Gave my first script illusion a try - def a bit more challenging than sans serif caps, but really loving the process!
// made with a Winsor & Newton watercolor pan set, a no.2 and no.0 round Winsor & Newton Cotman brushes on Canson cold press watercolor paper
I’ve started some large 57 x 76 cm works on paper which I’m excited to continue with. But. As always, the first layer is the best fun of all!
This commission painting got some oil pastel detail today. Just what she needed to really make her pop!
I shared the beginning stages of this sign making a bit ago, but here's the FULL process (in under a minute 😂). I have NO idea if it's the "right" way to do this, since it was my first time, buuut I mapped out the letters first with pencil, then used #acrylic paint, for the letters & outlines... Then used a good ol' red @tombowusa dual brush pen to outline the block letters. 🖌️ It needed that pop of color! This sign was hung behind Santa & Mrs. Claus for my work's Customer Appreciation Day & free Santa pictures! ♥️ I'll post the Pic with Santa & Mrs. Claus in my story!👆
Nothing beats the feeling of laying down a first layer. Watching that white disappear and a new surface emerge is about the best feeling ever!
So I have a LOT of alcohol inks... I decided to organize them into a better box. I wish I could organize the whole house at this time lapse speed! Who else enjoys organizing their supplies?
I noticed I have a whole section for my purples and pinks, but only one bottle of red ink - 💜💗. I can’t wait to paint something soon!
#TBT to less than a week ago when GA-PCOM's campus was covered in snow! ❄️ In this 35-second time-lapse video of an hour's worth of recorded footage, you can see just how quickly the snow accumulated in front of our Northlake building. You can even see the front bushes start to sink under the weight of snow buildup! 🌨