I name almost all of my things and luckily, this little fellow received one of the cutest names I like. Say hello to Prescott. He’s a little orange sketchbook that could fit in my palm and has easy to detach pages. I got this from a local art store and its paper quality is ok for doodling and light “watercolor-ing.”
Here are some of my random sketches using pen and cheap watercolors I bought for less than Php50. Yes, the ones that kids use in their art class! smile
If whimsical and fantasy concepts don’t invade my brain, I would do some semi-real-ish paintings like these.
Sometimes, when I get totally bored, I would end up doing these little ink works.
And sometimes, I would experiment on whatever “weapon” I have inside my little leather sling bag. Voila! A Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer Watercolor Pencil!
Often times, I would end up using both ink and cheap watercolor. It’s therapy to me. wink
At any given day, time, and place, I may be blotting some more paint on Prescott. Even if it requires me dipping my paintbrush (yet again) in my coffee.
Yep. Cheap watercolor did the trick for dull and stressful moments.
And who could ever miss out on a spread filled with lines and color!