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New Tiny Art: Greenery

I started a new job recently, so I got a little behind in my illustrations for #the100dayproject. No worries, though! I’m creating something new everyday for 100 days, which I usually do anyway. My theme is 100 days of tiny art, a small canvas at 2.5″ x 3.5″, a doable size for a daily piece. #100daysoftinyart

This week’s set of tiny art is a study in Greenery, days 8-14. I really love illustrating with just a paintbrush and watercolors.

greenery tiny art days 8-14

Top: Leaf Study, Palms
Middle: Sea Oats, Breezy, Feathered Palms
Bottom: Fan Palms, Vines

I try to post these tiny pieces of art regularly on Instagram if you want to follow along. I love the challenge of coming up with a weekly theme and working on a small canvas, so I’m hoping to continue this regular art practice in 2016.

Happy drawing!

Terri

New Tiny Art: Beach Life

I’m excited to be able to share some new tiny art with you. I’m participating in the #the100dayproject by creating a new piece everyday for 100 days. My theme is 100 days of tiny art, which is a small canvas at 2.5″ x 3.5″, a doable size for a daily piece.

This week’s set of tiny art is Beach Life, days 1-7 in the #the100dayproject.

Tiny Art Days 1-7 Beach Life

Top: Beach Umbrella, Sea Glass
Middle: Rip Curls, Waves, Beach Hair,
Bottom: Fish Scales, Splash

I try to post these tiny pieces of art regularly on Instagram if you want to follow along. I love the challenge of coming up with a weekly theme and working on a small canvas, so I’m hoping to continue this regular art practice in 2016.

Happy drawing!

Terri

New Tiny Art: Set of Coral Reef

It’s been awhile since I’ve made tiny art, so I’m excited to be able to share some new work.

Since I was in Florida recently for Spring Break, I still have the ocean, the beach and sea life on my mind, so I went with a coral reef theme for this week’s set of tiny art.

It’s fun to experiment on a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with a variety of art supplies – this week I used my gouache palette, Micron pens and white Gelly Roll pen to add a few details.

tiny art sea life

I try to post these tiny pieces of art regularly on Instagram if you want to follow along. I love the challenge of coming up with a weekly theme and working on a small canvas, so I’m hoping to continue this regular art practice in 2016.

Happy drawing!

Terri

Tiny Art: All Together

I’m so happy I started to make tiny art again in 2015. I managed to squeeze seven sets these past few months, with all different color palettes and imagery.

It’s fun to experiment on a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with a variety of art supplies – watercolors and gouache, Micron pens, a Tombow marker and white ink to add a few details.

tiny art christmas set tiny art no. 43-49 tiny art no. 36-42tiny art days 29-35 tiny art week 4 Week3 Art Cards Week 2 set

I try to post these tiny pieces of art regularly on Instagram if you want to follow along. I love the challenges of coming up with a weekly theme and working on such a small canvas, so I’m hoping to continue this regular art practice in 2016.

Terri

Tiny Art: Christmas Greens

So many things to draw and illustrate, so little time! I love making these tiny art cards, and hope to keep creating a new tiny piece of art almost every day.

It’s fun to experiment on a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with a variety of art supplies – watercolors and gouache, Micron pens, a Tombow marker and white ink to add a few details.

This week, I used a mostly red to green color palette, and found inspiration in Christmas greenery. Here are seven new tiny art pieces, no. 50-56, which I try to post regularly on Instagram.

tiny art christmas set Happy tiny drawing and painting!

Terri

Click here to see Tiny Art no. 43-49.

Click here to see Tiny Art no. 36-42.

Click here to see Tiny Art no. 29-35.

Click here to see Week 4, no. 22-28.

Click here to see Week 3, no. 15-21.

Click here to see Week 2, no. 8-14.

Click here to see Week 1, no. 1-7.

New Tiny Art: Flowers and Animal Prints

So many things to draw and illustrate, so little time! I love making these tiny art cards, and hope to keep creating a new tiny piece of art almost every day.

It’s fun to experiment on a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with a variety of art supplies – watercolors and gouache, Micron pens, a Tombow marker and white gel pen to add a few details.

This week, I used a warm color palette, and found inspiration in flowers and animal prints. Here are seven new tiny art pieces, no. 43-49, which I try to post regularly on Instagram.

tiny art no. 43-49

Now I’m ready to move on to a set of Christmassy tiny art. Happy tiny drawing and painting!

Terri

Click here to see Week 1, no. 1-7.

Click here to see Week 2, no. 8-14.

Click here to see Week 3, no. 15-21.

Click here to see Week 4, no. 22-28.

Click here to see Tiny Art no. 29-35.

Click here to see Tiny Art no. 36-42.

New Set of Tiny Art

So many things to draw and illustrate, so little time! I love making these tiny art cards, and hope to keep creating a new tiny piece of art almost every day.

It’s fun to experiment on a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with a variety of art supplies – watercolors and gouache, Micron pens, a Tombow marker and white gel pen to add a few details.

This week, I used green to red color palettes, and found inspiration in ferns, leaves, evergreens, flowers, and lace. Here are seven new tiny art pieces, no. 36-42. I really need to start naming each piece, rather than referring to them by number.

You can follow my progress on Instagram as I participate in Victoria Johnson’s project called A Little Art, where you create a tiny piece of art everyday.

Happy tiny drawing and painting!

Terri

Click here to see Week 1, no. 1-7.

Click here to see Week 2, no. 8-14.

Click here to see Week 3, no. 15-21.

Click here to see Week 4, no. 22-28.

Click here to see no. 29-35.

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