If you follow me at Paper, Paint, Pencils and Pens you may have seen most of these already.
The first three are the same picture done (1) in just watercolor, (2) adjusted on the computer for darker colors
and (3) with ink lines added ...
Feel free to have a preference. It's just me tweaking things due to inner critic not liking the first one (at first). After a bit I wound up liking it as much as the others, just accepting it for it's "difference".
Then came this dinner theme: Done I think with Prismacolor 08 and Winsor and Newton watercolors, and 2 old marking pens and a white Gelly Roll pen., not to mention a good appetite!
Grabbing utensils from the kitchen drawer gave me three new models willing to pose and be drawn, with size 05 and 08 black and red pens; and B (bold) and C (calligraphy) black Prismacolor pens.
Then on another day I challenged myself to sit and draw everything on my refrigerator door. Lots of family photos there as well as art done by the sweet hands of our grand children. I used Faber-Castell SX black ink pen.
Yesterday's lunch was lentil soup, done in bold Prismacolor black pen and Winsor & Newton watercolors.
And that followed by another lunch (yesterday's) of peanut butter on a brown rice cake and a bowl of vegetable lentil soup. The bowl is clay pottery made by a class mate many moons ago. Artist's Loft black pen size 08 and Winsor and Newton watercolors used.
If my kitchen sketches inspire you to want to do the same you might consider joining us at Paper, Paint, Pencils & Pens where we will be drawing to the "Kitchen" Theme for a few more days. On March 16 we start drawing in "Gardens and Parks" which might be your own front or backyard. Leave me an "I want to join message including your email address here in comments or on the PPP&P blog. I'll send you an invite. Then you are ready to post on that blog.
Happy Paint Party Friday (tomorrow)!
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