Skeeter

This is a watercolor from a photograph that I snapped over the weekend. Skeeter was a small sailboat undercover in a boatyard in Marion, MA. The colors of Skeeter were a stark contrast to the larger, more monochromatic boats in the background. Watercolor with a pencil sketch under. Once again, I need to learn when to stop in the process. In this case I added the extra ink work that was not needed. Daniel Smith Watercolors, White Charcoal Pencil in an Alpha Series Stillman and Birn Sketchbook.

2015-03-16-Skeeter

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3 thoughts on “Skeeter

  1. Roger Robison March 16, 2015 / 10:06 pm

    Wayne, there is nothing wrong with that drawing. However your comment did remind me of John Bryant. He used to say “It take two people to do a good water color. One to do the painting and a second to hit the first over the head when it is done.” I never liked to hit or be hit so, I have been setting my watch for 20 minutes. At 20 minutes I stop whether I think I am done or not. It seems if I go a single second past 20 I don’t like the result.

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  2. Lisa Jacques March 17, 2015 / 5:15 am

    Love it!

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  3. waynejacques March 17, 2015 / 5:33 am

    Thanks for the great comment Roger and the happy memories of John.

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