World Watercolor Month


As you might know, this month I’ve been posting small daily doodles based on the Doodlewash prompts for June. I did all of these on one page and here you have them all. By the way, the paper I used is the Hahnemühle Collection Sketch, which I will be reviewing in July, along with theContinue reading “World Watercolor Month”

Owl’s Eye -Postcards for the Lunch Bag


Artwork-Zebra Technical Pen, Daniel Smith and American Journey Watercolor on a Hahnemühle Coldpress Watercolor Postcard. Reference photo courtesy of Insubria on Pixabay. Did you know that owls don’t have eyeballs? Their eyes are immobile tubes that boost depth perception. Fortunately, they can rotate their necks by 270 degrees in order to see in other directions.Continue reading “Owl’s Eye -Postcards for the Lunch Bag”

Tiger’s Eye -Postcards for the Lunch Bag


Artwork-Zebra Technical Pen, Daniel Smith and American Journey Watercolor on a Hahnemühle Coldpress Watercolor Postcard. Reference photo courtesy of 272447 on Pixabay. Even though they often act like a goofus, the Siamese cat has the soul of a tiger. Did you know the farther from the center of the body, the darker the fur onContinue reading “Tiger’s Eye -Postcards for the Lunch Bag”

Windows & the Hibiscus Bug – Postcards for the Lunch Box


Artwork – Zebra Technical Pen and American Journey Watercolor on a Hahnemühle Coldpress Watercolor Postcard. Reference photo courtesy of joojoo14 on Pixabay. Where does the time go? Out the window it seems – I managed to do a painting, but I didn’t get around to looking up facts about the hibiscus bug. And today’s doodle…Continue reading “Windows & the Hibiscus Bug – Postcards for the Lunch Box”

Photos for a change III


I really am painting up a storm, but it’s all for art supply reviews and birthday presents so I can’t post any of it yet. So paintings will be few for a while, and then I’ll inundate you. I’m sharing the photos that I’m using for a Facebook challenge. The Challenge: Kathy Delumpa Allegri nominatedContinue reading “Photos for a change III”

Photos for a change II


I really am painting up a storm, but it’s all for art supply reviews and birthday presents so I can’t post any of it yet. So paintings will be few for a while, and then I’ll inundate you. I’m sharing the photos that I’m using for a Facebook challenge. The Challenge: Kathy Delumpa Allegri nominatedContinue reading “Photos for a change II”

Leopard Seal -Postcards for the Lunch Bag


Artwork-Zebra Technical Pen and Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolor on a Hahnemühle Coldpress Watercolor Postcard. Reference photo courtesy of suju on Pixabay. Did you know that the Leopard Seal is a predator second only to the Orca? They eat fish, bird, penguins, krill, and even other seals. They’ve killed humans, though that is rare. And today’sContinue reading “Leopard Seal -Postcards for the Lunch Bag”

Photos for a change


I’m currently working on reviews, videos and trying to get another Diggory Wombat book done for hubby’s birthday at the end of July. So I’m doing lots of artwork, but can’t share most of it yet. Which means I didn’t have a painting to post today. I accepted one of those challenges to post somethingContinue reading “Photos for a change”

Feather & Silky Chicken -Postcards for the Lunch Bag


Artwork-Zebra Technical Pen and Daniel Smith Watercolor on a Hahnemühle Coldpress Watercolor Postcard. Reference photo courtesy of jhas on Pixabay. Did you know that a bird’s feathers can weigh more than its bones? And today’s doodle… Doodlewash Prompt: Feather. Artwork: Zebra Zensations Double Ended Brush pen on Hahnemühle sketching paper. Tools: To find a listContinue reading “Feather & Silky Chicken -Postcards for the Lunch Bag”

Buttons, Buttons


Artwork: Zebra pen Mildliner brush pens and Zebra Pen Metallic Brush Pen on a Hahnemühle Nostalgie Postcard. I realized I didn’t have anything but my daily doodles for today and tomorrow, so I did some quick abstracts to post. Ever wonder why buttons are on opposite sides for men and women? Most men dressed themselves,Continue reading “Buttons, Buttons”