Category: Daniel Smith Watercolor

K is for “Kal El the Badass ;-)”

"Kal El the Badass" 2.5 x 3.5" ACEO watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord Yes, I know this is a day late, but better late than never! Superman is my all time favorite super hero. So, he was my first pick for K, Kal El. He is the baddest of the badasses. The coolest of the coolestestes. ...

J is for “Jedi in a Jar”

"Jedi in a Jar" Watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, 5 x 7" How could I NOT do a JEDI in a JAR, I mean... is this not a no brainer or WHAT?! The Yoda lego figure is so damn cute I can't stand it. I bought this whole Lego set just to have him. At the ...

I is for “Iron Man, feeling Dejected.”

"Iron Man in a Ball Jar" Detail Watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord (original is 12 x 16") I can imagine that even Iron Man, superest of heroes (is SUPEREST even a word?!) has a bad day. Like today. Pepper is giving him the cold shoulder. She is highly pissed as he somehow got them trapped inside ...

G is for “Good LORD, How’d Ya Get Under THERE?!”

"G is for Good LORD, How'd Ya Get Under THERE?!" watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, ACEO (2.5 x 3.5") This is a small painting, just 2.5 x 3.5", a quick study, really. But still fun to do! My kids set this one up and I shot it. Think The Wizard of Oz, when the house dropped ...

F is for “Froot Loops, HAZZAAAA!!”

F is for Froot Loops, HAZZAAA!! watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, 5 x 7" I realize posing Playmobile characters with cereal is a bit out there but I was desperate for an F, people. Plus, getting that damn hot pink Froot Loop in his little hand was quite the challenge, going through enough of them to ...

E is for “Escape!”

I must be an evil Lego owner. I trap these little guys in my ball jars and when my back is turned, they try to escape! Like this one! Is that expression one of exertion or one of "Oh CRAP, I'm found out!! If I don't move, maybeeee she won't notice meeee.....?" Not the case. ...

D is for “Dang, Dude! Where’s your LEG?!”

"Dang, Dude! Where's Your Leg?!" watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, 6 x 6" In this scenario, we have our Playmobile characters chillin' out on the cutting board. Freddie discovered one that had a partial leg/foot missing. Oh YES, I had to have fun with this! As you can see, yellow shirt guy is still in shock ...