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Week 26 Animal Art Series: Nature

In order to continue my mission to draw all the time and fill up more sketchbooks in 2016, I’m working on a new weekly theme to do daily drawings, while experimenting with watercolor. At the end of each week, it’s nice to have lots of new drawings and a full page illustration.

Week 26 in my animal art series features a hand-lettered saying “Nature is new every morning” and a bouquet of wildflowers and butterflies. I’m so excited about this page because it’s the last page in my sketchbook AND it marks the halfway point in my 2016 animal art series!

week 26 animal art nature

Can’t wait to turn this playful sketchbook page into fun new digital art! I think it will make a great are print or postcard. Happy drawing!

Terri

Click here to see my Weeks 1-16 illustrations, ranging from bears to owls to whales to saltwater fish

Click here to see Weeks 17-20: Backyard Birds, Flamingos, Peacock and Macaws

Click here to see Weeks 21-25: Bugs: Neon Insects, Monarch Butterflies, Butterflies, Neon Spiders, and Moths

Animal Art Series: Bugs for June

In order to continue my mission to draw all the time and fill up more sketchbooks in 2016, I’m working on a new weekly theme to do daily drawings, while experimenting with watercolor. At the end of each week, it’s nice to have lots of new drawings and a full page illustration.

I finished some fun illustrations in June for my animal art series.

June animal art series

Can’t wait to turn these sketchbook page into fun new digital art! Happy drawing!

Terri

Click here to see my Weeks 1-16 illustrations, ranging from bears to owls to whales to saltwater fish

Click here to see Weeks 17-20: Backyard Birds, Flamingos, Peacock and Macaws

Click here to see Week 21: Neon Insects

Click here to see Week 22: Monarch Butterflies

Click here to see Week 23: Butterflies

Click here to see Week 24: Neon Spiders

Click here to see Week 25: Moths

Week 25 Animal Art Series: Moths

In order to continue my mission to draw all the time and fill up more sketchbooks in 2016, I’m working on a new weekly theme to do daily drawings, while experimenting with watercolor. At the end of each week, it’s nice to have lots of new drawings and a full page illustration.

I finished my sketchbook page for week 25 in my animal art series with a collection of Moths.

week 25 animal art moths

Can’t wait to turn this playful sketchbook page into fun new digital art! Happy drawing!

Terri

Click here to see my Weeks 1-16 illustrations, ranging from bears to owls to whales to saltwater fish

Click here to see Weeks 17-20: Backyard Birds, Flamingos, Peacock and Macaws

Click here to see Week 21: Neon Insects

Click here to see Week 22: Monarch Butterflies

Click here to see Week 23: Butterflies

Click here to see Week 24: Neon Spiders

Week 24 Animal Art Series: Neon Spiders

In order to continue my mission to draw all the time and fill up more sketchbooks in 2016, I’m working on a new weekly theme to do daily drawings, while experimenting with watercolor. At the end of each week, it’s nice to have lots of new drawings and a full page illustration.

I finished my sketchbook page for week 24 in my animal art series with Neon Spiders. 

week 24 animal art spiders

Since I already experimented with my neon gouache paint on my insects study, I thought it would be good to try it again on another illustration to make the subject matter more fun and less scary.

Can’t wait to turn this playful sketchbook page into fun new digital art! Happy drawing!

Terri

Click here to see my Weeks 1-16 illustrations, ranging from bears to owls to whales to saltwater fish

Click here to see Weeks 17-20: Backyard Birds, Flamingos, Peacock and Macaws

Click here to see Week 21: Neon Insects

Click here to see Week 22: Monarch Butterflies

Click here to see Week 23: Butterflies

Week 21 Animal Art Series: Neon Insects

In order to continue my mission to draw all the time and fill up more sketchbooks in 2016, I’m working on a new weekly theme to do daily drawings, while experimenting with watercolor. At the end of each week, it’s nice to have lots of new drawings and a full page illustration.

I finished my sketchbook page for week 21 in my animal art series with Neon Insects.

week 21 neon insects

I wanted the initial drawings to look like a bumble bee, may fly, wasp, fly, mosquito, cockroach, boxelder, centipede, walking stick and earwig, but I didn’t want them to look so realistic that the page would be scary. So I experimented with neon gouache paint for the first time, which was fun to try. I thought the consistency was more like acrylic than gouache or watercolor paint. I don’t love acrylic but I loved the brightness results so I will definitely use these colors more in my illustration projects.

closeup of neon insects neon insectsCan’t wait to turn this playful sketchbook page into fun new digital art! Happy drawing!

Terri

Click here to see my Weeks 1-16 illustrations, ranging from bears to owls to whales to saltwater fish

Click here to see Weeks 17-20: Backyard Birds, Flamingos, Peacock and Macaws