What do you need, dear? Would you like to be thinner, younger, would you like to grow legs? No problem! Sea Witch has got it all. Now there’s a Sea Witch shelf in every drugstore, actually. Gouache paint and watercolor wash in the background.
This picture illustrates “Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH”, the audiobook I have listened to lately. Nice story! Mrs. Frisby is a field mouse, a widow with five children. One day her youngest son, Timothy, gets ill and his mom starts big campaign to save his life. Ink, Derwent pencils and a little of watercolor in the end, just to add yellow and blue tint.
Quiet evening home… A little drawing made for DA group challenge. The topic was double: moon or sun. Derwent pencils and ink.
And what can she do now? It all started with DeviantsGallery group challenge, “Eyes”. My first connotation was a lost dog or cat with big helpless eyes, but later the creature has evolved a bit. Pencil, crayons.
For Natalia, who needs a present for a little girl. Watercolor, gouache and color pencils. In short, my favourite set of tools.
This spring’s been so cold that trees are 3 weeks late to bloom, and farmers already have started to fight for financial compensation from government. Even though their “lost harvest” doesn’t exist yet. Reasonable people. Everybody knows government is slow. But now it happened, at last. Trees are blooming.
This is Liquitex watercolor (crimson, emerald green, yellow) and white gouache on tinted watercolor paper. Yes, I have found tinted watercolor paper lately! It can be bought in several shades; blue, gray, yellow… This one is yellow. The well-lit upper surface of the flower in top left corner, this is true color of the paper. No paint here.
Spring, the new beginning! This is a little picture inspired by Sharpened Edge May’s challenge: “Why I love Spring”. The little twist here is that my Spring is not a young beautiful girl. Spring comes every year as long as the planet is revolving around the sun, so why should she be so very young! I think a nice Grandma is more likely.
A little free time picture in gouache and ink. Moomin family organized a treasure hunt the day when they had sailed away to have a picnic on the beach, and this is what Moomintroll had found… he fell in love with wooden maid’s eyes and it caused some complications.
Most popular Easter motifs are bunnies, chickens and eggs; here you can see all in one. Happy Easter to everyone!