Amber Watercolor

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This is actually one the very first paintings I made in my beautiful watercolor ladies series (not the actual name of the series…)

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Erica Watercolor

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This one isn’t the most flattering pose, but it was a nice difference compared to the other poses.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Bryce Watercolor

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I have another watercolor version of this painting, the colors in the other one are nicer but I liked this one way better.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Erica Watercolor

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Another beautiful painting of Erica, I just love how her hand and nose and neck turned out. So many good things.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Bryce Watercolor

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This painting ended up having a surprising about of volume, which can be very hard to achieve with watercolors.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Erica Watercolor

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This is one of my all time favorite watercolor paintings I’ve ever made. Erica just looks so strong/stoic/beautiful. ❤

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Bryce Watercolor

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She has a great long torso in this painting.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Watercolor

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This painting I struggled with a lot when I was making it. It started to become over worked but in the end it ended up looking softer and more romantic than some of my other watercolor ladies.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

Erica Watercolor

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Erica looking over her shoulder. Her arm is raised and bent in toward herself, which makes it look like she is missing her arm. Haha sort of like a Greco-Roman statue.

Every Tuesday I post an older work from my portfolio or a sketchbook drawing. It is important to look at our previous work so that we can see how we’ve grown and improved.

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