I’m thrilled to share a kitty pet portrait with you today. Did I use colored pencils or paint? Or both? You’ll just have to see for yourself.
It turns out, if you draw a seashell with a Sharpie, then paint a little watercolor over it, you wind up with a cute watercolor seashell tag. Come see how!
About 50 years ago my mom married my stepdad. Which meant Mom, me and my two older brothers moved into Dad’s house with him and my two older stepsisters. Seven people . . . in a four bedroom house. If you’ve never been in a stepfamily, you might not know about the . . . […]
This is my first english shepherd pet portrait. Meet Buddy, the sweet dog of one of my dearest friends. Such a joy to draw!
Creating a tabby cat pet portrait with colored pencils and paint details.
This is a fun and easy way to “paint” a totebag using fabric markers and a wet paintbrush.
Spray paint clay pots then paint lines and dots with a paint pen for a simple, but cute look!
I’m continuing with my watercolor phase and thought I’d paint something sweet for Mother’s Day. Except this wasn’t exactly painted. It was sketched with watercolor pencils and then “painted” with water. It’s a fun way to get a watercolor look without having to know what you’re doing. I’m good with things that don’t require knowing […]