I keep hoping I'll get better at uploading my work and publishing to my blog.
Sunday, March 9, 2008
While I did use an actual photograph of the Nubble Lighthouse in Maine to compose this illustration, I decided to improvise a bit with the style and details of the setting. My Niece wanted a painting for her dorm room. I decided to give her both this painting and the one of the stone railroad bridge (below). I photographed this one while it was in progress, but there were very few details left to complete. Both paintings were great fun to compose. Getting them up on my blog has taken longer than I'd like.
This illustration is done in watercolor and colored pencil of the stone bridge on Dean St. in Norwood. I was pleased with the way that it came out. Rather than pay a lot of money to have it scanned, I photographed the original using my Pentax *istDL SLR Digital Camera. This camera is a marvel! It is an amazing tool.
Here's a new piece that I'm working on using watercolor paints. The picture quality is not great. I took it with my phone. When I...
Sweet Angel I have been busy, busy. Unfortunately, there hasn't been time to paint. There is time to sketch on many days. Early morn...