Monday, July 18, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
Watercolor on Fabriano Artistico CP 600 gsm
Painted this elephant yesterday, on a full sheet of Fabriano. I must say it was scary, my brushes are not that large so I had to work in sections-- but I managed to pull off this fast paced work AND was able to bring out the form without muddying it too much! Only three colors were used- light turquoise, intense blue and yellow ochre.
I am thinking about a portrait or a figurative painting next.
Another news, I was invited to give an interview for Daily Paint Works and it was published today on their blog.Check the link above, of course, if you are interested in knowing a bit more about me! :)
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Watercolor on Saunders Waterford Paper
This is a young chimpanzee that I spotted on telly this morning- some documentary about chimps in captivity.I actually froze the frame and took picture of it--not the best way to get a reference- but since I planned to paint it loosely, lack of details didn't matter much.In fact it helped me loosen up!
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Watercolor on Arches cold pressed paper
I started with the idea of a white subject against a dark background and this one was perfect, a snowy owl I had seen sometime ago in a nearby wildlife park.
Some good news this morning as well.My last painting "In Search" ( old man with a white beard) has been accepted in International Watercolor Society HongKong. This is the first time I had entered any watercolor painting outside my country and feels great to be accepted.I am sure its going to be a great experience, fingers crossed.