Yesterday I gave you a little sneak peek of what I had been working on. Here is the finished project.
I have long been a serious admirer of
Robin Mead’s artwork.
She and I both love bright color –
the more the merrier.
A month or so ago, Robin sent out an
email announcing an online class she
was going to teach about . . .
Crazy Colorful Cityscapes.
You can find a link to her classes, including this one,
on Robin’s website by clicking here.
NOTE: This is a paid for class, Robin makes a living
from her artwork. For that reason, I will not
be showing you steps,
nor explaining what to do.
You can get more information on her site,
or better yet – take the class.
I will just be showing you some of my work.
Above is the linework art that I did
for my first cityscape.
I really loved it at that point and was hesitant
about adding color,
but honestly ‘color’ is why I signed up
for the class! Hahahaha!
From there it was a quick jaunt to add some color!
If you follow me, you already know that
Kneaders is a special place in our family.
Then I added some more little details.
And . . .
. . . called it done.
And now, it is on to lesson two!
(For color I used Lolliz gel pens,
gelly roll pens, Schmincke watercolors,
Daniel Smith ultrafine watercolors,
posca pens, an ultra-fine point Sharpie,
and a uni-ball Signo pen.)