Orange Wash #10
Orange Wash #9
Orange Wash #8 - went back and just kept messing with it, really not sure where that waterfall is coming from, but blam does it ever fill the space where that water bled everywhere
Orange Wash #8 - I was unhappy with it and decided to go back and play with it some more, here is the full picture before I started messing with it again. I had that spot where the water bled into another section that I did not like.
Orange Wash #8
Orange Wash #7 - Small Beach Scene II
Orange Wash #6 - Small Beach Scene
Orange Wash #5
City on the water in the last few moments before sunset.
Orange Wash #4
I went for more of a Florida look this time.
Orange Wash #3
Orange Wash #2 - Watercolor Class
I’m going to keep making the basic picture from class with some small variations. I think this is called practice.
Orange Wash #1 - Up North - Watercolor Class - touched up
Because of course I couldn’t just leave it alone, I wanted to try to fix that spot where the tree and the island ran into each other and then I ended up touching everything. I’m not sure I’m happier with it. I also ran 4 more orange washes so that I can practice some more.
Orange Wash #1 - Up North - Watercolor Class
This is the painting I made in class. It starts with an orange wash. Once that is dry you do two graded blue washes from the outside towards the horizon line. Then you know, draw the rest of the owl, except in this case, it really isn’t that hard.
Bat Symbol - Larger Than Life III - Watercolor, Ink
again using the Batman Logo from the 1989 Tim Burton film
Bat Symbol - Composite 8 - Watercolor, Ink