Sunday, April 13, 2014

Amidst the Mustard Flowers Child's Watercolor Portrait

This is a little painting I did today for fun with my friends on Wetcanvas. It measures 7 x 11 and took two hours to paint. Watercolor on Arches 140 lb cold press. This is the third portrait I've done in the last couple of months where I feel my watercolor portrait style is really becoming comfortably me.


Monday, March 10, 2014

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Painting Watercolor Portraits Online Workshop

Hey All,

I'm giving an online watercolor portrait workshop today through Mark Mitchell's How To Be A Children's Book Illustrator Course. The presentation will be recorded and PDF will be included for both live participants and those who cannot make it at 2:00 pm CST today.

More details here.

Hope you can join in!!

Kathy

Sunday, February 09, 2014

Illustration Friday "Prehistoric"

Some fun kid friendly watercolor for Illustration Friday's "Prehistoric" theme. ;)


Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Chatting About Illustrating Aesop's Fables for IPad

Join me and Mark Mitchell from How to Be A Children's Book Illustrator tomorrow night, Jan 30 on Google Hangout. We're going to chat about my first year as a full time illustrator, the two books I illustrated last year and other projects I've been working on. It's free but you need to register to get the link to Hangout!

http://illustratechildrensbooks.com/illustrating-aesop/


Saturday, January 25, 2014

Illustration Friday "Disguise"

Here's a little quick watercolor I did for IF's theme disguise. It was really quick and fun and I need to remember this when I do all of my illustrations. I always like the results of quick and loose better than drawn out and tight...Thanks for looking.


Monday, January 20, 2014

Illustration Friday "Beginning"

My illustration for beginning is about starting a new school. I attempted to make the little girl at the end of the line stand out more. I'm not sure if this was completely successful or not. I wonder if less bus and more kids would be more effective? Feedback welcome. thanks!