One more in the primaries series.
Second in the series of paintings using just the three primaries. I think this is my least favorite so far, and it is in large part because I isolated the use of red to the rat. Changed it up again on the third, and I think I like the results there better. Third is coming up!
Did these guys in my new watercolor moleskine. On the suggestion of my brother, I decided to paint them in only the three primaries. Came out way better then I hoped it would, think I want to do a whole series of these. Let me know what you think!
This is a sketchbook study for a commissioned portrait I am working on. …well, commissioned as in purchased as an item at a charity auction. No one is ACTUALLY going to pay me to paint.
I am trying to decide if I want to add ink to this. Since this is just the sketchbook version, I might go ahead and try. Let me know what you think, and if anyone has any general ideas for the big version I would love to hear them!
An Ent, doodled as I was testing out materials. I got watercolors for my Birthday as well, so this is one of the first images I made with them.
I was waiting for a friend after work in First Plaza in Albuquerque, so I decided to draw this tree.
Done with my new Rotring Art Pen (sketch nib, extra fine). My little brother got it for me for my birthday!
The House Sparrow. The right page was drawn from a study skin. The left page was drawn from observation (the one where he is sitting of course) and from photograph (the one where he is flying). The left page is obviously pen, the right is older and is in pencil. Also, my handwriting is atrocious, so sorry about that.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy it! I have a few more of these skin studies I might post later.
Tommy Lee Jones. I drew him today because I was trying out a new pen. Not thrilled with the pen, but I think the drawing turned out ok.