This is a sketch in watercolor that I made of a horse and rider. You can see from the hooves that I drew it in graphite first. I signed, photographed and uploaded it as is true of all art on this blog of mine and on any blog of mine. It is mixed media of inktense, watercolor and tempra on 11 x 14 inch paper in my sketch book. I photograph with a variety of cameras from my sketch book by propping it or clipping it to my portable drawing board [the brown edges] and then leaning it on my easel in my front room. But I have other easels which I also photograph from and other areas of my apartment where I create art. I have sketched and painted horses several times and posted them to my blogs. I put many of those sketches in one batch on my https://mini-exhibition.blogspot.com and it would be in archives there now.
This is a watercolor, tempra and inktense sketch on paper in my sketch book of a skiff which is a long narrow boat. Neither of these "people" in these sketches are real. I made them with paint.
Yesterday, in early am I sat on my balcony to have my coffee, and the sky was sort of beautiful but stormy, so I tried to draw/ paint it. I didn't capture the beauty of it, and am disappointed with the sketch but it is the first sketch that I have tried to paint a stormy sky in plein air so it is significant to me. It is also 11 x 14 in my sketch book.
This is my personal logo I made recently on a computer [not with a paint brush] and with graphics software.
This is one of my christian crosses that I wear some of the time and that is my left hand in the photo. I put cross photos on my blogs to remind all that this is a christian blog and it may be viewed by anyone of any age in any country. It is always moral and decent.