It's not often that I paint on a surface other than cold press watercolor paper. However, I do have a small stack of tea stained paper that I save for certain ideas. Honey colored and velvety to the touch, it's a richer soil for the idea to bloom. The thinness of the paper means less brush strokes to work with and less opportunities to mess up.
Today I cut myself a fresh square and painted Friendbot, a sweet, well meaning robot.
|Those flowers come with many|
encouraging beeps and boops.
|The little girl and a|
very familiar bunny blanket.
Robots struggling to understand human emotions are my favorite kind of robot. I also sketched the beginning of Ryan's Dr. Strange challenge.
|Dr. Strange sketch|