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A Face A Day: Watercolor

Via Flickr:
Watercolor

For JKPP

Discussion and reference photos

Augusto’s work

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A Face A Day: Take Two

Joan Ramon Farré Burzuri by husdant
Joan Ramon Farré Burzuri, a photo by husdant on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Watercolor

For JKPP

Discussion and reference photos

Joan Ramon’s work

Same stuff – different day. Essentially repeating the sketch I posted yesterday. About the only difference is the paper.

A Face A Day: Watercolor Sketch

Joan Ramon Farré Burzuri by husdant
Joan Ramon Farré Burzuri, a photo by husdant on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Watercolor

For JKPP

Discussion and reference photos

Joan Ramon’s work

Learned a few things about what not to do here but… it came out better than I thought it would. 😉

A Face A Day: Sue

Sue Rama by husdant
Sue Rama, a photo by husdant on Flickr.

Neocolor II

For JKPP

Sue Rama discussion

Sue Ramá’s work

Had I known I was going to have so much fun sloshing water around, I would have done this on heavier paper. When the paper buckles like this, my scanner becomes a collaborator.

A Face A Day: husdant

husdant by husdant
husdant, a sketch by husdant.

“Fleshy, bespectacled face puckered in energetic concentration”

Pencil and watercolor

A Face A Day: Young Man–Watercolor

LYL-WC by husdant
A portrait in watercolor

A small sketch in monochrome watercolor.

Face A Day: Mixed Media

I’m labeling this one mixed media. All the tricky parts are done in monochrome watercolor. The background is Derwent Inktense sticks.

Nouveau Bust

Watercolor and Derwent Inktense sticks.

Face A Day: Watercolor profile

slave 1

Another watercolor

Reserve

More experimentation–this sort of thing is still pretty new to me. (Pretty much anything that is not a sketch with pencil or Conte´ crayon is new to me.)

Reserve 20

A sketch made from a picture of a marble bust and elements from a 20 dollar bill

Your Mother

I started with the old American Airlines add, “Think of her as your mother.” What can I say–it caught my eye.

Your Mother

Homage to an old print ad.