This is the painting of the main character from my comic Concerning Rosamond Grey, found here: fav.me/d7pi52pSynopsis:
In the late 19th
century, little Rosamond Grey snuck into the woods one night, and was found unconsciousness the next day. For years afterwards she suffers from seizures from an unknown ailment. Dr. Glass is loosing hope for her cure, until a strange
foreigner hints of a different cause…Comment:
Not bad for using watercolor for the first time in...Almost ten years.
I could stand some practice with blending, though. I later learned that you are supposed to pre-stretch paper that is 140 pounds and under, so I will take note of that next time. For inspiration, I looked to Arthur Rackham's paintings, since he was the prominent fairy tale illustrator in the Victorian period.
Materials: Kaimei Lettering Sol ink, Bombay brown India ink, Canson paper, spoon nib, Winsor and Newton Cotman watercolors