Whenever I need a little bliss, I paint in my sketchbook.
It helps me to let go and feel free.
The weather has been so beautiful here in Wisconsin (and still warm), so I’ve been able to get outside with my sketchbook and favorite art supplies — oil paintsticks, watercolors, pastels, pencil and pen.There are no photos with those IDs or post 10891 does not have any attached images!
I usually start with a loose layer of watercolors – scribbling and dripping.
Once the white space is filled, then I start to pencil in my character’s eyes and features, adding more and more details as I go.
I finish off with a layer of oil paintstick to either cut out my character from the background or add a little softness to the face.There are no photos with those IDs or post 10891 does not have any attached images!
To celebrate YOU finding your artistic voice, I’m offering a Thank You Sale this weekend.
Enter code 10PERCENT and save 10%.
This sale includes all of my online art classes and everything in my etsy shop (including originals and my Inspired By The Little Things ebook). I’m sorry I can’t extend the sale to include my other books or society6 art prints, but they are still available.
3 Month Payment Plans are also available for my classes (even with the discount code).
**This discount code cannot be combined with other coupons or offers**
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Pps. My latest online class IMPERFECTLY PERFECT PAINTING is now available as a self-paced, instant access workshop.