Sepia watercolour on fabriano paper. I was inspired by the watercolour drawings of Marlene Dumas to have a go at drawing with a very loose watercolour wash. I invested in a decent size watercolour brush, which cost what seemed like a ridiculous amount of money. But it is superb to use. It holds a lot of water, but also goes down to a tiny point at the end so that you can actually make very fine marks with it if you need to. I drew directly with the paint, without doing any pencil drawing first and I do enjoy this spontaneous way of working. You get what you get, basically, and that can be quite interesting.
I really like this one Carole, The tonal marks work really well to form the images.
Thank you, Julie!