Monday, August 18, 2008

Part two and five



During my watercolorclasses I always prepare some studymaterial for the group. Such as step-by-step instructions that I´ve scanned while I was painting them. These have been very helpful and quite popular. This painting is one of them, stage two and then the finished watercolor. I actually started to think about collecting some of the instructions in some way. It would be a nice project to work on either way.
Last week I made a little fieldtrip to the eastcoast. I set off to pick up a friend that had taken the ferry from Gotland to the mainland. It took me almost four hours to drive to the harbour in Oskarhamn and it was almost no time to stay and sketch but it was nice to get a glimpse anyway. Havn´t been there since I was in my early teens so I didn´t really remember what it looked like.

5 comments:

Shirley said...

I loved seeing your watercolor in progress. Your work is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing it.

Stephen Gardner said...

You are truly amazing, that watercolour painting is just stunning, I want to see more.

wagonized said...

I understand why the step-by-step process is so popular. This is great, and i too want to see more!

Felicity said...

Your watercolours are really beautiful. I love seeing the step by step - maybe it will explain where I was going wrong, I have no talent with paint and brush!

Mattias said...

Fantastiska akvareller!