Hello :-) Sort of new in this forum, so far I've posted mainly in animal&wildlife or other mediums like scratchboard, colored pencils etc. But as my art is slowly (I mean... slooooowly) turning into ink/watercolor thing with more plants than animals, I thought I'd introduce myself here.
I live in Poland and always had passion for two things: nature and art. Eventually I chose zoology/breeding to study and let my art evolve its own way. With varied effects
I live in big city but I dislike it, always knew my place was in the countryside but that's a long way ahead. Luckily my hubby shares my passions and hopefully our family will someday have a real house, with garden and fish pond. Our daughter already shows interest in animals and art so I'm afraid she will share my path. Unless my hubby says that being an angler is better way to spend time
Enough. I work mostly in dry media (scratchboard, colored pencils, pastels), also in acrylic and watercolor and as mentioned, ink is taking more and more of my art time. Which I like ^_^
Here are some of my drawings in ink, sometimes with Copic sketch markers. I'm still developing best technique for ink/watercolor works so there's nothing to be shown yet :-)
The last image is a compilation of four watercolor sketches done half on location and half home, from sketches.
And I have a question: is there anyone who has Botanical Illustration Course
that doesn't need anymore? I'd love to start real botanical illustration but have funds close to nothing so I appreciate any help in getting this book. Just in case anyone can help :-)
Thanks for comments!