Alex, Nealy, Claudia, Geri and Marsha thank you for three great comments.
Claudia, great job on his masters voice. Wonderful story and great painting.
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Fred I agree with Marsha. That is a real scary wave.
Jen your scetches are great. Looks like afun place to be. I love the Halloween painting especially the witches hair. Jinx is adorable.
Claudia, I just love this painting of your dog Skyping with your son ... The look on the dog's face, the background colors that are replicated on the laptop screen, your son's face, and the highlights on the laptop and the fur.
Fred, your global warming painting is spot on. I love the way you told this story of the melting ice shelf crumbling out from under its inhabitants, and the cabin could be a stand-in for one of the Antarctic science bases that are threatened by climate change.
Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
I was thinking of Fred and his far away places.... last night I was playing with my digital art and created my "Strange and Far Away Place" in my mind anyway..... it was fun.... lurking creatures everywhere..... beware....
Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
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Hi Claudia! Your finished painting of "his Master's Voice" turned out well. Hmmm.... I don't see your signature though... I like how you textured the background & tied it to the PC colors, like Alex said. Really nice work on the floorboards.
Comments and critiques are welcome.
Marsha ~ Your digital work of Strange & Faraway Places is very cool! (Tho I'm not very fond of alligators, LOL)
Fred ~ I like your newest Global Warming painting, especially the tidal wave. Very nice.
Hello Kim, Karen & Marsha ~ Thanks for your well wishes for upcoming quilt show. I'm cross-eyed tonight after 7 hours of piecing! Sorry I am entering a separate post for everyone I comment on, but it's the only way I can keep track. I think the virtual folder in the sky will forgive me!
Marsha very SCI-FI
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Nealey you know that you can post your quilt in chatter. After all it is art. HINT HINT
Sajina, welcome to our group. We would love to have you post your work.
Nealey, Geri is right! Please do post your quilt, as it would be fabric art. I love Chautauqua - you're lucky to be close by!
Marsha, everything in your digital faraway place is strange and slightly menacing. What is that black and silver striped object? Perhaps it is a boa onstrictor lurking in the grass ...
Thank you everybody for the wonderful comments on "His Masters voice".
I'm realy busy with back to school stuff and won't have to much time.
Like your digital art Marsha!
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I dunno... maybe a centipedish thang.... wid tousands of legs and tenticlesys with suckers on em...
But seriously, thanks for the compliments.....
I did a portrait awhile back before the hand accident... gave it to my adopted mom for her 90th birthday..... I forgot to take a decent picture of it except for this quick snap. so not so clear, quite a bit blurry on the photo.... anyway... just thought I would share. Watercolor, Arches 200 lb 12 x 16 I took a second picture when it was already behind glass which is cleaner but you can see all the reflections from the house. which is interesting, it looks like she is standing in my dining room..... funny....
Hi Marsha, this portrait of your adopted mother is lovely - what a beautiful woman. What medium is this done in? If it is WC, how did you create such beautiful skin? Inquiring minds want to know!
Alex. thank you,,, it IS watercolor, its a glazing technique mostly wet on wet.