Available here. Drawn (freehand) with: pencil, ink bleed, turpentine, and gesinski ink in the Procreate app. More flowers for my flower series.
As much as I love working in watercolours and other traditional media, I continue to enjoy my visits back to drawing freehand on the iPad.
The art app media I use prints up well on my inkjet printer. I use fade resistant inks. The colours look fresh, and the line work is crisp. I can now, after much play and practice, achieve a similar look with my “reproductive” prints.
I’ve shared about this monoprint in a previous post.This version above has a watercolour wash added to the monoprint, and a little art app media applied in the Procreate app. I’ve printed it onto Canson 220gsm drawing paper, with archival inks, on my inkjet printer. I’ve placed it into my little art shop, I opened on my “Shop” page today. It’s now available as an “open” edition print. I like that I can turn my “monoprints” into “plurals”!
I sell my art locally, and I’m pleased the “Simple Payment Buttons” that I’ve mentioned here, allow me now to have some of my art prints, (and eventually some watercolours) available on my site. It was fun to set up!
Gum leaves are a favourite subject of mine; their sweepingcurves are a joy to capture in a dance of pencil lines. These had their beautiful bonnet shaped flowers on show. I picked them while I was out walking with our dogs. I also collected some with gum nuts, which I’ve drawn in graphite pencil – it’s in the little gallery below.
This one above is a print from a tiny watercolour I did. It has a touch of colour dabbed on it in the Procreate app. I’m in the process of applying more watercolour, and a bit of oil pastel to the print; as well as using some water-soluble pencils – I often get the colour from these pencils by wiping a wet brush across the tips of them. I’ll also finish my original watercolour .
The Canson 220gsm drawing paper is proving to be excellent to print on, and takes light water washes well. The Epson printer inks I use don’t run. I also print on some lovely watercolour papers…
I’m working on a few miniature watercolours, (among other things) which I’ll also scan and print – and perhaps rework… Plan to share them soon. I hope to open my little art shop this week; I make mention of it here. Thanks for stopping by! *To enlarge the images below, please tap on a pic. More info on the captions.
In the “Procreate” app, I used the artist crayon to add more colour. It’s printed on A5 size Canson paper. I’ll deepen the lines and colour in the original watercolour to finish it.
A (Bic) graphite pencil and a water-soluble graphite pencil drawing of gumleaves and gum nuts, that I collected on a walk today. Not yet finished.
The scan can be lightened, but I liked to deep tones. Worked on it further with the eraser in Procreate, set to burnt tree charcoal – this has a similiar grain to that of the paper.
This print of my pencil drawing showed a pleasing range of tones. Tried to capture that in this photo – difficult to do. Will tint a print with watercolour.
A Watercolour on Fabriano 300gsm %100 cold pressed, cotton paper. It’s about 2 .5 inches by 3.5 inches (6cm x 9cm) in size… I often enjoy working within a small format. This is the size of ACEO art cards; popular with some artists.
I scanned it into the iPad with the “Scanner Pro” app. Then printed it onto an A4 sheet of Canson 220 drawing paper. This is not an inkjet paper, so I had to saturate the colour a little in the Photo app. In this way I could get quite a close equivalent to the colours of the original work. I liked how the blue was a bit more vivid on the print, and have since gone back to the watercolour and splashed on a bit more blue paint. As is usual one informs the other.
The original watercolour and coloured pencil work in the middle above is a little over 2” x 4” (5.2cm x 10.2cm) in size. I drew both my little artworks from memory and imagination – though I do like to, and highly recommend drawing most often from observation! 🙂 Below are some more of the images of it, as I worked on it further on the iPad, in “Procreate”. There’s some info on the captions.
As I’m used to working small, I think this is one of the reasons I find drawing – with my finger – on an iPad (iPad Air 2 screen, began with a mini) quite a comfortably sized working space. And handy you can expand the screen, to get closer for detailed work. *To enlarge them all, please tap on a pic.
Thank you for stopping by; enjoy the Easter break. 🙂
“For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:”
1 Corinthians 15:3-4 KJV
A while back, I painted this in an app called, “Art Rage”. I’ve printed it onto a lovely %100 cotton paper, and added it to my art I have for sale in my local area. Also, I’ll soon have some art, perhaps a few small pencil and watercolour artworks, but mostly prints, available for purchase via my “Shop” page – there’s already some info on this page. I so enjoy that I’m able to make my own iPad art prints, and reproductive prints.
Thought I’d try out the WordPress “Simple” payment system, which uses Paypal. Recently this was even further simplified – great job WordPress! As for promoting my art for sale, not my forte…. so just as well it’s more a fun adventure, than a serious business venture!