The result is this:
He was done from imagination. Once the ink was dropped in, I lifted the paper and tilted it back and forth for the ink to spread. The result is very similar to the ink dropper paintings in my previous post.
This got me thinking about what would happen if I did the same plain water drawing technique again but this time dropped in watercolors. It was fun and exciting to see the colors mix. I like the first one best. I'm not sure why. I think it's the expression on her face. She's kind of sad looking but at the same time her coloring is so vibrant that it's not really a sad painting.
Later in the afternoon, I was experimenting with repeat pattern stacks. I really like the effect and will experiment more. You can find the tutorial at The Rainbow Elephant.
And then I ended the evening with this whimsical being. I just wanted to paint quickly and not think. My muse brought me this. I'm not sure what I think about it. It was quick and fulfilled my urge to paint whimsy. I used watercolors, colored pencils and marker.
I had a very creative day!