Saturday, July 31, 2010

Large Watercolour South Bank Thames


This one I am starting to try to bring in some of my earlier techniques and merge them with the new freedom I have learn't recently from Jean Haines book, I am probably getting a bit boring banging on about the influence she has had, so I will ease up a bit, but dear reader, be in no doubt Jeans Book is a 'must' if you want to loosen up and get the real spirit of watercolour into your work.

In this one I did pick up a pencil, then decided just to dive in and enjoy the process, I am glad I did. Painting exists in its own realm, has its own logic, the trick is to take the viewer along with you. I hope I am starting to achieve this.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why do these watercolors show up on blogs on Blender?

Roy The Artist said...

Anon: You need to contact the blender site, Its because I also used to do a complete blender 3d course, which is now on youtube. They need to point directly to the correct page, not my fault...