My four favorites from #WorldWatercolorMonth are above. I was really happy with a third of the paintings, they are in the slide show. The same ratio as there were for Mingus. The days with the most views: 3, 4, 7, 13, 14, 15, 28. And some of those are in the slide show.
I am glad I decided to take part. I had fun. Thanks for following along!
I have thought about September and the 30 in 30 challenge. Debating if I want to commit to a theme or not. Thinking I could use it to paint some of the complex, layered Mingus ideas. Or to practice portraits, because I rarely do portraits. Or cacti, or sea shells, or? Well, I guess I will see what I am in the mood for when the time comes.
This is a busy week, so I painted ahead. (And then forgot to post.) Tomorrow I will post a short review of the month. I am curious to see if September will pass quickly, or if I will feel any struggle or slowing of time. 100 days passed quickly because I was distracted and busy. And this month whooshed by, because I was almost halfway through when the 100 days ended.
I am looking forward to the camaraderie of the 30 in 30. I did not make any new connections in either the #100Day Project, or the #WorldWatercolorMonth. I missed that, and the feeling of being part of a whole. I know that is more due to my situation, rather than any fault of these events.
Another reason I am so grateful for your encouragement and support!