Thursday, August 4, 2011
My Brush Is My Pen Too
For my Weekend Creation Blog Hop entry, I thought I'd share some of my other artwork with you today.
This first one is a watercolor I painted for my father as a gift. I normally paint animals or mythical creatures, but I tried something realistic this time.
This watercolor I painted as a gift for a good friend of mine. It was my first floral attempt.
My second floral watercolor was this poppy I gave to my mother.
I went through a phase where I did a lot of geometric art. I focused a bunch on different jungles of the world. This is a Sharpie and watercolor pencil piece from that time period.
I make my own cards for gifts, sometimes using recycled/found materials. This is one of the cards I made for my father a few years ago.
This is an Indian water sprite that protects rivers,, also done in watercolor. I am going to try to incorporate one of these spirits into a story some day, when inspiration hits. It hasn't, yet.
My passion for insects never left after childhood. Butterflies are so majestic. This work is done in oil pastel and linseed oil.
Hope you enjoyed my artwork. Maybe, it will inspire you to create a story or other masterpiece yourself.
As always, happy writing and happy reading to all! And today, happy creating!