Just had fun with this. Tried the plastic wrap technique, but I think I laid the paint on too thick. None of the first layer, green, shows through. I rubbed in indigo, turquoise and clay afterwards. I scratched into the wet white, and green is visible. Just not in the scan.
I am happy with this. Trying to decide if it is too plain. If I need some sort of pattern. And do you think I need to add the stem to the bloom on the left? In my mind that stem is curved, and sitting behind the other flower. Oh I know, shadow on the vase?
Here is the texture from the plastic wrap. Sort of like finger prints.
I tossed slips of paper, numbered 1 – 7 into a bowl. Day #4 was chosen, the 25th. And from day 25, the 7th comment was chosen. (Again, numbered slips of paper in a bowl.) I apologize for not thinking to take photos. Truth be told, painting a day ahead, and everything going on this month has me discombobulated. I did the drawings last-minute.
I am so grateful for your continued support and friendship. Leslie’s challenge is all about building the daily painting habit, having fun and experimentation. What brings me back year after year, is your friendship and fellowship. True blessings in my life!
So pleased to share my art with you daily, and with the weekly giveaway gifts.
Congratulations Carol Edan!
Let me know which of these you would like, and I will get it in the mail to you.
We started the day dark and wonderfully dreary.
Mingus stayed undercover.
Right outside my window, snowballs were at the ready.
By 2 pm, the sky had cleared.
Late in the afternoon I saw the changing colors, and took these photos.
All within 30 minutes or so. Mingus still has a hint of snow.