Vivian’s first day of school
Similar to what I did for Sam, I made a little portrait of Vivian from her first day of school. She loves that her hair looks a little reddish/purple as she really wants to dye her hair. Oh, and shave it on one side to get it swooping over the other. 🙄 I used a…
Sam’s first day of school
A little portrait of Sam from his first day of school. He changed his hairstyle up for his first day of school and so far, it is very important to keep it that way.
Hand and thumb
Another Zoom portrait using racing green instead of the typical sepia. I like the way the green turned out and picked this snapshot as I thought the inclusion of the hand was interesting. Turned out pretty good I think. Progress. 📈 This piece was done using Derwent Inktense watercolors and water pens, along with a…
Keeping the Zoom portraits going with another one using a deep red instead of the usual sepia. Done using Derwent Inktense watercolors and water pens, along with a Uninball Eye Micro pen for the outlines. Smiles go a long way. Keep smiling all. 😃
Zoom fatigue (figure #72)
Another Zoom portrait and this one shows how a lot of us feel. Still using the larger A4 size of paper for these and it’s fantastic. This was done using Derwent water pens, Inktense Sepia watercolor paint, and a Uniball Eye Micro pen.
Mean business (figure #71)
Time for another Zoom portrait. I’m really liking using a larger A4 format of paper for these (versus the smaller A5 I was using previously) I feel like the extra room makes it a bit easier to use the brush pens and get a more even wash effect.
Slightly amused (figure #69)
Keeping the Zoom portrait series going with a coworker looking slightly amused at something that was said. This one is a larger format (A4) than previous portraits (A5) mostly because I ordered the wrong size replacement. The extra space was pretty nice to work with though so happy accident I think.
Zoom portrait with watercolor and pen (figure #62)
Another portrait via Zoom using my trusty Derwent water pens and a Uniball pen.
Portrait with watercolor and pen (figure #61)
Keeping the series of portraits in this particular style going…
Portrait in watercolor pen (figure #58)
A portrait done from a screenshot of Zoom participants. I’m using pencil, Uniball Micro pen, and Derwent watercolours (with water pen) for this.