The more I paint on Terraskin and Yasutomo, the more I like it. There’s no need to stretch the paper because it never buckles. I can simply start painting, so… Read more »
I bought a DVD by artist Ann Pember, Painting in the Flow of Watercolor, where she paints a beautiful watercolor on a smooth illustration board. I’ve been using 140 lb…. Read more »
These are 4″x6″ cards that I’ll give to people this year. I watched a lesson by Kathy Kovala, who did a demo with some of her students. Fun!
I took a three-day watercolor class with teacher Kathy Kovala. She’s an amazing artist and awesome teacher. The garlic paintings are small, but the barn is the largest painting I’ve… Read more »
Some lessons in perspective, puddles, and the great outdoors.
Watercolor is amazingly portable. I enjoy casein, but I don’t have a portable kit that folds up to the size of a phone like I do with watercolor. Casein dries… Read more »
I painted three 5″x8″ casein pages in my journal. The 140 lb. paper buckles a little with the paint. I’ve tried 300 lb. on a block, and it worked out… Read more »
All in my little Pentalic journal. I’ve been trying some realism. The plant on the second row is kind of awful. The final row are experiments with a new paintbrush,… Read more »
On the top are casein bubbles. The bottom is watercolor. Adding in white highlights with casein almost seems like cheating after the effort it takes preserving white paper when painting… Read more »
All of these are painted in my 3.5″x5″ Pentalic sketchbook or on 4″x6″ postcards from a block of Fluid 140 lb. cards. The second set and the farm scenes were… Read more »