WIP Wednesday | whirling in watercolors
Well, I’ve officially WIPPed myself into a frenzy. While scrolling through photos on my iPhone last night I realized that in the last month, I’ve painted every single day – usually multiple times a day.
I’m not sure at what point this will become a problem, but for now I’m relishing in the freedom and focus it provides.
Last week – alone – I worked on 20 paintings. Most were test pieces I use to teach myself, but there were a few in there that I feel good about. Here’s a gallery of the last seven days (keep in mind most are just testing/journaling pages):
journaling | testing brushes, tones, tints, shades and brushes with some leaves and a few flowers | 17×12
My new journal, a 16×20 Moleskin with watercolor paper.
yogic rays | watercolor | 8×6
testings shades, textures, etc. in watercolor, wax crayon, water-soluble crayon and tape | 17×12
Mushroom Clouds | watercolor and gouache | 11×15
WIP | watercolor in progress | canvas | 30×20
playing with watercolor | 9×12
green geode cave | watercolor | 9×12
journaling sky in watercolor | 17×12
Sky #826 | watercolor | 9×12
playing with watercolor crayons and was sticks and pastels | both 9×12
cloud doodling | watercolor | 4×6
journaling sunsets in watercolor
learning and documenting techniques for clouds | watercolor paint and crayons, wax pastels | all 9×12
watercolor and salt on paper
Anyone have a favorite?
This entry was published on August 27, 2014 at 4:09 pm. It’s filed under making a mess in the studio.
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