Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Azaleas, Old Wood, Greens

The By-Product is late today but still falls within the "daily" format. Here are some more marker and colored pencil tests and practice. The Japanese brush-watercolor markers are excellent for creating textures and overlays. This is the only time of year when I can depict brilliant azaleas and use my pink colored pencils. The new markers ("CleanColor Real Brush") also have a realistic sky blue which is the most difficult to find in any marker. The wood object is a pallet, a shipping tool which I see a lot of at the construction site next to my house.

More marker action coming, I haven't unwrapped them all yet.

Markers and colored pencil, some ink, 4" x 7", May 7, 2018.

1 comment:

Texchanchan said...

Azalea must be very hard, but isn't it lovely!