28 January, 2015

Watercolour: The Red Tree

For today's Watercolour Wednesday I have a piece I was working on in Mike's office on Monday. I went to work with him because he was getting tubes put in his eyes in the hopes of keeping them from getting to dry and damaging his vision. He was going to pick out glasses too and needed my help, but decided to wait until he got the permanent tubes put in a week from now. Anyway, I stayed the whole day at his work and needed something to do, so I painted this. I like working with silhouettes because it means you don't have to know how to draw properly and include details, lol! I finished most of it at his work, taking my pencils and paint box with me, and then I misted it and did some final inking when we got home. I hope you like it! I kinda want to try this in a bunch of different colours. I like trees. They're inspiring, don't you think?

Sakura Koi travel watercolour case
Derwent Inktense watercolour pencils
Ranger Distress Inks
Dr Ph Martin's Bombay India Ink
Faber-Castell Pitt pens

1 comment:

  1. I love trees also. This is beautiful. I want to see more. I have not used the Dr Ph Martin's Bombay India ink or the Koi travel set but I have the WN travel set. I am thinking they are similar.


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