And here is another experiment with Liquitex watercolor.
Playing with Liquitex watercolor:) Postcard size picture painted mostly with viridian green (of course!) I have more bottles of this Liquitex stuff, so the series may be continued.
Just before the wolf jumped in through the chimney…Koh-i-Noor crayons, mostly.
I’m not sure what they are cooking. I don’t know enough about trolls.
This drawing went to Nicky. Pencils, mostly. I got new Koh-i-noor crayons lately. I like them! And they aren’t that terrible expensive like MadeInBritain stuff.
This one was finished about Easter. My first picture painted (not all of it, but considerable part) with water brush. Useful little tool. Precious, when you care for even coloring.
Rabbit thinks too long, Eeyore doesn’t belive in himself and Pooh gets easily distracted: I’m sure Piglet’s a winner of the game. This is Easter picture for a friend and also an experiment. It’s all gouache. A bit of pencil, too, but no watercolor this time.
This is a miniature Hamelin musician; his job is to get caterpillars out of the garden. Ink, watercolor and little additions (watercolor pencil, white gel pen)
A drawing made for “Heart” DA group challenge. I was a little late with this (for Valentine day) but for a contest, just in time. It took second place