Hello (too much) darkness, my old friend

My first attempt on painting (not just colouring) with watercolour went very bad. My second attempt went a bit better, but still with lots of potential for improvement. This is my third attempt, and an attempt I had about 45 minutes to get done. So I may have rushed it a bit.. Anyway, this time…

Abstract man

I recently bought a book about watercolour painting by Jean Haines called "Jean Haynes' World of watercolour. Anyway, in the opening chapter I saw this really cool abstract painting of a man in a suit or jacket. Painted with no clear face or clothing. I got really inspired by it, and had a go at…

The very first time lapse

After getting a new camera, I figured a painting session would be a nice opportunity to test out the new time lapse function. So I mounted it on top of my desk and had a go at it. The painting is a watercoloured cat, based on a ruff pencil sketch. It took about 90 minutes…

Sea creature sunday

I've been having a real urge lately to try and paint some watercolour sea creatures. More specific, some sharks and whales. So I picked up some watercolour pencils, and drew up the outlines of a great white shark, a killer whale, and a whale I don't really know the name of. The final step was…

Some Shibasaki-inspired paintings

As I want to get better at watercolour painting, I've been doing some tutorials from Youtube. Most of them by the painter Shibasaki, who I think make some great paintings in record time. Two of the paintings I've been inspired by, are one with a dinghy on a sunset lake, and one with a fishing…

First attempt at watercolours

I've found that painting with oils, or water soluble oil paint as I usually do, take a certain amount of time. Both when it comes to picking it all up, organizing it, making out the right palette, and to finish it up, rinsing out the brushes and cleaning up the¬†additional supplies. Don't get me wrong,…