New job from Sylveco. Many little animals run over my desk now.
This is another watercolor picture for Nicky. Roses are hard to draw; you do your best not to paint a chocolate box decoration and still make them look good as they deserve. Usually it doesn’t go too well. I’m not completely satisfied but this is a small step forward, when comparing with my previous rose picture.
Watercolor flowers for my friend Nicole.
Each next legend in Astrid’s set is more crazy then the previous one, I think. This one is about an underwater town, to be seen just once a year and for a short while.
Facebook art challenge, continued. “Cover”! I searched my photos and I could see I can paint one of two things: rural landscape covered with snow, or rural landscape covered with dry leaves. Everything’s rural about the place I live in. I have chosen leaves. it’s cold day, even without painting snow.
This time, a full-time picture. It’s based on the photo I took in my garden last year, and all this vegetation just spread itself. Poppies are winners in this category; seeds grow everywhere. I’m in control of less then 25% of my garden, I’m afraid.
We’ve got a castle in northern part of Poland made almost entirely of clay. Brick walls, ceramic tiles on roofs. I thought this would fit!
Day 5. Gift. Yes, there is a connection! Very simple one. I have just looked around searching for the last thing someone had given to me. And here it is: three bottles of Ecoline watercolor, primary colors: magenta, yellow, cyan. Actually I have bought them myself but this was when I got an art shop voucher from my great mother-in-law. I have painted my personalized color wheel with them.
Now the garden is full of them, but I have had to use a photo. The bird wouldn’t sit still for 20 minutes for me…