Tag Archives: watercolor

Video: Inktober Watercolor Painting (Day 15 – Cactus + Wig Mashup Cartoon)

I was back at it this weekend: livestreaming myself painting an Inktober cartoon. I went live on Instagram Sunday evening, and then posted the video to the Clattertron Facebook page after I finished. You can watch my video below. – Daniel J. Hogan is a geeky cartoonist and writer living in Lansing, Michigan. Daniel writes and draws the weekly fantasy comic Foxes & Boxes for clattertron.com. Need a cartoon commission?… Read More »

Video: Inktober Watercolor Painting (Day 7 – Cat + Sci-Fi Mashup Cartoon)

As promised in yesterday’s post, here is a video of me painting Saturday’s Inktober cartoon. I decided to break the videos up in two to make them shorter. Like the first video, this one was live streamed on my personal Facebook page. I don’t know if I will continue live streaming video there or just go back to the Clattertron Facebook Page. Watch my video below! – Daniel J. Hogan… Read More »

Video: Inktober Day 1 Inking and Painting

October is here, and with it comes one of the holiest months on the cartoonist calendar: Inktober. What is Inktober? Inktober is a month-long drawing challenge. You create 31 “ink” drawings in 31 days. It may sound easy, but trust me, it will test your limits. I’ve attempted it twice in the past, and only completed once. The official rules say to share the drawing on social media with the… Read More »

Art Supply Review: Fluid Cold Press Watercolor Block 4” x 6”

[dc]I[/dc]f you see me at comic conventions and other events, then you know I sell watercolor cartoon paintings. These days, I’m working more with larger watercolor cartoons, offering 4” by 6” paintings for sale. My go to watercolor paper for my cartoons I sell at shows (and through my Etsy shop) is the Fluid Cold Press block. The paper is acid free and 140 lb., making it a great choice… Read More »