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I found some more hats from the hat project in 2018. I was working in an 8 inch square hand bound journal I’d made using the OLD Gutenberg paper from Hahnemühle. (Remember I don’t recommend the new version of Gutenberg now being sold. It still binds up great, but it doesn’t work with wet […]
Not all wizards work for the good as today’s entry explains.
Today I’ve posted a tabloid reference sheet about the most recent wizard. You’ll want to click on the image so that you can see an enlargement and read all the text. Because of course you want to keep abreast of all the details… You might also want an additional detail view of the image, so […]
Today seemed a good day to share another one of my wizard paintings because, well next month (April) on my Patreon blog I’m going to be sharing the full, realtime version of this sketch as a secondary demo. (You can already see the sketch silent and sped up to only 3 minutes long on […]
Yes another wizard portrait. I have been sketching a lot lately with the same green, orange, and mixed purple triad. This is one of the recent sketches. I’ve been focusing on the point to my Patreon/RozInterim subscribers that painting is more fun if you mix colors from a harmonious few. If you would like to […]
Yes another wizard; this is one of my favorites. I’ve been having tons of fun painting wizards in-between the demands of downsizing. Tired of sorting papers to put into storage? Go sketch a wizard. At the end of this post you can also see the full-page spread where this portrait was sketched. And on […]
I started these wizard portraits working very small (6 x 8 inch page size), but this one, which is about 9 x 11, inches just sort of happened. It seems I can’t get wizards out of my mind. Now it seems many of them might end up being very large as well. We’ll see. This […]
Pretty much self-explanatory. Just some more stuff I’m pondering.
A page spread from a Hand•book watercolor journal with 140 lb. watercolor paper.