I started this week with a small gouache study based on my studio. Robin Kalinich posted in the Ink & Alchemy facebook group, asking to see everyone's studio, which made me think I ought to just paint it. I'm looking for angles and architecture/structure that I'm not having in the landscapes I've been working on. Also, this piece has an initial layer of text in ink, which is mostly obliterated (and that's okay) by the additional layers of gouache.
|ink and gouache, 5" x 5"|
The paynes grey in the lower right corner gave me some hope that I could get the gouache to work in a way similar to the pulp painting. So from there I did some landscapes. You'll notice I did not title them. I decided dating them was sufficient for now.
|12.10.14, goauche, 4" x 6"|
|12.11.14, gouache, 4" x 6"|
For the rest of the week, I went back to interiors. I think I will be exploring here for a bit. I wasn't sure what to expect when I posted them online. Although I occasionally do draw things along this line, I don't usually add color and they never get posted. These has been really well received among my online followers, and I'm very thankful for that.
|12.12.14, ink and gouache, 4" x 6"|
|12.13.14, ink and gouache, 6" x 4"|
|12.13-14.14, ink and gouache, 4" x 6"|
|12.14.14, ink and gouache, 4" x 6"|