This week the AMAE forum staff will be hosting . Images are from the WetCanvas Image Library.
Please wait until all 10 images are uploaded before commenting - thank you.
You have 30 minutes to make your choice and choose your materials - you may use any medium.
For the next two hours, just go for it……then STOP!, scan or photograph your work and post it in your own new thread with your title, beginning with WDE, plus date, plus title.
When you introduce your work, please add a description of size, medium, support (paper, canvas etc) and time taken.
If your work is digital, we'd appreciate a description of whether it's freehand drawing/painting, manipulated image or done using the filters available in some programmes - you could also say which programme you've used.
All are acceptable but we'd like to know the "hows, whys and wherefores"!!
Use WIP for any work in progress at the 2 hour mark, and MI for multiple images if other works are to be added before the following Monday.
NB. To avoid forum flooding, please put all of your work during the weekend, for the current WDE, into a single thread: multiple threads will be merged!
From the following TUESDAY, you may open a new thread for later work.
You have the whole week to participate - until the next WDE starts (usually Friday). If you finish a piece after that time, please post in its own thread and try to give the date/host of that particular week - if you can!
After posting your contribution, please view others’ entries and comment and encourage when you can. Unless requested, please refrain from critiquing.
Bean Blossom Covered Bridge by anasazistudios larger
blackberries by StratoArt larger
cottages by burntsienna larger
Green Man by Yorky larger
Medieval festival-goer by sunychka larger
mermaid by lisilk larger
Okanagan Valley by ElleZee larger
raccoon by Steve Mac larger
snail by iyvonne larger
teacup and grapes by devymarie larger
raccoon by Steve Mac http://www.wetcanvas.com/RefLib/show...&size=big&cat=
Challenge (entirely optional): Do a close crop. It may even turn the image into an abstract.