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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

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.

A 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 such a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with watercolors and gouache, Micron pens, a Tombow marker and white gel pen to add a few details.

Since I missed creating tiny art during most of October, I’m just going to start numbering these prints.
Here are no. 29-35:

tiny art days 29-35You 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. These tiny pieces of art measure 2.5″ x 3.5″ or scraps of watercolor paper leftover from other projects.

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.

Tiny Art: Week 4

I’ve managed to keep up with creating a new tiny piece of art almost every day lately.

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

Here’s week 4, days 22-28.
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. These tiny pieces of art measure 2.5″ x 3.5″ or scraps of watercolor paper leftover from other projects.

Happy tiny drawing and painting!

Terri

Click here to see Week 1.

Click here to see Week 2.

Click here to see Week 3.

Tiny Art: Week 3

I’ve managed to keep up with creating a new tiny piece of art almost every day lately.

It’s fun to experiment on such a small canvas (2.5″ x 3.5″) with watercolors and gouache, along with Micron pens to add a few details.

Here’s week 3, days 15-21:
Week3You 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. These tiny pieces of art measure 2.5″ x 3.5″ or scraps of watercolor paper leftover from other projects.

Happy tiny drawing and painting!

Terri

Click here to see Week 1.

Click here to see Week 2.

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