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Still doing bulb sketches.

The potted bulbs all have some flowers and today the little Iris reticulata had its turn. Some quick line work in inks and blotches of watercolor was all that I was in the mood for.

..Iris reticulata 1..

..watercolor and J. Herbin ink(bleu myosotis and lie de the) on Fabriano HPwatercolor block..

iris reticulataThe top sketch was done on Fabriano hot press watercolor paper, my favorite and the inks just work beautifully with the nibs and inks. The bottom sketch on cold press was a different story. The nibs get stuck on the paper with its rough texture and I just don’t like any other paper than hot pressed. you can just look at my signed name to see how I struggled to get a fluid line down.

..Iris reticulata 2..

..watercolor and Sennelier ink(sanguine 270) on Fabriano CP watercolor block..

iris reticulata-001

3 responses

  1. Le printemps est encore très loin pour nous..J’anticipe ces petites beautés…
    Lovely Ronelle:)

    January 29, 2015 at 9:49 pm

    • Merci Monique…les bulbes commencent trs doucement ici, mais j’ai des bulbes a l’interieur aussi…ca donne un peu de couleur et l’esprit printanier!
      Ronelle

      January 30, 2015 at 11:37 am

  2. barbaralilian

    It brings a smile to my face to see the lovely brilliant blue of your miniature Iris. as you describe as ‘ quick line work in inks and blotches of watercolor. So lovely.

    January 31, 2015 at 12:47 pm

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