Prints of some of these are available on Society6 https://society6.com/isabelproffit
I also did a video for all my inktober pictures, super cringey, but hopefully not too bad. I’m still rather new to all this 🙂
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To join my last picture of our crested drake, I’ve now painted Gerald, our Cayuga Drake. So you know.. he doesn’t feel left out. I take a lot of photos of him, so no doubt I’ll end up painting him again soon.
This was painted with winsor & newton gouache on daler rowney mixed media paper.
Prints can be brought on society6
We have 6 ducks and yesterday I decided to paint our crested drake.
We’ve only recently got this pair and haven’t even named them yet, but he’s already been painted. I’ve been organised and already uploaded the speed paint video for this and prints are available at Fine art America and Society6. I’ll get round to uploading my Peacock painting on there shortly. Those that follow me on instagram will have seen that painting.
He was painted using winsor and newton gouache, I’m becoming quite a fan on this stuff and was completed on A4 Daler Rowney mixed media paper. I like how this paper handles things pretty well without warping too much. It’s also the paper that I’m using for my inktober pictures and it’s really nice not having to worry about the ink bleeding through into the page below.
I’ve just started trying to do a fan art friday thing alongside inktober currently.
Here’s today’s, as shared on instagram, a painting of Jemima Puddle Duck. I even did a little speed painting video for this.
It was painted with Winsor and Newton Gouache in a Daler Rowney mixed media sketchbook.
So far this year is the furthest I’ve got with inktober and I’m still at it 🙂
Here’s days 1 to 13, I’m sticking with the prompts this year, so that’s been an extra challenge
I’d had the idea floating round in my mind for this design for some time, stuck in there with all those other ideas that are all fighting to become reality. I wanted something reasonably quick to complete after the eagle picture, so I decided to attempt to get this done. Drawing out the lettering and colouring them in really reminded me of my old graphics classes and how much I both loved and hated typography. This was drawn on my Daler Rowney A4 65lb Sketch paper, using Staedtler pigment liners.
Reflections are based in the truth, but aren’t always what they seem. I think that’s what attracted me to do this picture.
Created using Luminance coloured pencils by Caran D’ache on 140 lb A4 Daler Rowney Aquafine smooth watercolour paper.
The reference photo came from paint my photo http://pmp-art.com/paul2/gallery/144014