Direct Watercolor Challenge

I have been doing the 30x30directwatercolor challenge as often as I can. Nothing big and ambitous: just little pieces, each 5×7 or 6×8 inches in size.

The spirit of the challenge is to paint bold and direct without fussing too much.
Here are some pieces from the challenge:

A plate of tiger prawns. Makes me want to be in Goa.
The Jacarandas are in bloom in San Jose

I never find this challenge easy. There is always a stage in the sketch when I want to revert to what I know well. But like most things slightly outside my comfort zone, the challenge is really good for me. So I’m keeping at it.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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4 Responses to Direct Watercolor Challenge

  1. All beautiful….but those Prawns – Gorgeous! 🙂

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  2. Barbara L Stumpf says:

    These are stunning! So glad the challenge is giving you the occasion to make these luscious paintings. LIke Sheryl, I think the prawns are Amazing!.

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  3. fakeflamenco says:

    Wonderful Jacarandas. You make it look easy.

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  4. EV says:

    these are gorgeous…the prawns are amazing!

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