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VSW: San Antonio Zoo’s Dragon
This is part of an older virtual sketchwalk (see below) and I kept meaning to get to it. I love this gorgeous dragon/ I saw it painted in Daniel Smith Serpentine Primatek! *how perfect is that name?* One of my … Continue reading
Posted in animals, architecture, art journal, creativity, drawing, painting, pen & ink, process, sketchbook, tools, virtual sketching, watercolor Tagged #inktober, art journal, carousel, Daniel Smith watercolors, De Atramentis Document ink, dragon, Fineline masking fluid, Holbein, Moleskin Watercolor journal, Pentalic HB woodless pencil, Pilot Parallel pen, Platinum Carbon pen, Primatek, QoR watercolors, quinophthalone yellow, Riverwalk, San Antonio, Sennelier, serpentine primatek, virtual sketchwalk, zoo 6 Comments
My “Business” Sketchbook: North Entrance Chandeliers
I think these are my last lamps for a while. I’m not sure I want to become Kate-light! To draw this last Tiffany chandelier I could stand and rest my notebook on the marble railing, next to Big George. All … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, art, drawing, history, journal, painting, pen & ink, sketchbook, urban sketchers, watercolor Tagged art journal, chandelier, Daniel Smith watercolors, Holbein, Lamy Safari pen, MPF Conservation, Polar Brown Noodlers ink, QoR watercolors, quinacridone gold, quinophthalone yellow, Sennelier, Stillman & Birn, Tiffany, Washington State Capitol Legislative Building 3 Comments