Learn how to sketch in one and two point perspective and create an urban scene that can be used as the basis of the afternoon workshop session, or to develop a pen and ink sketch.
Not exactly a quote this Wise Words Wednesday, but a watercolor doodle from my sketchbook this morning. I have been listening to my grandchldren bicker of the smallest and silliest of issues as children are prone to do, … Continued
This was an unfinished demo piece from a Citra Solv workshop that I finally got around to finishing up this week. I love using Citra Solv altered papers to make these little birds! I added some detail with a … Continued
This past week marked the three week point for the Inktober challenge, which means that this daily time in the sketchbook should have become a habit! I do hope to continue the daily practice time in either my sketchbook or … Continued
I am continuing on with the daily Inktober challenge, and thought I would give you an update of this week’s sketches. Some are a little embarrasingly poor, or quick, but it’s okay to not “win” every encounter in the sketchbook! … Continued
As you may remember, I decided to participate in the Inktober challenge for the first time this year. Nine days in and I am having a blast. Some of the sketches are very quick, others I worked on over … Continued
Every year many artists participate in a challenge started by Jake Parker back in 2009. Since that time it has become widely popular, but I have not yet participated in it. I decided to do it this year, but with … Continued
Get ready for your next vacation, or document your last, art journal style! The travel journal is a mix between a scrapbook, sketchbook and art journal. It is a great way to fully experience your travels, and makes a priceless … Continued