This is a quick sketch using a black waterproof brush pen on the back of the menu (oops) of one of the dishes served at the Sake Dinner Experience at Eat Me Restaurant with Mead Asia: Ohmi Wagyu + Maitake mushroom with beef reduction + thyme + kampot pepper served with Issho Silver Imo Shochu, Kagoshima Prefecture
And below is the finished product after applying the watercolor (Shinhan Watercolor)
In remembering little sick dugong baby we were so desperately trying to save … but were unsuccessful
My heart goes to those closest to her until the very end
Some days painting just really don’t happen the way you wanted it to, this was one of those days for me
What do you do when it happens to you?
Paper: Stillman&Birn 270gsm 7x7in
The view from Pha Hi Village 1,200 m above sea level where the A-ka tribe people grow, make, sell coffee and offer delicious local menus and homestay services.
Medium: Shinhan watercolor
Paper: Stillman & Birm 270 gsm
Size: 7×7 in
Learning repeating process if painting rocks both painting one rock at a time to painting overall atmosphere then layer the shapes and texture of rocks into the area afterwards
Paper: Moulin du Roy 300gsm rough grain
Watercolor: Shinhan PWC
This one was a bit of a struggle because it’s a study from oil or acrylic painting which presents really different brush strokes and feel.
But we managed with the help of our teacher 😆 thank goodness lol.
I was really trying something when I painted this one.
Most of my paintings don’t always seem to turn out the way I had in mind but they don’t turn out half as bad as I thought they would.
I guess I must be making some progress, at least, I sure hope so!
Watercolor on Arches watercolor paper 300gsm rough grain 10x25cm.
The painting of Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn in watercolor on Moulin du Roy 300gsm rough grain watercolor paper with Escoda watercolor brushes.
This one posed a bit of a challenge because I was over thinking the details I thought I should include.
But in the end, it turned out quite well so I’m happy.