Back in 1987 I began my journey in watercolor, eager to learn paint watercolors.
In those days I saw a great future in front of me. John Pike was my hero, he was the absolute top in watercolor. And also … Read more
We know how it is, we have just finished our painting and like to make a good picture for your website, Facebook, Twitter, or whatever.
You look outside and it is a cloudy day, not really the right light … Read more
This little picture was all I needed for making my last watercolour.
It seems how more information you have, and how sharper the picture is, the more you begin to fiddle to get the so called true on paper.
A … Read more
This time a more adventurous approach of a watercolour painting.
I tried to emphasis on the tower itself, but also tried to make the tower belong in the cityscape.
My first wash is without doing a sketch, it is just … Read more
Learning from a master watercolorpainter is always good!
A few years ago I took some workshops from Kees van Aalst, and I learned a lot.
Just by watching and analysing watercolours, he showed me to be different in style, … Read more