Friday, November 18, 2016

Sketches #298,299 & 300

I think I have the right numbering scheme now lol Above is a tube of oil paints and a tool for working with clay. Don't have a kiln, even tho I did have the chance to get one, space for it was an issue so had to pass on it. One day might have one, or even the use of one when needed would be ok.


This was supposed to be one of my watercolour sets but doesn't really look like it. Thats ok tho, still a sketch for today even if it doesn't look like it is supposed to.

9 comments:

RH Carpenter said...

I knew what the bottom was before you said it didn't look like it! So you accomplished that without a lot of fussiness in lines and stuff. I like your sketches when they show the lines without erasures - somehow it seems more like it is showing me your progression along the way which is more interesting than a finished, clean drawing :).

Linda Kunsman said...

wonderful loose sketches Jennifer. Happy PPF!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

What wonderful sketches! I especially like the clay tool. I wish I had access to a kiln sometimes too.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I could tell it was a watercolor box before reading your comments.
You ALWAYS capture the essence of what you are sketching. Very good!

NatureFootstep said...

great way to use your tools as subjects :)

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wonderful sketches. They both flow so easily.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks Rhonda :) Couldn't erase the lines even if I wanted to, ok could do it with photoshop but not without driving myself insane first lol

thank you Linda :)

thanks Lisa :) it just suck kilns are not cheap

thank you NatureFootstep

thanks Nicole :)

Shashi Nayagam said...

You are doing very well with your sketches.

SLScheibe said...

I love to draw art supplies too. Actually, anything on my desk is fair game. Sketches are looking great as always!