Snowflakes work-in-progress-continued

Watercolors work in progressMy last snowflake post featured a work-in-progress look at how I used the masking fluid to create my snowflake watercolors. Now I will show my snowflake characters further along in the process. The photo above shows some of the decorative pieces that I’d like to add into the backgrounds and borders of my snowflake pieces.

Snowflake characters work in progressMy snowflakes finally begin to get some color added to them.

Snowfake character with ear muffs and scarf watercolorA snowflake character donning ear muffs and a scarf. Who knew that snowflakes ever got chilly?

Snowflake character with knitted hatThe photo above shows a up close look at the knitted hat for my snowflake character.

Watercolor workspaceIt’s my little watercolor corner of the world. My watercolor workspace! There’s my palette and watercolor board with watercolor paper taped to the boards. My little “test” sheet of paper to see how strong the watercolor looks before applying it to my actual image. I guess that’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed looking into my studio at the current artwork I’ve been creating. Talk to you later!

About christine

A watercolor and sculpture artist and avid crafter/designer. Working creatively with my hands is what gives me joy and contentment and makes me want to get up in the morning.
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