Watercolour sketch


You know Paul, I’m a fan of your change of style.....I like it very much. It’s making me look even harder at what is present and what has been left out.

Thank you so mu Fiona, something I’ve wanted to do for while but have backed out, suddenly though what the hell go for it. I am very pleased with the outcome.

Loving the negative space Paul, it works so well!

You should be pleased Dixie, it’s really good.

Love this Paul, you seem to be getting better at the simplicity of your painting. Keep it going. 👍

Nicely painted Paul. I think keeping it simple is the way to go in watercolour.

Thank you for your kind comments,Anthony,Tessa,Bill and Michael they are very much appreciated, particularly as painting this way is a bit of a new venture for me . Having fellow artists comments, certainly give one the encouragement to continue developing this way of painting.

I too love this way you are leaving parts of the painting unfinished Paul, to me its so much more interesting!!

Love the simplicity of this style, Richard. It really suits this type of subject.

This is very different, loving the style. Very well done👌👌👌👌

Thank for taking the time to look at this and comment. Your comments are appreciated very much.

Very clever Paul leaving parts out, it makes you think.

brilliant Paul ,love it!

Love this Paul

Thank you Gillian,David and Romila for your kind comments much appreciated.

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About a4 paper, watercolour version of a sketch I did some time ago. Thought I would try doing some of my old pencil sketches in watercolours. Original pencil sketch is in my glare.

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I developed an interest in watercolour painting whilst recovering from a spinal injury . Started painting whilst laid flat on my back using a mirror, did it stop the OT pestering me, but it backfired. When I sat up had to start all over again as I was use to painting through a mirror. Stop painting…

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