Monthly Archives: October 2015
So I had some ink left in the ceramic pot, and decided to do a quick hare rather than washing it down the sink. Although it worked with a figure drawing, I found I went too dark,well it was black! … Continue reading
This is a requested piece, it was taken from a photo showing a father with his first born, it was created using Indian ink with a brush, based on simple line work. ‘Blessed Beginnings’. I allowed the ink to do … Continue reading
This was a very large piece of mount board,and the largest hare I have created yet! I choose to use charcoal, for a change. I didn’t find the mount board the best base to use with charcoal. This is a … Continue reading
Busy with some more hares, these two are watercolour.
I painted this piece for our hospice’s treatment room, it is a small room, with a blank wall looking to be filled. I thought I had better steer well away from my traditional brown, and went for bright and vibrant, … Continue reading
Time for a change, something to challenge myself this time. I had some large sheets of mount board, so it didn’t matter if this went completely wrong ( cheap stuff) I decided on a ladies face as I think it … Continue reading