Art in Progress

Celtic Inspiration: “The Wolf”

I’m so impressed with myself at the moment. I fell in love with Celtic art (specifically from the Britain/Ireland area) but my first few attempts at the intricate knotwork were dismal. Abysmal. I didn’t keep them.

But I’ve got a bit more drawing experience under my belt so I decided to start practicing again. And it wasn’t half bad. And I attempted a stylized wolf. And I could tell it was a wolf! So this project was born.

An in-progress shot I posted to Instagram.
Inking in the knotwork. This color combo reminded me of moonlight, which is exactly the feeling I was trying to evoke.
The wolf up close.
And the entire thing! I love it, I love the pictures I took.
And in a frame.

So this piece is in our store, The Wordsremember Shop! It’s 5×7, inked with Micron pens and an oil-based paint marker on 140-lb, acid-free paper.

I’ve got it listed at $65 but if there was interest I’d be very willing to make prints, which would be more in the $20ish range. I’ve got Giclee prints of the Azmayan on order; if I like the result I might go ahead and make prints of this one available just because.

And if you’re interested in a print of the Azmayan let me know (! They should be here soon.

Materials Used (affiliate links included! I need to keep myself supplied with supplies;):

My trusty Strathmore%20Mixed Media Paper Pad, 9 by 12-Inch, 15 SheetsStrathmore Mixed Media paper

These Sakura%2030068 8-Piece Pigma Micron Assorted Colors 01 Ink Pen SetMicron pens

And this silver paint marker

Happy Tuesday!

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