Jen C & C's always welcome
JEN; LOLOLO ROLOL that is toooooo cute
Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
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Marsha your egg is fantastic! There is so much complicated detail in this and I like the way you've only used the color in the egg it's self. Very clever to portray it with a cracked piece out of it.
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Jen I love this! I think you've portrayed the power of the bird by using black and white and then using bolder designs. I think the addition of the eggs with color gives this drawing so much charactor. Very nice job.
Thanks Marsha and Alex
Marsha very imaginative approach great egg cup really nice egg it must take hours and hours
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Jen your kestral is gorgious again I have to say this must have taken hours hours etc , the branch just fades into the morning mist
Thanks to all of you for your good wishes regarding my health. It's so good to be home but the housework didn't go away while I was gone. Guess I have to tackle some of that today. Sigh.
Marsha, you are so creative. Your latest egg is so beautiful and with lovely colors. I agree that the spiraling egg holder would have been a challenge but you did it so well. Neat idea to have a broken egg with the piece on the tiled table top. I love this egg. Ain't we got fun? Some of you oldtimers will remember that song.
Jen, what do you mean that you don't have pretty Zentangle designs??? Look again at the beautiful kestrel you created. I don't know where to start about your super designs since there are so many. The first thing I noticed was how well you kept the definition of his face in spite of the intricate and varied patterns. I think that is great. Look at the gorgeous flowers on his neck and down his wing on our right. Look at the really nice vines running down that same wing. And the ruffled look at the base of his tail. That is so nice. This is a wonderful Zentangle. Don't you ever think about putting down the imaginative work by my good friend, Jen.
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Jen, I was joking when I said don't put down my friend's artwork. I come from a family of jokers with straight faces. But, of course, you couldn't see my face. I should have put a smiley face so that you would know I was joking. I wish we had the animated laughing face that we have at Wet Canvas. Anyhow, will have to do.
Aubrey figure final. 6x3 inch on 9x12 wc cp. watercolor and brush only. I'm not doing anymore to her but I do have some ideas for a background as there is plenty of breathing room on the paper. The head is ok in size in relation to the neck and shoulders and that was my focus. The challenge became the upper body and I was so focused on that I didn't pay attention to the length of her body when I painted her leg in. The nose is still not perfect but either. I might be able to do some magic and add some length to her leg area and tweek the area around her nose when I add the background It's not off too much and for a casual little watercolor it is still fine with me.
Seee! I'm looking at her up close via the screen and seeing areas in her face that need blended. Ok. maybe I'll tweek her face just a tiny bit more. The area around her mouth needs lightened a bit. When you put it under a microscope via 150% on the monitor you see all sorts of problems. So nobody do that until I fix her again ;)