House paintings in watercolor.
I painted this cute dog this weekend in watercolor. I decided to remove most of the background and kept just some shadow.
Portrait in watercolor of a baby. I wanted the focus point to be the face so I let the rest of the body stay blurry.
I´m painting this custom portrait on Daler Rowney 300g paper. Usually when I paint portraits I plan ahead what color scheme I would like to use. In this case I also made a small color palette to see how to the colours would go together.
If you are interested in seeing some more of my portraits in this style you are welcome to visit my Etsy shop: www.coraillustration.etsy.com
Watercolour portrait of my niece and nephews. I painted it based on a photo a took of them during the summer when we all went sailing in Croatia and they went on an excursion to explore the island. It became an appreciated Christmas gift to my family.
I painted this wedding portrait of a couple as a gift from the sister of the bride. The black and white photo shows what I worked from. Since it was in black and white I had to imagine the colors of the setting and choose to change the path to a more lush look, as if the were walking under the trees with rays of sunshine finding their way through the branches above.
This portrait of two sleepy brothers was painted in watercolor on fine art paper. I adjusted the colors quite a lot on the background and pillowcase from the original and made it sweeter and more dreamy.
This portrait of a newlywed couple was painted in watercolor on Daler Rowney Langton fine art paper. I really like their hot pressed mould made 100% cotton paper since it feels very smooth and scans nicely into digital format. I am new at painting cars so it was an interesting challenge. I wanted to incorporate it in the painting since it creates a romantic setting for the couple. Hopefully I will have the opportunity to create more wedding portraits in the future!