A water illustration done in one of my personal Moleskine Watercolor journals. Done with watercolor and a penciled word.
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Watercolor done in an Moleskine A3 Watercolor Journal. Inked, skeletonized leaves were pressed into white ink for pop.
This watercolor was created in a Moleskine Watercolor journal a couple of year’s back. It was inspired by an old marker illustration I did in the 1980′s of a Clown Fish I bumped into on a dive trip. At one time, I wanted to create large 3-D pieces of undersea images and this illustration was a study of one of the fishes I intended to do.
A Water Lily in my backyard pond. Created in a Moleskine Watercolor Journal using Caran d’Ache Neocolor II Aquarelles and ink.
I created a pixelated abstract of my daughter running on the beach in a Large Moleskine Squared Reporter using colored pencils. I worked from a photograph and a Photoshopped image in which I reduced the resolution to be similar to the grid paper and for help with color selection. If you squint, you can get an idea of how the original looked.
The letter “K” in the Alphabet Series in my Moleskine Sketchbook. Collage and ink. http://www.journalingarts.wordpress.com
The letter “O” in the Alphabet Series in a Moleskine Sketchbook. Pen and ink, Tombow red marker and a silver pen. The “O” on the right side has a cut out in the center which forms the letter “P” on the reverse side. http://www.journalingarts.wordpress.com
The letter “C” in my Moleskine Sketchbook Alphabet Series. Done with Marker and ink.
The letter “D” in the Moleskine Sketchbook Alphabet Series. Ink line work and markers for the color.
A quick watercolor sketch of the banks at Jekyll Island done in a pocket sized Moleskine Watercolor Journal. I did this really fast to avoid over complicating it, which is my natural tendency. I am not too comfortable working with such simple strokes, but it was helpful to learn more about how watercolor paint works.