Friday, May 25, 2018


Stopped in at Michael's art store and picked up a pad of Strathmore Mixed Media paper.  It's heavy enough (400 series) to use acrylic and other things on it without it tearing.

Made some acrylic starts - we'll see where these go and what they turn out to be later.

Sticking with a couple of colors and stamping on the paint while it's wet.  

Didn't see it until I posted it, but this has a wooded look to it.  Sunlight and spring light after a rainy day?

A slightly creepy puppet/doll in my sketchbook.  I tend to doodle and sketch while watching t.v.

I ordered a pad of 500 Series Strathmore (even heavier paper to use with acrylics, inks, etc.) and a new small bottle of Pebeo Drawing gum as my bottle was getting awfully gummy.  It doesn't last forever but I really prefer to Pebeo drawing gum as it's thinner than other masking fluids/miskit.


Chris Lally said...

You have the true creative spirit, Rhonda, and a great sense of humor!
Love the acrylic start (great color choice), your "unintended" woodland landscape & the "slightly creepy" sketch. Watching TV will do that to you :)

E.M. Corsa said...

Okay, clowns and puppets creep me out but I love the other two pieces; the colors in the "spring" piece are so refreshing!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

I'm trying to think of what you might have been watching when you drew that lol

Barbra Joan said...

So just give it some eyelashes . LOL !

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Chris. And I LOVE your alcohol ink paintings = super!!! I was watching Gotham when I sketched this so the outfits and makeup does that to you!

Sorry Elizabeth, about the clows and puppets - this from a woman who likes vultures! Ha ha.

Jennifer Rose = Gotham and all their crazy characters :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

ah ok, that makes sense then :) I tried watching it, but got bored after only one episode :p