Posts Tagged: watercolor painting

Not Just Another Doodle

Doodling with watercolor and ink has been fun. Lots of fun. It’s also given me an opportunity to learn a little more about watercolors — how to use them, and how not to use them. Sometimes it seems I’m learning

Not Just Another Doodle

Doodling with watercolor and ink has been fun. Lots of fun. It’s also given me an opportunity to learn a little more about watercolors — how to use them, and how not to use them. Sometimes it seems I’m learning

Late for the Party

I am about to set off on a creative adventure. It’s one I vaguely recall reading about before, but not one that I’ve seriously considered in the past. It’s the “100 Day Project” but with a few personal caveats. First,

Late for the Party

I am about to set off on a creative adventure. It’s one I vaguely recall reading about before, but not one that I’ve seriously considered in the past. It’s the “100 Day Project” but with a few personal caveats. First,

What? Me Worry?

Anyone who was around in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s is very familiar with Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine fame, an iconic character who graced almost every cover of the satirical publication from 1956 on. In case you’re wondering, Mad

What? Me Worry?

Anyone who was around in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s is very familiar with Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine fame, an iconic character who graced almost every cover of the satirical publication from 1956 on. In case you’re wondering, Mad

Dabbling

I’d have to say that at least half the fun of art comes from experimenting. I love the fact that there aren’t a lot of stuffy rules to follow, and although some rules do exist, we don’t have to follow

Dabbling

I’d have to say that at least half the fun of art comes from experimenting. I love the fact that there aren’t a lot of stuffy rules to follow, and although some rules do exist, we don’t have to follow