It’s been quite a while since I’ve done one of these. I’m proud to present more of my art!
I’ve been sketching more than usual lately. Here are some snippets:
See the uncolored Cinderella sketch in the above gallery? I transposed it to watercolor paper and here is the result. I wish I had been more bold with some of the colors, but it’s a start!
Also, I’ve been continuing making bookmarks. Just as I did with the Cinderella painting, I take doodles from my class notes, copy them on narrowly cut watercolor paper, and paint them in. I love creating art that’s actually useful. These sure brighten up my assigned reading.
Finally, this is a project I’ve spent this week working on. We just finished reading and discussing Tennyson’s Idylls of the King in my Courtly Love class. At the end of the poem, Camelot ultimately falls because of Guinevere’s infidelity with Lancelot. This painting is one of the few instances where I consciously construct the image. I put a lot of thought into her pose and color scheme. The text is a quote from the end of Tennyson’s fantastic poem.