The most unusual piece of art: a watercolour ram drip painting. I don’t know why I decided to draw it, but I suppose I enjoyed looking at it’s…let’s say-bizarre appearance and bright colours. Please enjoy looking at it as much as I did! 😀
It’s finally the holidays-which actually gives me a slight chance of being able to paint/sketch more and more artworks. Here is one of my-and my Dad’s-favourites. Isn’t it just captivating?
As the title mentions, this is a watercolour peafowl painting. I recently pinpointed a half-finished watercolour peafowl, so I decided to finally complete the job. One of my favourite watercolour paint brush brands is Royal & Langnickel, and that’s precisely what I used in this painting. I had a great deal of fun painting the background especially. I hope you relish it!
This is totally irrelevant, but it’s finally the school holidays! (After all those weeks of hardship at school) hooray me.
Continue reading “Should Animals in Zoos stay in Captivity all their lives?”
THE POOR ANIMALS being born in an enclosure and living in it for all their lives, why wouldn’t it want to escape into the wilderness? I obviously agree that, for the safety of the animals’ mental health, animals born into a zoo enclosure for captivity should later be set free so that they can actually experience the dangers of the wild, and be athletic and not gradually turn into a lazy slouch of an animal.
It’s here-a fine golden eagle sketch. I used a HB Faber Castell pencil, with a rubber on the end. Credit for the reference photo goes to ᴇʏᴇᴡɪᴛɴᴇss™ . Enjoy the sketch!
THE smells, shouting, excitement and tension in the air on my schools’ “Athletic Sorts Day” is overwhelming; mostly to the students actually participating on the day. The clothes worn are usually green, yellow or purple shirts; the female students wear skorts; which are shorts mixed with skirts; and the male students wear regular T-shirts and shorts with sport shoes or running shoes. Continue reading “Do you enjoy Athletic Sports Day?”
This a more…scraggy and wild looking kitten, so that is why I named the title ‘Scraggy’. I used a HB pencil, one 7B pencil and a FABER CASTELL brand rubber. They are practically the same utensils I used in my previous picture, ‘Wolf Head Sketch.’ Anyway, please enjoy this young kitten sketch, although it didn’t take me quite as long as it took me to draw the Wolf Head. Also, I used a different type of paper. (Again, to be more specific, it’s ‘watercolour’ paper…I don’t know why exactly). Nevertheless, please enjoy!