After two weeks, we’re still shoveling our way out of a persistent white blanket of snow.
A backward progression or choosing when to stop painting:
Thank you! Your thoughtful comments warmed and cheered me. I’m feeling better, and I’m pleased to be back to blogging. I’m taking it slowly, but look forward to visiting all of your blogs very soon.
I’ve been under the weather lately, but hope to be visiting your blogs and posting lots of new work as soon as I am able. For now though, I’d like to wish all of you who celebrate, a magical Holiday Season. Till next time…
Back to some purely gestural sketches. Quick and fun to make.
Really? You’re giving me that for dinner again?
A ridiculously happy little hamster;)
Terrible terror. I’ve seen it. Rescuing one of these little guys from my cats.
Walking the bird in the rain. I have no idea why ; )
A bit of gestural nostalgia. Friends strolling in the sun, while amiably catching up.
Tighter than my usual watercolor sketches, this one is a little too predictable for my taste. Because I’m literally sketching with the paint, following no pencil guides, I became preoccupied with the horse’s anatomy. She lives not too far from me, so I also struggled a bit to portray her as I have glimpsed her, …
Leftovers from the Bird Child series. A little Bird Child dance.
A couple of really quick watercolor creatures.
For my friends down-under.
This kiity got a little busy and a little muddy with so much subtle information to convey, that I worked some white into it. While I’m not crazy about using opacity in my watercolors, I tried it anyway to bring cohesion to the image. My challenge is to try this subject again, including all her …
Worried bunny. A big, impressed “Thank you” to “as long as I’m singing” for a fabulous story based on a recent Watercolor Wednesday post. You’ll find Troy’s “Happy Feet” right here.