This Is An Art Blog, You Say?

Well, then I better add some art.

pilot plane

The Pilot, watercolor on claybord, ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2014

Private Collection

I finished The Pilot a few months back. I can’t remember the type of plane, but it is from WWII.  Here it is framed and ready for its home. I can’t remember the exact dimensions so I thought I would leave the surrounding area for scale.

I have not even watched the videos for the sketchbook class since week 2. I believe I can view them at any time, forever, though. I have done a few sketches since the start though. While I have some from the second week, I want to show you  my baby animal sketches. That’s really all I want to draw right now.  I have used the internet for other things and haven’t really had the data to watch a bunch of videos, even if I felt like it. I’m going to try to get at least one week’s worth in soon though.  All sketches ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2014

babygiraffeBaby Giraffe

babyseal Baby Seal and Sleeping Gunnar

I did these two while I waited for my niece and her new love interest. They were running late. Gunnar was so tired he didn’t even wake up when Beasley started barking at the car pulling up. He waited until the niece was almost in the RV. Some fierce warrior.


 Baby Pig

I love a good piglet. Who doesn’t? That’s a cold person.

About Elisha

Elisha Dasenbrock is an award winning, international watercolor artist. She paints with a limited palette on claybord. Dasenbrock graduated from the American Academy of Art in 2009 and has been painting professionally ever since.