Food illustration has become my passion these days. There is something about spending my time looking at food and trying to capture the exact look of the food or drinks. Here are my latest watercolor of food and drinks!
All of my watercolor is on Arches Cold Press 300 g/m
My watercolor paint that I am using is Windsor and Newton tubes and Sennelier L’Aquarelle Watercolor pan set
All of my watercolor food illustrations are on my Zazzle shops.
Here are my latest watercolor and illustrations!
Where is your fortress of fears,
Does it cradle all your tears,
Will, it hold through the years,
Don’t self-destruct in front of your peers.
The new reality for at least right now. The importance of wearing a facemask so the Coronavirus doesn’t spread. Years from now, when I look back at my art work, I really hope that this was just a once in a lifetime event. I guess we will see how this plays out. Will I be painting a Santa with a face-mask too? Time will tell.
If you are interested in Art Challenges on Instagram, there are a lot of fun ones going on right now! I have composted a list below for the April and Quartine Challenges!
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I hope these help you spend your days doing fun doodles and watercolor!
I did this last year on my birthday! I was working with a limited color palette.
This cute pink Flamingo was inspired by my visits to Naples, Florida zoo.
I took a class on Skillshare for creative whimsical bird watercolor.
A blend of pen and watercolor for this cute Black Cap Chickadee.
So my older kids are always trying to help me with ideas on promoting my art and shops! They told me to take my art to TikTok and create something fast and fun. Well, that is so not easy! It takes me days to create an image with hours of working out the colors, shadowing, highlights etc. I had to give it a try and see if I could paint on demand.
I thought that doing a loose floral watercolor would be easy. Painting fast, here is my Hyacinths Easter Basket.
Getting into it, I decided to do a dog drawing with a coffee cup!
After spending a few hours creating some TikToks, it was fun! It made my kids happy since they want to show off my art to their friends.