October 31, 2012

100 Watercolors #50 - Breaking the Rules

Whooooa oh! I'm half way there.  50 themes down, 50 themes to go!  I have already learned a lot by doing these watercolors, and I'm excited to continue learning more as I go.


If you're looking at this image, thinking, "People don't really cut in line like that!" I'm sad to say that they do.  I used to see this kind of thing all the time when I lived in New York.  It was so aggravating!  So I'll just take this chance to say, if you knowingly cut in line when you were a kid, I'm sorry that you were so insecure that you thought that being a jerk would make you feel better.  If you knowingly cut in line as an adult, you are a dirtbag, and nobody likes you or your sense of entitlement!

Next week's theme: Sport!

October 24, 2012

100 Watercolors #49 - Stripes

This week's theme brings us within one painting of the half-way mark!


Next week: Breaking the Rules!

October 17, 2012

100 Watercolors #48 - Childhood

I went for the sentimental route for this week's theme, and chose to depict a happy memory from my childhood growing up in Seattle.



If you can't tell, that's Uncle $crooge #219, the first Disney comic by the great Don Rosa, and one of my most prized possessions.

Next week's theme: Stripes!

October 10, 2012

100 Watercolors #47 - Creation

We are getting awfully close to theme number fifty.  Onwards and upwards, I always say!



Next week's theme: Childhood!

October 4, 2012

100 Watercolors #46 - Family

I had a lot of fun painting this week's theme.  It always feels good when I can turn it into a gag.  I hope everyone knows their color wheel!


In other illustration news, it's my birthday today, and Claire had my Weezer Memories Tour Posters framed as a very nice present.  It's great to finally have these up on the wall, and I'm glad that they are safe and flat under glass.  They look nice and sharp!


Next week's theme: Creation!