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blueludebar:

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sandraovono:

Watercolor study of à small boat. #watercolor #study #boat #beach #illustration

sandraovono:

Watercolor study of à small boat. #watercolor #study #boat #beach #illustration

alinachau:

Pack and get ready to head to CTN Road Trip Burbank tomorrow!!

More images on the blog:
http://alinanimation.blogspot.com/2014/04/ctn-road-trip-and-gallery-nucleus-show.html

Stayed up (perhaps unwisely) for the lunar eclipse last night.

Stayed up (perhaps unwisely) for the lunar eclipse last night.

i-found-a-paintbrush:

View of Spring Lake, MN as the ice melts.

i-found-a-paintbrush:

View of Spring Lake, MN as the ice melts.

Reblog

Reblog

nybg:

Weird is good, I say. And this spring, we’re going full-tilt weird (at least botanically speaking). On April 19, we’re throwing open the doors on a brand new art exhibition that embodies the stranger side of plants. Through a partnership with the American Society of Botanical ArtistsWeird, Wild, & Wonderful showcases the results of a challenge made to a global community of painters, illustrators, and more: look beyond the simple flower.

The result is both visceral and beautiful. Head through for more info on this bizarrely enticing exhibition. —MN

(Contributing artists, clockwise from top left: Ann S. Hoffenberg, Akiko Enokido, Nancy Gehrig, and Asuka Hishiki)

sophiefranz:

Quick li’l washy sketch of Dad - trying use up the muddy dregs of gouache from the last time instead of putting down new paint.  Because, you know, it’s so hard to open a tube and squeeze.
Watered-down gouache in pocket moleskine.

The feeling of the light here is pretty amazing

sophiefranz:

Quick li’l washy sketch of Dad - trying use up the muddy dregs of gouache from the last time instead of putting down new paint.  Because, you know, it’s so hard to open a tube and squeeze.

Watered-down gouache in pocket moleskine.

The feeling of the light here is pretty amazing

Playing with color mixing, watercolor on Langton Prestige cold press

Playing with color mixing, watercolor on Langton Prestige cold press

dshoaf:

I know it looks like lettuce on his head, but it’s supposed to be a bow. This took about 2 hours and was one of my last drawings in my head drawing class with Lucas Graciano at Watts Atelier. I felt like I learned alot about different ways to go about constructing the head through class and the online school. I’m developing an eye for shape design that I like as well when it comes to individual features, but I’m still striving to put it into practice. I feel improvement, and I think it’s visible as well. 

dshoaf:

I know it looks like lettuce on his head, but it’s supposed to be a bow. This took about 2 hours and was one of my last drawings in my head drawing class with Lucas Graciano at Watts Atelier. I felt like I learned alot about different ways to go about constructing the head through class and the online school. I’m developing an eye for shape design that I like as well when it comes to individual features, but I’m still striving to put it into practice. I feel improvement, and I think it’s visible as well.