Trusting in the divine guidance of my higher power, I surrender my worries and fears, knowing that within this sacred connection lies the infinite wisdom and love that will guide me towards my true purpose and ultimate fulfillment.
This piece today, my final drawing of the limited palette challenge I set myself is inspired by my session yesterday with Erena. I’m still deciding if it sits within the “rules” I set myself for the challenge. Only using the 5 colours in the palette. But I am going to give myself a bit of freedom and the space of starting on a black canvas being allowed.
I haven’t really used negative space with my art before. The thought kind of scares me. Because I’m never really sure what details to use, and which to disregard. I think I’ve done it justice.
Negative space in art refers to the empty or unoccupied areas surrounding the main subject or objects, and it plays a crucial role in creating balance, depth, and visual interest within a composition.
Have you liked the limited palette artwork I’ve been creating? I’ve enjoyed creating it immensely. Prints will be available shortly but the digital files are already up on Etsy if you’re a digital file kinda person.
Perched upon the edge of a rugged cliff, gazing out at the untamed valley below, where nature’s brushstrokes painted a masterpiece of vibrant foliage, vast plains and roaming wildlife, a sight that whispered tales of untold adventures.
Day 7 of the limited palette challenge. This painting lets me imagine what a wild untamed place would look like. Maybe on another world, an alternate universe.
“In the enchanted realm where fairies frolic, the candy apple reigns supreme as the delectable nectar that sustains their ethereal existence, its glossy magenta shell and sugary sweetness imbued with the very essence of magic.”
This one has been by far the hardest colour palette to work with. It took me more than 10 attempts at something, and pushing it back a day to think about. In the end I went with a simple apple. Not very creative by I’m happy with how it turned out.
Amidst the perilous depths of a city painted red, a path illuminated by defiant green lamps, offered a glimmer of hope and resilience. The darkness, beckoned the brave to navigate through the treacherous urban maze.
I loved creating this one. It may not be the most sophisticated, or the most skilled but I just enjoyed dreaming this one up. It took much longer than I intended to spend on a piece for this challenge. Enjoying the creative process is why I’m doing this mini challenge.