Posts tagged ‘sketching’
Common ground with slightly different view points.
Liquid Pencil, gouache
Smoke: the possibilities for imagery…
Had to say goodbye to my outrageous, opportunistic little Morning Glory beauties. My favorite part of summer and the last vestige of summer glory.
Not so happy about it;)
Predator/prey, pressure and worry;stress and anxiety, these two almost always show up together.
Kind of how one feels at an awkward new school, new job,or new neighborhood orientation:)
A very different (for me), sketchbook entry. What do you see in the sky?
I adore Google Images. I use it for all sorts of reasons, but occasionally something unexpectedly disturbing shows up while searching for an innocent, benign image like say, a mouse.
This guy is what the subconscious churns up after a little too much exposure;)
Thank you creative writers who already responded to my previousc post-Call For Writers. I’ll be posting your ideas (with due credit), very soon. Anyone who’d like a take a shot at writing a little something about the girl in the water, please feel free. You can include your words in a comment, or email them to me firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
No matter what sort of beyond, there are intriguing spaces to travel. Unfortunately, there may be limitations. Some places are dangerous, ill advised, some not yet possible. But, the mind’s eye can lead you… anywhere. Where do you want to go?
Fishing for…information, gossip, compliments, sustenance, trouble… Ideas?
Sketchbook Project 2013 Graphite
I’ve entitled this sketch, ” At the lake” because… I’ve always enjoyed trips to a lake. But..there’s something exciting and a little bit creepy about the surroundings;murky water, snakes, mystery lurking. This sketch captures how I felt as a kid, near the lake.
I’m giving the graphite a little rest and working on Canson Mi-Teintes, nicely textured black paper with a white charcoal pencil.
I’ve no idea what this is about, except that my garden pig plays a starring role;)
Sketchbook Project 7-8
Done it again! Signed up for 2013.
This year, I’m committed to graphite with a touch of white acrylic here and there to pick up what the eraser can’t. It’s all about the values, and an other worldliness. My objective is to concentrate on basics; strengthening my compositions through black and white values, and giving my right brain a work out, but keeping it raw, (resisting the temptation to refine). I’m also experimenting with different papers. I’ll eventually paste the pages into the sketchbook. I’m reserving one color perhaps, to introduce later on..maybe;)
Above are pages 2 and 3. Lots more to come.
I’ve just added a new page on my Portrait of a Girl and Her Art Blog, which supports my soon to be available book, of the same name. I’ve included printable guides for your sketchbook and portrait work, along with some general basics about making art. If you’ve never tried working in a sketchbook or drawing a portrait, now’s the perfect time to start. Just click here.
VERY soon now, Portrait of a Girl and Her Art will be available in hardcover, paperback and PDF .
I’m working on additional electronic formats.
Very soon I’ll have purchase info ready for one step clicking.
Portrait of a Girl and Her Art already has a dedicated blog where art tips, exciting interviews with young artists, and submissions of art by young artists will keep the inspiration momentum flowing! Please visit soon.