|'The Innocent' - watercolour & Indian Ink 5x7 inches|
When I was doing some smaller pieces of animal art last week, I started off intending to do Indian Ink with a watercolour wash. However, I was a bit heavy handed with the watercolour and didn't like the results. Then when it came to the Moody Cow, I reverted to my comfort zone of pointillism and liked the result so decided to re-do Tilting at Wind Farms in that style too. I'd also painted the lamb above which I planned to re-do but didn't quite get round to it.
Here's what the original horse looked like. You can see the final version in my previous post if you didn't see it already.
|'Tilting at Wind Farms' version 1|
And here are some more of my sketches from the 75 day challenge which finished nearly 2 months ago but yet I'm still churning them out on my blog!!
|Sketch 63 of 75|
|Sketch 64 of 75|
|Sketch 65 of 75|
|Sketch 66 of 75|
|Sketch 67 of 75|
|Sketch 68 of 75|
|Sketch 69 of 75|
I had an idea for some more whimsical illustrations, a little like my Twisty Towns but a little different. I'm going to be working on those today so pop back on Friday and let me know what you think. It's a bit of a departure from my usual animal paintings as sometimes I need a little light relief in the form of whimsy!
Today, I'm linking up with Alexandra's Sunday Sketches.