Slurp - ink drawing with colored pencil by Serena Fenton
The Lesson -Inktober 2017 by Serena Fenton
Any Questions? - watercolor with ink by Serena Fenton
Soccer Score - 6" x 8" watercolor and ink by Serena Fenton

More Motion

September 8, 2017

More motion in everything.  I have launched my illustration focused instagram feed: https://www.instagram.com/serena.fenton.art/ I can only say that it was painful to get art from my computer onto a platform that is dedicated to mobile apps. Now that it’s there, I have linked up my fave illustrators and children’s book publishers – and wow! It is […]

Welcome! - ink and watermedia 9" x 12" by Serena Fenton

Welcome!

August 31, 2017

Getting into the groove of drawing groups of children, I tried my hand at a Welcome Back illustration. The original was done in watercolor with watercolor pencils and ink.  Then the scanned version was touched up in PhotoShop.  I am loving my digital tablet!

National Dog Day 2017 - digital ink and digital water color by Serena Fenton

National Dog Day 2017

August 26, 2017

Today is national dog day.  How did I not figure that out until 5 pm?? Oh wait, I know.  I bought a new graphics tablet and have been working to get it to behave with WIndows 10. (Ahem – Wacom – not all artists use Macs).  I finally won, but it involved doing a lot […]

School's Back! watercolor - 6" x 8" by Serena Fenton

School’s Back!

August 22, 2017

In North Carolina, school is back in session again. Is it cruel or kind to keep kids indoors when the temperature and humidity are in the mid-90s? There is the distraction factor of math and spelling.

Kids - watercolor - 8" x 12" - by Serena Fenton

Kids are Still Kids

August 17, 2017

Some watercolor exercises of kids being kids.  Possible book spot illustrations. These were done as two separate pieces, but they seem to get along well.

Hair - pastel drawing 4.5" x 6" by Serena Fenton

Hair!

August 7, 2017

Hair! My first Illustration Friday entry. Illustration Friday is an online artist community where anyone can enter and share their work.  There is a weekly theme and the responses regularly tally in the hundreds, perhaps thousands.  There is a current week’s topic (announced every Friday).  Artists then make an illustration based on the current topic. […]