This is a watercolour portrait I did avoiding any superfluous embellishment to its form and tried to keep the person’s authenticity.
Here’s a watercolour sketch I’ve done in my spare time, I’m experimenting with the thickness and thinness of watercolours, combining them in different ways. You also get to see a close-up of my desk, yep best set up for some watercolouring action..
Hope you all enjoy, cheers.
I wanted to share with you this watercolour portrait and wish you all a Great Christmas! This it’s been done on a 12 x 16 watercolour paper. Had fun with this, played with the thickness and thinness of it, done in about 2 hours and left it quite sketchy. Hope you like it.
…following watercolour lines. We don’t understand the path, we don’t understand the reason, but we keep following them, adeptly…
This is a Watercolour Portrait I’ve just finished of Hercule Poirot, one of my favourite characters of all time..! Remember when I was little staying home watching telly with my mom,she handed me over the love for him and the whole genre of films and series and now it’s time to pay a small tribute to him. It’s done with Winsor & Newton Watercolours on an A3 Paper pad in about 6 hours. Left it kind of unfinished with these water patches and brush strokes on the bottom to give the idea of a worn out old photo.. and also, it’s got to look more as a watercolour hasn’t it?
Hope you’ll like it!
Another watercolour and gouache, used gouache just for some of the highlights. Enjoy!