It’s all water under the bridge, A4 watercolour
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Back Cover–Uncharted Waters
The back cover of my Uncharted Waters Sketchbook, done in silver sharpie marker.
My First Page in my first Moleskine, this is towards my work based upon “Place” which is for my Uni Course. This is done in watercolour, it is of a boat which is nearby where I live and never seen it get used, it’s always there and i just thought i’d start with this.
Along the shore of Greenlake in Seattle, Washington a tree hangs over the water, its branches dipping down into the lake.
River of Dreams
The third page in my ‘Uncharted Waters’ sketchbook. A compilation of eyes and eddies of blue.
An octopus attacking a pirate ship! Made with inks and watercolors. I wanted to play with my new sponges mostly.
I’m happy to announce that after ages of lurking here and loving it, I have finally taken the plunge and created an account. I love the work being shared and am excited to be a part of it all at last. my first post is a two-parter: two different versions of one design I created a little while back.
I’ve been a huge fan of sacred geometry for at least a year or so—seed/egg/flower of life, celtic knotwork, &c.—and decided to combine that with my lifelong love of the number 4 (and, by extension, squares) in a set of interlocking square links.
I like to think of them representing the 4 classical elements: (clockwise from top) Earth, Air, Fire, Water. another interesting reading I discovered is that they seem to represent the 4 base pairs of DNA (GATC) which are the building blocks of life as we know it. naturally, there are many more sets of 4 which could be referenced; and I invite you to choose the one(s) which speak(s) to you.
the version on the left was done with a Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen as well as Prismacolor colored pencils; and the version on the right was done with a brush-tip F-C artist pen and colored brush-tip F-C markers.
I hope you enjoy; and I look forward to sharing more of my work in the future.