Today I’m painting a little flock of butterflies with a romantic mood, using my set of six granulating Primatek colors, and the set of six QOR Introductory Colors as well. I am painting wet in wet on a 100% cellulose paper, Etival by Clairefontaine, and I am using Sennelier Walnut ink with a dip pen […]
This week I’ve been focussing on loose and splashy watercolors, and trying lots of techniques for achieving a random, carefree and loose effect in various subjects – from flowers to galaxies! Here I’ve collected together the paintings I’ve done this week, with their tutorial videos on YouTube so that you can try out some of
Let’s have fun and paint some really loose, splashy butterflies which would make a perfect birthday card or little gift. In half an hour you can have a finished painting. Let’s get started! To follow my tutorial for this painting you need to watch two videos, and I have linked to them below. The first
When we ask ourselves why butterflies are so loved by everyone, the answer is easy. According to my nature encyclopaedia, butterflies are some of the least destructive and most beautiful of insects. For the artist, they are a limitless source of inspiration and fascination, as we explore their infinite shapes and mixtures of colors. As
Creative Doodling Butterflies and Flowers with Glass Pen, Ink & Wash – Relaxed Tutorial for Everyone
You never know what will happen when you pick up a pen or a brush! Follow my art process today as I look for a project, sketch and paint a concept and finally ink and wash with surprising results! Let’s go!