“They didn’t want it good, they wanted it Wednesday.” Robert A. Heinlein
I tend to thrive on deadlines, creating them for myself even if I don’t have to because it makes me more productive, but this month I have no projects demanding urgent attention. And I’m still managing to get a few things done.
Here are three little drawings I’ve just finished:
The Return #1 — ink and watercolour, 90 x 90 mm, 2016. Sold.
The Return #2 — ink and watercolour, 90 x 90 mm, 2016. Sold.
Worth the Risk — ink and watercolour, 128 x 128 mm, 2016. Available.
I’ve been getting reacquainted with working in pen and watercolour. It’s been ages. Too long, really. So I thought I’d ease back into it with a few abstract patterns. One thing led to another and the four mini (3″ x 3″) artworks below are now for sale have sold on Etsy.
These WIPs show the transition of yesterday’s kitten sketch from the initial drawing through to the final image. I realise that the blown highlights make the kitten look a little odd ~ but because they are one of the reasons I like the photograph, I wanted to retain them in the sketch.
“I am an artist you know … it is my right to be odd.” E.A. Bucchianeri