UPDATE – the original has sold. Limited Edition archival prints in 8.5×11 inch paper are available now in the shop.
The Sultry Seahorse was created with Windsor and Newton watercolour, Prismacolor Verithin coloured pencils, Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens (india ink) and Pilot Hi-tec C pens on Arches watercolour paper.
This original artwork measures 8.5×10 inches (21,5cm by 25,3cm). Yes, I’m beginning to illustrate bigger, slowly working my up to painting large wall art again.
You can see the beginning of this artwork in the last post.
The original illustration is RESERVED already however, limited edition prints will be available shortly in the shop.
I laughed, and the name kind of stuck.
Size – 4×6 inches / 10,2cm by 15,3cm
Medium – India ink, Prismacolor colored pencil and Windsor & Newton watercolor on Arches watercolor paper.
The original A friend said these flowers look like breasts is for sale in the shop 😉
And just a note on March 6th, 2009 I celebrated three years of Blogging!
Happy Blogiversary to me!
Medium – Micron pen and India ink on Arches cold press watercolor paper.
Available as a 8.5×11 inch / 21,5cm by 27,8cm print or in 5 x7 inch size in the art shop.
She says "Do you love me?" as she grabs his curled foot…
Wow I illustrated this 7 years ago! It is also one of the few illustrations that bear my married name as I am divorced now. It is signed with a tiny tiny "JB 2001" down on the bottom right rather than a "JD 2001". How about that?
I created this original using watercolor, colored pencil and technical pens.
The original measures 12" by 12" or 30,4cm by 30,4cm
I have been gearing up to begin illustrating large again by drawing many small miniatures. I hope to carry their personality into much larger compositions such as this one in the near future.
8×8 inch Prints are available of this image in my shop.
I have been drawing more lately using my favorite pen; the PILOT G-TEC-C4. Excellent for writing and/or drawing. The above spread was created over a few days this week. I tend to draw many things at once, going back over them again and again adding detail. I never use a pencil first, unless I am composing an image that will be painted in using watercolor. Just pen on paper. The journal I am currently working in contains about 60lb paper stock, is acid free, cold press and unbleached. I like cold-press paper because it gives a light texture to draw upon rather than the stark hot-press paper, which tends to be smoother and have a sheen to it.
I completed this drawing two nights ago down at my friend Soren’s home. He created music while I drew to it. He said:
It looks like a bird looking at fuzzy looking things…
Hence the title of the drawing. Below is a detail of Bird.