My mornings starts with loud honking of vehicles, people getting read to goto jobs and as a result, I getting disturbed from my sleep at around 7:30 or so. With me wondering about the purpose of life, wondering whether I should go back to sleep, I decide to start the day with a small cup of coffee and a big jar of anxiety.
On most days, this anxiety of mine gets cured with art.
Something that’s stress free like loose florals. This is perhaps the best discovery I did in the recent days. I loved the whole process doing of it.
Sometimes, I tend to aggravate this anxiety of mine by choosing a complex subject and doing it without a proper plan or a value sketch. Ultimately, they result in
Point to note – nothing works better like planning a work when you have a calm and a composed mind.
Watercolor is a medium that can be as demanding and temperamental as those who choose to paint with it. But it is a colorful and exciting medium all the same – well suited to describing the many moods of the subject, as well as those of the artist wielding the brush
During the times of anxiousness, We need to think of ways to calm down and loosening up a bit and not think of increasing the number of knots in an existing mess.
Not sure if you’d want to see ‘my version’ of how a forced art at the wrong time looks like, but here it is –
I might do some alterations and try to fix it though!
As long as you don’t use black, or any dark/permanent staining colours, you always have a chance for correction with watercolours.
Watercolours is a forgiving medium!