Today’s Art (28th January 2014)

Well, I wasn’t feeling as creative as I hoped today and, again, one of today’s paintings/drawings is another re-drawing of one of my favourite old drawings from 2012 (I’ll include the original too). The other watercolour pencil painting is a new one, but it was kind of boring.

As usual, these three pictures are released under a Creative Commons licence.

"Thunderstorm In The Treehouse (III)" By C. A. Brown

“Thunderstorm In The Treehouse (III)” By C. A. Brown

Thunderstorm In The Treehouse (III)” is yet another re-drawing of one of my favourite old drawings. I’m quite proud of how this version of “Thunderstorm In The Treehouse” turned out, although I had to edit this digital version of it quite a bit.

Ok, this is technically the fourth version of this picture – but my previous version of it wasn’t really a direct copy of it.

Still, here’s the original version of this drawing for comparison:

"Thunderstorm In The Treehouse" By C. A. Brown [3rd June 2012]

“Thunderstorm In The Treehouse” By C. A. Brown [3rd June 2012]

I drew the original version of “Thunderstorm In The Treehouse” in June 2012, a couple of months after I’d got back into drawing regularly.

As my original description of this drawing on DeviantART says, this was originally going to be a much brighter, hippie-themed drawing. But, well, I was listening to “Fire In Cairo” by The Cure when I was drawing it and it just kind of became more gothic and gloomy….

"An Afternoon In The Library" By C. A. Brown

“An Afternoon In The Library” By C. A. Brown

An Afternoon In The Library” was a slightly random drawing where I was practicing drawing realistic faces and expressions. Unfortunately, when it came to drawing the background – my mind went blank and I ended up drawing about the most boring background imaginable.

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