67: For the Love of Watercolor and Observation with Ian de Hoog

Mike talks about a change to Patreon, some new artwork, and setting your theme for 2022. Mike is then joined by artist and educator Ian de Hoog who shares his creative journey that involves music and art. Ian goes into detail about his tools and his approach to creating. They explore his recent works and talk about his current course on watercolor. Ian also shares homework that will provide you with an easy opportunity for improvement into 2022.

Mushroom Recursion Collection

Hahnemühle William Turner Inkjet Paper




Victoria BC

University of Victoria

Pentel 3 mm and 5 mm pencils

Staedtler 2 mm leadholders 

Nobel 2mm sharpener

Etchr course (Introduction to Watercolour for Animals)

Arches Cold Press

Saunders Waterford paper

Fabriano Artistico

Daniel Smith Watercolor

Working with a Split Primary Palette (Daniel Smith)

Neutral tint (payne’s grey)

Downy woodpecker

Happy Dot Brush

Flow Brush

Sumie style painting

Paperlike (iPad screen protector)

Sketchboard Pro

Blue Heron

Winslow Art Center

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Instagram (@iandehoogart)

Web (iandehoog.com) 


Etchr video – Definition, Control and Consistency with Watercolours

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Twitter @MikeHendley

Show notes at DrawingInspiration.fm

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