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OK troops... thanks for bearing with me...
We are finished... sign it, frame it, and hang it on the wall.... here is our finished painting.
Thank you all :D
07-01-2001, 11:30 PM
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No thankyou! You did a really good job with this one, well done.
07-02-2001, 12:21 AM
just wanted to post that I'd taken a stroll through the whole thing. That's fabulously educational to see, thanks. I'm going back to take another look and take some more time. Nice painting too!
07-02-2001, 03:48 AM
This is gorgeous, I love the rusty colours.http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/images/29-Jun-2001/flash.gif
Thank you for this demo. I stay away from watercolor because of a losing battle with it in the past, but this makes it look do-able!
I agree that you should make an article out of it. Get Rod or llis to help you if you need help. These posts are going to get separated from each other eventually, and it would be a shame for them to get "lost."
07-02-2001, 10:47 AM
yes! thanks for all the steps ... I love it when artists post progress pics. I tried my watercolor pencils last night, to dismal failure ... but I'll try again, using your menthod- I tried to do it all at once...
07-02-2001, 12:37 PM
Thanks so much for sharing all of that work! I learned so much, and I can hardly wait to go out and get some watercolor pencils. How long did it actually take to do all those steps? This wasn't all in one sitting was it?
I'm really excited by your beautiful work, and the great new ideas you have given us. Thanks, thanks, thanks!
gREAT, Awesome, cool.... I love it!!! Thanks for the step by step!! I've got to go crack open those water pencils!!! ( I have a set in the closet that belonged to my grandfather.) I like the results, i like the how to, in a word or to, I LIKE IT.
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Thank you every one.....
Isn't this place wonderful... I get such inspiration and motivation just by being on WC.. What a great bunch you all are.. I love you all :)
DupliKate.... Yes this was one sitting.... It took about 4 hours all up, and that was photographing all the steps and writing the notes.... I mentioned in my post I was impatient.. My greatest downfall as a wanna be artist :(
I didn't mention that this was 12 x 16 inch either.... Sorry bout that
07-03-2001, 12:28 PM
Great demonstration! I going to look thtrough the full demo several times... Thank you for sharing this with us... It is very useful!
07-03-2001, 09:15 PM
I have a site which I use as a journal... it records my day to day battle with being a full time dtp/designer, Mumma and 'wanna be artist' .... I'll paste my banner in here....
(random musings of a wanna be artist girl) (http://www.xanga.com/deevaa)
I can't tell you how many times people have told me to take 'wanna be' off my banner... that I AM an artist. I find it hard to believe and even harder to say. If someone asks me if a painting I am holding is 'one of mine' I usally blush and mumble.
Now YOU have just called yourself a wanna be artist.... and it is SO not true, you have just proved step by step that you are an artist, we ALL begged you to show us how you achived you painting, and we've ALL applauded your work.
No repeat after me.... I AM an artist....
and believe it.
(all said in the nicest possible way)
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