Two more little art trading cards I did Friday evening. I put in the Inktense watersoluable ink pencil pencil color (they don't call them watercolor pencils for some reason). Then I wet the color and blended it with a small, damp brush.
My favorite is the skater, but my husband said, "Why'd you cut off her face?" Well, I was glancing down at the cover of my latest Jodi Picoult (one of my favorite authors) book and this was on it so...
my apologies to the photographer who took 2 photos for the cover of the book (the girl's face was curved around the curve of the book jacket so I just drew it like this). All of these - or most of them, anyway - will just be given away or traded.
And I found a piece of plexiglass still wrapped in blue paper that I am going to use with the Caran d'Ache crayons to make a little print - like Myrna Wacknov did on her blog recently.
Myrna was inspired by Belinda del Pesco (an artist who is always doing interesting prints with a variety of materials). I am going to Marilyn Bishop's house Friday and she is going to show me some neat things about printmaking she has learned, so I thought I'd play with that a while...I have a limited set, as you can see. Wonder what I can come up with?