Another page of green ink; this one got away from me a bit, but I kind of like it.
Sunset on a clear day – Watercolour
This had been a crisp, clear day with very low temperatures. At this time of year, where I stay, the sun sets around 4.00pm and any residual cloud can sometimes be lit from underneath, just below the horizon. If one is lucky then you may see the warm colours of the sinking sun shine upwards under the clouds almost appearing to set them on fire. There is a short time where the colours are amazing and its easy to miss the spectacle. I was lucky, on this occasion. Whether I did the scene justice is for you to decide but I am still learning, even at my age, to watch out for nature’s displays like this.
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Telephone lines in California based on a photo taken a few years ago. Watercolor and a pen to make the maze of wires. http://www.tnpaint.blogspot.com
I took the panoramic photo while on vacation this summer. I printed out the pictures on my polaroid pogo printer and stuck them in my moleskine. I finished the page with some watercolor and ink
Here’s a beautiful sunset we had a month or two back that I painted from a picture I took. I’m quite happy with how it turned out but not at all happy with the scan. The colors are more vibrant is some areas, and more subtle in others. I tried scanning it and photographing it but I still couldn’t really capture the color. Oh well I enjoyed painting it, very relaxing. If anyone could share any tips they’ve found to get accurate images I’d appreciate it very much.
Sunset in Mala Duba. The very same scene as the one posted on September 3rd, buit done by Dervent Studio colour pencils on a large sketch book.
I have to add that I wasn’t happy how this particular notebook accepts watercolours, and I’m not happy with how it deals with colour pencils either. What is it for? Guache/Tempera, Ink, Pencil? Help me, I’m getting confused, and planning to give it up…
Pomegranates and sunset at Mala Duba
Watercolour on a large WC NB
Mala Duba is a place 22 km north-west from Gradac, where we went for a day because of a beautiful beach…