing that stops me from buying more of them is that I love the Aquabee better!
Created with a Pentalic 2B woodless pencil, Platinum Preppie Pen,
and Daniel Smith and Holbein watercolor paints.
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Your Ganesha is fantastic.
i had a great model!