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post #21 of Old 04-24-2016, 07:28 PM
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I wish I could have done something a little more extensive, but I just have too much going on right now.

Yours is beautiful! and so you! "Stop being so modest" I think she once said to someone here!
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My Sunflowers

..as usual, click on the silly thing twice. Micron 0.05 and a yellow sharpie
The only thing it needs is some sort of background to give it some kick.

BTW, I was at an art show in PA on Saturday. There was a women drawing what looked like a portrait of a man sitting across from her. When I got around to see her work, I had to laugh and tell her it didn't look at all like the man sitting for her. She was drawing a mandala and made me think of you.
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Wowza! I love it, but then, I'm a sucker for a snow scene.

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Got mine started this morning. Only had 20 minutes so here's where I am. Acrylic on 11 x 14 canvas.
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100% watercolor, no ink this time

Here's mine, done I think, but I need to rephotograph in better light. That paper should look uniformly white.
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Beautiful. Your getting the hang of watercolor.
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Beautiful. Your getting the hang of watercolor.
Thanks. I'm not as scared of it as I used to be. It damned well still does what it wants, though. ;-)

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Hi all well it's done, not great but it's a lesson learned along the way.

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I assume this is watercolor?

Maybe in the future we can post the medium and paper/canvas size along with our art. Maybe nobody cares. If that's the case then I'll just do it for my own satisfaction.
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Mine filled an 11 x 14 piece of paper, 100% watercolor, as I stated in the heading. I guess you can't edit posts after a time. BTW, kpnuts,I have about three unframed pieces to every one that makes the cut, and I too learn from every picture. So that means 75% of the time, I learn from failure. :-)
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@bbbaldie such a pretty flower. Perfect for this state since they practically grow wild in early spring.

@kpnuts I think u could do more if u wanted, but it looks fine. Watercolors drive me crazy!!

@Susan Mulno, you are right. I am the first one to jump out and motivate or praise someone, while I'm huddled in my shelter.
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