Gouache Paintings

I’ve recently been getting into using Gouache. It’s been fun to try out and I’ve been really happy with the results so far. I’ve been using Winsor & Newton Gouache.

Here are some of the results I’ve had so far

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Recent Watercolours

I’ve been updating my instagram quite a bit, but thought I’d actually do a post on my current paintings. All three of these were done using Sakura Koi watercolours (one of my favourite watercolour sets)  on Derwent 140lbs A4 watercolour paper – I like the smoothness of this paper which allows for more detail.

I completed all of these paintings only using one brush, it’s a number 10 SAA all rounder brush that I got for free after buying some other things from SAA  So far I am totally in love with this brush for watercolours, it’s big enough for decent washes and yet also works well for detail.

The reference photo for both the Chicken and the Robin came from Pixabay. The cupcakes were sort of freestyled whilst also looking at various cupcake pictures on pixabay… safe to say it made me want cakes after that. 🙂

Prints are available of all of these on Fine art america

Robin –> https://fineartamerica.com/featured/summer-time-robin-isabel-proffit.html

Chicken –> https://fineartamerica.com/featured/chicken-isabel-proffit.html

Cupcakes –> https://fineartamerica.com/featured/cupcakes-isabel-proffit.html 

Photography Prints

Latest watercolour card

Created using watercolour pencils to make a card for someone. I did this in many different layers so that different colours came out well and showed depth. The feathers had several different oranges, reds, browns and yellows used on them and the dark bits of the feathers had purple, blue and green used on them, this was to show the variations in colour and reflection  as well as to make it not look as flat as it would have with just black on it.

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