Monthly Archives: December 2015
Here in the uk we have 1 hour to go before welcoming the year 2016…..A very happy new year to all of you that have already entered into the new year, we are on our way to following you on … Continue reading
My 2015 Christmas ‘thank you’ cards, are quick watercolour sketches, a boxer dog for a patient at work ( I had said I would paint one for her a little while ago). A hare ( of course),and lastly a selection … Continue reading
‘Hey Jack’ has eventually hopped off the unfinished shelf and into my finished watercolour file. He is watercolour with a vibrant brusho background wash.
I am loving this festive break, I have painted every day, finished many paintings that had been sat waiting to be completed, and today I painted Ginge, my sisters Norwegian forest cat, who is truly a living bagpuss ( the … Continue reading
Today I had a play at combining watercolour and charcoal pencils, it was such fun, the two gave a rough feel, that allowed freedom of flowing lines, oh and messy fingers! I will try this again with a little more … Continue reading
We have some lovely Indian runner ducks at the yard my ponies are kept at. They really have to be the comedians of ducks, this is a painting combining brusho ink and watercolour. ‘Remus’
Well it may look similar, but it really isn’t a hare….BINGO, the bunny! Watercolour.
Today I finished my large red squirrel, despite being very enthused at the start, I really could not get into finishing him. Although I managed to put paint to paper in finishing him, he was not how I had first … Continue reading
This is ‘Anja’ meaning sit down in Korean. Indian ink and watercolour sitting baby elephant. I love the way the water brings out the subtle colours in the ink, some shadowing was created with the addition of a little watercolour, … Continue reading