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Category: watercolor

Girl and graffiti on wheels.

I have been working on lots of things, round and round. Today working on the face and mood of the next watercolor ‘girl riding in front of graffiti’. The first day sketching can be the hardest, my favorite. Getting the shape of summer, speed, joy and a tiny amount of anxiety in the smile. The first painting what a two wheeler, next a three wheeler (big wheel style). Now for a four wheeler skater. Roller skating at the end of summer, watercolor.

Finshed this sketch book

I wrapped up this ‘moleskin, cassette’ book, full of unlined writing/journal pages, good for markers and pens but curled a bit with watercolors. Hanging out with ‘P’. Notice the sweet adidas jacket, I will post the painting I did from this sketch later.  Clem like to lay still while she gets her portrait done. The boys watching ‘The princess bride’ with mom.

green person moving across letters

Sketchbook update…

I has been a minute. I have a few sketch book pages to share. Playing with watercolors and ink. Wanted to see how far I could push a throw up. Shark and submarine, 2015, fun with letters.  Block head, 2015. Silly. Mmmm the body is magic, 2015. I plan on exploring this more. Now with teeth, 2015. Squishy, nice try more work to do. Green breakthrough, 2015. Watercolor pen and fun, little dude pushing green letters. So I will be posting more often, as a catalyst to creating more work. Keeping me on my toes. Paint, publish, repeat!

coast to coast lunch box clock

Clock? A new coast to coast lunchbox style clock.

Coast To Coast Clock Making new clocks with custom faces. One set to each coast time, set inside a, neat, found lunchbox clock. screw driver and watercolors will travel. Starting with face and some random painted part, see the ‘eye’ near cloths pin.   Sub-garden in the clock… Rainy day planning set into the clock… The start… mixing and planning

love style, Sketchbook Friday

Friday sketchbook review

Hola, I have been hard at work making paintings for the Hive (LA), and getting The Sis & Moon Studio looking good. So the “Friday Sketchbook review” has been taking a back seat, But I’m back on track now. The materials haven’t changed much, water color box, fountain water color brush, fountain ink brush, and sketchbook. I have added a few color pencils and a white gel pen (LOVE). I also have just started a new sketchbook, you will see the work next friday from that one, It’s a Moleskine and I look forward to wrecking it. Love, a “P” meets …

Friday sketchbook review… More To Read

Update, “The lines Attack” show at the Hive, LA

Working and getting excited about this new, in-progress, body of work (5×7 collage drawings, done with paper, paint and ink.) will be shown at the Hive Gallery in May for “The Lines Attack” show. I have been attempting to illustrate a narrative that until now only lived in my sketchbooks, it’s a fractured series of vignettes that record my musings as I commute around the planet. Some of which, “A study on animal development in responds to auto injuries (in fast forward)”, and A rumination on advances in facial hair despite contrary marketing. 16, 5×7 inch paper drawings, Alex Feliciano …

Update, “The lines Attack” show at the Hive, LA… More To Read

Friday sketchbook review

Dec 7th, 2013 – Jan 10th, 2014 Hello it has been a busy end and beginning of the year, I got a chance to see lots of family, and it was great! So this is what I’ve been working on for the last few weeks. “I don’t think the turkeys going to be ready for dinner”, oops. Run to store and buy a cooked chicken (Bak bak). little girl. Sketching at the High museum with Damien and Oscar. Mima and Susan are in town, “Lets make some stuff.” and “Lets try that Pho place.” Love it! “AHHHHHHHHH, I want a …

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Travel watercolor set, How to!

Making a travel watercolor set out of an Altoids Small tin. I wanted something I could easily pocket, sturdy, a ulta compact. I have been super happy with this solution, it is a modification of others I have found online. The big difference is that I’m using clear legos to create the cake pans. I can switch them out, or rearrange them with out a mess or fuss. Here you can see my set up, paints out, tins cleaned, test page to the right where I test my colors (I still forget what color is what) and Legos. Supplies: One “Altoids …

Travel watercolor set, How to!… More To Read

Friday’s sketchbook review…

This week Nov 30th – Dec 6th, 2013 Bear in the grass This Watercolor kit contains some gouache yellow and green (happy mistake). Still using watercolor reservoir brush. Typewriter in red… write something. A warehouse from PYE, Quickly sketched this from Lesha Galkin’s Documentary. Dog’s love to eskimo kiss.

Friday’s sketchbook review…

This week Nov 16th – 22nd, 2013 I got a lot done this week. I will do a break down of the water color set soon. Water color set (Lego’s inside a Altoids case), water reservoir brush, ink reservoir brush, pink highlighter, and a white color pencil. I think there was also a red fine roller ball, a green highlighter and a purple sharpie.      

Friday’s sketchbook review…

This week past 16 years, February 1997 – Nov 15th 2013. I have worked on this sketchbook, on and off. It was started out as a journal for my lizard. In 1997 I bought a tiny lizard from a street peddler and named it “Frog”. I continued working on the book long after I let the lizard go but ‘Frog’ continued to be a source of inspiration. I would use this book whenever the ‘Frog’  inspiration hit. This was never my main sketchbook, I picked it up and worked on it from time to time. 84 pages, divided by 16 years gives …

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Friday’s sketchbook review…

This week Nov 2nd – 8th, 2013 It have been a busy week, sent the “Dog Head” to The Hive Gallery in Los angeles, started nocturna (nighttime)l plein air painting, and corresponding with some great nocturna painters. I think i will paint this one, It’s kind reminds me of “red princess” (for context I’ve added “red princess” to this post).  

Friday’s sketchbook review…

  This week Oct 26th – Nov 1st, 2013 last page of sketchbook, time to go shopping.     First page new book…Finished the previous book this week. Above is the first page of new sketchbook, This book is a 4×6 ish moleskins, I have also picked out a new pen, marker and pencil palette, see below. You might have guessed that I use a limited palette. Every week I switch up what I use. I will be documenting the palette for each week from now on. Got any advice or questions? leave a comment.