The next installment of the “Curvy” Watercolor series.
For some reason, this one just did not want to be photographed this evening…
might have something to do with the fact that it wasn’t 100% dry yet
*shrug* What can I say? I’m impatient.
Anyway instead of fighting with it all night, I decided to use the not so stellar photo regardless.
So keep in mind that this photo does not do it justice but is good enough to give you the idea.
Here is #3 in the “Curvy” series.
I’m enjoying the series so far but I’m not sure if I’ll get another one finished tomorrow night or not.
I need to do up a couple more backgrounds and pick up more ink so we’ll see what happens.
But for tonight enjoy and Cheers.
Create ~ krē-āt
14th century Middle English, from Latin creatus, past participle of creare; akin to Latin crescere to grow te:
1: to bring into existence
2 a: to invest with a new form, office, or rank b: to produce or bring about by a course of action or behavior
3: cause, occasion
4 a: to produce through imaginative skill b: design
I’ve finished the last piece I had painted for the series, #7.
From here on I’m back to square one in terms of the creation process.
Interestingly enough 7 emphasizes creation,
so it’s only fitting that I pause here before going on.
I’ll update once I have more images to add. Til then, I leave you with #7 “Create with me.”
Continue reading “#7 of Life Simplified”
I just finished it.
#4 of the Life Simplified series is now complete.
I’m thinking I may extend this series.
Like my husband so kindly pointed out, there are 12 sheets and I’ve only used 4 of them.
That, and I’m really enjoying working on them.
I’m hoping to do up another set either today or this weekend.
I’ll post them of course when they’re sketched out.
Anyway, here’s #4 “Cherish Me.” Continue reading “#4 of Life Simplified”
Good Evening (or Good Morning to those of you on the other side of the globe)
Today’s piece is a digital painting of the Luna Moth.
Here’s a little info about the luna.
“Luna Moths are huge moths, with a wingspan of four and a half inches. They fly, only at night, in Spring and early Summer. The adult moth will wait until nightfall to fly off to find a mate. Adult Luna Moths don’t eat; in fact, they don’t even have a mouth. They only live for about a week, and their only purpose is to mate and die shortly afterwards. In some areas they are now considered endangered.”
Without further delay I present “La Luna”
Continue reading “La Luna”