Sketchbook Practice : Create Freely with Ink and Watercolor

Sketchbook Practice : Create Freely with Ink and Watercolor - student project

I really liked that class. It was so much fun and the results make me happy. Never thought, that I would be able to make that kind of illustrations.
I am pretty new to watercolors and I like the possibilities of it. Combined with nip pen outlines, it makes that "Wow!" thing to me.

Tools I used:
nipholder: Sermajor
nip: Joseph Gillotte 303 extra fine
ink: Rohrer & Klinger, Rohrers Ausziehtusche, black
watercolor: schmincke horadam, prima marketing
Paper: Hahnemühle Watercolor Book

I started with the pickels and never thought, that it is such a joy, to draw vegetables and fruits. Never did this before in that way, but yeah, I really like to draw the same thing in different shapes, sizes and different coloring.
Then I continue with the radish and recognized, that I started to draw a little bit more freely than on my first try. Some of the ink splashes are made by accident. First I was like "ohh damn...", but realized, that it's okay and adds more life to my drawings.

Sketchbook Practice : Create Freely with Ink and Watercolor - image 1 - student project
Now it was time for some fruits and I did some dragon fruits and strawberries.

Sketchbook Practice : Create Freely with Ink and Watercolor - image 2 - student project
Can't get enough and made some onions and tomatoes, as well.

Sketchbook Practice : Create Freely with Ink and Watercolor - image 3 - student project
These last two pages are my favorite pages, since I really began to draw freely.

Thank you, Ohn Mar for this great class! I learned a lot and I think, I will draw more of this stuff and use this technique for some of my future illustration projects.

Choui.