Be aware of the bear bearing a pumpkin. He brings you autumn greetings!
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ~ Albert Camus. Happy 1st Day of Autumn! Bear ~ Watercolor and Signo Uniball pen.
“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting, and
autumn is a mosaic of them all.” ~ Stanley Horowitz.
A little postcard-sized page I did in my sketchbook
on the flight from Philadelphia to Tampa yesterday.
Busy visiting family up north and had a few minutes to paint 🎨. Loving the fall foliage and brisk, fresh air. Zuan Maruman S255 sketchbook, postcard size.
Have you ever seen vintage textile pattern templates? They have a faded, beige-y look to them. Here, I tried to create a vintage look in soft autumnal colors using watercolor, along with copper and gold metallic markers. Hope you enjoy looking at this! Thanks for checking it out …
I’m thinking of Thanksgiving. This is called “Cornucopia.”
Watercolor and marker on beige paper.
Inspired by my walk this afternoon, I’m calling this watercolor with black ink accents “Last Fall.” This will be my last fall living in PA. Trying to soak it all in as much as possible before I leave. Techniques used in this piece: staining and scrumbling.
Markers and gold ink | Cynthia Maniglia. This week, the Colour Collective on Twitter is doing a challenge for the color Apricot, with everyone posting on Friday, and this is what I came up with for the challenge. Here’s this week’s
#colour_collective color (Apricot), measured as R237 G130 B16 or H31 S87 B50 digitally …I’m not much of an illustrator or inventor of characters, but I think my little fox is kind of cute. I like his tail! Well, back to packing. I’ve got lots of wall art that has to get bubble-wrapped. Bye for now!
And lots of them. Watercolor seamless repeat pattern.
This was created from a doodle I did last night while talking on the phone with my mother.