Little Lamb – Counting Sheep #8


Artwork – White Nights Pastel Watercolor set on Fabriano Artistico in a Mary Roff handmade sketchbook. Photo Courtesy of gamagapix on Pixabay. Happy and healthy Easter to those that celebrate! Happy and healthy day to those that don’t! It’s been a while since I did a sheep in my handmade Mary Roff sketchbook. I decidedContinue reading “Little Lamb – Counting Sheep #8”

Live Life Like the Gate was Left Open – Counting Sheep #7


Artwork – Daniel Smith Watercolor on Fabriano Artistico on Fabriano Artistico in a Mary Roff handmade sketchbook You may have seen the meme ‘Live Life Like the Gate was Left Open’, which usually features a photo of a dog running madly and happily. Well, in this case it’s a sheep. Personally, I’m thinking that theContinue reading “Live Life Like the Gate was Left Open – Counting Sheep #7”

Sitting Down – Counting Sheep #6


Artwork – Daniel Smith Watercolor on Fabriano Artistico on Fabriano Artistico in a Mary Roff handmade sketchbook With Christmas gift cards burning up in the pockets of those looking for places to use it, I thought I should mention Mary Roff’s excellent handmade sketchbooks once again. You can read my review here. This painting didn’tContinue reading “Sitting Down – Counting Sheep #6”

Zwartbles – Counting Sheep #4


Artwork – Da Vinci Gouache on Fabriano Artistico on Fabriano Artistico in a Mary Roff handmade sketchbook Number 4? Where are Counting Sheep 1 – 3? Well, check Doodlewash on Monday for my review of the beautiful Mary Roff handmade sketchbook that I recently bought and you’ll find those first three little, lost sheep. IContinue reading “Zwartbles – Counting Sheep #4”

Gouache VS Acrylic Gouache Part 2


Artwork – Da Vinci Gouache over Holbein Acrylic Gouache on Fabriano Artistico in a Mary Roff handmade sketchbook . Yesterday’s post discussed the difference between watercolor-based gouache and acrylic-based gouache, and I showed you a background that I did using the acyrlic gouache. Which I’ll show you again … Why so many streaks? The brushContinue reading “Gouache VS Acrylic Gouache Part 2”