I painted some Tamales on a Clay Talavera plato ☺ I put some close ups because its hard to see the details of the Hoja in the full picture! 🤟🏽
Aaaaaaaaaand turned out that it wasn’t my last version of Willy Wonka. I discovered it last week, when my teachers explained that they’ll give some final advices for the correction of details. Now, this project is waiting his correction and mark. :P
Here is the real finished version. I used colored pencil over the painting, made the hands bigger (they were really small), change the color of the costume for a more hot purple, and added a yellow light on the back to give more depth.
I really prefer it than the previous version, it have a much more warm atmosphere.
Mentally, I’m here.
Some little badgers to hopefully brighten up your day~
This is another piece I painted while on break last week. It was an experiment in painting leaves as shapes instead of just…blobs, ha. It’s based on a photo I found via google image search so I won’t be offering prints or anything of this one, sorry!
So our government just extended the epidemic for 60 more days, which means we still won’t be able to go anywhere, so why not escape through Studio Ghibli scenes 🙃🙃
Finally got to paint landscapes with my himi gouache paints
ugh this medium has such a learning curve
“hello mister mustache!”
Painted with shinhan postercolor and holbein gouache from own photo reference in a A5 fabriano watercolor sketchbook.
My second just-for-me piece from my week off: a young ornithologist~
I just chose birds I thought were pretty. 💛
Painted in Jan 13 2021, I used Himi Gouache, I only have M Graham white color xD
“Just so you know, I never felt like a loser when
I was with all of you.”
Beverly Marsh from IT (2017)
ghibli scenery study with Ponyo on a Cliff