September 9, 2011
You have the opportunity to have at least 7 kinds of luck, but you have to make your own. 7-Kinds-of-Lucky Bouquet, Two types of roses in red and orange sketch by Rachel Heu, Crayola watercolor, water soluble colored pencil, water soluble pastel, 5.5″x5.5″ Right now I’m working on a group that I’m not ready to […]
August 20, 2011
Sea Stars at Seattle Waterfront Aquarium 8″x10″ crayola watercolor of Sea Stars at Seattle Waterfront Aquarium on illustration board. I used only crayola watercolor here…
August 16, 2011
5″x7″ crayola watercolor, watercolor pencil on illustration board by Rachel Heu. (For more paintings like this one, click here. To read about my take on these watercolors paints, click here.)
August 15, 2011
5″x7″ crayola watercolor on illustration board by Rachel Heu (lilies and gladiolas). To see more, Click Here. Also, to read about making art this way, Click Here.
August 14, 2011
5″x7″ crayola watercolor, watercolor pencil on illustration board by Rachel Heu– another vehicle for color study.
August 13, 2011
Prepared-To-Be-Lucky Buds (Crayola) 5″x7″ crayola watercolor, watercolor pencil on canson illustration board
August 12, 2011
5″x7″ crayola watercolor, watercolor pencil on canson illustration board. The challenge with this type of watercolor is you really have to use a lot of layers to really get the color saturation to be the way that I like it– but that just means that you rotate paintings– while a layer is drying, you work […]
August 11, 2011
My thoughts on Crayola Watercolors: Going back to my roots. My first official art lessons, at age twelve, were watercolor lessons. My teacher had me pick up some how-to books; the type that you can find at any book or craft store; some crayola watercolors, and a good brush– a number twelve, if I remember […]