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Well the challenge did shift my mind… I chose peeps to paint! All ink, sketched then hit with a waterbrush. These are always gambles… you can’t see the colors before you hit them with water — you have to try … Continue reading
VSW: Bay Of Fires, Australia
Why do I always like them better cropped into squares!? One of the last images in my Hahnemühle Watercolour Journal… wobbly paper makes for a wobbly sky wash… cropped it is interesting, but larger looks like a bad wash! Let’s … Continue reading
VSW: Tazzie Skies
. I thought I might be ready to do my review but not quite! Ink painting from a photo (used with permission) from a wonderful photographer, JC Merriman. *note: not tasmania but sofala australia…* Ink is so not like watercolor … Continue reading
VSW: Tasmanian Critters
The Tasmanian walk by Debi Taylor this month was glorious, and surprisingly, the critter caught my eye to sketch. I began with an Echidna , or Spiny Any Eater. Reminded me of our porcupines! I almost liked him better just … Continue reading
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