So this is my sunflower doodle and using my Derwent Inktense watercolors, which was part of the excercise in Joanne Sharpe’s COLOR LOVE class. She did hers with Tombow markers, but I don’t have any of those, so I played with what I had. And I had a great time! Have I told you lately how much I love this class??!
I like the white accents, which I added with a pen, as I forgot to leave some areas white on the page. I get carried away with the fun of it all. I added shadowing, too… and bits of little details with my black Pitt Pen. This is one of the ways I use to think… be grateful… pray… meditate… and be more inspired.
As you may know, all day long, sunflowers follow the sun, turning their faces so to speak, to face the sun. I like to do my best to do that, too ~ just make that “SON” instead of “Sun.” and it’s nothing ‘new under the sun’ but more importantly, to me, it’s a timeless, never-ending, reminder, of the One who is full of love and mercy. And I’m so grateful for a Savior who is my Sonshine!