Commissioned work of two lovely pups, rendered from photos provided by the customer.
Micron ink pens and Windsor and Newton watercolor pans. I really enjoyed this combination.
Spent the bulk of the day finding shade and painting today! I am really enjoying allowing the watercolors to work their magic. Where I am typically tighter in my drawing style when using ink pens and then watercolor over the top, I find using just watercolor and brush allows me to be more gestural and simplistic. It’s like a breath of fresh air, a relief (sigh).
Took a little while to finish this postcard/small painting with all of the intricate details in the ink work. But alas, it is finished and available in my Etsy shop.
I am really enjoying the experimentation process of watercolor lately. You can find this postcard in my Etsy shop!
The weather has been so beautiful this past week that I took to drawing the little treasures popping up everywhere. This line drawing was done using Micron black pen on Canson watercolor paper. I will be adding watercolor this coming week, and then this postcard will be up in my Etsy shop!
Curled up with a blanket, a book, and a baking show. Love drawing new perspectives.
Created this in my Sketchbook using a red Bic ballpoint pen. #the100dayproject
After recently moving to a new apartment I’m trying to still stay on task with creating a little every day with the #100dayproject.
Also, new artist-only Instagram @eggleston_art. Please stop over and check it out!
Meet Spirit! A beautiful Pitt mix I’ve just finished drawing. This commissioned piece took me about five hours to complete. I used Prismacolor colored pencils on Strathmore Bristol board.