Art it Up! is a weekly feature hosted by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read. It is dedicated to showcasing our Art. It could be inspired by a book or some other entertainment media or even just whatever artistic thing you’ve done that week. Break out those dusty art supplies!
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This week’s art
I’ve actually been on a major art kick again since Anya visited back at the end of June. She wanted to do some artsy stuff so we watercolored and then I got the huge doodle bug again and started carrying around my watercolor paper and pencil everywhere. Currently I’m up to 21 of my doodles watercolored. My new goal is to get to about 100 or at least fill this big box I have by the end of the year. I had these crazy goals to get all sorts of art projects done this year for a craft fair at the end of the year but yeah that is likely not going to happen. I’m still going to try to get into the craft fair to sell stuff but I won’t have nearly as much stuff.
Ok onto what you see below. I doodled this lovely Sea Hag and decided to watercolor her. Bear with me I’m still learning. I wanted it to have a sort of watery look. But I didn’t love how it turned out.
So I decided to do it again after watching some tutorial vids and doing an exercise out of a Stephanie Pui-Mun Law watercolor how to book (which turned out horribly ugly lol) Anyways. So I drew another Sea Hag and really liked her …but didn’t love my watercolor job again. I’ll likely draw her again on Thursday and go for round three. Or maybe I’ll just draw her again and wait a week or two lol.
You can see lots more of my daily doodles over on my instagram! Remember if you decide to participate via Twitter or Instagram please use #ArtitUp so we can all checkout your doodles!
Random Doodles of the Week
There are currently tons of doodles going up lately on my instagram so if you want to see more hop on over there to check them out!
This Week’s Crafty AGGRAVATION!
I’m still learning and perfecting watercolor techniques and it is sooo aggravating when things don’t turn out the way I want them to. All the online tutorials make it look so easy. But sometimes I want to bang my head on the table!! Oh I’m trying out some different hair styles for my doodles, more detailed and flowy and I really like the way it is making the doodles look!! – but it takes so much time and lots of erasing.
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