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helllo shweta, i think your picture is lovely. it's well-balanced and you have nice space there, to let in the light. beautiful flowing form, quite ethereal; my kind of art, yes, delicate, yet a strong piece; it shows confidence, patience, good use of restraint. that is something i need to have. a lot more restraint. well done shweta, and thank you for having the courage to share your art.
shweta rao said:
Monica Havasi said:
love it very much.
Sue O'Sullivan said:
My inspiration, as so often, is the sea so I think I shall just call it Waves.
I would appreciate any feedback.
it's fabulous. the sea, is it? it feels like the ocean very nice colours.
Here is mixed media drawing I call 5 shades of blue. It's made from India Ink pen and water color pencil. Why I made this was because on the 9th I closed my eyes and saw this image for a split second, and decided to put the idea on to paper. It's on a sheet of 8.5 x 11 multipurpose paper.
Comments and feedback welcome
This design is made from food coloring and pen.
I apply the colors first. The pattern of the colors becomes the guide/inspiration for the pen.
After the colors, but before the pen, the paper is cut into smaller pieces. I like working small scale. This one is ATC size (2 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches). I am not active in trading cards anymore (too heavily dominated by collage for me) but I still enjoy working with that size. I play around with other sizes too, but I mostly do small pieces.
Need to start working on my new project soon and trying to get ideas of using different types of texture in my abstracts. I have molding paste, gesso, sand, gravel, wire, string, various types of palette knives and brushes, any suggestions for techniques or effects?
Here is a small painting I finished around the holiday using molding paste and acrylic paint on gallery canvas.