Below is a drawing I did by hand with Derwent Inktense Pencils and Watercolor pencils on 9″ x 12″ watercolor paper.
After I finished the drawing, I thought it would be a fun page to color. So, I recreated the drawing in CoralDraw. This version was created for letter size paper, therefore the flowers are spaces .75″ apart, instead of the 1″ spacing used on the hand drawing.
I created a black and white version that is available for download on my Coloring Page.
I have “played” around with watercolors in other art projects, but here is my first flower done in watercolor. Now, I guess I should do a study of how to use watercolors.
It was done on a 5″ x 7″ paper using Derwent Watercolor pencils and a water brush.
For some time, I have been wanting to draw a white mandala on black paper. I drew the grid for the mandala back in August. Yesterday, I finished the mandala. It may have taken more time to draw the grid than the mandala. Probably not.
Below is the result of my experiment with Derwent Inktense pencils. These pencils work by adding color to the paper and applying water. Once dry, the ink is permanent. Watercolor pencils and paint you can remoisten.
The drawing was done of watercolor paper with Micron pens.
Here is my mandala for New Years. It was created in CorelDraw. A PDF coloring version of it is available on my Coloring Page.
A PDF coloring version of it is available on my Coloring Page.
Surprise! This set of coasters glow under a black light.
Here is my mandala for Christmas. It was created in CorelDraw. A PDF coloring version of it is available on my Coloring Page.
Yes, in August I poured these painting. Yes, in November I finally pour resin over these paintings. Now, they are ready to be hung or given away as gifts. No, I am not giving them away.
I did not realize that this painting appears to flow towards the center, until I took a picture of it.
This painting look awesome under a black light. See..
And, this painting looks like it could be a fish.