Monday, 25 March 2019

Waddle of Penguins

Combined two pictures to get one painting

How I started it off
Credit to @orilotweet (Twitter)
Credit to @orilotweet (Twitter)

Saturday, 23 March 2019

Friday, 15 March 2019

Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Friday, 1 March 2019

Penguins by Paints of Acrylic and Watercolour

The left penguin is painted using acrylic paint and the right penguin is painted using watercolour paint.
Credit to @orilotweet (Twitter)

Friday, 22 February 2019

Shoal of Fish at Abyss Marine Fish Aquarium

I have completed a few more watercolour paintings! Yes, each of these fish were in their own group and I painted each one from different groups. 

Location of aquarium: Abyss Marine Fish Aquarium, Nagoa, Goa 403722.

Monday, 18 February 2019

Blowin' Bubbles

This watercolour painting was to try to focus on an artsy theme. On the other hand, I'm very unsure if this worked out. My main focus was to use as many colours as possible and to blend as many together in order to create more outcomes with blending different colours. Also, the 3 circles are supposed to be bubbles of different colours. I have done another watercolour painting to match this painting, which will be posted on my next post.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

A Room in Goa

Another holiday in Goa, with no internet connection and no Wi-Fi, gave me the moment in time to work with watercolour pencils. However, my ruler was completely forgotten, so it was a challenge to draw straight lines. 

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Artsy and Sad

The plan of the theme was to be Arty and Sad. Again, they were both completed years ago. The first one is done by water colours and a black pen. The second one was done by soft pastels.

Soft pastels are my least favourable, due to the fact I am potentially not used to using them  that often. Furthermore, soft pastels can get smudgy, which makes it more uncomfortable to use. Another reason is it is more chaotic to use. On the other hand, watercolours are more smooth and straightforward to handle. From my experiences, they are easier to adapt to.