It is easy to transform the pastel sketches. I brush off most of the pastel with a paint brush, then wipe with a cloth. If the paper takes water, I then brush with water and a paint brush to get a thinner under painting. That is what I did today. This sketch of a javelina was going to be a finished painting. I'm not sure why but I didn't like the feel of it and abandoned it sometime back.
I wiped it off then sketched for Scavenger Hunt 643 with a variety of pastels on the paper, UArt 400 grit, 9 x 12 inches.
I'm not sure what kind of hanging flower this is. The stems are sort of tube like and the flowers close up when the sun isn't around.
I was thinking of Enid Wood when I sat my sketch on the TV stand to look it over. That is Enid's painting above mine on the wall. I enjoy seeing it and always smile. We purchased it at an auction, I think for the Food Pantry. It is surely talked about someplace on this blog. Enid is a wonderful painter and teacher. Her website is full of beauty and learning opportunities. https://www.enidwood.com/