N is for “Not a Good Day…”

“Not a Good Day…”
watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord
4 x 4″

Everybody has a bad day.

Especially when you run into a huge ass blue spider that is almost 4 times as big as you and you have a plastic TOY gun.


What to do…

I guess next time don’t piss off the boss and have him give you the crap gun instead of the GOOD one when you are exploring unknown territory… Maybe make sure he isn’t listening when you are talking about him in the Stormtrooper locker room. Maybe not make black mushroom helmet jokes behind his back and stuff… or that you are SOOOO GLAD you don’t have to smell his breath in the morning but how the heck is he still alive from him having to smell his OWN trapped inside that huge ass helmet. yeah. Like that. Lesson learned. :-\

Materials used: Ampersand AquabordDaniel Smith WatercolorsDynasty Black Gold brushes

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  1. He must be crewman #5, the expendable one with no name:)

    Echoes of Olympus
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  2. Drama, drama, drama!! Your house is full of drama this month, huh? How are you handling all the excitement? I like this one…it’s one of the best yet! 🙂



  3. I love this one! My day hasn’t been as bad as his – thankfully. 🙂



  4. This one is my favorite painting so far! I’m partial to stories involving spiders being chased away by death rays. 😉



  5. Haha, the first thought I had when I saw this picture was “It’s a storm trooper battling Shelob!”

    Watercolor is a beautiful medium, and I always enjoy the way it looks. Sadly, I have zero artistic skills in that area. Can’t wait to peek back through your other work!

    ~Rebekah Loper
    Fantastical Ponderings – The A-Zs of Worldbuilding
    The Rabid Rainbow Ferret Society



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