My Daily Art In April

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Year of Creative Habits Katrina Sophia Art Illustration 3

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April is my hardest month to date. I struggled to come up with subject ideas to paint, but this has led me to explore my surroundings and draw from life more, such as my daffodil, fern leaf, passion fruit, periwinkle, dandelion and flat leaf parsley pieces, so it is not all bad. Although I didn’t do as much oil paintings as before, I really enjoyed doing watercolour paintings and line drawings, which I like to think that I have improved!

My thoughts on being creative every day in April:

  • I really love painting/ drawing botanical from life and I want to continue doing this by finding interesting plants outside and growing stuff in my new garden.
  • I want to get back at planning my subject ideas in advance again so instead of wasting time in the mornings to think about what to paint, I would be able to start painting sooner than later.
  • I skipped one day but I painted more to make up for it as well as for two missed days in March.

You can see the rest of my daily art here. Thank you for your continued support – it is really great for my motivation!

17 comments on “My Daily Art In April

  1. erin

    These are absolutely stunning lovely, and is this a new blog layout I see? It’s all very swish! I see we use the same drawing pens too, they’re pretty ace aren’t they?

    Reply
    1. Katrina Post author

      Thank you so much, Erin! And yes, a new blog layout and colours too. It was needing a change. I love these pens, had it for years so I am going to get myself new ones very soon!

  2. Hannah

    Hi Katrina,
    I love the colour blends in the leaf painting, and the drawing of the blueberries and bluebells are so beautiful.
    Great work! All the best for this month.

    Hannah
    helloisabelle.com

    Reply
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