Thanks Thaneeya, I am a member of the art colony for a few years now. Just that post things up occassionally as busy in a full time job. Thanks for your warm welcome and making me feel at ease. I love the site.
Hi Thaneeya, I saw that you have turned over the Art Colony to someone new. You did a great job building the site. Thanks for giving me, and all those other artists a place to post and get feedback.
I googled your name and discovered that you have tons of exposure online. I hope you are doing well. I plan to order one of your adult coloring books for a friend who needs that type of therapy in her life. :)
I just saw your email now about changing your ownership to Jane. l know it is a very hard decision you have made. Am also happy for chosing Jane. She always respond to our post on Art colony and encourage us to do better. You have done well.
I can't thank you enough for accepting me into Art Colony too. I am always grateful too. Thank you.
We will always wish you well.
thank you so very much- It is wonderful to have such a site- I have one question however, I attend a life drawing group once a week when I can. when it says no nudes permitted, does it refer to Life Drawing work too-
I am so looking forward to taking part on the site!
Hi Thaneeya, thanks for the welcome. I hope I can find my way around in here pretty fast.
See MY artwork? At present I really haven't anything totally of my own as is stated in the rules here. SO far I have used patterns from artists I have met at conventions etc, both in rosemaling AND landscaping. I am going to another convention next month, the third in a row. We learn lots in these conventions but our projects are all from our teachers. We ARE allowed to give away or sell our work if we want. But as they have to be our own work totally in here this will have to wait a while till I gain more confidence. Meanwhile I will enjoy everyone else's work;)
Hi Thaneeya. Many thanks for your lovely comments on my Gordon Freeman. Wasn't sure about the background colour though. The hair was one of the easiest part of the painting. I went on Virtual Instructor and found how yo get the result I wanted. Using card or thick paper, mark out the areas where hair is required, and proceed with a sharpened end of an old brush to indent the individual hairs where required. It works like a rubbing when I go over the surface with my medium.
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