Look at the Stars

More experimenting with watercolors. My own interpretation of The Lion King, of Simba talking to Mufasa. This time I tried to be less hesitant and just go for it, dive in and put the brush to the paper. This too roughly 20 minutes from sketching through watercoloring. 

I am enjoying how watercolors can show texture and shadows in a different manner than sketching. 

  

Do you want to build a snowman? 

I decided to use a different media for this piece, watercolors. I started with a detailed sketch, then used a black pen to outline a few defining lines and the took a stab at watercoloring.

Much respect for those who watercolor, very tricky and time sensitive. And watercoloring can evoke expressions in a powerful manner differently than hand sketches. I’d like to continue experimenting!


  

I’m Late, I’m Late, I’m Late

The White Rabbit is know for his race against the clock. Thus, I combined this sketch with an image overlay of my hand sketching the drawing at various moments. I wanted to try a new means of representation; sketching is beautiful in its purest form but it can also be enhanced by combining it with other art forms. I wanted to explore this and try something new. The white rabbit is representative of time, and so is the composition of this final piece.

 

Time White Rabbit