My september paintout for: The Virtual Paintout. This is in Holbaek, Zealand Island of Denmark . I call this one Horses, I thought the one close to the road was quite attractive so I did the painting in soft pastel with tinted pastel paper by Canson .
My sketch for August, The Virtual Paintout ; a little late with this one, I attempted a few rough sketches and finally came across this one in Oatlands, Tasmania . This store was in an older looking town with a flatbed truck which was harder than I thought being forshortened, the 1st try was sort of strange looking, I stopped with this one. I used color pencil after the sketch ; the paper was a 9"x12" Drawing Pad for muti use dry material , so I chose Prisma color pencil.
My 2nd post for July's "The Virtual Paintout," the 2 hens appeared to be having a bit of a chat and I couldn't resist painting them using a water brush and watercolor pencils on 90lb paper, 9x 12 : )~With the practice I'm getting, I'll have to take painting to the next level; out doors and see what I can accomplish : )~
My newest entry for the June " Virtual Paintout" , this is an Orthodox Temple in Latvia. For the painting I used Van Gogh watercolors, a waterbrush and 9"x12" 140 lb W/C paper plus a light touch of verithin prismacolor pencil: )~
My 1st collage ;its 2 pieces , a torn painting lower 3/4's and a painting tablet for the base . I painted the sky ;top 1/4 , used white opaque for the stsr and splatter, next I glued the torn pieces back of which was watercolored with salt added , alcohol drops and light sponging. I did this in a class at Ben Franklin'swhich used to be in Tucson. I did this May of 2000 : )~