I’ve been so busy at work I haven’t had much time for Illustration Friday (or much else!) Coming in under the wire (it’s Thursday evening here), here’s a little something for the Illustration Friday theme, “tea.”
Watercolor on Canson Montval paper; the text at the bottom and the border are courtesy of Photoshop.
Here’s to good things in 2017…
For last week’s IF theme…
And yes, it was “party,” and yes, I’m late to it. *g*
but it’s what you do with it that counts.
For the Illustration Friday theme, “tool.” Watercolor and ink in a Canson Montval Field Watercolor sketchbook.
Since it can be hard to remember who you are, as opposed to what roles you’re playing, I’ve always liked this advice:
For Illustration Friday’s “hat” theme. The original’s watercolor and colored pencil in a Canson Montval watercolor field book; I cleaned up and reworked the scan a bit in Photoshop.
This one counts both as “smart” (for this week’s Illustration Friday theme) and exciting:
Why “exciting”? This is an adaptation of a piece I did for a magazine article on my art journaling. The magazine is the beautiful Colored Pencil Magazine, and the issue with my work just came out!
(The cover art’s by Morgan Davidson. Isn’t it amazing?)
My art is watercolor, ink and colored pencil on 7″ x 10″ Canson Montval paper. I scanned, cropped, and added the text in PhotoShop.
Well, this gets February off to a good start! Now, if the groundhog would just cooperate…
ETA: I’m afraid I don’t have a source for the quote — it was the answer to a Cryptoquote puzzle I did last year.
Wishing you happiness in the holiday season, and throughout 2016!
The original art is black ink in a Stillman & Birn Zeta sketchbook; I scanned the art into Photoshop, reversed it, and then changed the background color.